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Mark 3 month s ago
That's a great news for feedom ! dance3
       
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Deborah 3 month s ago
#11 Is a bit nonsensical. Obviously SOMEONE has to own big media platforms like The Washington Post or Twitter. And obviously that person has a lot of money.
When a media company grows, it automatically becomes worth more. And the person owning it has more money whether they owned it from the beginning or bought it from someone that became wealthy of it.

I don't see why it is not freedom of speech anymore if a rich person owns it. A rich person is not more likely to lie or whatever than a poor person.
And it has nothing to do with Twitter anyway since it's basically a big public message board that anyone can post on.

The only reason if posts, or tweets in this case, and users are removed is when there's good reason to like racism or misinformation. That's not censorship of free speech.

No newspaper for example would post letters full of homophobic or flat earth rants either because it's just nonsense that only a relatively small, and shrinking, percentage of the population believe in.
       
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Gina 3 month s ago
I joined Twitter after I heard Musk was buying it. What I learned in just 1.5 days is that there are a lot of unstable, mentally disturbed, people making comments there. I made a totally innocuous comment and some lady jumped on me saying something like "so what you're saying is that your OK with racism, brutality, and genocide" - which had absolutely nothing to do with what I said. Nothing. I think people are just so angry at their failed life that they just want to vent about whatever stupid thought is going through their head at the moment. It's nuts over there.
       
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Ray 3 month s ago
Gina,

Yeah, that totally happened
       
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Winnie 3 month s ago
#10 & #20 The UN didn't generate a plan. They put together a $6.6B "Executive Summary" with close to 20% going to their management, and the parts actually going to the issue trying to cover 40 million people through direct purchases & vouchers for 1 year. Summaries of this type are lucky if they're only twice the original estimate, and the UN would probably be closer to 5x. It would not have solved world hunger at all and definitely driven up the regional cost of food, if not globally. Remember "Oil for Food"
       
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Midge 3 month s ago
Winnie,
elon asked to be shown proof it works, there was none.
       
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