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posted ago by theist ago by theist +55 / -1

Since yesterday sometime you needed to be logged into twitter to read posts. Thats weird right?

Did twitter just get taken out by Mil i.e. Day Zero event, taken over as a public utility, commandeered by military?

Maybe the reply comments were used for comms, and without registering as a user, you can not read them, so have they just cut the open comms of the cabal and if they register and log in they are more track an traceable?

The other way of looking at it is they are panicked about what is going down and want less people to be able to see the news, but the timing with all that is going on right now, makes that less likely because it is not a strong move by any means.

Therefore think twitter comms got taken out.

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: f40549 No. 5247821 Chatter uptick re: how to effectively prevent cross-talk re: anti-narrative across all social media/online platforms. Ability to prevent cross-talk narrows comms only to FAKE NEWS which provides for more control over what is released to inform the public. A series of scenarios is currently being conducted ['game the sys'] to test response, risk, and calc results. 'Censorship' [added] layers of inserted code 'through keyword targeting' in bio, history, and comments + indiv platform mods has failed to curtail the problem. 'China-Russia-Iran' 'fake' take-down hacks of select platforms (for maintenance) is one scenario being game-played. [Zero-Day] Countermeasures in place. [Example] Think Emergency Alert System. Think WH controlled new RT 'news' website Think WH controlled new video stream platform Think Here. Should this occur, immediate steps will be taken to classify each as 'Public Utility' (essential public services) to gain appropriate gov regulation (control). Why do we make things public? Q

https://www.trumptronic.com/topic/1296/zero-day-day-0

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aslan_is_0n_the_m0ve 2 points ago +2 / -0

https://qanon.pub/?q=twitter%20stock#158 Saudi prince Talal owned a lot of Twitter stock, which was taking from him.