@jack just got off Twitter, by Andrew Anglin


Honestly, I always felt bad for @jack.

I don’t think he really wanted to be a part of this weird shit. I think he was a normal old school Silicon Valley kid who believed in the original idea of ​​the internet, which was that total freedom would inevitably lead to the best possible outcome, and he never wanted to be a censoring fag.

We saw it in Joe Rogan saying that he didn’t even know that Alex Jones had been banned. He then agreed to go back and be questioned by Tim Pool about the censorship, but had to bring in a fat paki woman, because he didn’t even understand the censorship.

After he was harassed to censor, he went on a serious journey with Buddha acid and it got really weird, and I think this was his way of dealing with the fact that he had lost control of his own company and was now an accomplice for everything he had. than against.

Remember how it got progressively stranger.

It would have been great if he had resigned immediately when the ADL and the blue hairs took over. Obviously, he was too weak a person to take on this mob (because he doesn’t have Jesus in his heart), but the least he could have done is say “I’m going, I’m going to do my bitcoin stuff.”

Better late than never, I guess.

He’s being replaced by a page, of course. These Indians are destined to be our new managerial class in the white countries. Look for that.

The Guardian:

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has resigned from his executive position at the social media company..

Dorsey will be replaced by Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Parag Agrawal, the company announced Monday.

The surprise move ends Dorsey’s much-criticized tenure as CEO of both Twitter and Square, his digital payments company, prompting Twitter stakeholders Elliott Management and billionaire investor Paul Singer to ask him to resign from one of those positions.

Shares of Twitter rose 11% after the news on CNBC before being briefly suspended..

The company said Dorsey would resign immediately, but that Dorsey would remain on the board until Twitter’s shareholders meeting in 2022.

I decided to leave Twitter because I think the company is ready to leave its founders behind.. My trust in Parag as CEO of Twitter runs deep. His work for the last 10 years has been transformative. I am deeply grateful for your skill, heart and soul. It’s his time to lead, ”said Dorsey.

Agrawal has been on Twitter for a decade and served as CTO since 2017.

Replacement theory in action:

Defeat the idealistic white man, have him embark on a journey with buddhic acid, then surrender and take Benzos to face him. Then when it’s broken, bring in the dark person who doesn’t care about anything at all, because he has no human soul and literally cares about nothing but bobs, vague, shiny tassels.

This was Jack’s last tweet.

We all loved Twitter before 2017, Jack.

You were the boss of the most important media platform ever, and you dropped the ball because you were too weak to deal with pesky Jews and transsexuals.

Remember: Jack is literally saying that he is going to create a new platform that cannot be censored because Twitter is heavily censored.

What’s that?

I already had an uncensored platform. Then Chuck Johnson was censored, then MILO, then me. Then everyone else. He always had the option of being the CEO of an uncensored platform; He could have told the Jews, Pakis, and the rest of the assorted subhuman trash to stop talking to him. He could have simply blocked their numbers and told his secretary not to let them into his office.

Maybe there were threats, I guess. But who cares? What are the threats? Is he a pedophile? I doubt it. You are spending enough money for security.

He was just a coward. A weak person. That is why you need Jesus.

I think of many people when I hear the man say “tell me if you know someone who needs Jesus Lord”.

Jack should be at the top of the list.

Nothing works for anyone if they don’t have the Living Spirit of God occupying their body. You can’t do anything without it. Everyone fails without Jesus. All the world *.

Maybe Jack will deliver on the Bitcoin front. But I doubt it a bit.

* nb4 Buddhists or Confucians and whatever, that’s something different. It is worth talking about at some point. I believe that if you are born into a culture that does not have Christianity, you can form a connection with the Holy Spirit in another way. God is not going to rule someone out because they were born in a different culture. But you can’t be a white man raised in a Christian society and then go to a Buddhist temple like @jack tried to do; that will only make God angry and then destroy you. Every white man knows from a young age that Jesus is Lord. You can accept that or not.


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