Parag Agrawal – the company’s current Chief Technology Officer and now CEO -- has a tweet history of accusing whites of being inherently racist, which makes us wonder why any white person would want to use the platform at all.
"If they are not gonna make a distinction between muslims and extremists, then why should I distinguish between white people and racists," he tweeted Oct. 26. 2010.
And yes, of course, the India-born migrant is also not a fan of the First Amendment, proving again that migrants should be forced to assimilate American culture, traditions and legal standards and principles so that all of them can be passed on from generation to generation rather than wiped out by waves of migrants who don't have any historical ties to our country.
"Former CTO and new Twitter CEO Agrawal in November 2020 interview: 'Our role is not to be bound by the First Amendment... focus[ing] less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed,'" said a tweet from Disclose.TV.
Former CTO and new Twitter CEO Agrawal in November 2020 [sic] interview: "Our role is not to be bound by the First Amendment... focus[ing] less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed."
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 29, 2021
In another tweet circa 2010, Agrawal posted a quote from the late America critic-comedian George Carlin, who said, "It's called the American dream because you have to be asleep to believe it."
Got that? This guy, who was allowed to emigrate to the U.S. and eventually become CEO of one of the biggest social media platforms on the planet, becoming a multimillionaire at the same time, thinks there is no such thing as "the American dream." We hazard a guess he likely would not have met with the same level of personal success in his own country.
The National Pulse adds:
Agrawal’s work placed him at the helm of Project Bluesky. The research project was launched under the guise of establishing decentralized standards, supporting social media companies in the promotion of posts and providing users with greater control over the content they see.
Bluesky was further marketed as making it easier for social media networks to enforce restrictions against hate speech and other forms of online abuse.
Jason Miller, the CEO of rival platform GETTR, issued a statement regarding Dorsey's stepping down and the naming of Agrawal to head Twitter.
“As the CEO of a social media startup, I know how difficult it is to run the company day-to-day. It must be even harder when you’re always trying to find new ways to trample freedom of speech. But for years, Jack Dorsey has been the master of multitasking: censoring opinions he doesn’t like, canceling users, silencing one of America’s oldest newspapers, and unfairly influencing a presidential election," Miller said.
“Dorsey’s strangling of free expression is why GETTR needs to exist, and for that I suppose we should all be grateful. Without the crushing oppression and virtue signaling of the Big Tech oligarchs, millions of people from around the world wouldn’t be searching for a new social media home. Unlike Dorsey, GETTR is here to stay, and we will always protect the rights of people to speak their minds," he added.
To that end, there is also Brighteon.social, a true free speech platform where hate doesn't live but freedom of expression certainly does.