US social media giant Twitter bans African anti-imperialist activists
US social media giant Twitter recently disabled accounts of African activists opposed to American imperialism, underscoring how these companies are an "essential tool" for Washington’s foreign policy.
Since November 3 and 4, when the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) started the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia by attacking a federal army base, Western policymakers and their stenographic press, especially in the US, have defended the TPLF, their former puppet, and maligned the Ethiopian government and its prime minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali.
In December, Twitter began banning Ethiopian, Eritrean, and Somali activists who had created and built a Pan-African #NoMore movement.
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