Twitter Jack Dorsey Belief System

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Mandy, when you said “You have a behavior problem with a mental disease,” a light turned on for me. So, if they think that “Conservatism is a gateway drug to Nazis,” then the affliction that Jack Dorsey has, to put it in terms the left would use, is a phobia about conservatives. So, can we coin a new term? Just like they say we have Islamophobia, homophobia, etc., then they suffer from conservaphobia? The left looks at the right and says, “Those poor dysfunctional conservatives! They have an irrational phobia.” So now, can the right look at the left and say, “Those poor dysfunctional liberals! They have an irrational phobia?” In other words, fight fire with fire. “I’ll see your marginalization of me, and raise you a marginalization of you!”

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I so tweeted that lol

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Love that word, conervaphobia, or maybe conservativaphobia. I’m going to add it to my wordhoarde.

Wordhoard or word-hoard which is derived/translated from the Old English word wordhord meaning store or treasure of words. This appears in the text of the Old English epic poem Beowulf in the context of the hero Beowulf “unlocking” his wordhoard before delivering a powerful address to the king Hrothgar.
In the text (Heaney translation): “The leader of the troop unlocked his word-hoard; The distinguished one delivered this answer: “We belong by birth to the Geat people
And owe allegiance to Lord Hygelac.””

The light went off for me too with this one. Great analysis Mandy.

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“We do it by behavior.” Maybe so, but what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior to a leftist group? Adult supervision is needed throughout the big-tech socials.

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children….they have the emotional maturity of a child

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Really? Im not an angry person, Im tired of people not understanding a belief system! Thats ok, ill get you back soon enough.
devil

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You two work it out on your own!

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yes sir!

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That’s really aggressive!

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We should stick to our common sense and focus on what he’s saying. He is deluding us (and mostly himself for that matter) with words. What stood out to me is the fact he starts “blurring” the term shadowbanning right away, with an almost belittling laugh. (I even spent a 5 minute websearch on it, since I don’t do social media, but the answer to what shadowbanning is seems pretty clear). And what really made me laugh (almost with pity) is when he says they do not look at political viewpoint or ideology, but instead look at “behavior”?! …wait…whut… so first of the answer to the question if they shadowban people is simply yes after all and second how in the world are you gonna judge and outline behavior? Based on what? Thats ridiculous and conveniently vague. People stuck in a believe system tend to juggle and conjure with words, because somewhere very deep down inside they know it’s wrongt. But they don’t want to listen to their own inner voice, scared of all that that’s gonna imply. We are already used to politicians using fancy words while they are really saying nothing, but this is delusion on another level.… Read more »

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Love the Conservaphobia idea, SoCalCards. It is a winner. I have had acquaintances leave the room for a self-time out when they spot the “Thank You” card I received from the President for sending in a 100.00 check for border wall funding that I have framed in my living room. (They sent the check back but liked the idea).Unlike most so-called “aphobias”, which are actually dislikes, I think the Conservaphobia really is a phobia/delusional belief system. Great idea!

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In local politics I always got on with the other side because in my core belief system I know that all people come to their political leanings through their own experiences. I always told them that and asked them why they came to that decision and heard some very interesting stories.

I could not change their mind but when helping your local member campaign those stories helped me steer the people without a strong political belief system into a better direction.

I would like to know what Jack’s experiences are that gave him his belief system!

My bets are on the education system rather than life experience

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