Annoyed David Drayman returns to Twitter after claiming he will ‘never’ reactivate his account on the platform

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deranged confrontation leader David Dryman Officially activated His Twitter account After nearly seven years of absence.

The 48-year-old Hawaii-based rocker said of his comeback, “Go back to Twitter because I’m tired of watching from the sidelines for the last number of years. Yes, the social media world is still a bunch of social media., but I thought it Maybe it’s time to go back, only this time, in a protective suit…, to celebrate and condemn. Too much manipulation, too many people attacking each other, too much tribalism, hateful signs of virtue. Too many hateful keyboard warriors using what It should be, and can be, a way to bring us together, to make us only feel more divided. Not me. Just truth, no nonsense, no troll wars. I’ll do my best to be a light in the dark here.”

DrymanThe decision to reactivate his account comes seven years after deleting his presence on Twitter And more than three years after he said it would “never come back” to the social media platform.

back in 2018, Dryman،, who once said he spent more time online connecting with his fan base than any other musician Laudwire He is no longer able to keep in touch with his fans as much as he used to. “No, I can’t be on the same level by any means, which is unfortunate,” he said. “It’s also just a matter of pure numbers. Once I got to a point where I could no longer handle sheer size and volume, it became a daunting thing—it became something that really happened between me and my wife; he spent a lot of time on it.”

He continued, “The waters are poisoned for a while in terms of interaction. Social media has become a high school playground where the challenge is what idiot can bring the best insult, and you end up congratulating them” for it. It’s really sad. Either people are just shoving their own ideas on everyone, trying to shove everything down everyone else’s throat, too much elitism and a lack of camaraderie and a lack of loneliness. It has become an ugly thing.

Pressed on whether he has plans to reopen an official one day Twitter the account, Dryman He said at the time, “No, never. I will never go back to it Twitter. “

In August 2018, Dryman admitted to Sirius XM Octane That while he had no official presence in Twitter After he deleted his official account, he still uses the platform” as a news tool. I still have ‘Shadow’ Twitter Account,” he explained. But I don’t tweet, I don’t say anything. It’s just there so I can get my news.”

Dryman fought in the past with Twitter Trolls who harassed him about his sometimes controversial views regarding Israel and its ongoing conflict with the Palestinians. Dryman He had frequent intense exchanges with followers on TwitterSome believe that Israel is not innocent of blame in the ongoing conflict with the Palestinians.

DrymanThe son of Israelis and grandson of Holocaust survivors, he spent most of 2014 and early 2015 linking articles to conservative and pro-Israel blogs and often used his fame to speak out against anti-Semitism.

Last month , Dryman He said he has lost thousands of his followers on social media since his trip to Israel was announced in November.

On November 30 Dryman A candle is lit at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel at the site in the Old City of the attack that killed a South African immigrant Eli Kay. He later claimed that he lost 4,000 followers after posting photos of his “demonstration” at the Western Wall.

although David – who has about 200 relatives living in Israel – has visited the country many times before, derangedThe band’s show in July 2019 in Tel Aviv was the band’s first performance in the Jewish state.

derangedSong “It will never happen again”, from 2010 “seek refuge” The album, he wrote about the Holocaust and appeals to people who deny it.

Each of DrymanHis maternal grandparents were Bergen-Belsen concentration camp survivors, while many others were wiped out by the Nazis on his mother’s side.

It was shown in the United States Holocaust Museum Dryman in that “Voices in Anti-Semitism” Podcasts.

In the last years, Dryman speak against Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDSThe campaign calling for economic pressure on Israel to end the occupation of Palestinian lands, granting Arab citizens equal rights and recognizing the right of return for Palestinian refugees.

Two and a half years ago, Dryman talk to may be Radio where to call BDS Calls for “idiots” and “Nazis in suits”.



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