Elon Musk thread

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Didn't know about this turn of his.

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That's very good. It still seldom happens that Satan's minions are called out right in the open - even in the truth sphere. It takes some time to get through it - once I was a fervent pro Israel person too, like many in the alt-right populist space, where the allround sentiment is against Islam and Muslim immigrants. Once I realized the Jews were actually behind bringing them in and 99% of other evil in the world, in combination by realizing the story of God in relation to Satan and the role of the Jews in it, all made sense. As E. Michael Jones argued in his book the Jewish revolutionary spirit, one has to go back to the foot of the cross to understand the 2000 years of history that followed - and the situation of modernity we live in now.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
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I don't laugh at these people anymore, nor feel like mocking them, or even anger or hate. They're severely wounded people - like we all are to a degree and in different areas, but those who have fallen hook, line and sinker for the agendas of today are in an endless freefall. They will do everything to keep falling, and not having to turn around. Prayer and compassion are the only answer, beside hoping that they can hit rock bottom as soon as possible, which will set up an opening for them to make a u-turn and change the direction of their life around.
 

Max Roscoe

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Elon Musk just suddenly and without any warning broke the application programming interface (API) for twitter, causing EVERYONE using the dozens of twitter apps other than the official Twitter app to immediately stop working.

There are companies with software engineers and customer service departments whose job it is to work on apps like this, and Twitter just immediately "fired" them all.

Twitter's own app is bloated, slow, and lacks many features that the other apps offer. Most of the heavy users of twitter are believed to use these apps, particularly those that post frequently (one feature is scheduling tweets to be submitted at a future time/date). I don't think Twitter will recover from this. When someone fires up twitter, finds out it doesn't work, and there is no fix coming, not even a warning message saying "Hey you must download the official app from twitter.com now", they will just leave the platform.

Some people are saying this is about advertising revenue, but there is a way to insert ads into the public API which twitter chose not to implement, instead going for this sudden intentional breaking of the service.

Tweetbot is just one of DOZENS of these apps and this one tweet has 2 million views:



I'd say twitter is done for. Many are reporting they are moving to mastodon which is more decentralized.

Tweetbot was the app I used, mainly because it was the least bloated, and worked well for someone who only checked it once a month or so, as it saved your place in time from the last tweet you read. They are openly pushing people to go to Mastodon (with their app Ivory).

 

Akaky Akakievitch

Kingfisher
Orthodox
Any vague claims that may have existed about Musk being a closet Christian can be swept away now, after recently censoring not only an Orthodox news outlet but St John Chrysostom himself (among other Saints), one of the most revered and well-loved saints of all time, teaching on the dangers of homosexuality, expressing the correct view that it is "worse than murder":


If you don't want to get booted from Elon Musk's "free speech" platform, don't bother quoting anything Christian Saints have said about homosexuality.

In an article entitled Homosexuality Is Worse than Murder, we quoted St. John Chrysostom's opinion that it is worse than murder, as well as quotes from St. Maximus the Greek and St. Justinian the Great, and got kicked to the curb for it.

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That isn't our tweet, we can't show you ours, because Twitter deleted it.

Twitter's censor polizei probably didn't bother reading the article, and didn't realize that that headline is a direct quote from St. John Chrysostom, one of Christendom's greatest church fathers, revered by literally hundreds of millions of people. But people at Twitter wouldn't know that, because they seem to actively hate Christianity. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that Musk lived with a pagan witch and is in to transhumanism.

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Meanwhile, the same post did great on the gab platform. This is one of a thousand examples showing that gab is a champion of free speech, while Twitter most certainly is not.

If you have a Twitter account, please tweet this article at Elon, because we can't tweet anything for the next 12 hours. Also, if you have a GAB account, post it there and also send it directly to Andrew Torba, the founder and CEO. Let's have a big conversation about whether discussing saint's opinions about homosexuality is hate speech or not.

In the Orthodox Church, and also among Catholics, St. John Chrysostom is one of the best known and most well respected heroes of the Christian Faith. He preached verse-by-verse through almost the entire New Testament, which has also made him beloved by many Protestants. He lived more than 1600 years ago, during the 4th century after the birth of Christ.

He preached hundreds of phenomenal messages, many of which we still have with us today. Though his name was simply "John", his teaching was so highly esteemed that people started calling him "Chrysostom", which is Greek for "Golden Mouth".

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What did Twitter give us in response to the article? It certainly wasn't free speech. They blocked our access to our account for 12 hours, deleted the tweet, and sent us a little love note, informing us that we had violated their rules against "hateful conduct".

Follow us on our Telegram and Gab channels because it looks like we're going to have a rocky relationship with Twitter, because we have no intention of stopping speaking or tweeting the truth as we understand it.

Of course, since we happen to be sane members of the human race, it turns out there are a lot of things we hate, such as murder, rape, theft, kidnapping, child abuse, drug abuse, and the abuse of authority by a billionaire brat who dresses like Baphomet and censors Christians while he claims to support free speech. On Twitter, would we be allowed to speak against these sorts of things? Or would that be too "hateful"?


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Elon wearing Satanic Baphomet costume With inverted cross on Halloween. A coincidence?

So when Elon Musk bought Twitter, he spent 44 billion dollars for what, exactly? He said, “This is a battle for the future of civilization.” — Seriously? What about all those civilizations that were destroyed for not listening to God's warnings about homosexuality? What about the additional cities that were destroyed after that?

Musk tweeted, “If free speech is lost even in America, tyranny is all that lies ahead.” — And if Twitter gets to define what constitutes "free speech", then free speech has been lost already. Hello, tyranny.

Musk talks a good game, but he's not living up to his promises:

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Is anyone here impressed with Elon's version of "free speech"? We certainly aren't.

Free speech for demons but not for Christians, is not free speech. Free speech for sodomites and sexual deviants but not for Christians, is not free speech.

Of course, it wasn't our words that got us booted off Twitter. It was the words of St. John Chrysostom, one of the greatest Christian saints in the history of the world. So it's only fitting that we let him have the last word here. If St. John were to respond to Elon Musk, what would he say? He just might repeat something he already said long ago:

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Max Roscoe

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
OK, now we have an interesting Litmus test on whether Elon, being an atheist and with all his flaws, is actually supporting the New World Order.

He's released a poll asking if the WEF should control the world. Make of that what will.


My take on that is it's just more of Elon's silly "Whatever The Crowd Wants Is What We Should Get" democracy nonsense. The entire WEF meetings can be streamed on a web browser. The decisions the real elites make, and indeed the identity of said elites (I think Roosh called them spiders) is much more opaque, and we don't have access to their agenda.

WEF is at best one of a thousand different groups that is tangentially related to the Bilderberg Group, which has its tentacles in every major corporation, institution, and media outlet on the planet, and at worst is some sort of scapegoat or distraction from what elites are really doing.

This "I have no sense of right and wrong whatsoever, but am just a feather floating in the wind and will adopt whatever position the masses want" is not good in any way.

Oh and if you were doing that, Elon, why did you break all the other twitter apps, which the majority of twitter users preferred? Suddenly it doesn't matter that The Market has chosen them over your own inferior app?
 

get2choppaaa

Hummingbird
Orthodox
My take on that is it's just more of Elon's silly "Whatever The Crowd Wants Is What We Should Get" democracy nonsense. The entire WEF meetings can be streamed on a web browser. The decisions the real elites make, and indeed the identity of said elites (I think Roosh called them spiders) is much more opaque, and we don't have access to their agenda.

WEF is at best one of a thousand different groups that is tangentially related to the Bilderberg Group, which has its tentacles in every major corporation, institution, and media outlet on the planet, and at worst is some sort of scapegoat or distraction from what elites are really doing.

This "I have no sense of right and wrong whatsoever, but am just a feather floating in the wind and will adopt whatever position the masses want" is not good in any way.

Oh and if you were doing that, Elon, why did you break all the other twitter apps, which the majority of twitter users preferred? Suddenly it doesn't matter that The Market has chosen them over your own inferior app?
Twitter should just start banning all NWO affiliated groups.

WEF. Gone
WTO. Gone
ECT ECT ECT ECT.
 

Max Roscoe

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
The problem is these groups are now so pervasive. I'm not exaggerating when I say WEF is one of a thousand. Try to find the WEF on this map. (This shows DIRECT links only, of known Bilderberg members in the center, who are also in management or ownership positions (ie board members) of related entities, like the Ford Foundation, the Carnegie Fund, Blackwater, The WEF, etc. Not related entities or affiliations. Direct links = owned or controlled by actual specific Bilderberg members.


What Elon is doing with the WEF is looking into the agenda of one of a thousand tentacles, and pretending that that tentacle is controlling things, when it is an irrelevant and duplicative arm of thousands of other agencies simultaneously pushing the same agenda. Klaus Schwabb is not calling any shots.
 
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paternos

Kingfisher
Catholic
Didn't know about this turn of his.

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I don't trust Molyneux, listened years ago quite a lot to him, but something is off.

I think it's a certain arrogance, how he describes how good his relation is with his daughter, it just gives me the creeps.
Playing this harsh dad role online for young men. (very much like Peterson) The psychologizing.

On a side note here he tells he is born from a Jewish mother.
 
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Twigg

Sparrow
Orthodox
OK, now we have an interesting Litmus test on whether Elon, being an atheist and with all his flaws, is actually supporting the New World Order.

He's released a poll asking if the WEF should control the world. Make of that what will.


He’s controlled opposition. He’s a trans humanist and an atheist. His mother is well-connected to various satanic elites. Also, the fact he still has his profile picture in armour called Lucifer’s champion should give you an idea of who side he’s on.
 
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