WHAT THE HELL HAS HAPPENED TO TWITTER? These people are apparently cherry picking the tweets that can show on my profile view! I have not used Twitter since Easter until today, May 6. I was greeted with offers to reformat my Twitter page, which I did not elect to do. I found that I was following four fewer people than I should have, but that is not new. I posted the tweets below, then went to my Profile View (at "me") to ensure that all my tweets posted. Many of them were not in view - very important news that my followers need to know about. I was absolutely livid!
I had to go to "Old Tweets: Koffietime (Mary Neal)" at Tweet Tunnel to see my tweets about:
1) The homeless people in Fresno who are being robbed by the government.
2) Requests to government officials to be more responsible about entertainers they use for government-sponsored and campaigning events: "Pushing Black Youths to the Drug Culture"
3) The USDOJ plans to examine racism in the very criminal justice system
4) Our prayers for (a) Mayor Swearingin, Fresno; (b) Prosecutor Angela Corey, FL, and (c) Gov. Mary Fallin, Oklahoma, who are (a) targeting homeless people for prosecution, (b) overly prosecuting Marissa Alexander and other blacks in Florida, and (c) torturing and murdering death row inmates with mystery drugs. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2014/05/05/marylovesjustice-prayer-meeting We pray for U.S. elected and appointed officials every Sunday at 9pm ET on Blogtalkradio show "MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting," because the Bible instructs us to pray for those in authority over us.
I had other important news to share, but I am too exasperated right now. Internet censorship is the American equivalent of Nazi book burning. Twitter censorship is specifically against African Americans. "Business Insider" reports that blacks are more likely to use Twitter than other social networks. Excerpt: "New data confirms that Twitter's population is disproportionately black. According to Edison Research's annual report on Twitter, black people represent 25% of Twitter users, roughly twice their share of the population in general." Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/twitter-study-results-2010-4#ixzz30wVlefwy
See my REAL tweets posted May 6 below, and compare them with the ones handpicked by CoIntelPro that are allowed to show on my Profile View at https://twitter.com/koffietime . Slavery continues in the USA. Black people are NOT allowed to use free speech and freedom of press RIGHTS. The white-owned media companies and government are determined to control what information gets released to the world through the Internet. With this development, Twitter is worse than Facebook.
Google should not be rash about demoting Google+. Google is a free speech hero that African Americans and others whose news is censored online will need more than ever before as time winds down. TechCrunch reports, "Today, Google’s Vic Gundotra announced that he would be leaving the company after eight years. The first obvious question is where this leaves Google+, Gundotra’s baby and primary project for the past several of those years. What we’re hearing from multiple sources is that Google+ will no longer be considered a product, but a platform — essentially ending its competition with other social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
Google+ certainly can compete with Twitter and Facebook and WIN if my censorship today is an indication of what other members are experiencing - unless the missing tweets on my Profile view were snatched by CoIntelPro (NSA) instead of cherry picked by Twitter, itself. See my tweets from May 6 below. Censorship is infuriating, and it hurts my feelings. I do not curse online or show sexually explicit material, and I usually TRY to post news from major news sources rather than perceived "less reliable" media, IF the mainstream media carries the stories. Sometimes they don't (Google "Wrongful Death of Larry Neal," for an example). By the way, human rights advocates should NOT cite USA Today news and drive people to that site. While other media companies referred to the victim of Oklahoma's botched execution by name, USA Today referred to him as "the killer." We have enough work to do without having to contend with pro-execution media companies.
Founder/Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill