Twitter has begun closing user accounts, which “undermined faith” in the NATO military alliance. The company, which is constantly tightening censorship, said it had closed 373 user accounts that it thought would be linked to the state of Armenia, Iran and Russia.
Twitter claims that some of the accounts related to Russia spread an anti-NATO perspective.
“Our first investigation found and removed a network of 69 fake accounts that are credibly linked to Russian state actors,” the company wrote.
According to the Twitter Security Group, “A number of these accounts amplified narratives that were aligned with the Russian government, while another subset of the network focused on undermining faith in the NATO alliance and its stability.”
Twitter is no longer a matter of discussion or argumentation, but of pure faith with false and true faith. Journalist Dan Cohen sarcastically declared “I do not underestimate faith in NATO alliance”.