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2023-05-12 14:17 by Karl Denninger
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You Cannot Criticize Twitter's New CEO
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So you think Musk is for free speech eh?

I posted the following about his new CEO in response to the NY Post (they asked "who is this chick?"):

@nypost A: A WEF lackey and jab-happy mastermind who in fact conned 2/3rds of this nation, on purpose, into taking said jabs under false pretense. She deserve the gallows but then again Musk has billions of reasons to not care about the PEOPLE in this country and, indeed, worldwide.

This drew me an INSTANT 12 hour suspension for "harassment."

It is, according to Twitter, harassment and "abusive behavior" to factually state that she is indeed a WEF lackey (she JUST spoke there) and that she in fact while at NBC Universal, as her last major project, did indeed work to advertise and promote the jabs -- which we now know were in fact based on the lie that you would not get Covid if you took them.

Let's be clear folks: It is considered "abusive" by Twitter to state two truths about a public figure and call for them to be punished as a direct consequence of the harms that occurred to others due to their own personal and willful actions which they took for the purpose of profit, whether professional, monetary, political or otherwise.

Specifically tens if not hundreds of thousands of people are dead here in America as a result of those actions -- both from Covid (they got it because you were told you were "safe" around them and could not give it to them yet you were not, and that was a deliberate falsehood on the promoter's partand due to the direct harms of said shots.  We can debate the magnitude of those harms but that they happened is not in question.  That is a matter of scientific fact and that the claims were false and at the origin of the jab program were made without scientific evidence is also a matter of scientific fact.

So the new rule is that I cannot call out "the protected" for their own personal actions and argue they deserve the death penalty for the death their deception caused?

That is now deemed "abusive."

Oh, and Musk?  He's lying in this tweet.


If he wasn't I wouldn't have been given 12 hours in Twitmo for the above instantly, literally fast enough that before I could go look for it I got hammered.  I have the receipts on that too as they sent it to my email.  It was my expectation of exactly this remained true even though Musk claimed Twitter was now for "free speech" that led me to refuse (repeatedly, and publicly) to pay the $8 monthly fee for a blue check; I was very confident Musk was lying and I was buying..... nothing and worse -- would be supporting a lie with my money.





And no, I can't "tweet" this.  You can, if you want to.

To Musk: You're a lying sack of shit and always have been.

To Tucker Carlson: If you so much as show your face on Twitter you're a lying sack of shit too.

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Stonedog 2k posts, incept 2008-05-29
2023-05-12 14:40:34

Funny thing is... earlier this week I was seriously considering joining Twitter after staying off of it since its inception based on recent developments.

Well that idea is out now with this.... person. To hell with Twitter. I've got better things to do with my time.

"I would characterize my professional disdain as more of a professional contempt for their [Central Banker, Banker and politician] economic and financial policies, priorities, presumptions and prescri
Querant 661 posts, incept 2021-09-19
2023-05-12 15:30:57


Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 15:31:01

Do realize that all of Elon Musk's businesses are based on government contracts (Space X) or on government subsidies, direct or indirect (Tesla). His business decisions will be based on this reality.

Its all in the mitochondria
Querant 661 posts, incept 2021-09-19
2023-05-12 15:31:06

Tucker Carlson: "We're back."

Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-12 15:31:12

Fucker Fraudson.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Shadowmask 5k posts, incept 2021-05-24
2023-05-12 15:35:07

Same as it ever was.

Some vunts are more equal than others, and the truth is only allowed when convenient.

The learning curve for being dead is steep, but everyone gets it down pat on the first go usually.--Thystra, March 28, 2023
Crossthread 13k posts, incept 2007-09-04
2023-05-12 16:02:27

twatted lets see how long. (Has this been going On)..

Everyone of us are ignorant, its just we specialize our ignorance on different subjects.

The only walls that will confine you are the ones that you build yourself
Raven 13k posts, incept 2017-06-27
2023-05-12 16:02:32

Remember that this company is owned by Musk...

He is an agent of the government.

This is our version of communism called "corporatism".

Has been going on since at least the mid-Twentieth Century as a routine and common part and acceptance of daily life.

Do you think that bad things which you allow to occur, especially while benefiting in some cases, become less of a hazard over time?

We tried to warn you.

You are here.

"This guy is fantastically annoying to listen to, but he has some interesting info..." -- Rangeisshot April 26, 2023
Tsherry 12k posts, incept 2008-12-09
2023-05-12 16:09:47

Never been on Twitter, never will.

I don't understand the point of it.

When everything appears to be going in one direction, take a long, hard look in the opposite direction.
Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 16:16:03

Tucker Carlson: "We're back."

Not for long.

Its all in the mitochondria
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-12 16:17:12

Tucker's "new show":

1. You may not criticize the jab.
2. You may not criticize those who advocated the jab.
3. You may not criticize those who say that we should all eat bugs.

4. You most-certainly cannot state that people who killed others through their misinformation campaigns must be held accountable for the death they caused.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 16:41:10

Also remember that Musk himself participated in WEF's "young leaders" program as well. There are about 4400 people who have some association with WEF or have been though their "young leader" program. The "young leader" program is essentially one of those executive MBA programs applied to social causes and policies.

Its all in the mitochondria
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-12 16:41:47


Oh by the way AI flagged that and killed my account. It happened before a human could have read it -- it literally never showed up on my timeline at all.

Musk obviously programmed his AI-Bot to protect his new hire.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.

Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 16:46:11

We all get to see if Tucker Carlson has character or if he is another Arnold Schwarzenegger by how long he lasts on Twitter. That's assuming he gets the gig in the first place (Musk claimed he never made the offer in the first place).

The way forward is the way I've been seeing it for the past 10 plus years. If a mainstream media person or "establishment" person says something, you automatically assume its BS. The story coming from the alternative right wing media may or may not be correct. But the one assumption that is guarantied to be true is that the mainstream story is wrong.

Its all in the mitochondria
Frieza 459 posts, incept 2019-03-09
2023-05-12 17:57:21

He bought it to turn it into "X, the everything app." Everything else was just showmanship and trolling.
Throughput 143 posts, incept 2021-09-21
2023-05-12 19:08:38

Musk must love Bud Light.
I know next to nothing about the new twitter CEO. But from seeing some of her tweets, and now reading KD's take, it's apparent this woman is not to be trusted.
Just what the people who were shadow-banned, censored and canceled want to see, right?
And yet Musk wants to restore trust and credibility to twitter? Sure, whatever you say, pot-head.
Decision time, Tucker. Gonna man up or be a pussy?
Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 19:08:49

The following thought has occurred to me. All of this social media foolery, as well as the silicon valley mania as a whole, has been running on "free" money for the past 15 years. Most of these outfits (Uber, Netflicks, etc.) have not made a profit and have no credible pathway to profitability. Musk's business empire is apparently built on quite a lot of leverage.

Now that we are returning to the reality of positive real rates, I think a lot of this stuff that has dominated the business scene will go away. It could not happen to a better people. I know they will try something to prevent the necessary correction. But I think they have run out of options and the necessary correction (which should have happened in 2001 and 2009) will actually happen this time around.

I think a lot of the things that piss us off will go away in the next few years.

Its all in the mitochondria
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-12 19:19:48

Someone tweet this Ticker at Musk's tweet here for me please:

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Throughput 143 posts, incept 2021-09-21
2023-05-12 19:50:05

In thinking about twitter a bit more, I think what Musk has done is the equivalent of what is called hot-shotting in pro wrestling.
When there were independent wrestling territories, I.E., LA, Dallas, Minnesota, etc., when business would get bad, the promoters would often would stage a wild brawl or some sort of dastardly deed to get people's attention so they would continue to buy tickets and tune in on TV. The idea being to prop up the business short-term while they build up their next angles or main event matches and to get business back to where they want it to be.
Musk has done this with twitter. He bought it, took some steps to right past wrongs, and has feigned sympathy for the aggrieved users. It worked. But now the hot-shotting is over, and it's time for what he's had in mind for twitter all along to be implemented.
Tickerguy 195k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-05-12 20:04:22

Hoh hoh hoh.....

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.
Afields 55 posts, incept 2010-04-12
2023-05-12 20:12:13

Posted as requested KD!
Lemonaid 17k posts, incept 2008-01-20
2023-05-12 20:12:59

The good thing about rebellions now is that authority figure's homes are instantly decimated on the internet.

This is happening in Pakistan where they are torching leaders houses.

"There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of

Sonoran_monk 3k posts, incept 2021-08-16
2023-05-12 21:00:50

Let's see...Tucker is off of Fox because he supposedly couldn't say everything he wanted to and now he moves to another platform where he won't be able to say everything he claims to want to cover.

This is the expected behavior of a very wealthy person who is just trying to get out the truth, right?

Seems legit.

You know, they're not just doing this for money...
Abelardlindsey 2k posts, incept 2021-03-26
2023-05-12 21:08:32

I've never had a Twitter account. I've never seen the point of it.

I gotta tell you though. I love Pamela Everett Goodman's tweet to the new CEO.

Although I never got the shots or even considered getting them, I share the rage that Pamela, and all of you, feel towards the promulgators of the covid-19 vaccines.

Its all in the mitochondria
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