World Prediction: Twitter

Spirit showed Twitter, not sure if they are actually saying Twitter is one of the main companies attacked or they are just using Twitter as a social media example.

Racism rises with its own pride.. marches and violence.. but a counter approach arrives to say we will not go backwards.. we will not return to the days of our fathers.

The Russian government.. consuming and fueling so much boloney.. oh America the Russian bots are coming with a full fledged attack against the United States. They are ramping up to control and manipulate the elections yet again. You are officially under attack.

Predictions 7-19-18

This 2018 world prediction is starting. have to muddle through all the 2018 predictions but they predicted a slow rising racism that will eventually lead to “Timothy McVeigh” attacks in the US. Homegrown terrorist. All of it tied to politics. Thanks Twitter. But they also predict a new counter from youth and they deliver positive change. When I wrote this in July of 2018, they presented both messages and a motto “Cruel Words lead to Violence.”

“Twitter is one of the main companies attacked” I think they are talking about the Elon Musk takeover? Are these two predictions related? I made them together. There is a link, but I haven’t seen it yet?

9 thoughts on “World Prediction: Twitter

  1. To the best of my knowledge, there are investigations that have already shown that right wing extremists have used in past election companies that mine user data and target specific audiences with robots (bots) to reply on twitter, creating a sort of fear response from specific groups, misleading them with fake news towards a “miraculous solution”, creating bubbles of right wing voters, for instance.

    Check this 2018 news out

  2. Elon musk is a wolf in sheep’s clothing he claims to champion free speech but has already permanently suspended hundreds of Twitter accounts for ironically expressing freedom of thought – he’s pure evil and a hypocrite

      1. What he has done is suspended accounts that are impersonating other people or existing users. He did that before the elections so that, according to him, people could not just go on and impersonate public officials during an election season, and he has a point. Impersonating another account is not “freedom of expression,” it is trolling. He has said if the people want to clearly label their account parody, that is acceptable.

  3. I appreciate him for his satellite help to the Ukrainians, though I was astonished to hear some time ago him threaten to discontinue it, complaining that the US was not paying him for it.

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