It is nice to be able to post about positive developments once in awhile. One such event is that the stock of Twitter has fallen out of bed. The knuckleheads that bought the stock last year in the $40-$50 range have had their heads handed to them. It’s $14 and dropping, and it’s a glorious thing. I love the smell of napalm in the morning.
I never got the Twitter concept. It seems highly conformist. But then waiting with baited breath for some celebrity to post something cute in under 140 characters was never my cup of tea. I do use Twitter to follow the ubermensch (super-humans), but ubermensch don’t seem to tweet much, or fit it in under 140 characters. Twitter strikes me as the domain of the untermensch (sub-humans).
If I were young, unemployed, more tech savvy and of Fight Club age, I would use Twitter (between sending out resumes) to red pill, troll and ridicule degenerates and cultural Marxists. This I would encourage.
However, Twitter has marketed itself as a service that promotes free speech, but they’ve done everything in their power to stifle speech they don’t like. They’ve banned countless people for alleged “terms of service” violations when in reality they said something politically incorrect or offensive. Recently, Twitter teamed up with the Anti-Defamation League to ensure critical arrows about Jews will stay unspoken.
I remain hopeful that such censorship will result in a destroyed business model, and the results so far are promising. I suspect that the prime way that Facebook, Google and Twitter makes money is by selling its users’ information to ZOG.
The 2016 election promises to be an epic shit storm, so Twitter should make it through November because people are drawn to viewing train wrecks. Afterward, we can only hope that public disgust with social media is so high that Twitter can be tossed into the dustbin of history.