That first pic is a view of slave-states versus free-states in 1820 when the "Missouri Compromise" was struck as a deal establishing which states would allow slavery in the US.
The boundaries staved off a civil war until 1861.
It is easy to see those are the previously slave-owning states which are boiling over with covid-19 today.
Racism anywhere is catastrophically bad for everyone everywhere. We must thoroughly purge the corrupt rot which still runs those states.
Otherwise the future is nothing but failure for the entire nation. No other choice remains. No more delaying the necessary. We must act.

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15 Sep
Update:
Polls closed 14 minutes ago. So far the numbers show that 65% of Californians agree with me.

It looks like Gavin Newsom will *not* be recalled.
LA County numbers hit just now.
The number is up to 70% now.

Landslide win for Newsom thus far.
Fascism got stiff-arm rejected in California. Not today, nazis.
And not tomorrow either.
Read 4 tweets
15 Sep
The recent WSJ Facebook article blitz mentions a soccer star named "Neymar" 12 times.
Why is that possibly significant?

wsj.com/articles/faceb…
I'm not alleging anything untoward about the article's author, and indeed I have met Jeff Horowitz in the past, but I do think this could be another example of highly crafted manipulation which was targeted at the journalist by Facebook's hired PR goons.
What's the ploy? To juice the hell out of search engine results when someone is searching for the term "Facebook" combined with a word highly similar to Neymar.
Read 5 tweets
14 Sep
Obsessive Anti-Vaccination Rage is characterized as an irrational compulsion to argue against the clear and undeniable societal benefits of vaccines. It is a deadly mental illness which must be recognized.
As a global pandemic continues to ravage populations of all ages, our entire population is being placed in grave danger by those afflicted by that mental defect.
Those afflicted by Obsessive Anti-Vaccination Rage should be segmented from the rest of society and not allowed to continue causing undue and unjustifiable harm to our nation's people and economy.
Read 4 tweets
11 Sep
The modern hardline anti-vaccine people are the result of media rewarding pure contrarianism.
Entire pools of "experts" have been groomed and rewarded for taking the extreme opposite stance on every issue no matter how plain and simple the alleged controversy is.
In a misguided urge to portray fairness and neutrality, news and media platforms have gone too far in bending over backwards to find someone somewhere with credibility to represent "the other side".
Bad faith charlatans took advantage of this and then the monkey-see monkey-do crowd followed when they saw how easy and rewarding it is.
Read 5 tweets
6 Sep
If the somewhat random contrarian troll battalions confuse you when they suddenly materialize within viral tweets, I can explain.
This is what is happening-

Me: "Here's some good advice. Keep it in mind if you appreciate the proven accuracy of past advice I have shared."

...
Ridiculous_Shill_Bot: "I demand an intricately detailed 157-page thesis paper explaining every last detail which supports your statement. I demand everything and you owe it to me. Aaaargh!"

...
Me: "Sir, this is Twitter. Please explain why it matters so much to you and who is paying you to manage public sentiment about this topic of concern."
Read 5 tweets
5 Sep
Odd.
UpGuard very proudly claims to have raised $45 million in investment capital since being founded around 9 years ago (also makes the term "startup" seem a bit innacurate).

However, required SEC filings only account for a total of $27,771,812.
sec.gov/edgar/browse/?… ImageImageImageImage
The $27,771,812 total includes UpGuard's recent June 2021 infusion of $19 million. All of these calculations are, correctly, in USD. There is nothing here that can be simply explained away by a difference in Australian versus US dollars.
It is a shortfall and unaccounted-for.
Some historical background: smh.com.au/technology/fac…
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