Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had written a 6,500-word post on Facebook. He shared his thoughts and ideas about globalization. Mark Zuckerberg showed an example of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Here’s What Mark Zuckerberg Said About Narendra Modi In A Facebook Post
Few week ago, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had written a 6,500-word post on Facebook. He shared his thoughts and ideas about globalization and had talked about how the whole world is forming a global community.
Well, it is true that with the help of Facebook, the world has come together. Facebook is active and used by almost everyone today. So, by looking at all these facts, Mark Zuckerberg talked about how we can utilize this “Global Community” to make the better world for ourselves.
While validating this point, he showed an example of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He wrote, “In India, Prime Minister Modi has asked his ministers to share their meetings and information on Facebook so they can hear direct feedback from citizens.”
Well, it was not the first time Mark Zuckerberg highlighted the importance of Facebook. He always asks people to make the best use of the social media. Mark Zuckerberg wrote, “Just as TV became the primary medium for civic communication in the 1960s, social media is becoming this in the 21st century.”
“Our society will reflect our collective values only if we engage in the civic process and participate in self-governance.”
Well, Mark Zuckerberg haven’t only mentioned India in his post, he boasted about the systems in Kenya too. He said that “In Kenya, whole villages are in WhatsApp groups together, including their representatives.”
Mark Zucker also cited an example of web campaigns on Facebook. He says that people who are building web campaigns are succeeding over those who aren’t “in recent campaigns around the world — from India and Indonesia across Europe to the United States — we’ve seen the candidate with the largest and most engaged following on Facebook usually wins.”
You can read out the full post here. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.