A dark day.
Yesterday, while the world’s leaders gathered in France under grey skies to honor World War I’s fallen heroes, a sleeper cell of easily triggered social justice warriors was activated in BeachGrit‘s Instagram account and delivered a staggering rout.
At issue was a photo taken from the cult classic film Surf Nazis Must Die. The girl wore a swastika on her cheek and declared that she needed a vacation.
Fury raged in the comments with follower after follower declaring they would unfollow while shaming BeachGrit for being thoughtless, rude and terrible and then, like that, Instagram swung in and vanished the post like it never existed, leaving only a cryptic message in its place.
We removed your post because it doesn’t follow our Community Guidelines on violence or threat of violence. If you violate our guidelines again, your account may be restricted or disabled.
We want to keep Instagram a safe place for everyone, and we created these guidelines to support and protect our diverse community on Instagram.
- We remove photos or videos of extreme graphic violence.
- we remove oats that encourage violence or attacks on anyone based on their religious, ethnic or sexual background.
- We remove specific threats of physical harm, theft, vandalism or financial harm.
BeachGrit‘s ravaged force will attempt to regroup but morale is extremely low as are supplies.