After overthrowing American backed government, Twitter says Taliban are welcome

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The Taliban spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid hasn’t violated the Twitter terms of service, so he is allowed to remain on the platform. His organization has just stolen billions of dollars in American military equipment including guns, ammunition, vehicles, drones, and attack helicopters. They just overthrew the American-backed government of Afghanistan and killed thousands along their two-week trek to the capital city of Kabul.

Now, when asked why an international terrorist organization like the Taliban which also released hundreds, if not thousands of ISIS and Al Qaeda prisoners from jail, can stay on Twitter, the company said they have not yet broken any of Twitter’s rules.

President Donald Trump and many conservative Americans have been banned for questioning things like the mental capacity of Joe Biden, vaccination effectiveness, COVID-19 alternative treatments, and protesting against President Joe Biden.

A group that violently seized an American-backed government after twenty years of war is allowed to stay. America, you now know which team Twitter plays for,


The Taliban today used Twitter to announce their first public press conference with the new leaders of the leader of the new rogue nation, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Zabihullah Mujahid.

“Today at 5:00 PM at the Media Center in Kabul, I have my first press conference with Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate. Media representatives and journalists can visit the center,” the Taliban spokesman tweeted.

Donald Trump, Jr., the son of former President Trump and one of the few people in the Trump inner circle who has not yet been banned by Twitter responded, “I guess actually doing a real insurrection doesn’t count as breaking the rules anymore?!?”

When asked why by Mediaite, Twitter responded, “We will continue to proactively enforce our rules on the glorification of violence, platform manipulation, and spam.”

It added that the people of Afghanistan need to hear from their new leader and receive communications, citing they are, “witnessing people in the country using Twitter to seek help and assistance.”

The Twitter account owned by the Taliban has called Afghans sympathetic to the former U.S.-backed government, “American slaves”.

Often the Taliban would launch attacks against Afghanistan government troops, then hide within the civilian population. After the government forces retaliated, the Taliban Twitter account would come to of hiding to show the destruction to the local civilian population left in the wake, blaming the U.S. and government forces for ‘unprovoked’ attacks.

On Twitter, the Taliban would use that footage as propaganda in its war against the U.S. and the Afghan government.

The Taliban often post graphic images of their battles and descriptions of disgracing enemy corpses.

“This afternoon, an operation force of the enemy was attacked in the Kanjak area of Logar province,” the Taliban posted last week. “As a result of the attack, a soldier was killed, his body was left on the battlefield and a tank, a pistol and some ammunition were seized by Mujahidin.”