It is beyond time social media is punished for their tyranny. It is probably evident that Elon Musk will lose his entire $44 billion investment in Twitter. He has already lost more than half of it. He continues to anger the very people that helped Twitter prosper. Now he is choking his core users with his greed and insanity.
I have two recent alerts concerning social media, Twitter and Facebook, to inform you about in this post. It’s a good day–maybe–for social media users. It ought to be the begging of the end of Big Tech Tyrants like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
I have never admired Mark Zuckerberg, but I have up until recently, admired Elon Musk. No more!
Elon Musk is unstable and making ignorant moves concerning Twitter while he maintains a savage skeleton crew that is sabotaging his company from the inside out.
Just a few hours ago, I received this message from WordPress. Maybe many of you have the same message, maybe not. But here is the new scoop with the unstable reality at Twitter soon-to-be-doomed has-been.
Hi Cliff, From April 30, 2023 you will no longer be able to share your WordPress.com posts automatically to Twitter using Jetpack Social. Twitter decided, on short notice, to dramatically change the terms and pricing of the Twitter API. We have attempted to work with Twitter in good faith to negotiate new terms, but we have not been able to reach an agreement. As a result, we will need to remove the functionality. You can still auto-share your posts to Tumblr, Facebook, and LinkedIn. And you are able to share your posts to Twitter manually by pasting the post link into the body of your tweet. In the near future, we are adding the ability to auto-share to Instagram and Mastodon and we are continuing to release new features in Jetpack Social. Thank you for your understanding with this situation. Please feel free to connect with support if you need any help. Thanks,The WordPress.com team
I am no fan of WordPress, you all know that from reading my past posts. But here I must point out the ignorance of Elon Musk and his ability and ignorance to totally destroy the Twitter platform. And, I actually hope it is utterly and totally destroyed and Elon Musk bankrupts and loses his billions. That is harsh, I know, but when you deal with bullies and Big Tech tyrants you can’t be soft. Being soft will only get you thrown threw the Silicon Valley and San Fransisco Gangsters shredders.
I want to see the Boring Company thrown out of the Vegas Valley. The underground tunnels are unsafe in my opinion due to the fact Las Vegas sits on one of the most dangerous earthquake fault lines in history and is at risk of being a potentially massive destructive force. Read up on it in the links below.
“Earthquakes occur in and around the valley. At least one local fault, Frenchman Mountain fault, is considered to be 100% tectonic.”
I want to see Elon Musk removed from SpaceX, too. As I said, I once admired Elon Musk, but now it is evident he is unstable and seriously so. We cannot trust an unstable man at the helm of advanced rocket and spacecraft technology that threatens our existence here on earth. We just cannot trust it. We cannot trust Elon Musk. Period!
Elon Musk must be removed and divested from investments or supervision in any of the companies he currently owns. And that, folks, will lead to his bankruptcy and erase him from Billionaire status and even millionaire status. And good, he has erased a lot of people from Twitter and other avenues, so payback karma will make many laugh.
He boasts about suspending over 40,000 Twitter users per month. That many? Then he needs to be sued like Facebook which you can read below. Elon Musk is clearly a fraud and a dangerous person. He is not the freedom loving, freedom exercising czar he claimed to be but the tyrant who strips people of their freedoms.
I’m tired of Big Tech Tyrants, aren’t you? I’m tired of their assassin systems run by secret police and hostile anonymity. We need to take back our lives and our freedoms and send the predators packing. Sticking together is one way we can achieve that.
Tonight I also give Goodreads the boot and strip one more asset from tyrant Jeff Bezos and the Amazon masters of destruction. People so intimately involved in minute details of even a simple review they have to show their communism and control over your very lives.
Now, that we have barked up enough storm bout Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, let’s hear about the latest with Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook or the so-called Meta.
Facebook users can now claim settlement money from the $725 million class action lawsuit Meta just agreed to settle. Anyone who had used Facebook in the past 16 years is entitled to a piece of the settlement money. But the user must act since it is not automatic and the shares will likely be so minute it may bot be worth bother. The lawyers, of course, will be the big winners.
Mark Zuckerberg is a billionaire. Even if he had to pay out of his own pocket, and he does not, he wouldn’t even blink at $725 million so don’t think this is a big deal because it is not. Take Zuckerberg’s entire holding and make it a big deal.
Read the details below and act.
A Message recently from Meta/Facebook
You may be entitled to payment from the settlement of a lawsuit.
The lawsuit claimed that Facebook shared people’s data with third parties and didn’t monitor how that data was accessed and shared.
We’re constantly strengthening our safeguards to protect your data, and deny any wrongdoing.
You can view the settlement details to learn more and understand your options.”
Now for some news about prisoners paying restitution to their victims. This is a start, but a long way from doing any good. My Four Pillars of Law and Justice or Crime reform has four parts, Boot Camp, Work Farm, Prison Detention (four different levels and security) and execution which would be done at a maximum of two years from time of crime or conviction and no later. But his is a new bulletin worth sharing, at least someone is thinking common sense. It is only a proposal so far, so we have a long way to go…
Twitter is currently backlogged for more than a week with massive complaints and appeals of suspension and a multitude of legal problems.
The total collapse of the microblogging platform may be closer than the engineers and former employees predicted.
Not only does Elon Musk have multiple problems at Twitter, but he is also getting backlash from multiple sources, including Texas, a state he moved his operations to after exiling California (until the acquisition of the San Francisco Twitter holdings).
The problems in Texas include Musk’s Boring Company wanting to dump waste into the Colorado River. That has a lot of people up in arms. Residents and officials of Bastrop, Texas wants Musk’s Boring Company to pipe the waste into the public system rather than in the Colorado River. Musk has plans of building futuristic cities in Texas. The heat coming from Bastrop, Texas and even the state, added to the problems up yonder there in San Francisco, could give any man a major headache. If you could only delegate headaches, huh?
THE MUD IS FLYING AT TWITTER
Twitter users are getting right down hostile and violent. Name calling and personal attacks are now the norm, even threats.
Many users are fleeing the site and seeking other avenues for social media, while Elon Musk says Twitter enrollment is growing. The growth may appear to be from new enrollment of hostile users with the only purpose to have a Twitter account is to wage personal attacks on their targets, people of opposite opinions be that about just about anything.
Viewing an extremely large number of accounts, one can find those trolling accounts being new. Having low following, low followers, often single digit, no profile photo and no further identification or information and all with anonymous or fake usernames. Trouble be their names.
14 million Twitter accounts were suspended in ten years, according to an online search. The same search says Twitter has lost more than 1 million users since Musk took over. That’s a lot of revenue dumped like sour milk. Are the remaining Twitter employees that did not get fired sabotaging Elon Musk by suspending his loyal fan base? If so, serious problems, legal, moral, and otherwise are on the horizon. Big Tech can be expensive even if everything goes right. When things go wrong it can drive millions, even billions in the ground. Think My Space and many others that were once on top and now gone. A billion dollar company can vanish overnight, including banks that will soon fold due to people making runs on banks. Twitter is just as vulnerable.
It is becoming such a wide scale problem the Federal government may need to step in which will spark a Twitter War with Musk.
Musk may need to recall some of those employees he fired and that and of itself would create a hostile work environment and leave Musk and Twitter vulnerable to inside sabotage.
As stated in the previous post, Warren Buffet seldom removed key employees or any employees from the companies he acquired, at least not on the onset, while Musk’s massive firing of key people almost immediately, including engineers, may have been the start of digging himself an early grave.
Note:I have been having major problems with what I believer are my browsers. For some reason I can’t leave a like for someone else’s posts. I fixed that, Firefox was blocking a bunch of popups and I guess the like buttons were popups? The Chrome browser will not let me follow and neither will Firefox. Some of you have a following coming since I generally follow back if I am aware of it. I have to shut everything down and try again, maybe another browser. But it could also be anti-virus or any other dang thing, so if you followed me, please be patient, I will try to get back to following you, as well. Thanks!
Twitter today under Musk’s complete control is as anti-free speech as Jack Dorsey’s was, perhaps even worse in many instances.
How could that be?
Elon Musk is too consumed with his own agenda of Tweeting that he ignores the urgent needs of the company’s for superior management.
He, like Dorsey, allows across the board user suspension. Suspensions that are in fact, unconstitutional, which we don’t have the time nor space to explain here.
Can it be corrected? Highly unlikely. We don’t have the politicians and lawmakers in place with enough talent or intelligence to repair the broken big tech tyranny.
Musk is as tyrannical as Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Mullenweg and many other rich tech company tyrants.
The Big Tech Tyrants are becoming exceedingly vicious as this nation succumbs to its lowest level citizen dissatisfaction in a century, and our nation is as close to a Homeland War as it ever has been since the first Civil War.
Free speech is reduced every day because of a handful of billionaires, many consider oligarchs.
Rather one is from the right of ideology or the left, or smack in the center, The Big Tech Tyrants restrict their freedom of speech and many other freedoms.
A handful of men have the power and will to take away your free speech and multiple other inalienable rights the US Constitution guarantees you.
The corrupt politicians in Washington, D.C. waved most of your absolute rights from your exclusive ability to litigate successfully in your defense!
Corrupt judges sitting on decaying benches, often taking bribes from high places, contribute to your denied rights and freedoms being stripped like the meat from a chicken bone.
Your Constitutional rights, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Inalienable rights and many rights under well establish Federal, state and local law have evaporated with the surface of The Big Tech Tyrants.
I did not and do not, ever, surrender my constitutional rights to a jury trial but to use a public or private service of business they force me by use, to surrender those inalienable rights. WE NEED AS A PEOPLE TO SHOW THESE TYRANTS WHAT INALIENABLE MEANS… THE POLITICIANS THAT SURRENDER OUR INALIENABLE RIGHTS, TOO.
Many Engineers that were laid off from Twitter claim the Big Tech company cannot survive and they predict it will collapse soon. They claim Musk stripped the company of its technical know-how and people that are needed to support a successful business.
Advertisers have been refusing to support Twitter and are on the decline. Musk’s silly blue check payment is as ridiculous as the Thai Cave diving ideas and experiences.
Twitter does not even have a basic, elementary editing option once the post or comment is published.
Will Twitter survive? I doubt it. I give it one year at best. Unlike Warren Buffet that usually keeps key people in place after acquiring a company, Musk seems to be the exact opposite. That could easily doom him.
Musk’s continued allowance of suspension of loyal users will be his downfall. He is likely to succumb to a has-been one-time billionaire who will never recover.
He mentioned once that he would delete the post or comment that may be objectionable, but not the user’s entire account. Deleting or hiding from public view rejected posts or comments is far less freedom invading that suspending someone’s account, much less permanently suspending.
Did anyone stand in the way of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, Matt Mullenweg or any other risk taker while they were building their dreams and bringing to the world new ideas and innovations? No, not one person or thing obstructed their path or journey to building what is now their empires of tyranny where they oppress other people. No one suspended their accounts because they disagreed with them. No one shut them down and prevented them from accomplishing what it was they wanted to accomplish. But The Big Tech Tyrants disrupt and suspend and shut downs tens of thousands of individuals and prevent them from achieving their goals. That is not right, and it needs to stop and stop now.
Troubles are coming to Elon Musk in not bushel loads, but truckloads.
A once admirable man becomes no more appealing than the bug-invested homeless vagrant that now takes up space surrounding us.
Elon Musk has more than a basketful of problems, and he is so foolishly likely to erode to a failure of Twitter we have never seen in the Big Tech industry.
That will provide a standing ovation for many and a sigh of disappointment for the rest of us.
No person, even a genius, can be hitting home runs all the time, but Musk is striking out too much lately and when he erodes his solid and loyal supporter base, he treads into a territory of complete and utter failure many will applaud.
We will be covering more Big Tech and the Big Tech Tyrants stories as a regular column on this site.
Coming posts include the story about how one man defeated Section 230 and successfully sued and won a lawsuit against Twitter and had his suspended account reinstated. Alex Berenson Twitter Lawsuit and why Section 230 of Title 47 should be repealed.
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