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So who got twitter to ban an account flagging up adverse articles about Julie Meyer MBE?

By Tom Winnifrith | Tuesday 6 February 2018

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If devout Christian Julie Meyer MBE does not like FACT based articles about her and Ariadne Capital Limited ( now in administration) by City AM, The Evening Standard, The Times, ShareProphets ( an avalanche) and ex employees turned whistleblower such as John Galt posting on LinkedIn she could always send yet another fascist lawyers letter to them. But since all that has been written has been based on fact....

It seems someone, and I cannot think who, has turned their attention to the twitter account @ariadnecapitals which simply tweeted out links to all such articles. Clearly someone does not like the articles. Dear Lord Jesus, my Lord and Saviour, please give me guidance as to who this free speech denier might be. Praise be the Lord.

Anyhow, fear not, this little exercise in free speech denial will only generate more publicity for there is a new account worth following @AriadneBankrupt which appears to have tweeted out links to all the same articles as well as posting this little nugget:


Our sister site ariadnecapitals has been suspended without any warning despite acting in the public interest. Like negative employee reviews and newspaper articles Julie Meyer is determined to stop the truth being told #MeTooTech

I guess I shall have to follow @AriadneBankrupt as will all the increasing numbers of journalists following this tale. And I feel sure that if some free speech denier gets it to disappear there may well ne another account waiting in the wings. 

Is this an example of what is known as the Streisand effect?  Whoever is acting as PR gopher for whoever has done this may wish to reconsider his strategy.  Praise be the Lord.

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