Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg opposes isolationism in statement - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg issued a 5,700-word statement lamenting
the rise of isolationism and saying fake news creates polarization in
In the Building Global Community statement, Zuckerberg said Facebook was
launched in 2014 to support a more connected global community. [...] Zuckerberg urged for the world to become more accepting and connected to the idea of globalization. 'Progress now requires humanity coming together not just as cities or
nations, but also as a global community,' Zuckerberg wrote."
Comment: Social media is an amazing fulfillment of Bible prophecy, allowing people to instantly see and respond to global news events. For the first time in history, ordinary people can be alerted to breaking news on the other side of the world or across the street and instantly send their personal reaction to their friends, followers and the public. The concept of "going viral" is something prophecy commentators in the past could scarcely have imagined. It's clear now that major prophetic events will be witnessed by the whole world (Rev 11:9-12), not as passive spectators (as TV viewers in the past related to events), but as active participants, sharing in the events, commenting on them and joining in as a global community of people experiencing a personal connection to what they see.