I’m beginning to wonder if you have a literacy problem. My post was about a German comedian Sophie Passmann and her joke. I have never used Twitter, I don’t care what T&Cs are imposed on users.
If you read the post, particularly the background information, you might (just might) understand that it would only seem amusing to a fan of Passmann’s. OK, that’s no reason to remove it, so what prompted people to demand its removal? No complaint has ever been made to German TV about the sketch the comedian refers to. So it was just self righteous Twitter users who decided to be offended on behalf of people they had never met, people who might not even exist, in order to impose their moral prejudices on others.

That explains my post. As for your comment, it makes no sense at all. Absolute right to use Twitter? WTF? The problem is about people who think they have an absolute righte to dictate to others what we can and cannot say. Does that sould like anyone you know?

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