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  • #76
    Two brands suspend advertising on X after their ads appeared next to pro-Nazi content

    At least two brands have said they will suspend advertising on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, after their ads and those of other companies were run on an account promoting fascism. The issue came less than a week after X CEO Linda Yaccarino publicly affirmed the company’s commitment to brand safety for advertisers.

    The nonprofit news watchdog Media Matters for America documented in a report published Wednesday that ads for a host of mainstream brands have been run on the account, which has shared content celebrating Hitler and the Nazi Party.

    Ads for brands including Adobe, Gilead Sciences, the University of Maryland’s football team, New York University Langone Hospital and NCTA-The Internet and Television Association were run alongside tweets from the account that had garnered hundreds of thousands of views, CNN observed.

    Spokespeople for NCTA and pharmaceutical company Gilead said that they immediately paused their ad spending on X after CNN flagged their ads on the pro-Nazi account.

    “We take the responsible placement of NCTA ads very seriously and are concerned that our post about the future of broadband technology appeared next to this highly disturbing content,” NCTA spokesperson Brian Dietz said in a statement, adding that the organization had opted into X’s brand safety measures including keyword restrictions and limiting its ad placement to the “home feed of target audiences.”

    “Brand safety will remain an utmost priority for NCTA, which means suspending advertising on Twitter/X for the foreseeable future and heavily limiting NCTA’s organic presence on the platform,” Dietz said.

    A spokesperson for Gilead said the company will pause its ad spending while X investigates the issue.

    Jason Yellin, University of Maryland’s associate athletic director, expressed concern about the placement of the football team’s post on the account and said Maryland Football has not spent money on advertising on X since 2021, meaning X may have promoted the post despite it not being a paid ad.

    A spokesperson for NYU Langone said in a statement that the hospital was “completely surprised by this and are extremely concerned with any appearance of our advertising and brand next to obviously objectionable content that promotes hatred,” adding that it expects its advertising partners to “act responsibly.”

    Hours after the Media Matters report was published Wednesday morning and CNN observed additional brands’ ads running on the account, the account appeared to be suspended.

    X on Wednesday ran an investigation of the profile and found ad impressions on the page were minimal, according to the company.

    Adobe did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNN.

    The issue comes as X has been trying to lure advertisers back to the platform after many left in the wake of Elon Musk’s takeover of the company last fall over concerns about content moderation, mass layoffs and general uncertainty over the platform’s direction. Musk said last month that the company still had negative cash flow because of a nearly 50% drop in its core advertising revenue.

    Yaccarino — who joined the company in June, just ahead of a major rebrand from Twitter to X — told CNBC in her first public interview as chief executive last week that many of the platform’s advertisers have returned and that the company is “close to break-even.” She touted the company’s “freedom of speech, not freedom of reach” policy, which aims to limit the reach of so-called lawful but awful content on the platform and to protect brands from having their ads appear alongside such content.

    X last week said it had rolled out additional brand safety controls for advertisers, including the ability to avoid having their ads show next to “targeted hate speech, sexual content, gratuitous gore, excessive profanity, obscenity, spam, drugs.” In addition to human content moderation reviewers that monitor for content that violates the platform’s rules, X says it has automated software that determines where and how ads are placed on the platform.

    “Your ads will only air next to content that is appropriate for you,” Yaccarino said during last week’s interview.

    But Wednesday’s report suggests that the company still has work to do if it wants to avoid monetizing, and placing ads alongside, objectionable content. “Media Matters and other observers have documented how X has remained a dangerous cesspool of content, especially for advertisers,” Wednesday’s report states. Media Matters says it has also documented instances of brands’ ads being placed next to content from Holocaust denial and white nationalist accounts.

    No brands had specifically targeted the pro-Nazi account identified in Wednesday’s report for their advertisements, according to X.

    While she did not publicly comment on the ads appearing alongside pro-Nazi content, Yaccarino did post on X Wednesday that, “Sensitivity Settings is live globally in the X Ads Manager — making it even simpler for all advertisers to find the right balance between reach and suitability.”

    X says it is looking into expanding its brand safety controls to apply at the profile level.
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    “He was the most prodigious personification of all human inferiorities. He was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies, but cursed with the keen intuition of a rat or a guttersnipe. He represented the shadow, the inferior part of everybody’s personality, in an overwhelming degree, and this was another reason why they fell for him.”

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    • #77
      Elon Musk endorses antisemitic conspiracy theory that Jews 'push hatred' on white people

      Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, endorsed on Wednesday a post on X espousing baseless antisemitic conspiracy theories that Jewish people are promoting “hatred against whites” and support bringing “hordes of minorities” into western nations, drawing condemnation from Jewish groups and praise from white nationalists and antisemites.

      “You have said the actual truth,” Musk wrote in response.
      What You Need To Know
      • Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, endorsed on Wednesday an antisemitic conspiracy theory that Jewish people are promoting “hatred against whites” and support bringing “hordes of minorities” into western nations
      • It’s a baseless conspiracy theory that has inspired antisemitic and white nationalist mass shooters, including the man who killed 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 and another who killed 10 at a Buffalo, N.Y., grocery store last year.
      • Musk's insistence that the conspiracy is "the actual truth" garnered him praise from white nationalists and antisemites
      • Musk, who has billions in contracts with the U.S. government through his various companies, has increasingly involved himself in American politics in recent months and years, specifically the right-wing


      It’s a baseless conspiracy theory that has inspired antisemitic and white nationalist mass shooters, including the man who killed 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 and another who killed 10 at a Buffalo, N.Y., grocery store last year.

      The back-and-forth began when a user on X, formerly Twitter, posted a PSA from the group Stand Up to Jewish Hate challenging those who say antisemitic statements like “Hitler was right” to not do so anonymously and face the subjects of their bigotry directly. Musk responded in agreement to another user who challenged that PSA with the antisemitic conspiracy theories.

      In other posts, Musk attacked the Anti-Defamation League, a leading group fighting antisemitism, with whom he has feuded in the past. He said without evidence that the organization promotes anti-white and anti-Asian bigotry, later adding “this does not extend to all Jewish communities, but it is not just limited to the ADL.”

      The CEO of the ADL, Jonathan Greenblatt, wrote on X that it was “indisputably dangerous to use one's influence to validate and promote antisemitic theories.”

      Musk was replaced at a meeting of CEOs on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in San Francisco on Thursday by John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate czar, though it's not quite clear why. The event’s organizer did not immediately return a request for comment.

      Musk later met briefly with China’s leader Xi Jinping at another APEC event on Thursday.

      Separately, tech giant IBM pulled their advertising from X after the left-leaning nonprofit Media Matters published a report finding IBM ads — as well as those from other brands including Apple and NBCUniversal’s Bravo television network — running next to content “that tout Hitler and his Nazi Party.”

      Antisemitic posts surged on X after Musk bought the platform last year and reinstated some of the most vehemently bigoted accounts.

      “IBM has zero tolerance for hate speech and discrimination and we have immediately suspended all advertising on X while we investigate this entirely unacceptable situation,” the company said in a statement to the Financial Times on Thursday.

      The White House condemned Musk's social media post, calling it a "abhorrent promotion of Antisemitic and racist hate" that "runs against our core values as Americans."

      “It is unacceptable to repeat the hideous lie behind the most fatal act of Antisemitism in American history at any time, let alone one month after the deadliest day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust," said White House spokesperson Andrew Bates, adding: "We all have a responsibility to bring people together against hate, and an obligation to speak out against anyone who attacks the dignity of their fellow Americans and compromises the safety of our communities.”

      But the praise Musk received from some of the most bigoted actors in American politics was much louder.

      “This is the richest man in the world. And one of the top Twitter users with 160 million followers, casually drawing a link between Jewish influence and anti-white hatred,” trumpeted Nick Fuentes, a leader of an antisemitic far-right youth movement who has praised Adolf Hitler and denied the Holocaust. Fuentes marched at the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017 and notably dined with former President Donald Trump alongside antisemitic rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, last year.


      The official account for Gab.com, an antisemitic social media website used by the Pittsburgh synagogue gunman, celebrated that Musk was beginning to ask the," JQ," seemingly short for “Jewish Question," a term frequently used by antisemites.

      “We’re winning hearts and minds,” Gab CEO Andrew Torba wrote on his platform.

      Without addressing her boss’ endorsement of the antisemitic conspiracy theory, X CEO Linda Yaccarino posted that their company “has always been very clear that discrimination by everyone should STOP across the board.”

      “When it comes to this platform — X has also been extremely clear about our efforts to combat antisemitism and discrimination,” Yaccarino wrote. “There's no place for it anywhere in the world — it's ugly and wrong. Full stop.”

      Musk, who has billions in contracts with the U.S. government through his various companies, has increasingly involved himself in American politics in recent months and years, specifically the right-wing. Beyond his ownership one of the world’s most prominent platforms for politicians, journalists and activists, he attended a meeting with Senate leaders on artificial intelligence in September, co-hosted Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ presidential announcement, interviewed another 2024 Republican contender Vivek Ramaswamy, visited the U.S. border to discuss immigration with officials there and posts often — sometimes dozens of times a day — about the various political subjects that interest him.

      On Thursday alone, he posted about the war in Ukraine, transgender medical care, why Americans were not the worst offenders in the history of slavery, immigration at the southern border, the Wednesday night pro-Palestinian protest outside the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters and New York City municipal government budget cuts.

      Musk has previously defended his past posts, telling CNBC in May that he is not an antisemite, but a "prosemite."
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      By golly, the hate campaign HAS begun....

      I think that is that "free speech" that the Twitter board "feared" when Musk announced he was buying them up...

      If Elon Musk gets even one corporation to delete their twitter sponsorship simply by casually endorsing an anti-Semitic tweet, it will be the most predictable thing ever.

      So far the tally includes IBM, Apple, Disney, Comcast, Warner Bros Discovery, Paramount Global and Lions Gate Entertainment.


      “He was the most prodigious personification of all human inferiorities. He was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies, but cursed with the keen intuition of a rat or a guttersnipe. He represented the shadow, the inferior part of everybody’s personality, in an overwhelming degree, and this was another reason why they fell for him.”

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      • #78


        This Apartheid Trust Fund baby!!!
        “Loyalty to country ALWAYS. Loyalty to government, when it deserves it.”
        Mark Twain

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        • #79
          As Advertisers Flee, Elon Musk Doubles Down On ... Pizzagate



          With his social media site bleeding cash and advertisers bolting after he amplified antisemitism and a report emerged that claimed ads were placed on the site alongside pro-Nazi content, Elon Musk on Tuesday revisited the conspiracy theory well and fished out ... Pizzagate.

          “Does seem at least a little suspicious,” Musk wrote in a post on X, formerly Twitter, Tuesday morning alongside a meme about the widely discredited 2016-era conspiracy. By Tuesday evening, the post was deleted.

          “Pizzagate is real,” the six-panel image, featuring characters from “The Office,” reads. “They trafficked children.”


          elon musk deleted tweet


          The meme also asserts that “experts” who discredited the conspiracy have been arrested for sexually exploiting children. Musk sought to substantiate the claim by linking to an article about a former ABC News reporter pleading guilty to child pornography charges.

          The widely debunked conspiracy, peddled by far-right personalities like Alex Jones in the final days of the 2016 election, claimed a child sex trafficking ring was operating out of the basement of a D.C.-area pizza shop frequented by high-profile politicians including Hillary Clinton.

          No evidence supports the claim ― the building doesn’t even have a basement ― though that didn’t stop fringe elements from violently descending on the establishment.


          The ABC reporter in question never wrote an article debunking the conspiracy. He was, however, featured in a fabricated New York Post headline this summer alleging he had, which proceeded to go viral on X.

          In December 2016, a 28-year-old man, egged on by YouTube videos about theory, fired an assault rifle inside the restaurant and threatened employees, believing he was “standing up against a corrupt system that kidnaps, tortures and rapes babies.”

          He later pleaded guilty to federal charges and acknowledged his “intel” wasn’t “100 percent.”

          In a different incident, another man attempted to set fire to the building.

          The post is Musk’s second Pizzagate-related missive in a little over a week. Last week, he amplified a message attempting to tie Media Matters to the owner of the pizza restaurant.

          Musk is currently suing the media watchdog after it published a report about major brands’ ads appearing alongside posts promoting Nazism.

          It’s unclear when (or how) Musk might get his advertisers to come back, but his ongoing flirtation with conspiracy theories and bigots on his platform don’t appear to be helping matters.

          And his past is coming back to haunt him: Commenters on Tuesday seized on the Pizzagate post to question Musk’s own proximity to Jeffrey Epstein, a high-profile businessman who died in 2019 while awaiting sex trafficking charges in a federal jail in Manhattan.

          Prior to his death, Epstein suggested he’d advised Musk on various business matters. Spokespeople for Musk have denied the claim.

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          You...fucking...MORON.

          I could be wrong, but I think this is what the Twitter board was afraid of....not "free speech"
          “He was the most prodigious personification of all human inferiorities. He was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies, but cursed with the keen intuition of a rat or a guttersnipe. He represented the shadow, the inferior part of everybody’s personality, in an overwhelming degree, and this was another reason why they fell for him.”

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          • #80
            The End of Elon Musk

            https://www.sfgate.com/sf-culture/ar...w-18524602.php


            Secretly, I’d prefer it if the richest men on Earth were special. I know that there are genuinely exceptional people out there, because I’ve watched Steph Curry play basketball. So it’s only fair of me to want our most successful businesspeople to be people of comparable, if not greater, talent. That’s how I thought of the Waltons and Gateses of the world when I was a middle schooler. And in a just world (ha!), I would have been not only right to think it, but happy to KNOW it. If these men really were great, then the socioeconomic system that elevated them would also be great. And fair.

            Which brings me to Elon Musk. At one point in his career, Musk was the heir apparent to the late Steve Jobs. He ran multiple tech corporations at once and seemingly did so with élan, and with genuine interest in improving the lives of his customers. He launched the first reusable space rockets. He had nascent plans to reinvent modern public transit with a “Hyperloop” that could shoot you from LA in San Francisco in 36 tidy minutes. He made Tesla’s patents available to all, and described his reason for doing so with simple brilliance:

            “If we’re all in a ship together, and there’s some holes in the ship and we’re sort of bailing water out … and we have a great design for a bucket … even if we’re bailing out way better than everybody else, we should probably still share the bucket design. Because we’re all going to sink.”

            That Elon Musk was the naive person’s idea of what a billionaire should be. But we’re all a little bit wiser now, whereas Musk is no longer as articulate, nor as magnanimous, as he once was. He delivered final proof of that yesterday at the New York Times’ DealBook summit, in which he had the following bizarre exchange with journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin.

            A bit of background is required here. A little over a year ago, Musk — already the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and founder of the Boring Company — bought Twitter after making an obscene offer for it seemingly on a lark. Then he tried to back out of the deal by inventing whatever reasons he could find in his desk, and then bought it anyway when he realized that the die was cast. After that, he rebranded Twitter as X, laid off so many staffers that quality control on the platform became all but nonexistent, turned its verification system into a subscription service for thirsty MAGA losers, and watched his new company’s revenues drop by 50% and its American user base drop by nearly 20%.

            A smarter billionaire might have cut his losses with X and turned his focus back to minting ugly Cybertrucks. But Musk has put all of his energy, to the great detriment of his other assets, into reshaping X in his own image instead, replete with antisemitic tropes out of the Illinois Nazi playbook and a tacit effort to revive the long-debunked Pizzagate conspiracy. This is because — and I’m not exaggerating — Musk truly believes that he who controls X also controls the world. His exchange with Sorkin yesterday, the entirety of which you can watch on the New York Times’ YouTube channel, all but proves it.

            It also proves that he’s a real tit.

            After many big-name companies withdrew their advertising from X in the wake of Musk’s continued hate speech, he used his exchange with Sorkin to respond to those companies thusly:

            “Don’t advertise,” he said to the audience. “If someone is going to try to blackmail me with advertising? Blackmail me with money? Go f—k yourself. Go. F—k. Yourself. Is that clear? I hope it is. Hey Bob [Iger, CEO of Disney]! If you’re in the audience. That’s how I feel. Don’t advertise.”

            Here is where Sorkin had to give Musk a bit of pragmatic business advice. I, like Sorkin, am a journalist and lemme tell you: You’re in BIG trouble if one of US understands how to make a profit better than you do.

            “I understand that,” Sorkin told Musk with the utmost professionalism. “But there’s a reality too, right? I mean [X CEO] Linda Yaccarino is right here and she’s got to sell advertising!”

            Musk, who appeared both high and made of plywood, responded with a reality of his own:

            “Actually, what this advertising boycott is going to do is, it’s going to kill the company. And the whole world will know that those advertisers killed the company, and we will document it in great detail.”

            Here Musk looked out to the audience, expecting vehement agreement, perhaps even applause. He was greeted with dead silence instead. Sorkin, still residing in the correct reality, told Musk, “But those advertisers, I imagine they’re going to say, ‘WE didn’t kill the company.’”


            And here is where Musk revealed his delusion to all. “Oh yeah?” he shot back. “Tell it to Earth.”

            “Tell it to Earth.” If you imagine Will Smith delivering that line, it REALLY hits. But this was coming from a purported titan of industry, who was seemingly unaware that no one gives a holy s—t about his social media platform anymore. “Twitter isn’t real life” is a tired sound bite, but it’s never been more true than now. You really are screaming into the void when you post there. But Musk, who told Sorkin that he believed data to be more valuable than gold, remains committed to the idea that owning X means owning the chief information exchange for all of this planet’s 8 billion citizens. He thinks he can Thanos Snap wars and recessions into being merely by posting a recycled Pepe the Frog meme from 2016 on there. There is no reasoning with someone who is so megalomaniacal and so, SO stupid.

            But god bless Sorkin, he tried. For a f—king hour, Sorkin, who is Jewish, sat there and endured a fusillade of Musk’s choicest bulls—t, including the following statements:

            - “My mind often feels like a very wild storm.”
            - “There is a natural affinity, therefore, for persecuted groups. This has led to the funding of organizations that essentially promote any persecuted group, or any group with the perception of persecution. This includes radical Islamic groups.”
            - “Over time it’ll be obvious that, in fact, far from being antisemitic, I’m in fact philosemitic. And all the evidence in my track record would support that.”
            - “Actually it’s pretty rare for something frankly that is hateful [on X] to be promoted.” (Fact check alert for Elon)
            - “My aspiration is to do as much good as possible, and to be as productive as possible, within the bounds of what is legal.”
            - “There are probably 100 million regulations that my companies comply with and there’re probably five that we don’t, and if we disagree with some of those regulations, it’s because we think the regulation that is meant to do good doesn’t actually do good.”
            - “There are on the order of 2 billion Muslims in the world and I think a much smaller number of Jewish people. … So if you just look at content production just on a sheer numbers basis, it’s going to be overwhelmingly antisemitic.”

            The above mix of lies and braggadocio — including Musk using Tesla’s open-source policy as a form of self-defense rather than a wise bit of industrial altruism — is what people who still use X now confront every time they attempt to do a basic search on that platform. That’s why so few of us use it anymore, and that’s why advertisers are now backing out in droves. Those companies are hardly to blame for X’s downfall, and Sorkin tried to make that clear to his guest.

            “But they’re going to say, Elon, that you killed the company,” he told Musk, “Because you said these things, and that they were inappropriate things, and that they didn’t feel comfortable on the platform. That’s what they’re going to say.”

            To which Musk replied, with unearned smugness, “Let’s see how Earth responds to that.”

            Ah well, allow me to respond on behalf of the Earth: The brands are right. No one gives a f—k about X anymore, and no one will be outraged when you — yes, you, Elon Musk — have finally killed it. The days of serial tweeters like me lamenting the days of Twitter Classic are over. We’ve gone elsewhere and use X only sparingly, and only as a necessary evil. Without us, and without any advertising support, X will soon make no money of any sort, and you’ll be left only with the occasional $8 a month from @FreedomBob69.

            Oh wait, but here’s more reality for you, Elon! The Cybertruck is already not only a laughingstock, it’s also barely existent on the eve of its launch and, by your own admission, won’t turn a profit until a year and a half from now at the earliest. The Boring Company, established to make the Hyperloop a reality, has only built a glorified parking ramp in Vegas after burning through nearly $800 million in VC funding. Tesla’s revenues are sinking as the big automakers roll out their own EVs that are more appealing than your four-wheeled bachelor pads. Your company SpaceX will fail in its doomed mission to make humans a multiplanetary species, and its rockets won’t stop blowing up.

            And your biography sucked.

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            I wonder how the economics, as Sorkin put it, are working when you say go fuck yourself?


            Last edited by tbm3fan; 01 Dec 23,, 22:38.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by tbm3fan View Post
              "Musk, who appeared both high and made of plywood, responded with a reality of his own..."

              Can't think of three better ways of summing up Elon Musk.

              “He was the most prodigious personification of all human inferiorities. He was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies, but cursed with the keen intuition of a rat or a guttersnipe. He represented the shadow, the inferior part of everybody’s personality, in an overwhelming degree, and this was another reason why they fell for him.”

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              • #82
                https://www.theregister.com/2023/12/...international/

                Swedish Tesla strike goes international as Norwegian and Danish unions join in


                Finland too has joined the party!!!
                Here in Scandinavia they take anti-Union sentiments very seriously indeed!!!

                When we blindly adopt a religion, a political system, a literary dogma, we become automatons. We cease to grow. - Anais Nin

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                • #83
                  X now worth 71% less than when Musk bought it, Fidelity estimates

                  X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is worth 71% less now than it was when Elon Musk bought it in late 2022, according to Fidelity.

                  The investment group made the valuation on Monday, the second time it dropped the value of X in 2023, Axios reports. Musk had purchased the social media giant for $44 billion.

                  Fidelity was part of the investment group that helped Musk take over Twitter in a deal consisting of $33.5 billion in equity, with the remainder financed with debt to convert it into a privately held company after the deal closed in October 2022.

                  Twitter and Fidelity did not immediately respond to requests for comment from FOX Business.



                  Musk had been deeply critical of Twitter prior to his acquisition and renaming of the company, arguing that it posed a threat to democracy and civilization itself. He argued the platform had been propagating a left-wing "mind virus" due to the basic bias of the company's leadership and employee base.

                  Musk fired thousands upon thousands of employees in the opening months of his leadership at X, and he has maintained a cavalier attitude toward advertisers and threats to pull away from the platform.

                  Musk told advertisers leaving the platform to "go f--- yourself" in late November.

                  "What this advertising boycott is going to do is, it is going to kill the company," Musk said. "And the whole world will know that those advertisers killed the company."

                  In response to Disney CEO Bob Iger, who earlier discussed Disney pulling advertising from the platform, Musk didn't hold back.

                  "Don't advertise. If someone is going to try and blackmail me with advertising? Blackmail me with money? Go f--- yourself," Musk said, adding: "Go f--- yourself, is that clear? Hey Bob, if you're in the audience. That's how I feel, don't advertise."

                  During the interview, Musk also apologized for endorsing an antisemitic conspiracy theory in response to a post on X that helped fuel an advertiser exodus.

                  Musk's comments come just days after he visited Israel, where he toured a kibbutz attacked by Hamas terrorists and held talks with top leaders.
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                  Translation: Anti-Semitic crybaby born with a silver spoon in his ass is suddenly very sorry for wrecking massive media company with his tantrums and idiocy.
                  “He was the most prodigious personification of all human inferiorities. He was an utterly incapable, unadapted, irresponsible, psychopathic personality, full of empty, infantile fantasies, but cursed with the keen intuition of a rat or a guttersnipe. He represented the shadow, the inferior part of everybody’s personality, in an overwhelming degree, and this was another reason why they fell for him.”

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