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Twitter Has A New CEO, LOL

I am laughing because only someone truly naive would think that a new CEO at Twitter would make anything better.  It clearly hasn’t.  The new CEO is some totalitarian monster from India who has absolutely no respect or regard for the First Amendment.  One would think that rather important, given that Twitter is an American company headquartered in the US.  But nooooo, it’s a major corporation run and staffed by globalist twats that hate America.

Twitter’s New Rule Lets It Selectively Ban Memes, Mockery Of Democrats

Twitter announced a new set of rules on Tuesday that effectively bans the dissemination of memes and the mockery of public figures. The changes come one day after Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey resigned to usher in a new era under free-speech foe and new CEO Parag Agrawal, who, while he served as Twitter’s chief technology officer, expressed disregard for the First Amendment.

 

Oh, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.  Now citizen journalism from the likes of James O’Keefe and Andy Ngo is now verboten on Twitter thanks to its asinine new rules, conveniently announced right alongside the jackass who is now its CEO.  The fact that an awful lot of CEOs are now Indian people – such as Google, Microsoft, etc – is troublesome to me only because the likelihood of these people having nothing but contempt for our culture and values is really, really high.  This new Twitter CEO is an excellent example of what I’m talking about:

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal: ‘Why Should I Distinguish Between White People and Racists?’

Incoming Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who will shortly replace Jack Dorsey as head of the far-left social media company, uncritically repeated a quote in 2010 suggesting that there should be no need to “distinguish between white people and racists.”

Twitter’s New CEO In 2020: Company Not ‘Bound By First Amendment,’ Must Think ‘How Times Have Changed’

Twitter’s new CEO Parag Agrawal outlined his vision of the tech giant in a 2020 interview that may give a glimpse into what Twitter users can expect from the company under Agrawal’s direction. In November 2020, MIT Technology Review published an interview between then-Tech Review Editor-in-Chief Gideon Lichfield and then-Twitter CTO Agrawal.

Of course, not all immigrants/foreigners are horrible people like this guy – in fact, some of the most patriotic people in the US are immigrants – usually people from communist countries.  But somehow the absolute worst, anti-American people end up running the biggest and most influential corporations in this country, and here we are, the latest one being Twitter.

And of course, companies like Twitter and Facebook take their marching orders from Democrats in power, removing whatever the Dems deem “misinformation” – oh, and can’t forget that the likes of Google are more than happy to censor the people of other countries, such as China and Germany.

I just wish more people would walk away from Twitter.  I hate that site and I hate how much influence and control it has over our society, and I place Facebook and Instagram in that same place (I hate, hate, HATE that “Meta” owns the Oculus brand).  These companies now want to decide who gets to be heard and who does not.  The little creep even says as much.  Thank God for Gab and Brighteon Social and other parallel systems as described by Andrew Torba over at Gab:

 

The Power Of The Powerless

I recently finished reading what I believe to be the most important political essay of our time. It’s called The Power of the Powerless and it was written by Václav Havel, a political dissident in the Communist Czechoslovak Socialist Republic who went on to become the President of Czechoslovakia after the fall of the Communist Regime.

 

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