Elon Musk’s Twitter Is Still US State-Affiliated Media, by Caitlin Johnstone

When you get right down to it, Elon Musk is a creature of the government. From Caitlin Johnstone at caitlinjohnstone.com:

A couple of months into Elon Musk’s control of Twitter, it’s fair to say that from an anti-censorship, pro-transparency perspective there have been a few positive results of the platform coming under new management. The revelations from the Twitter Files about US government involvement in influencing a massive social media company’s policies and actions have been indisputably newsworthy information that’s absolutely in the public interest to have, and some anti-establishment voices have been saying their accounts have been noticeably more visible since the changeover.

It’s also fair to say at this point that Musk has allowed far more negative practices to continue than he has ended. In an excellent new article titled “Under Musk, Twitter Continues to Promote US Propaganda Networks,” Fair.org’s Bryce Greene breaks down the many different ways that Twitter is still manipulating the information its users see in ways that serve the interests of the US government.

Greene contrasts the wildly unbalanced way media coming from empire-targeted governments is suppressed and labeled “state-affiliated media”, while US-aligned accounts which would deserve such a designation are not given it, and are often amplified and aided.

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One response to “Elon Musk’s Twitter Is Still US State-Affiliated Media, by Caitlin Johnstone

  1. “Everything within the State, nothing outside the State, nothing against the State.”

    Benito Mussolini

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