Recently Twitter went on its biggest purge of conservative accounts so far. Even POTUS was punted. Brings to mind the observation that conservatives think liberals are stupid. But liberals think conservatives are evil.
And it seems that they believe it's only conservatives who are evil. They'll give a big fat pass to even the most barbaric dictator if he advocates globalist socialism and chants "Orange Man Bad" like they do.
But the thing they hate more than anything is Christianity. While most claim to be atheist, they tend to hate it with a kind of religious fervour. Ironic that.
And crazy as it may seem, I think that devil worship itself has a lot to do with this. Sure, very few people are dinkum Satanists. But a high percentage of them seem to be real movers and shakers in politics, business and particularly entertainment.
That's why a kinda cartoonish version of Satan himself is very popular on Twitter.
The present account was annointed by one before who was far more popular and influential. I don't know the whole deal on the original @S8n but apparently he was followed by heaps of blue checks. There was a theory that the account was run by some dude in the UK with lots of occult elite connections.
Anyhow, he left the platform. Don't think he was banned. And this one has taken his place with the original's, er, blessing.
So, it looks like whoever is running this one is "in the know". Which is why I found this tweet interesting.
This is something I've long suspected. You will of course know of the streaming service Stan. From what I understand it's a lot like Netflix, which clearly promotes the agenda of the occult elite. So it seems to me quite likely that the name itself is a sly nod to Old Nick.
And here's another example: Recently there was a story in the Daily Terrorgraph about the alleged 'rona outbreak in the Northern Beaches area of Sydney, scarily named the "Avalon Cluster". It included a photo of a little dog called Stan. He was wearing a blue jumper.
Given all the weird updates by various high profile people related to the dog star Sirius, I couldn't help thinking that maybe the cute pooch was being used as a kind of symbolic incantation.
Now I know that sounds utterly insane. But remember that the occult elite do this kind of thing all the time. And they own and control the mainstream media. So why wouldn't they get their underlings to sprinkle this kind of stuff throughout "the news", which is mostly fake anyhow?
I mention the movie advertised above and the intriguingly named canine in the video below.
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