The end of Twitter is upon us friends!
Last year Milo Yiannopoulos and I spoke about my Twitter banning after I threatened to do some journalism against BlackLivesMatter founder Deray McKesson.
A few days before he was permanently suspended I told him that it was only a matter of time before he, too, would be suspended.
Well, well, well.
Chuck is right again.
And Twitter is collapsing.
This is the 4th consecutive quarter where $TWTR reports and drops double-digits the next day.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) July 27, 2016
The John dollar diversity dilemma hypothesis strikes again!
I discussed some of this censorship with Stefan Molyneux.
And later with Paul Joseph Watson of Info Wars.
And with Canada’s Globe and Mail.
Life after getting banned from Twitter: "Maybe it’s not always good to say what you think in the moment" https://t.co/58cRe3V6FN
— Melissa Stasiuk (@Melissa_Stasiuk) July 22, 2016
We’ve go on at length about why Twitter is a fraud on this website.
The business model is flawed because you can’t monetize an open protocol with advertising.
Twitter wasn’t built for new kinds of celebrity; it was built to maintain celebrity or power structures already present.
What do you do about people though who start to become more powerful than the network itself?
Only one group can win. Place your bets. I have.
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