Twitter’s new CEO, Linda Yaccarino, has a history of creating what she calls “BlackRock-style woke propaganda,” which she views as a great example of diversity.
As we now all know, Elon Musk has appointed a globalist propaganda chief, Linda Yaccarino, as the new CEO of Twitter. How will the fox care for the little blue chicken? Let us count the ways.
Making decisions about who to trust should not rely on mind reading. I am an Elon Agnostic. I do not know what he has in mind. His sincerity is dubious, given his attachment to big government.
His numerous subsidies from the military-industrial complex partner with his reliance on carbon credit trades, to support a slew of businesses with vast paper – but no practical – profits. Tesla itself has been reasonably described as a “ponzi scheme.”
Without billions in taxpayer subsidies and billions more in carbon credit sales, Tesla has never and will likely never make a profit. And yet it continues to operate.
Musk has strong form in the profitable manipulation of confidence. Though we cannot know whether he is a champion for free speech – whatever that means to him – we can say with some confidence of our own that he is not our savior. He has his own agenda, and it is one coextensive with the history of any corporation – power.
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What we do know is what his new CEO has in mind for us.
The argument from Lego
The best thing to be said about people like Linda Yaccarino is that they have no principles. They present themselves as products, when in fact they are components. Musk could have picked another Lego-headed female executive from the shelf. Why this one?
Perhaps her fungibility is the attraction. Musk has chosen a corporate component to fix the finances of the free speech forum. This is one argument to defend Musk from his own decision. They are all the same, these propagandists – so why care? Someone has to steady the ship or it will sink.
According to a tweet by Elon Musk, Twitter’s new CEO is Linda Yaccarino, who was the Chairman of the WEF’s Taskforce on the Future of Work.