Milo Responds to Twitter Crisis

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 26, 2016

Responding to the massive Twitter exec-walkout, Milo Yiannopoulos viewed these troubles in light of his own persecution by the company in a tweet rant, saying that “Twitter is dying because instead of creating a great product it became a liberal attack vector.”

I think that may in some ways be an overstatement; Twitter is presumably dying mainly due to decreasing technological relevance. The company was looking bad and firing workers well before this incident with Milo. Their plan to shut down free speech is simply going to accelerate a collapse which was already inevitable due to the speed at which the modern tech landscape changes.

Here is his entire series of tweets on the issue.

Even while I don’t fully agree that Twitter could survive if it refused to be PC, I would assume he is correct in asserting that investors were paying attention to his situation, and saw how horribly Twitter handled it.

Investors are also seeing the massive campaigns against Twitter for continuing to allow free speech, and seeing that the Jewish media apparatus is siding with these campaigners.

When I wrote about the situation when it happened, I said that there is no worse way they could have initiated this shut down of free speech. It would make much more sense to have targeted anonymous Nazi accounts that no one but another Nazis would miss to begin with, and then slowly begin to rein-in the larger profile accounts as a climate of no free speech intensified.

Whatever the case, it is clear that all big tech companies have now accepted mandate to shut down free speech, and this is going to intensify, no matter how much it ends up costing companies.

This may indeed lead to an emergence of new companies oriented around freedom.