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Elon Musk's X fights Australian watchdog over church stabbing posts

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Musk wrote as he reshared the company's response.

Musk is a self-proclaimed proponent of free speech, except speech speech that he perceives in any way as being even slightly being critical of him, or criticizes his tributes to China and Russia.

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What a cess pool of conspiracy xenophobia and general garbage Twitter has become since St. Elon took over.

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Self appointed Thought Police and their cheerleaders are outraged.

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Free speech is still important. Never forget that.

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Free speech is still important. Never forget that.

Of course, but free speech is not always what people think it is.

There are rules.

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So X has shifted its political bias.

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Let's be clear about one thing, this is false "Video of the bloody attack, which spread widely on social media platforms, has been blamed by Australian authorities for feeding tensions in the community."

It was the terror attack on a person of peace that can be blamed 100% for feeding tensions in the community.

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Any sentence started with “Let's be clear…” is almost always followed by opinions. Usually crazy opinions.

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The only way Australia can legally ban it is by having its own great firewall, banning foreign internet websites and such. The Australian politician wouldn't dare say this though as his career would be over.

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And legal only as long as not challenged by their own citizens

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