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HAPPENING: ELON MUSK BUYS TWITTER
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Twitter to accept Elon Musk's Bid to acquire 100% Of the company and convert it to a private company after pressure from shareholders.
https://www.independent.co.uk/tech/twitter-elon-musk-buy-company-b2064819.html
https://twitter.com/SouthAsiaIndex/status/1518570530697142272?t=O6YwRUgjKvWf-TsskvQdAQ&s=19
The absolute madman did it. Trannies are seething.

What are the political implications of this? Also, post salt.
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The thing that pisses me off the most about this is that evil gets a shit ton of money from elon musk.
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>>342976
Musk also gets his money from evil.
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Hope the sales goes through, and that Elon stays true to his word of making Twitter more open to free speech (and shitposting).
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https://twitter.com/italomarsinho/status/1518635844734697473
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>>342976
Tesla makes it's money from carbon credits.
The same carbon credits that every faggot wants and gleefully pays.
How does the scam work?
X company pollutes.
The State says X company needs to pollute less, or pay into something that offsets it's pollution production.
X company shops around and finds that they can pay Tesla B dollars to make The State ignore them.
X company pays B dollars to Tesla.
Tesla uses that to produce "green energy storage", which it uses in it's "carbon neutral" vehicles and grid tied energy storage.
The State tells faggots that they can't have petroleum powered vehicles.
Instead of killing The State, faggots shop around and get a vehicle from Tesla for those sweet upvotes while showing their loyalty to The State.

Elon has managed to get faggots and the evil syndicates to pay him to exist as long as "going green" exists.
This is an evil I can get behind.

The biggest scam, which wasn't created by Elon, was to convince the world that current generation lithium batteries are green.
NiMH Priuses are unironically more "green" as long as they're driven till the wheels fall off, then rebuilt. An 80's I4 Japanese diesel is more green as long as the same is done to it.
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>>342979
I'm no Musk simp. I just like that this is making trannies seethe.
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>All of the trannies who've been telling right wingers to move to Parler are suddenly upset about lack of other options
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I've been suspicious of Musk (as I'm of anyone working within society) and I'm been on this rodeo enough to not care for some supposedly e-celeb /ourguy/ doing something for us. Did Trump's presidency bring about change? But I get that's not what anyone of us is saying either and I do like how fucking stupidly these people are reacting. He is obviously not gonna remove them or block them but just because others are not gonna get "moderated" it's no longer a home for them. Kek.
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>pic 3
Maybe the plan was unsatisfactory? Maybe the story is fictional.
>>343007
Elon would accept Torba's offer to fund Gab if while he and Twitter are in the news if he was serious about free speech.
I expect him to turn Twitter into a cuckservative haven where you are permitted to mock CRT and marxism, but talk of the jews behind it all gets you banned.
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>>343000
>Rothschild namedropping 8kun
Ebin
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>>343007
This. Nothing ever happens, all that's left is the honk.
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>For the first time in more than a month, Tucker Carlson tweeted.
>The Fox host posted a tweet saying “We’re back” on Monday night, marking his first post since his account was frozen March 22 for violating Twitter rules against the “targeted misgendering or deadnaming of transgender people.”
>The Carlson account posted the tweet hours after Twitter agreed to billionaire Elon Musk’s offer to buy the social-media titan for $44 billion.
>Mr. Carlson had refused to delete his previous tweet describing Biden administration official Rachel Levine as a man, which landed him in Twitter jail. Dr. Levine reportedly transitioned from male to female in 2011 at age 53.
>Other high-profile accounts suspended for the same offense include those of the Babylon Bee, Turning Point USA CEO Charlie Kirk, and Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance.
>They were told by Twitter that their accounts would be unfrozen if they deleted the offending tweets, which they had refused to do.

>It was unclear why the suspension on Mr. Carlson‘s account was lifted. Numerous conservative accounts had called for such suspensions to be lifted in the hours since the announcement that tycoon Elon Musk, a self-described free-speech champion, would purchase the company.

>Ms. Nance’s account was suspended Saturday for a tweet about Ivy League swimmer Lia Thomas, who last month became the first male-born swimmer to win an NCAA Division I women’s title.
>The Nance tweet said: “Another woman displaced by a man,” and quoted a headline from the Blaze that said: “Swimmer who tied Lia Thomas in 200-yard freestyle says officials cheated her on podium.”
>Ms. Nance said her tweet was “not ‘hateful conduct’ as Twitter claimed. It’s the truth!”
>“This is another example of big tech’s lack of respect for the First Amendment and targeting of conservatives,” Ms. Nance told The Washington Times. “Today was a huge win for free speech, and I hope Elon Musk will return free speech to the platform.”
https://archive.ph/OuFuE
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>>343024
Noice.
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I'S BE FREE!
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Here is basically my take on this:

According to the statistics I've seen, only around 20% of the US population actually uses Twitter, and 80% of the posts come from the top 10% of that 20%. That slice of the population is overwhelmingly left-leaning, educated, wealthy, and urban. As a news and information platform, Twitter is not that different from the legacy media it replaced, insofar as it is a mostly one-way conduit of information controlled by the progressive left.

Elon Musk's characterization of Twitter as the world's primary political discussion forum is therefore inaccurate; it's mostly a tiny circlejerk for lefty journalists, celebrities, politicians, PMCs, progressive wonks, trannies, and other mental defectives. The irony here is that in a sense the predictions these faggots are making in these screencaps are accurate: if all the mental defectives decide to leave Twitter in protest and the site can't attract a new userbase, it probably will collapse. Personally I don't think any of them will actually leave; most of these people are too addicted to the sound of their own voice to willingly give up their megaphone. We'll see what happens I guess.

Anyway, as I see it there are two big takeaways here. The first is that, for us, this isn't really that big of a deal. This is mostly just another "own the libs" kind of empty victory, where we get to have fun watching these idiots overreact to something, but it's unlikely that anything that matters is going to change as a result of this.

The second takeaway, however, is that there is literally no downside to this either. One of two things is likely to happen: either Elon Musk succeeds in transforming Twitter into an actually useful platform, and it becomes a legitimate public forum where ideas can be openly and seriously discussed. Alternatively, it collapses and goes the way of MySpace, in which case nothing of value has been lost.

So, all in all, I would say this news is a good excuse to crack open a tasty beverage and enjoy a nice hearty kek.
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AnCap icon Larken Rose on Elon Musk and Twitter
>Yes, Elon Musk buying Twitter has the potential to be a very good thing. No, it's not because Elon is our savior, or principled, or anything of the sort.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/zNrtCNm_kj0/
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>>343024
Seems to me like it's a good thing for lefties to self-select themselves off the platform. Reducing their own social media reach only damages their ability to spread propaganda, after all.
I am somewhat concerned if they have enough collective numbers to boost a competitor to a viable size and bury the "New Twitter" before it can really achieve anything. I suppose this is where we must count on the principle of normie apathy; that 95% of people don't give enough of a shit to change websites, making any attempt to sandbag the site pointless and ineffective.
I believe Elon will be faced with a number of tough challenges as he moves forward with reforming Twitter:
>employee disobedience
We can be sure that a high number of the employees of Twitter are true believers in The Message. These people would be completely poisonous to keep around, since their political stance would push them to sabotage the site and interrupt attempts to change it. But, you can't just walk into the company and immediately fire so many employees, since many of them are important individuals with system/ technical knowledge that can't afford to be lost. They'll need to be phased out gradually over the coming months, ideally with enough time to train replacements and document "tribal knowledge". A tough balance to achieve.
>competitor sites
We can be sure that the woke mob will attempt to self-segregate themselves from Twitter and create a competitor. The media of course, will boost these alternatives as much as possible. If they were to succeed in poaching all of Twitter's userbase, it would basically make the entire purchase a massive waste of money. Not sure how you necessarily fight this scenario, other than to just make sure people would rather stay on Twitter.
>advertiser pullout
I expect to see a number of woke companies pull out of Twitter in protest. I don't know much about how Twitter is monetized, how profitable it is. But Elon will need to make sure that the site can stay profitable in the face of any economic warfare that will be levied against it.

I've been thinking for a while about how we could have a self-sufficient ecosystem of right wing websites and platforms if only we had options for cloud hosting, and payment processing. Maybe the next step for New Twitter would be to expand into offering such services, making use of Twitter's cloud infrastructure to give other smaller sites an option for hosting and monetization outside the rest of the Big Tech monopoly. This would go a long way towards creating the self-sufficient ecosystem I described earlier, and I believe it's an untapped market with a dizzying amount of potential. There's a huge number of people throughout the west that have basically been shut out of the internet due to censorship and deplatforming. Millions of paying customers just waiting for someone to give them a home. That's what I think New Twitter should become. Go beyond Twitter and create a web of services that enable our side to exist.
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Gab wants Elon's satellites so ISPs cannot censor Gab, right?
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> I suppose this is where we must count on the principle of normie apathy; that 95% of people don't give enough of a shit to change websites, making any attempt to sandbag the site pointless and ineffective.
I don't see any reason why this principle wouldn't apply; this is basically the reason why Gab and all that never took off.
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MY TAKE
it'll be shit. Or worthless change at best.
the problem with twitter is it's shit userbase. it's filled with too many libshits controlling the conversation. adding """free speech*""" sounds good but Elon will most likely appease the lefty mob. therefore:
no ban appeals for racism
racism still bannable
racism still illegal
white people get 1 Nword pass(only 1)
porn still allowed

bringing normal people to twitter is more akin to a 2016 tumbler raid, but people only get banned later for racism. I don't think anything has fundamentally changed. just another window to make things worse.
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>Twitter Insider Leaks Audio Recording of Internal All-Hands Meeting Following Elon Musk Takeover (Project Veritas)
https://youtu.be/hM0Ms0M777U
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>pics not related (forgot they were there when I posted)
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The full leaked audio https://youtu.be/ja3cPPL3lks
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>Tucker Carlson Tonight 04/26/2022 Opening Monologue
https://www.bitchute.com/video/vcvmpfA5sE53/
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>EU Puts Elon Musk On Notice Over Free Speech Plans For Twitter
>The European Union has put Elon Musk on notice – warning that he faces hefty fines or even a ban if he allows free speech on Twitter.
>EU commissioner Thierry Breton told the Financial Times that Musk must follow rules on moderating illegal and harmful content online, since words have been elevated to ‘sticks & stones’ when it comes to the dangers of modern life.
>“We welcome everyone. We are open but on our conditions. At least we know what to tell him: Elon, there are rules. You are welcome but these are our rules. It’s not your rules which will apply here,” said Breton.
https://www.activistpost.com/2022/04/eu-puts-elon-musk-on-notice-over-free-speech-plans-for-twitter.html
https://twitter.com/ClintEhrlich/status/1519004976193826818
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>Gab Responds: Elon Buys Twitter, Now What?
>Many people have been asking me what I think about Elon Musk purchasing Twitter for $44 billion dollars. In this letter I’m going to tell you what this means for Gab and provide my analysis of the situation as someone who has been trailblazing free speech infrastructure on the internet for nearly six years.
>A moment where our enemies are saying “Gab is surely dead now” for the 1000th time in six years.
>If anyone is doomed by Elon Musk buying Twitter it’s Parler, Gettr, and Truth Social.
https://news.gab.com/2022/04/26/gab-responds-elon-buys-twitter-now-what/
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>How Much Is That Birdie In the window?
>Naturally the left is terrified by the takeover news. Musk is a loose cannon among the billionairiat class. He doesn’t go along with CRT or wokeism. Hillary is probably worried that a legion of deplorables will soon be back on Twitter to spread nasty memes and ‘disinformation’ about her. Obama and Hillary claim free speech is a threat to their democracy. Musk sees free speech as integral to democracy. All he has to do now is clean house, fire the current racist, anti-white CEO and return Twitter back to a neutral platform.
https://grrrgraphics.com/the-44-billion-dollar-bird/
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>For new people wondering why Mastodon is on thousands of servers instead of one:

>-It helps protect us all against Elon Musk scenarios. It's very difficult for anyone to buy a network made of thousands of independently owned servers. (It's the same reason why no one owns the world's email network, because there are so many independent providers out there.)

KEK mastodon (the website) is so pozzed. The software is decent at least. pone.social is a good website.
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>>343128
>https://mstdn.social/@feditips/108204601535666063
Those globohomo zombies never cease to amaze me.
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>The real purpose that Elon Musk acquired Twitter that I don't hear anyone else talking about - (9:50 long)
https://www.bitchute.com/video/nOV6njuu72ju/
Spoiler alert:
It is a monologue saying it out loud: after creating a bubble of sheeple, the next step is to open the gates for the opposition to make the final dossiers. Do not fall for the NWO honeypot.
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>>343139
Idk. Yes, but also no. I doubt this Elon Musk guy but I also think that the idea that we need to preserve our anonymity is kinda pointless. For all we know, Bitchute could also be a dossier of dissidents. The internet could very much be an aquarium. It's better to give the fight your all than to try to keep your opinions a secret.
Idk. Perhaps I'm wrong, but I can't help but to think that the fear of being public with our opinions keeps us from changing people's minds. I actually doubt that the police is gonna come and kill you and so on for being a dissident. The frog is being boiled slowly so it's not critical like that yet.

To be honest, I don't what is the right or wrong thing to do in this situation just wanted to add this perspective. Please tell me what you think, I'm curious.
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>Do not fall for the NWO honeypot.
Did you think Twitter was anything but a NWO honeypot before Musk bought it?
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>>343163
If you use Google, YouTube, Steam, Windows/MacOS, or pretty much any other modern computing service that connects to the internet, unless you are super-autistic about blocking cookies AND don't put any personal info of any sort on any account, there is enough information about you online that you could be found if someone wanted to find you badly enough. I've actually been taking some normie-level PI lessons in my free time just for giggles, and it's amazing how easy it is to find most people. There is literally no way to prevent information being collected on you other than to not use a computer at all, not have a bank account, not have a mailing address, and not have a job; in other words, have absolutely no public identity.

Skynet isn't anything super-sophisticated, it's basically just that pretty much all companies collect data of some kind, and they all share it with each other. Government scrapes this data regularly and keeps it in a large database along with the stuff that they themselves collect on people. Odds are, for the average person, that data will never actually be scrutinized by a living person; the point is that they have it if they need it. Thus, your basic point here is correct:

>I can't help but to think that the fear of being public with our opinions keeps us from changing people's minds. I actually doubt that the police is gonna come and kill you and so on for being a dissident. The frog is being boiled slowly so it's not critical like that yet.

The extreme paranoia exhibited by some people on the right is silly and unhealthy, for three reasons:

1. Odds are you're not an important enough target to actually merit the close scrutiny you're worried about
2. Completely hiding yourself and refusing to actively engage in the public debate just gives credibility to the enemy and prevents like-minded people from forming effective networks
3. If they want to find you badly enough they can find you, so it's a futile effort anyway.

The only way to 100% guarantee your own safety is to be a complacent goodthinker who does everything he is told and never complains or questions (and even then there is no actual guarantee of safety, because by taking this approach you are basically waiving your own right to exist). If you were that sort of person you wouldn't be here at all.
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>If you use Google, YouTube, Steam, Windows/MacOS,
Well, I don't touch any of those globohomo services from at least 2008.
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>>343169
>Odds are you're not an important enough target to actually merit the close scrutiny you're worried about
Sure, most are nobodies, however the point is not play the adversary's game.
Remember, there is a clique of government's employees that claim to be more rightful than the rest and the citizenry are not allowed to put them under surveillance, let alone to police them.
This is a very serious matter that cannot be dismissed or diminished.
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Right. But the overall point is that if nobody stands up to them the situation is never going to get any better. No worthwhile fight has ever been won by people who refuse to assume any level of personal risk. If our side is so cucked and pathetic that people are afraid to shitpost memes on Twitter because they think the Feds are building a dossier of their shitposts then we probably deserve whatever happens to us.
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>>343178
What is the safest way to spread redpills on twitter without getting arrested?
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>>343179
Investigate your local laws and spread whatever redpills don't violate them? I honestly have no idea how to even answer that.
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>>343179
One doesnt simply 'spread a/the redpill' arbitrarily, or along a 'well established method'. You have to INVENT the method and means, because all the 'conventional' methods/means have bee observed/compromised.
If you want it done right, DIY
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>>343169
>I've actually been taking some normie-level PI lessons in my free time
Would you mind sharing where/how you got those lessons? I'm interested.
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>>343170
Alright, but do any of your immediate relatives, the business you work at, or your neighbors use those services? Data isn't collected just by what you do, but everyone around you as well. It's not that hard to trace people through their friends/relatives.
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An anternative to twatter:
https://nitter.unixfox.eu/about
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it's official, the EU wants to abolish free speech.
Macron also wants a law that restricts and cancel anonymity on the internet.
I never thought I'd say this that I'm going to use Twitter as a mean of free expression, that says a lot about the world we live in now.
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>>343163
>I actually doubt that the police is gonna come and kill you and so on for being a dissident
The fact is that they already do and have done this for a long time, if you are dangerous enough. Just look at GLR, Francis Parker Yockey, Malcolm X, Bill Cooper, Dr. William Luther Pierce (I believe his death was unnatural), John McAfee, and various journalists. There is good reason to suspect that, with Twitter's censorship essentially defeated, the U.S., UK and EU will engage in more coercive measures to keep this regime together and will go after more people.

However, I also agree with >>343169. There's an above-average chance of me dying from unnatural causes because I'm a political dissident, but that shouldn't stop me from working towards a better future. Don't be afraid of death.
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>Dr. William Luther Pierce (I believe his death was unnatural)
Same, he was heart attack gunned, for sure.
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https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1520790249957429248
https://twitter.com/HillaryClinton/status/1517247388716613634
https://twitter.com/HillaryClinton/status/1518641128920256514
https://twitter.com/waitbutwhy/status/1519851044666183681
https://twitter.com/waitbutwhy/status/1519851045907681280
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>>343431
By the way, the GOP is silent and absent.
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>>343432
They will quietly "reach across the isle" and support the Democrats when they come out with a bill to "regulate" social media (AKA criminalize free speech in the name of combatting their twisted definition of misinformation). I'm sure they'll sell it to their voters as fighting Big Tech, even though the regulation will just further entrench the existing major players as the only companies capable of running a social media platform, because the laws will make it impossible to do so without an army of lawyers.
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>>343441
This.
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>>343179
Kill the person who arrests you, convince others to also do so, and wait for the opposition to run out of police. it's unfortunately the only actual way and why most people allow themselves to be enslaved.
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>Elon Musk: Twitter Deal “Temporarily on Hold”
>Questions over true percentage of user accounts that are spam bots.
https://summit.news/2022/05/13/elon-musk-twitter-deal-temporarily-on-hold/
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