Former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter Gets Booted Off Twitter for Alleged “Abuse and Harassment”

No one is safe from Big Tech purges these days. 

Just ask former Marine Corps intelligence officer and UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter.

On April 6, he was suspended from Twitter for allegedly committing “abuse and harassment.”  Anya Parampil, a journalist at the Grayzone, noted the following: 

Twitter suspended former UN weapons inspector @RealScottRitter for the tweet below.

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Twitter claims Ritter committed “abuse and harassment.” He was obviously targeted because he threatens the narrative. 

He appealed the suspension but we must demand @Twitter bring him back.”


Ritter has given the most nuanced coverage of what’s going on in Ukraine. Whereas the corporate press has put out schizophrenic perspectives that range from Russia massacring civilians left and right to Russia getting ready for a broader European blitzkrieg to the Ukrainians handing Russia its very own Afghanistan, Ritter has provided a balanced take that points out Russia’s considerable military advantage and primary focus on securing the breakaway republics in Eastern Ukraine — the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. 

In addition, Ritter has exposed false flag attempts and tried to dispel alleged cases of war crimes going down in Ukraine. The latter is the pretext many Western nations will use to prompt NATO involvement in Ukraine. 

Ritter has recently made appearances on prominent dissident geopolitics YouTube channels such as The Duran, The Grayzone, and Gerald Celente

When it comes to reforming American foreign policy, Ritter is among the most insightful commentators on matters concerning realism and restraint. From opposing intervention in China to Iran, Ritter is a voice of sanity in foreign policy circles. 

The fact he puts forward a dissenting perspective on foreign policy is sufficient grounds for him to get unpersoned. Social media platforms are more than just private institutions. They’re public squares where major political discourse takes place. 

On top of that, many of these platforms have curious connections with the intelligence agencies and function as de facto private enforcers of the Deep State. When the government can’t silence dissenting voices, private companies are more than willing to do the trick. 

For now, Ritter can be found on Telegram.

Anti-war voices need to get loud on Twitter and make sure Twitter reactivates his account. If we want to avoid a potential nuclear war, having voices like Ritter on Twitter is key.