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- Save the “Techno King”. People are disposable
- “Free speech absolutist” Musk “wanted to hit Kanye personally,” but the killing of politicians and children on his platform Allowing abuse
- Elon’s Bitcoin and CBDC Confusion: “Money is Already Digitized”
- Using Musk’s “Bull**** Meter” against Musk’s own actions
- Conclusion: something is very wrong
“Vox Populi, Vox Dei, man.”12 So says Elon Musk, the self-proclaimed chief tweeter from a private jet flying over the world, when he appeared on Twitter Spaces on Sunday, April 4 (JST). It’s a nice way to put it, but the voice of the mob should never be the voice of “God.” The reasons are myriad. Similarly, suffice it to say that failed cryptocurrency exchange CEO Sam Bankman-Fried activated his BS detector on Musk. His actions do not quite match his sounding words, and those who refuse to understand free speech will miss the ship of cryptography and financial freedom.
Save the “Techno King”. People are disposable
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and a self-proclaimed “free speech absolutist”,Dec. 4 in a Twitter space hosted by Mario Nawfal pointed out that, unlike times past, we are living in an era in which free speech is not being “repressed by default” with “kings and others” involved. Interestingly, through Musk’s newly acquired social media platforms, he has arbitrarily and single-handedly decided who can stay and what they can and cannot say, thus allowing him to become a “techno king.” This is interesting given that the self-proclaimed mask seems to do just that. As billionaire entrepreneur and cryptocurrency advocate Mark Cuban recently noted, Musk acts like a single “judge and jury.” Cuba he tweeted to Musk on Nov. 29:
What is freedom of speech on Twitter because you are the judge and the jury? I don’t know if there are. There is no transparency.
Certainly now Elon’s platform. he can do what he wants. In principle he is 100% in favor of doing so, ignoring the obvious problem that social media platforms are massive data aggregators with nationalspecial government portals. Management of “misinformation”. By the way, that very topic was brought up to Elon, who said: Clearly, it has a big brother vibe. Twitter complies with the law, but never goes beyond it.
Anyway, as a real libertarian absolutist (voluntarist), I must try this Federal Reserve Funded Musk. not. As “private” as his image is now, he is clearly in a position of state-influenced power that can wreak havoc on everyday individuals and free speech/crypto advocates. There is a nature. Musk has repeatedly said he wants Twitter to “clarify” past “information suppression” related to US electoral politics, but he still delivered a number of mixed messages.
“Free speech absolutist” Musk “wanted to hit Kanye personally,” but the killing of politicians and children on his platform Allowing abuse
Let’s be clear I’m not saying this is intentional here — ostensibly it could be the product of serious nationalist brainwashing or ignorance There is — but Musk is a literal child abuser (people who touch children inappropriately) and child murder approvers (dronesJoe Biden, Donald Trump, Barack・Signatories of senior military officials such as Obama on Twitter platforms, who seem to be welcomed with open arms.
And call these atrocities and tragic loss of life merely “collateral damage.” or “false love for children”, I’ll just laugh at you and call you an idiot because you are.Also bank wars and perverted politicians next come to your town When you do, I ask that you and your children be the first to volunteer as victims of such attacks and sexual misconduct, but I digress.
Musk said on Twitter: Along with allowing these eerie remarks, it arbitrarily refuses to reactivate the account of controversial talk show host Alex Jones (another suspect), according to Musk. For example, “there is no mercy to anyone who exploits the death of a child for profit, politics, or prestige.” It sparked a media uproar by questioning the official explanation of the Sandy Hook shooting, which may seem offensive to some, but the people who were allowed to stay on Twitter were the ones who committed it.
Musk, along with saying that the death of a child should not be exploited for profit, states that the Christian Scriptures quotes Jesus and makes his point emotional by telling a controversial story about the tragic death of his own child — Musk’s The story ex-wife says isn’t even trueRegardless of who’s right or wrong here, Musk ironically did all this under Sam Harris’ tweet. For those who don’t know, the noted atheist philosopher Harris had just taken the media hot seat to declare:
I wouldn’t have minded if Hunter Biden literally had children’s corpses in his basement.
Elon Musk seems to have no problem with this. In Space, he declared: “Hunter Biden looks kind of fun, to be honest.” It seems insensitive, but it takes a sober look under the microscope of reason to maintain reasonable clarity and not be fooled by manipulators. I love to hide behind such so-called taboos and “unmentionable” topics. sacred cow.
Regarding the reinstatement of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s account, Musk initially told “the public” that the council would decide on such activities, but a single The plan was scrapped instead of a twitter vote.
But “Vox Populi” calls for the return of Alex Jones and asks pressing questions about what constitutes a so-called “negative” or “hate” tweet.’ and nullified under his new rules — promptly ignored by the self-crowned tech tycoon.
Musk also recently banned hip-hop star Kanye West (who himself, for many reasons, seems to stir misguided chaos and muddy the waters). It seems to me like another pretended character designed for ). for sharing the controversial image, and for his comments about the Nazis and Hitler in an interview with Jones. Musk said in his Twitter space on Dec. 4 that Ye’s recent tweets were illegal “incitement to violence.” Here are some specific reasons:
Needless to say, “incitement to violence” does not mean words that make one want to use literal violence against the speaker. No matter how silly or insensitive the words, or in this case, the images. An incitement to violence is a statement such as “Let’s go get Joe tomorrow.” Dive deep into the actions of narcissists and megalomaniacsis beyond the scope of this article, but saving humanity, pretending to be a literal savior, and using words to He talks endlessly about what he thinks would cause bodily harm to Not usually a good sign. H. L. Menkenwrote the famous:
urge to save mankind is mostly just a false face to the urge to dominate it. What every Savior really wants is power, not the opportunity to serve.
Elon’s Bitcoin and CBDC Confusion: “Money is Already Digitized”
December 4 Twitter Space At , Ben and others also participate Whether Musk, who is Musk’s mother and has many norms with belligerent and moderate views, is concerned about the rapid emergence of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) around the world. asked. Live As with all the key questions on his stream, he defended his self-label of being “enthusiastic moderate” and refused to answer directly. Instead, Musk put forward some bizarre ideas that suggest a CBDC would be no different than the digital fiat currency we use today.
Retail CBDCs ignore the fact that they can function as programmable currencies issued directly by reckless governments and central banks, and equally disastrous policies, which make mechanisms such as taxation “Burn in” feature has been added. ,digital identities, negative interest rates and potential social credit systems extend to money itself. Avid fans are listening.
While openly acknowledging that tight control of the early monetary system in space “can starve people to death,” he nevertheless states: First of all, almost all money is already digitized,” Musk said, adding, “I think it’s somewhat irrelevant whether or not banks create their own cryptocurrencies. We use cryptocurrencies that we believe will create value with them, and we don’t use cryptocurrencies that don’t.”
Ignoring is unsettling for a supposed tech genius. So the latter involves the violent power of the state.The only individual in the Twitter space who seemed to even slightly disagree with Musk’s assumptions was Kim Dotcom, but overall, and even from Kim, the amount of rear-end licking going on throughout was pretty nauseating. I was allowed to.
It should not surprise us that Mr. Musk missed cryptocurrencies and money. After all, he’s missed the free speech boat, and these two concepts of his go hand in hand. The government has already cracked down on mere code, as evidenced by his recent US OFAC ban and sanctions on the Tornado Cash mixing platform.
It was this same ostensible tech whiz mask who did not understand Bitcoin’s climate and environmental impact was minimal, and even its benefits (especially in the statutory banking system). Energy consumption and the bombing of Davos and people around the world compared to the climate and environment in which private jets are constantly flying). Musk has instead opted to push climate panic and call for a carbon tax while canceling Bitcoin payments on Tesla. Again, either he’s acting and gaslighting you or he’s actually not very smart.
Using Musk’s “Bull**** Meter” against Musk’s own actions
Freedom activist whistleblowers Julian Assange and Edward Snowden Whatever you believe about the official narrative, Musk’s milquetoast stance was told by two people in a December 4th Twitter space hosted by Nawfal.
It is difficult to seeWikiLeaks footageexposing the killing of innocent people by US forces in Iraq, including journalists and children. At the very least, you would imagine a free speech absolutist like Musk to be 100 percent on the side of exposing such horrific crimes. But again, the self-proclaimed “fanatic moderate” bit his lip and answered. “There are national security matters that I think need to be kept secret,” Musk said. Regarding NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, he concluded, “Perhaps a public jury would be the best way to go.”
Pressing Kim Dotcom, who pointed out that the U.S. legal system would make such a jury impossible, because it would be a crime to publish information like Snowden did. When confronted, Musk gave up and quietly dealt with:
I don’t know. In short, there are no easy answers to the Snowden and Assange situation.
So much for people to say. In fact, “free speech absolutists” have a simple answer, but that’s not what Musk said. Adherence to strict nationalist laws seemed to be a consistent thread throughout Elon’s Spaces interviews. In other words, we do what we can as long as it doesn’t conflict with the legal system. And unless it hurts his feelings, as evidenced by his recent solo Twitter ban. I doubt the spoiled fan during a Spaces session was worried about his safety from power. Why is he worried when he has just openly stated that he will never disobey them?
When asked about the conversation he had in space with his CEO of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, Musk said:
No deep insight was needed. If someone calls you to talk about investing in a big deal, they should ask about the deal and speak at the speed of an auctioneer instead of talking about themselves. It didn’t take deep insight to understand that the Bull**** factor was high.
Dear readers, someone is a “free speech absolutist”, a cryptocurrency advocate, and a candidate for the savior of mankind from the out-of-control NPC leftists and big government/tycoons. If you introduce yourself as a person, I will submit it – technological repression, they are federally funded, they promote carbon taxes, they sign government contracts, they centralize content censorship WEF – Young Global Leader,Canadian Social Credit – Must Not Be – Leader– Advent,Neuralink Monkey Brain Injury, New World Order A technocratic social justice warrior in a jacket.
Free speech absolutists. all right. Cool story, bro.
Conclusion: something is very wrong
Looking around the world and looking back at history, Vox Populi is clearly not Vox Dei. And in the case of Hitler, the German Vox Potpourri loved him. If Elon was really as smart as they say, he would have lived by some of the many exact words he spoke. For example, when he points out that the state has a monopoly on violence. But for some reason, instead of speaking out against that same nation, instead of promoting a more spontaneous and free market/open source society, truly fostering free speech and crypto innovation and peace – Like voluntarism – Musk agrees to that. And pushing the same oppression further, but in a more deceptive way. Meet new bosses, worse than awakened bosses.
Musk said that by the end of his appearance on the Twitter space, account verification would likely be used more specifically to weed out bots, but that the process could No one knows exactly what it will entail in the end. This could mean that individuals who have a say on the platform and wish to maintain their privacy and anonymity may struggle to do so. “So commercial organizations have a gold checkmark, governments have a gray checkmark, and verified individuals have a blue checkmark,” Musk said. “There will be a strong policy against impersonation and deception,” he added.
Difficult because masks often speak compelling, generalized and clichéd truths to oppressed people desperate for escape from the waking technocratic nightmare that is happening now. Case. He perfectly integrates the elitist Hegelian dialectics to subdue and gaslight (whether intentionally or not) opponents on both sides of a bogus bipartisan political programme. , continue to deceive the “people”.
In other words, it’s all about a massive wrestling show, going on while an overarching and stringent agenda including CBDC, global surveillance and an imminent climate lockdown is steadily moving forward. ing. So what is perceived by the majority as gospel truth, “Vox Dei,” is almost always insane. If I’m considered crazy for taking this view, well, time will tell.
But on the hit “Hells Bells,” he quipped, in the words of AC/DC’s Brian Johnson, “If God is on the left, I’m on the [apolitical] right.” Stick to”.
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