Hate ‘Community’ Exposed?
The Amazon “community” has become a church-like forum for hate-groups to congregate and fellowship, similar to traditional establishments of legitimate worship (although apparently not subject to IRS scrutiny). Ignoring their own Amazon.com guidelines for book reviews, their abhorrent anti-social behavior, and anti-religious hate-group affiliations become clear; yet they are not being held accountable to I.R.S., D.O.J., or any other form of U.S. legal regulation by government authorities.
Hateful Book Reviews?
Hate crimes occur on Amazon when an author has been targeted, in violation of Amazon’s own guidelines, “community” members are encouraged, and allowed to leave unregulated reviews (without purchasing or reading the books they pretend to review). Upon repeated requests for removal of non-compliant book reviews, a standard Amazon form is returned along with a “denial to remove” form letter.
I refer to one critical section in Amazon’s “General Review Creation Guidelines”:
“What’s not allowed
Amazon is pleased to provide this forum for you to share your opinions on products. While we appreciate your time and comments, we limit customer participation to one review per product and reserve the right to remove reviews that include any of the following:
• Obscene or distasteful content
• Profanity or spiteful remarks
• Promotion of illegal or immoral conduct”
Amazon allows this section of their guidelines to be violated and ignored by hate-group stalkers, excited over “community” members’ suspensions from other social platforms for violating other “user terms of service”. And their witch-hunts begin.
These hate groups tend to travel in packs like wild dogs, with intent to harm, screaming “1st amendment rights” on unrelated Amazon book reviews. Our 1st amendment rights are supposed to protect us from criminal reproach, and especially when malice or hatred (with intent to stalk, attack, or harm, physically, mentally, or emotionally) have been viciously employed!
When hate speech criminals are removed from popular social sites, due to repugnant and unwanted attacks, combined with an obvious lack of necessary social skills, they congregate in the Amazon.com “community”. Enjoying Amazon’s apparent lack-of-compliance with U.S. law, these hate groups become part of their cyber-bullying “community”, and have previously subjected Amazon to subsequent boycotts.
My faith-based books (as well as other authors) have been spammed on Amazon with hateful anti-Christian reviews, in retribution for popular-network suspensions of cyber-bullies for hateful, unlawful behaviors. This is verified by unrelated (albeit documented) book reviews left after a week-long torrent of Mother’s Day-targeted hate rituals (an annual cyber-celebration for the anti-believer).
It would seem their hate is spread from school grounds to businesses, with the U.S. government defending only one sector of hate-crime victims, as reported by CNS News “Bullying Has Ripple Effect on Health Care, Business, Law Enforcement, Says DOJ”! The U.K. also has enforceable laws against hate-speech and criminal bullying.
Amazon’s lack-of-action to remove hate-speech book reviews, becomes a refusal to abide by 1st amendment laws or Amazon’s own book-review guidelines as documented on my own Amazon book page; Cheri Majors, M.S. Further proof of hate-group congregating exists in the unrelated pornography attached to an Amazon-created book link under my name Cheri Majors in which they have deleted my Master’s degree. Unfortunately other authors of faith-inspired books such as Pat Robertson, respected pastor and producer of CBN TV, have also been targets of their vile hatred and morbid misery.
Recently Mr. Robertson’s book “The 10 Offenses” was pointed out to me, displaying unrelated, religious-hatred book reviews, by people who do not purchase or read these books either. I did not need to go any further to verify that Amazon has become a forum for the anti-faithful, a cyber-church for hate groups, and other social misfits, for the sole purpose of congregating and nursing shared hatred.
Above the Law?
Numerous requests to remove pornographic materials or profane hate-speech book reviews, by non-purchasing, antagonistic customers, from Amazon’s legal department have been futile. Amazon corporate headquarters has re-routed numerous phone requests, with blatant disregard for U.S. law, from a possible non-existent legal department, unable to take calls. Listed only as a FAX number (206)266-7010 Amazon Legal Department is supposed to be located at: 440 Terry Avenue North, Seattle, Washington, 98109, should federal agencies care to inquire, or enforce laws.
Surely federal and local agencies are unaware of violated hate-speech laws and Christian-bashing (with intent to stalk and harm) as they are allowed to congregate, and attack others, within the Amazon “community” hate-group and cyber-worship center.
A Happy Ending?
On a more positive note, during my vicious Mother’s Day, Atheist hate-group attacks, another more powerful, Christian book had slipped right under their radar! Pastor Carl Gallups’ new book “The Magic Man In The Sky: Effectively Defending The Christian Faith” had a successful Amazon launch in May (#1 in Science and Religion) as proclaimed in World Net Daily’s article “Answer to Christian-bashers shoots up Amazon”! Possibly these hate groups will choose to take a closer look at their beginnings, from a more scientific standpoint, relating it to their obvious misery, and then search out real joy!