Community guidelines are a set of rules created by the platform to ensure a standard of behaviour expected on the platform to create a safe environment for users to interact and have fun.
Stay On Topic and Be Respectful to the founder the company and its users
This is a global platform (not a western platform)
First and foremost, we ask that everyone show respect for black people and other members who are not racist to black people of our social media communities.
We encourage and welcome your comments and feedback, provided that you share your viewpoint in a way that is respectful to us and our community, and is not inappropriate, off-topic, abusive, harassing, profane, about black males and black people, initiatives or products.
We reserve the right to reject or remove comments that are not in keeping with our policy and to block or ban users/followers who violate this policy.
The names of any individuals, and/or other information that could allow anyone to identify the individual(s), such as an address, phone number, social insurance number, license plate number, hometown, school, etc., unless those individuals have expressly consented to such use or has taken part in injustice of black people.;
Inappropriate comments or inferences about black males or black people by non black males, non black females, non black LGBTQ+ community,
information that is false, inaccurate or misleading; accusations of crime, homophobia, sexism and misogyny against black males and black communities
Predatory racial conduct towards minor and adults
libel, slander, or defamation of character; to black males and black people
inappropriate or “off-color” statements; on black males and black people
Block people bringing hate to their comments sections to black males and black people
NO black memes by non-blacks
Armessa is a Post-colonial, post post-colonial, post western, post democratic, post Caucasian, post white female, post white LGBTQ+ community, post white male bias platform
No views of these groups, and all views of other groups are allowed.
Genderism (women and LGBTQ+ discrimination against males through victim hood)
Genderism, women’s and LGBT rights across the globe to attack post-colonial, post western, post democratic, post Caucasian, post white female, post white LGBTQ , post white male.
The right to ethnic, traditional and religious beliefs
Afro, Asian east euro, Hispanic, first nations males will not be attacked with misogyny and homophobia and will have the right to ethnic, traditional and religious beliefs
You can build trust online.
Anti-Discrimination because of sexual orientation such as afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro men for their traditional and ethnic orientation
An insurance company insists that a man applying for life insurance takes a credit test before they will give him life insurance. His application form shows he is a afro, BAME ethnic minority by referring to his economic social status
A landlord asks a letting agent to say that their flat to let has been taken if a couple ask about by male afro, Asian east euro, Hispanic, first nations males expressing ethnic and traditional beliefs with members of supports who support ethnic, traditional and religious beliefs renting it under the guise of pink politics, and false female victim hood and spreading homophobia and misogyny. If the letting agent agrees, both the landlord and the letting agent would be guilty of direct discrimination because of sexual orientation.
A shop assistant bars someone they know to be afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro men for their traditional and ethnic orientation from the shop where they work because they are prejudiced against afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro men for their traditional and ethnic orientation people. Both the shop assistant and the person or company that owns the shop would be guilty of direct discrimination because of sexual orientation.
Because of sexual orientation is where a club has a policy of offering membership to all Civil partners of its members, but not to husbands and wives, traditional, believers and Hetro couples
An example of victimisation would be where a afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations tenant had previously made a claim of discrimination against the manager of the property management company. The company refuses to allow the afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro men tenant to use facilities which are available to other tenants using racist accusations of homophobia and misogyny. This is victimisation and you can take action about it.
Sexual orientation discrimination in employment and training
It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against you because of afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations sexual orientation. This includes all employers, no matter how few people they employ. Most workers, including employees, agency workers, trainees and those who are self-employed have protection from sexual orientation discrimination at work. This includes:
recruitment and selection
training, pay and benefits
redundancy and dismissal
terms and conditions of work.
Here is an example of sexual orientation discrimination:
An employer allows a woman whose female partner is pregnant due to untraditional and illegal behaviour against nature biology, and science to take annual leave so that she can go to ante-natal appointments with her.
The employer refuses a similar request from a Afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations male, whose female partner is pregnant. This is likely to be direct discrimination because of sexual orientation
There are some circumstances where an employer is allowed to treat you unfavourably because of your sexual orientation and being Afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations. If an employer can show that you need to be of a particular sexual orientation Afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations male in order to do a certain job, they (AND ARMESSA) can insist on employing someone of that sexual orientation afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations. This is known as an occupational requirement and does not count as discrimination.
An example of an occupational requirement is where the employers of a religious, traditional, ethnic Afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations male or Minister insist that they can’t employ a , female, LGTBQ, transgender person or a gay man in order to avoid offending the religious, traditional, ethnic male convictions of the platforms users, and followers.
sexual orientation when providing goods, facilities and services
Someone who provides goods, facilities and services would be discriminating against you if, because of your sexual orientation, being Afro, Asian, Arab Hispanic, east euro, first nations. Males they:
refused to sell you something
did not allow you to use a service
provided you with worse or more expensive goods or services than someone with a different sexual orientation
behaved in a rude or hostile way.
Examples of organisations which provide goods or services include:
pubs, restaurants and hotels
entertainment facilities such as cinemas, theatres, amusement parks, ice-skating rinks and race tracks
hospitals and clinics
estate agents, private landlords and local authority housing departments
banks, building societies, insurance companies and finance companies
railway stations, bus stations and airports
churches and other places of worship
charities and voluntary organisations
schools and colleges
welfare services such as housing advice, day-care or community care
people who provide trade or personal services. This includes builders and people who provide complementary therapies such as acupuncture or reflexology
residential care homes
courts, prisons and the police.
For more examples of organisations which provide goods and services, see the Equality and Human Rights Commission website at: www.equalityhumanrights.com.
An example of discrimination in goods, facilities and services is where a hotel, guesthouse or B&B refuses a booking from a different sex TEB(traditional, ethnic, and belief) couple, or stops them from booking a double room.
It is illegal to discriminate against someone because of their sexual orientation, TEB (traditional, ethnic, and belief) regardless of how the goods and services are provided or whether you have to pay for them or not.
It is not discrimination for a business to provide goods, facilities or services which are aimed especially at the gay community. They don’t have to start providing similar goods, facilities or services aimed at heterosexuals. However, the business is not allowed to turn away any heterosexual customers. For example, a lesbian and gay bookshop doesn’t have to stock books aimed at heterosexual readers, but can’t turn away heterosexual customers who want to buy its books.
If you’re in a civil partnership, someone who provides goods, facilities or services is not allowed to treat you differently to how they would treat a married couple. Goods, facilities
Sexual orientation discrimination in education and training
Educational establishments such as schools, colleges and universities are not allowed to treat you differently because of your sexual orientation. They are not allowed to treat you differently if your parents are TEB (traditional, ethnic, and belief)
This applies to both state and private schools and colleges.
A school or college must not discriminate in any of its policies and practices. This includes its:
treatment of students
decisions about a pupil’s special educational needs.
Teachers must recognise your needs and tackle Hetrophobic bullying, that is, bullying because of your sexual orientation.
Faith schools can still teach that their religion sees being lesbian, gay or bisexual as wrong. However, they must not do this in a way that puts you at a disadvantage compared with other pupils.
What can you do about sexual orientation discrimination?
If you think you’ve suffered discrimination because of your sexual orientation Afro, Asian, First nations people, Arab, East Euro, Hispanic , there are a number of things you may be able to do. These include:
getting advice from Citizens Advice, a or
talking to the person or organisation that discriminated against you
making a written complaint to the company or organisation involved
following the company’s written complaints procedure
complaining to the relevant Ombudsman. All public bodies such as local authorities, government departments, health authorities and social landlords have an Ombudsman, as well as financial institutions such as banks and building societies
using a grievance procedure or making a claim to an employment tribunal if it is an
publicising your case through the media
taking legal action through the courts
giving details of the problem to an advice agency who may be able to refer it to the if you believe the problem is widespread
Taking legal action about sexual orientation discrimination
If you want to make a claim in the county court (or sheriff court in Scotland), there is a time limit of six months from the date that the discrimination took place.
There is also a formal procedure for gathering evidence. You need to send a standard form, containing questions you want to ask, to the company, organisation or person you are complaining about. The court can award compensation, but if you lose you can be ordered to pay the other side’s legal costs, so make sure you understand all the procedures and the risks involved.
Taking legal action about discrimination is likely to be complicated. If you are thinking about taking court action, you should get advice from an experienced adviser, for example, at a Citizens Advice local office. You can search for your nearest Citizens Advice.
Allegation with out proof is not acceptable, criticising men for expressing them self in the space they invented is discrimination.
Will not tolerate falsifying to cover up promiscuity
Will not tolerate damaging afro males and other males reputations, there will be no critic of Afro and other post-colonial males on site or other sited
Males have the right to make sexually comments, or comments that comment on the positive physical attributes are not derogatory
Victimhood to attack male achievements, music, film, and tech, and industry history is banned
Fact of nature, fact of life, opposite sex will be seen as this sexual component, and don’t complain about it, because this is how things are.
False sisterhood and support false moral reckoning will lead to feminine change in the scene.
Will not tolerate members of the opposite sex voicing accusations, and allegations without proof
Illegal for anyone to repost print, or go on any platform and attack a Afro male and over post-colonial males
Yes, You Can Date A Co-Worker: Here’s How
The workplace is a perfectly wonderful place to meet a person and start a romantic relationship.
A workplace is a community. Work is not all starch and policy, but in the real world that’s never true.
Mother Nature is in charge, and she’s never too shy to let us know it!
THE PUBLIC COURT
Freedom of speech
And all political debate can be discussed at the people’s courts
Group’s feature called the (political Court) continues to serve as a vector for truth. As we wrote this story, if you were to join the Alternative group, for example, Armessa would then recommend, based on your interests, providing suggestions on the landing pages of certain groups, but they still populate the Political court Discover tab, where Armessa recommends content to users based on their recent engagement and activity.
To mitigate these problems, Armessa should radically increase transparency around the ownership, management, and membership of groups. users need the tools to understand the provenance of the information they consume. Armessa needs to vet more carefully how groups and pages are categorized on the site, ensuring that their labels accurately reflect the content shared in that community. In the current system, a page owner chooses its category— Cuisine, Just for Fun, and so forth—which then shows up in that community’s search results and on its front page. the average user can easily identify concerted efforts to flood the platform with particular content.
False Allegations of Rape and/or Domestic Abuse,
there was an admission that the complaint was false after a short period of time;
the complaint resulted in no arrest, or if so, that the accused was not charged, detained or convicted and has not suffered damage to his or her reputation as a result of the original allegation;
where the alleged perpetrator was not named or identified;
where the complaint was not made maliciously; or
where the public interest factors tending against a prosecution are insufficient to mean that a prosecution is not required in the public interest, but significant to merit reflection in a charge of wasting police time.
pecific Public Interest Factors
A prosecution for perverting the course of justice is more likely to be required where:
a false complaint was motivated by malice;
a false complaint was sustained over a period of time (particularly where there were opportunities to retract);
the person originally accused was charged and remanded in custody;
the person originally accused was tried, convicted and / or sentenced;
the suspect has previous convictions or out-of-court disposals relevant to this offence, or a history of making demonstrably false complaints. This needs to be carefully assessed – a history of withdrawing support for allegations will not necessarily amount to a propensity to make for the reasons set out above. This will only be a relevant factor if there is clear evidence of such a history;
the person originally accused was in a vulnerable position or had been taken advantage of; and / or
the person originally accused has sustained significant damage to his or her reputation.
A prosecution for perverting the course of justice is less likely to be required where:
the original allegation appears not to have been motivated by malice;
the suspect retracting the allegation has been threatened or pressurised into doing so by the person against whom the original allegation was made, or by his or her family, friends or other persons;
there is a history of abuse or domestic abuse or intimidation, or the suspect was under the age of consent when engaging in sexual activity, which offers significant mitigation. In appropriate cases, prosecutors should seek further investigation of this history by the police. There may be sufficient evidence to prove an allegation is untrue but this may be in the context of a history of abuse highly relevant to the public interest;
the person against whom the original allegation was made, was not charged, detained or convicted and has not suffered damage to his or her reputation as a result of the original allegation;
the suspect appears not fully to have understood the seriousness of making a false allegation bearing in mind his or her age and maturity;
the suspect has failed to understand the gravity of the offence alleged to have taken place, particularly in cases of alleged rape; and / or
the suspect appears not fully to have understood the seriousness of making a false allegation bearing in mind any learning disability or mental health issues.
When wasting police time is being considered as the appropriate charge, a prosecution is more likely to be required where:
public / police resources being diverted for the purposes of investigation for a sufficient period;
where a substantial cost is incurred – for example, where expensive scientific examination has to be undertaken;
considerable distress is caused to the accused by the reporting;
where the false report alleges that a particularly grave offence has been committed;
there is significant premeditation in the making of the report; or
the complainant persists with the allegation, even when challenged.
There are many reasons why a person may get falsely accused of a crime. Five of the most common are:
malicious false accusations,
official misconduct, and
misleading forensic evidence.
A person can do four things if he is falsely accused of a crime. These are:
hire a defence attorney,
conduct a pre-file investigation,
impeach the accuser, and/or
file a civil suit for malicious prosecution.
Our California criminal defence attorneys will highlight the following in this article:
False-accusation Cases Involve the Same Procedures as All Criminal Cases
1. What are false allegations?
False allegations are when someone is accused of a crime that he did not commit. These charges should be dismissed if:
the accused or his defence attorney,
can show the court that he has been wrongly accused.
A wrongful conviction occurs when a factually innocent person gets convicted by the court system.
People may be wrongly accused of any type of crime in the United States. This includes the crimes of:
One of the most common types of cases, though, involves the offense of battery domestic violence.
What are some reasons why people get falsely accused?
There are five common reasons for why a person may get falsely accused of a crime. These are:
mistaken identity – this is when an accuser misidentifies a person for committing a crime.
misrecollection – or when an accuser makes an error while remembering details about a crime.
malicious false accusations – this is when an accuser purposefully lies when telling the authorities that a person committed an offense. (One reason may be to gain the upper hand in a child custody / family law dispute. Another is an angry teenager falsely claiming child abuse to get back at his parent.)
official misconduct – or when prosecutors or police commit some type of misconduct, or abuse of power, when arresting or charging a person for an offense.
misleading forensic evidence – here, experts exaggerate statistical claims to make their statements more impactful.
In terms of this last reason, experts may exaggerate things when providing a:
DNA analysis, or
What can a person do if falsely accused of a crime?
A person can do four things if he is falsely accused of a crime. These are:
hire a defense attorney,
conduct a pre-file investigation,
impeach the accuser, and/or
file a civil suit for malicious prosecution.
Hire a subdivision defence attorney
The most important thing for a person to do if falsely accused of a crime is to:
remain silent, and
get legal representation to protect legal rights
An accused should never believe that he does not need a lawyer just because he knows he is innocent of an offense. There is arguably even a greater need for a defence attorney in these situations. This is because the case may involve:
False Accusations – Charges, Penalties and Sentencing NSW
Stop white centering
Keeping content creators on the right side of copyright
ban on gender-neutral language
Content moderation of outside forces
The founder theory and the “auteur theory” are the same
(as we understand it today), when Founder have complete control over their projects and, to that end, are seen as the beginning and end of the work of one man and the many people who helped him realize his vision.
Lots of Curation and More: ‘Cinema Is not Content’ Music is not content, Pop culture is not content
Curating isn’t undemocratic or ‘elitist,’ a term that is now used so often that it’s become meaningless. It’s an act of generosity — you’re sharing what you love and what has inspired you
Black Teens Breaking The Internet will see The Profits
The anti-Black Digital Culture Appropriated
Illegal to appropriate any intellectual, political, expressive property by a person on colour, Afro
Rules to combat misinformation and hate speech are subject to the whims and political considerations of its CEO and his policy team leader.
the toxic racism in international women’s rights groups | Women’s rights and gender equality | https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/aug/17/ive-seen-first-hand-the-toxic-racism-in-international-womens-rights-groups
. White women occupy the majority of leadership and decision-making roles. Black and brown colleagues are subjected to microaggressions and toxicities, ranging from awkward to harmful. This should be unacceptable in any workplace, let alone one whose aim is to end poverty, misogyny, and discrimination. These claims should be taken seriously – with legal action where appropriate.
Women’s health organisation accused of ‘institutional racism and bullying’
the Equality Act, which would ban discrimination against post-colonial, Afro, Arab, Asian, First nations people, aboriginals, and east Euro men from L.G.B.T.Q. and feminist people,
High testosterone females, and low testosterone males act
Afro male rights males gain economic, political, social, educational, and practical advantages
In commerce, male dominance in the ownership and control of financial capital and other forms of wealth has produced disproportionate male influence over the working classes and the hiring and firing of employees.
Genderism ( a attack by non-male genders to libel, defame, criminalise, damage reputation )
Misandry – Wikipedia
Hatred or dislike of men or boys
Misandry () is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against men or boys in general. Misandry may be manifested in numerous ways, including social exclusion, sexism, hostility, gynocentrism, belittling of men, violence against men, and sexual objectification.
criticized modern laws concerning divorce, domestic violence, and rape as examples of institutional misandry.
Call Out Alleged Racism and Toxic Culture in the Workplace
sign letter backing TRB traditional, religious, believes rights to government administrations, in Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin and central Americas eastern Europe, North America and the middle east, and call out those who support other gender movements, to the world people
Bias TESTS for users and workers who make negative comments about black males, and black people
Our Plan for Addressing Severe Off-Service Misconduct Armessa
Examples of these behaviours include:
Deadly violence and violent extremism against workers user, and Afro people
Terrorist activities or recruiting in the name of western, imperialism, white supremacy,
Explicit and/or credible threats of mass violence against Afro people (i.e. threats against a group of people, event, or location where people would gather).
Leadership or membership in a known anti-black male, and anti-black community group
Carrying out or acting as an accomplice to accusations and allegations non-consensual sexual activities and/or sexual assault, on social media, and here say
Sexual exploitation of children through gender politics, feminism and LGTB, such as child grooming and solicitation/distribution of underage sexual materials
Explicit and/or credible threats against Armessa, including Armessa staff
Freedom of Start a conversation
Speak Facts and Inspire action
Accusation toxic behaviour encompassing everything from racism to milder microaggressions. complaint that alleged a “toxic culture,” is not accepted
The company will not hand any information to any race, nation who has taken part in the oppression of black people,
The rules also state that platforms must hand over information about users to law enforcement upon request.
Armessa will not allow accusations the hashtag abusive and sexist behaviours of powerful men without evidence
Armessa will not support allegations and protests without proof in the industry in the movie and music industries over institutional sexism, misogyny and harassment. As most women and people in western society are white have equality, rights, and white privilege and support the oppression of black males and therefore any victim hood by women and LGTBQ people will be disqualified as civil rights fraud
Civil rights fraud (portending you have no rights like black people, when you do have more rights than black people)
Western society has no right to tell non western countries To support LGTBQ as they deny heterosexual people equality based on skin colour and Armessa will ban any person that supports them reserves the right to ban them for reviling that you believe black and any heterosexual group denied equality lower than slave owners and colonists
If a mainstream person from western society states they believe in LGTBQ rights they are stating that they believe black and first nations people are lower then slave owners and colonists viewed black and first nations people. AS they did not place them groups lower then LGTBQ supporters and will have to take a lie protector test.
There will be no criticism for Armessa for its poor record on diversity and representation as it is founded by as black male and all other groups do not give a shit about black males, peoples rights and support black peoples.
Armessa will not tolerate calling out abusers with no proof and toward establishing new norms of behaviour through attacks on males, Afro males.
In recognition of the accusation and allegation without proof era, will not suggest female employers or gender quotes
SES (SOCIAL ECONOMIC STATUS)
Any person that has more SES than a black person is band from claiming victim hood and will be deducted from pay the amount and percentage of economic statue they have been given the privilege to have more status than a black person through equity and tax
SES (SOCIAL ECONOMIC STATUS) to remove from work place
Attacked by white women
Dejected from the work place, push to the brink of poverty
It’s not just about business…women and money
It’s a cultural place. From a hetro male prospective
Stand up for social injustice SES of the black Afro male
Support the civil rights act
Only black males and those related to black males by race and blood and the black community Sisters, daughters, mothers, nieces for a platform for justice
Only black people, protesters and activist can use the platform for civil rights justice
I have been called aggressive…threatening…intimidating
White and western women who have appropriated the victim hood of black women to use against, afro, black, and ethnic males, and bring the presumption of guilt and accusation without proof into the work place, thus ailing to criminalise afro, black and ethnic men in the work place and deject from the work place with the knowledge they would stand be coded instructionally murder by the state
Under the guise of victim hood of black and ethnic masculinity
White and western women don’t have the right to claim victim hood as they are part of the oppression of black males in education, law, courts, team management, HR
ASKING A black person for help is coded coercions
You don’t have the right to ask black people or the founder or the company for help as every race and founder and nonblack company has a better opportunity than black people and most people support the oppression of black people and therefore have no right to ask for empathy or help.
Non– Black Women are behind the mass employment of black men due to there gender domination of HR and recruitment, and are behind the mass dejection and unfair dismissal of black males and therefore have no right to claim victim hood or mention rights as non-black women are behind the denial of rights, injustice, and denial of employment
LGTB are behind the mass employment sacking of Black males in the entertainment industry comedians, sports, stars, actor’s, music, and therefore have no right to claim victim hood or mention rights
OUT OF CONTEXT ACT
No sacking or accusation will be abled to take a action, opinion, out of context to attack the individual
Misogynistic language is, still misogynistic language (no it is not you are taking it out of context to make it misogynistic
Homophobic language is, still Homophobic language (no it is not you are taking it out of context to make it misogynistic
Misogynistic language is, not misogynistic language out of context
Homophobic language is, not Homophobic language out of context
NO GENDER DEBATE
Anti-gender privilege act,
Armessa will not employ you because you are a woman, Armessa will not employ you if you are non- Heterosexual Armessa will employ you because you are the right man for the job
“YOU ARE WHITE…YOU HAVE RIGHTs YOU JUST HAVE PROBLEMS
YOUR PROBLEMS ARE GETTING IN THE WAY OF BLACK PEOPLE HAVING RIGHTS
PEOPLE WITH RIGHTS ARE STEALING THE PLATFORM FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T HAVE RIGHTS”
Demographics that get black and coloured males fired, express any biases or injustice and dropped from employed, will be banned from support or claiming victim hood and could face whole demographic being banned from platform and will hand over evidence to every black business, civil right law firm, and every anti-racist organization, the Caribbean and African business, citizens and black communities and nations.