Twitter is Censoring Substack
Anyone shocked? Not me
Apparently, you can no longer even “like” a post with a link to a Substack article.
The bad cat rang the alarm, I did an experiment below, and sure enough. You can’t.
A few thoughts.
Twitter has been an extension of the alphabets, and still is.
Actually, the entire internet has been an extension of the alphabets. It’s been watered down and sprinkled with candy for a while since it would have been impossible to get a lot of peasants to sign up for the daily task of reporting every detail of their lives to the alphabets. So it had to become useful for other things, and the people appropriated parts of the reporting tools and made it their own. But it is still an extension of the alphabets. Have you heard of the 2007 NSA program called PRISM? And that’s just a small part of it.
While I am at it, I’d like to also point out that in general, we are living a lie. And it may take an entire life’s journey to shed all the lies (shed not like the mRNA but like, get rid of them :)
I wrote this a few years ago:
You realize that most of the things that you have taken in with your mother’s milk, are a collection of folklore. Random approximations, inaccurate statements seeded with a possibility for love. Kali Yuga is not a joke.
Your heart is visibly bleeding as your perfect self is absolutely calm and unshakable. You look around. You keep a tally:
Religion: tampered with.
Society: a sum of individual dreams and fears. A drive for respect. Beautiful people. Largely clueless, and often envious.
And there you stand, agape and alone, as a thousand commercials for panaceas for broken people are trying to invite themselves to the party.
And this interview with Steven Newcomb that I posted recently goes into major, foundational linguistic lies that we need to reject if we want to actually defeat the Great Reset.
And when we find our soul at last, after a very long journey, after many years of believing in nonsense, we will be whole.
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