ARE THE AIDS AND EBOLA ARTICLES KILLING THEM SOFTLY ON TWITTER?
The countries responsible for Aids and Ebola in Africa try to sabotage our work because they find our articles a threat
Do we have to trust Twitter when you are not responsible for any rule violation?
Since 2009, I opened my Twitter account I have never violated any of their rules because I am not interested in buying followers or do anything against Twitter's rules to lead to the suspension of my account. But on the morning of Wednesday, November 16, 2016), I couldn't log into Twitter.
The message I got from Twitter is "I have violated a rule but that violation wasn't specified. All efforts to get back on Twitter is futile. Every instruction is followed but still haven't got my Twitter page back. The only message I have been receiving repeatedly from Twitter is: "We will call you with a verification code," but the call never came.
I have over six thousand followers and as usual, I follow everyone that follows me. But before I couldn't log into my page, I saw that all those I am following have disappeared while a little over five thousand are following me. I will, therefore, ask Twitter where are those (6,000) I am following? Because I am not responsible for that rule violation they have penalized me for.
Those who commit crimes against humanity or always trying to harm others, don't have the head to think of its impact on mankind or society. But they have the head to think of how to frustrate or render someone powerless when they feel that their articles are a threat to them.
Since July 1, 2016, we officially launched the blog "Secrets of Aids, Ebola, Zika and other man-made diseases," those responsible for the medical genocide have been sorely afraid and have done many things either to hack it or pull down the blog.
They hacked my co-writer's Facebook page, thus; Micro-surgeon Johan Van Dongen's articles posted on Facebook couldn't be shared or tagged neither by him nor any of his followers. We are constantly changing e-mails and passwords just to secure our blog.