Seeing privileged Westerners complaining about their miniscule issues relating to their reactions to an online dictator in #TwitterMigration, makes me extra mindful of war, climate, and other human refugees who need to physically relocate their homes from one country to another and don’t have any support systems at all.
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@chrisaldrich I feel called out by this so I have to say… I think it makes a lot of sense to talk about authoritarian control over our lives by billionaires. And this moment is a good opportunity to point out a pretty obvious example of how large parts of our lives are under their control.
It is a middle class white male privilege to easily migrate from one platform to another, that we forget that it’s the only platform for some