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Elon Musk’s Twitter Bans Kanye West

It appears that the new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, who has called himself the “Chief Twit” (and I don’t disagree with that), has now banned Kanye West (“Ye”) from Twitter. Musk has previously stated that he believes in the freedom of speech.

The Chief Twit says that his reason for the ban is “incitement to violence,” pointing to West’s posting of a Star of David with a swastika in it. Now, obviously such an image is extremely offensive to most people, but it is not “incitement to violence.”

So in my view, the remedy to hateful speech or images is not censorship but more speech. In other words, let readers comment on the image. What is the image? What does the Star of David mean to people? What does that swastika stand for, and why is such a combined image offensive?

The problem with censorship is that the censors like the Chief Twit aren’t allowing for an informative discussion. Let’s have a discussion, rather than just silencing people. That’s what I think about that.

The Nazi swastika has been offensive to many people. But why is that? The Nazis killed millions of innocent Jews, and other non-Jews as well. But the Soviets and Chinese communists killed tens of millions more than Hitler did. That’s just a historical fact. So why isn’t the hammer and sickle offensive like the swastika? Just askin’.

Anyway, some people think that Kanye West has some mental health issues. There’s something wrong a person who would say that he “loves Hitler.” 

It may be the case as well that Elon Musk has serious mental health issues. After all, he has named two of his kids “X AE A-XII Musk” and “Exa Dark Sideræl Musk.” Not that that means anything. But really? (Perhaps he’s a fan of Frank Zappa, who named his kids “Moon Unit” and “Dweezil.”)

And there’s Musk’s involvement in the transhumanism phenomenon, which is really sick stuff, if you ask me.

But at least Musk is saying that he will reveal evidence of collusion between the U.S. regime in Washington and Twitter regarding the 2020 election and its suppressing legitimate information that could have resulted in a different election outcome.

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