I was FINALLY banned from Twatter for bashing the Pope (Journal Entry)

nope to pope

It’s been a long time coming, and it’s finally here. I have been indefinitely suspended from Twatter for bashing the Pope. I was wondering what it would take to get indefinitely suspended from a platform that is overrun by trolls. As anybody who knows me on Twatter should know, I hate Twatter. I said it was full of birdbrains since Day One and I have been testing its birdbrain limits ever since. The site is an absolutely worthless social platform that keeps the birds trapped in a self-defeating cage.

When I think of Twatter I think of a bunch of different birds, each to its own flock, but all fighting for the same food. There’s the chickens who try to cluck their way toward likes, the peacocks who showcase their beautiful wings, the filthy sparrows who menacely fight with all the other birds, the crows who scavenge for whatever scraps of self-indulgence they can find, and of course the vultures who prey on the death of whatever Twatterer stands in their way. But at the end of the day, they all are birds trapped in the same cage of all-consuming defeat.

Twatter has apparently caught onto this fact over the past couple of months which is why they are mass-suspending accounts. Twatter lost an estimated five-million users at the end of 2018. They can spin it all they want, but the reality of the situation is that Twatter is a hypocrite with no legitimate moral or ethical stance for how it treats its users. They simply act as grade-school hall monitors who suspend the victims of the first whiner who tattles first. I can’t even tell you how many Twatterers were suspended for talking back to White Supremacists. Let it be known, White Supremacists are the biggest whiners of all. The rest of the kids on the playground like to settle things one-d, without running to daddy.

Anyhoo, now that my Twatter days are behind me I have so much I need to say. Stay tuned if you want to hear me roar about social media’s increasingly oppressive attacks against free speech and fair use, my revelations about the Scriptures and the hypocrisy of the Churches, and of course my burning aching desire to start a full-blown revolution that is centered on establishing a network of self-sustained communities that are independent of the federal government.


  1. Gavrilo Princip says:

    If you had just stopped I wouldn’t have had to block you. It seems like you are a feminist and possibly an anarchist. I would consider myself those things too. We are on the same side, we just go about things differently. I wish you would have at least opened a dialogue with me in private so we could have discussed that.

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    • Yeah, I was drinking heavily back then. I came back on twitter with a different name but then I logged into the other account through the app and they suspended me again for evading suspension. I’m not going back. I moved onto Reddit. I am 7 months sober now and I have a whole new outlook on life due to my training in peer support. I’m also going to start blogging for real and communicating on WordPress. I have so many things I want to achieve, but I can’t do it when I’m drunk… Obviously. I plan to get something going by next year…


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