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Elon Musk and Twitter Have Major Problems


Never trust anything that can think for itself and you don’t know where it keeps its brain -

J.K.Rowling as quoted by Cynthia Storer former CIA analyst -Bin Laden

Over four years ago I published an article on the importance of the human being who is responsible for creating AI algorithms. I argued that algorithms would only be as good as the person who creates them. For my essay entitled The Utility of a Psychoanalytic Mentality concerning Artificial Intelligence and the Jihadis: The Need to Integrate Maternal Attachment and the Shame of the Jihadis into those Algorithms

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Two days ago, this reality was driven home to me and proven when my Twitter account was blocked allegedly for being “violent”! Ironically and, in fact, I was arguing against the jihadi “mullah terror entity” i.e. the Iranian regime that has murdered countless innocent men, women and children. Who is the violent one here? Talk about a defective AI program! The demand by Twitter that I delete the Tweet is cited herein with my embedded tweet in bold:

Delete Tweet

Tweet 1 of 1

Violating our rules against abuse and harassment.

You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so.

This includes wishing or hoping that someone experiences physical harm

Nancy kobrin;


@AviKaner @CENTCOM @IAFsite @usairforce The mullas will have permanent insomnia soon and they

deserve it. What a show of force = a

Nov 13, 2022, 10:41 PM

By clicking Delete, you acknowledge that your Tweet violated the Twitter Rules.


If you think we've made a mistake, submit an appeal to us. Please note that should you do so, your account will remain locked while we review your appeal.

I appealed to no avail.

I follow Avi Kaner who is Principal at Samawal Foundations LLC daily. His tweets are always brilliantly succinct, effective and compassionate. I had retweeted one of his and added a comment to it. I was stunned, but only for a moment, when Twitter blocked me. I subsequently ran the tweet passed a couple of colleagues including Professor Gunther Jikeli, who is Director of the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism at Indiana University. He had just circulated the following report entitled Conversations About Jews on Twitter: Recent Developments Since Elon Musk’s Takeover found here:

Indiana University also happens to be my alma mater for my Bachelor’s Degree. When I was a student, there was no Department of Jewish Studies and no Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism. Only because of the hard work of Professor Emeritus Alvin Rosenfeld does Indiana University now benefit from this ground-breaking work. It was at IU where I experienced antisemitism for the first time.

I sent Professor Jikeli the screen shot of my tweet. He replied that he saw nothing wrong with it but the “Algorithms may have detected”:

will have permanent insomnia soon and they deserve it.

Finally, another colleague, Dalia Levine, PhD, commented:

“[And] I thought Elon Musk was allowing everything? Not that I see anything wrong with this.”

And so, it goes. Twitter continues to be even more than problematic than before. It silences the very individuals who are not the problem, not the perpetrators. Just who is the jihadi terrorist here? Twitter’s skewed AI program demonstrates its glaring defectiveness and potential for inciting violence. I will not delete my Tweet. I stand by it precisely because I do not trust “something” that allegedly thinks for itself and yet I do not know where it keeps its brain.

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Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin, Ph.D.

Psychoanalyst Counter Terrorist Expert

Psychoanalyst Counter Terrorist Expert

The aim of this blog is to promote and advance an understanding of the relationship of early childhood to the jihadis’ violent behavior and externalized hatred. Many aspects of culture will be addressed in order to do a deep dive and a deep dig into the unconscious behavior behind all the political ideologies and the verbiage. 


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