After a number of other institutions, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is now turning its back on the social media platform Twitter. Instead , the industrial circle recommends finding out about the work of the organization via Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, YouTube and the Chinese apps Tiktok, Wechat and Weibo.
Since entrepreneur Elon Musk bought Twitter, left-wing organizations in the US and Europe in particular have called for a boycott of the platform. They accuse him of censorship.
However, Musk had revealed that the previous owners had censored and manipulated posts, partly on government instructions, especially during the corona pandemic.
Without censorship and media bias, the left and their ideas would just look stupid and discriminatory.