There's definitely a risk involved given the sheer size of Facebook - It's not really up to a Government to delegate its tasks of surveillance or monitoring of individuals and their opinions to private corporations - But equally, there's a degree of social responsibility when you have 2 billion users.
Most of the stuff on your list I have little sympathy for anyway. Distributing child pornography, preparing for acts of terrorism, inciting violence, Hate speech, etc. There's some grey stuff there too (especially where "insulting the head of state" goes) but from the looks of things a lot of stuff is at risk of being snipped due to EU human rights laws.
EU may be a nebulous entity with many levels of bureaucracy but the European Court of Human Rights generally has much more agreeable verdicts than our high court in the UK to be honest.