Losers who will do the Ratschild Terrorist Bidding for shekels are a dime a dozen, so are Tech Companies.
The Ratschilds print the worlds fake fiat currency.
They can print all they want, start all the censorship “public platforms” Tech companies they want.
When one bankrupts itself pushing the Rat Terrorist propaganda, while covering the Ratschilds World Wide Crimes, they always have one or two more “Opposition” Tech platforms to move in the place of the dying one.
The Rats print the fake cash, they know it is really worthless.
Losing 47 BILLION FIAT NOT REAL PRINTED OUT OF THIN AIR NOT BACKED BY ANYTHING OF INTRENSIC VALUE FAKE MONEY MEANS NOTHING.
Not Like the Rats are going to have to get a job to eat.
The Rats use and throw away Rat’s minions like these two hand puppet figure heads of the Rat’s Tech Companies.
The Ole Dog!
By Automatic Earth
January 16, 2021 “Information Clearing House” – And just like that,Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg belatedly found they had fallen on their own swords, as these were already sticking out of their backs. Let’s see it as poetic justice. They thought they had the power- after all, they’re just private companies!- to restrict Donald Trump’s access to their organizations, and then ban him altogether, only to find that they themselves will now be restricted and perhaps even banned as a result.
They figured since most of the world doesn’t like Trump, it would applaud the moves as much as the US Democratic party does. But most of the world doesn’t. What it sees, what its leaders see, is a threat to everyone else’s freedom of speech, not just Trump’s. Those countries and their leaders have been suspicious of the might of US tech companies for longer, and they will now look elsewhere for social media functionality. It’s no accident that Facebook alone lost some $47 billion in market cap since the Trump ban.
This does not come from Trump supporters. Angela Merkel, not a Trump fun at all, summarizes the worries: “Her spokesman said Monday the German leader found it “problematic” that corporate managers could deny someone access under rules not defined by law.” That’s it right there, the heart of the matter: “law”. Twitter and Facebook act as judge, jury and henchman, and that is not legal, not even for private companies.
Don’t let an Algorithm choose what you read!
Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Facebook of all places (love the irony): “Algorithms or the owners of corporate giants should not decide which views are right and which are not.” “There can be no consent to censorship.” Poland is drafting legislation which would make it illegal for social media companies to remove posts that did not break Polish law. “Removing lawful content would directly violate the law, and this will have to be respected by the platforms that operate in Poland.”
While Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) said: “Yes, social media should not be used to incite violence and all that, but this cannot be used as a pretext to suspend freedom of expression.” “How can a company act as if it was all powerful, omnipotent, as a sort of Spanish Inquisition on what is expressed?” AMLO is actively seeking a coalation of countries in the world to counter social media’s recent policies.
It’s quite something that Dorsey and Zuckerberg were/are blind to this. That they were apparently thinking in “American terms” only when banning Trump, and given political sentiments thought they could get away with it, but did not see the broader international implications. Their shareholders will not appreciate that blind spot. The US is not their only market.