I kind of liked the background image that was on my (now defunct) Twitter account. I actually got to choose it, and it showed what I considered to be of paramount importance, with special urgency in the new tyrannical COVID era.
In my tweets, I showed verifiable information, with links to source documents, often peer-reviewed clinical studies, about PCR “test” inaccuracy, mask-wearing hazards, and then risks (actually, huge, glaring red-flag risks) of the new COVID vaccines. That was a bit much for the old Twitter, and on February 19, 2021, Old Twitter was done with me.
The final suspension:
I quoted a widely-published university infectious diseases professor, Dr. Hervé Seligmann, in a verbatim, verifiable quote regarding the risks of the new COVID vaccines, and linked to a mainstream news source, with a still working link to the professor’s quote, as can be verified at the link below.
And this was my fate at Twitter from posting that quote: Permanent suspension.
Then my background image was taken away, and I was given this lovely burgundy / chocolate background to wear, because, just as in prison, Old Twitter needed to pick out colors for you I guess, when you’re suspended, aka “in Twitter jail.”
In a moment 20,100 followers plummeted to zero, and 2,650 following went to zero. I think the intended message of that may have been that time-worn tactic of tyrants, isolation:
“Nobody likes you. You have no friends. And so, . . . and so, . . . nyaah, nyahh. We’re in the kuhl kids klub, and you’re not.”
Yes, thanks, Old Twitter, for reminding me what it was like to have a conversation with an insecure grade school bully.
But Twitter now has a new owner, and maybe things will really turn around there. It may still be too early to tell.
At any rate, more than a year has passed, and in the meantime I have gathered substantial evidence, below, from government-reported data in several countries, that Dr. Seligmann’s prediction was unfortunately prescient. Very unfortunately, many people could not see Dr. Seligmann’s caution before submitting, in spring of 2021, to a cardiotoxic and immune-wrecking injection, due in part to Old Twitter’s censorship. But at least now we should be able to protect children from that particular superstitious low-dose poisoning ritual.