Based on the reaction to his bid to buy Twitter, Elon Musk is 100 times more dangerous to the establishment’s vision of a new world order than Donald Trump.
The response to Musk has been measured and strategic as opposed to emotional and impulsive. The establishment unleashed its gaggle of celebrity pit bulls on the former president. A pack of rabid actors, athletes, broadcasters, comedians, and print journalists gnawed at Trump’s ankles for four years, eventually crippling him and turning the 2020 election into a contest of what well-intentioned Americans would do to stop Adolf Hitler 2.0.
There’s not enough time to reimagine Musk as Hitler 3.0, especially since corporate media prematurely gave that title to Russia’s Vladimir Putin. The attack on Musk will be led by Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and a team of lawyers, all hired by Twitter’s board of directors to thwart his proposed $43 billion takeover of the social media app. Stopping Musk’s existential threat to globalism will be a game of chess, not checkers.
In the technology-driven world we now live in – a matrix designed by Silicon Valley – controlling Twitter is more important than controlling the White House. That’s why Twitter’s board would rather kill itself than turn the app over to an individual who believes in freedom, free speech, and the U.S. Constitution.
The “poison pill” enacted to stop Musk could easily double as a suicide pill for the board that authorized it. By denying shareholders the right to vote on Musk’s proposal, Twitter’s board has abdicated its fiduciary responsibility to shareholders. Rather than act in the best interest of shareholders, the board served the interest of political and activist stakeholders.
Musk forced Twitter completely out of the closet. The app is hostile to free speech and a partisan tool reserved exclusively for Democrats. Worse, the reaction to Musk’s takeover puts an impossible-to-ignore spotlight on Silicon Valley’s control of public discourse and American culture.
The Twitter-Musk controversy brings into focus the power, importance, and influence of the five families governing the BLM-LGBTQIA+ Alphabet Mafia. The Alphabet Mafia reports to FAANG, the acronym CNBC host Jim Cramer gave to Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google.
Musk’s bid to buy Twitter is an attempt to de-FAANG America. Twitter is the hit man for the Alphabet Mafia. Twitter assassinates reputations with false narratives and unfair allegations of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia. It censors, silences, and diminishes opponents of the Democratic Party.
If Musk acquires Twitter, he’ll have access to the algorithms, tactics, schemes, and correspondence that led to, among other things, Twitter disappearing the Hunter Biden laptop story and the banning of this nation’s 45th president from the app.
The richest man in the world owning Twitter is far more dangerous than even Donald Trump seated in the Oval Office. Trump could only complain about “fake news” and its origins. Musk could expose one of the co-conspirators in the alleged shadow government headquartered in Silicon Valley and the Pacific Northwest.
The members of FAANG do not want one of their soldiers (Twitter) captured and interrogated by Elon Musk. That’s way too dangerous a proposition for a man like Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who already faces questions about the more than $400 million he spent fortifying the 2020 election. Musk’s involvement with Twitter could disrupt the warm and fuzzy narrative painted in Time Magazine about “The Secret Bipartisan Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election.”
Someone could snitch. In order to save the establishment, Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s zealot CEO, might be willing to off himself, climb into a bathtub and slit his wrists like Frank Pentangeli in “Godfather 2.”
But Jack Dorsey, one of Twitter’s founders and a member of the board, sounds like a man looking for witness protection. Dorsey spent the weekend working on his Salvatore Bonpensiero impersonation. Sal was an infamous character on the TV show “The Sopranos.” Everyone called him “Big Pussy.” He was one of Tony Soprano’s best friends from childhood. He was a rat and a snitch.
Dorsey might be Twitter’s Big Pussy. In a response to a Twitter user complaining about Twitter’s board, Dorsey tweeted: “It’s consistently been the dysfunction of the company.”
When another user tweeted that “good boards don’t create good companies, but a bad board will kill a company every time,” Dorsey responded with “big facts.”
When a user asked if Dorsey is allowed to talk in such a transparent manner, Dorsey stated flatly, “No.”
Dorsey is off the Twitter reservation. He resigned as CEO in November. His term on the board ends sometime this year. He’s friends with Elon Musk. Dorsey has joined the Musk Twitter Great Again movement. Dorsey is an insurrectionist.
In my view, he’s really a traitor with remorse.
Three years ago, during a three-hour podcast interview with Joe Rogan, Dorsey and one of his top underlings, Vijaya Gadde, acknowledged that Twitter’s algorithms were designed to amplify the voices and impact of groups Twitter deemed marginalized.
FAANG and its Alphabet Mafia are located in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest (Amazon). Those areas believe the most marginalized people on the planet are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and the silent P (pedophiles). Their voices have been amplified in corporate media to the point that no other voices can be heard as clearly.
Twitter was the primary tool used to normalize lesbian, gay, and bisexual behavior. It is now in the process of normalizing transgenderism. Estimates are that 1.4 million Americans identify as transgender. That’s .4 percent of America’s population. We are dramatically changing American cultural norms and socially outlawing biblical, Christian worldviews to please .4 percent of the American population.
We’ve normalized gluttony in this country, but you can still speak against it and remain in solid standing on your job. That is not true for many Americans about sins of sexuality and gender. There is immense pressure to change your values or risk punishment from the Alphabet Mafia.
The Twitter Elon Musk says he wants to create values free speech above hurt feelings and culture-policing lynch mobs. Musk’s version of Twitter would adhere to the principles spelled out in the U.S. Constitution, not the principles written and rewritten in Silicon Valley.
If Musk is successful, FAANG may soon regret siccing its dogs on Donald Trump. The silencing of Trump and the sabotage of Parler awakened the masses to the corruption and true agenda of the Alphabet Mafia. They’re not promoting fairness, equality, and a higher form of democracy.
They’re making offers people can’t refuse in pursuit of authoritarian rulership and a new world order.