Shervin Pishevar claims that he is exposing companies, but could he merely be hiding something?
Pishevar went on a 21-hour Twitter rant about many things money-related.
Because each of his topics had to do with money, many are calling it a “financial storm,” rather than simply a “tweet storm.”
No matter what kind of storm it is, it arose suddenly.
Before this, Shervin Pishevar has never been known for getting on social media to spew content for 21 hours straight.
Pishevar did take a break during his tweet storm, however, to enjoy dinner.
We all need to fuel our bodies if we want to continue endlessly sharing our thoughts, which is what Pishevar called his tweets: simply “thoughts.”
Why did these thoughts arise, however?
We could speculate that they arose due to Shervin Pishevar being in the media.
Pishevar currently has sexual assault cases against him.
These cases include rape.
If Pishevar is wanting the media to give him some space regarding these cases, it would be natural that he would try to put other topics in the spot light.
The question, however, is are any of the topics worthy of real debate?
Sure, Pishevar spoke about Bitcoin, and many people have money invested in Bitcoin or want to invest.
Pishevar also spoke about big businesses that are making it harder for small businesses to grow.
Pishevar is merely giving us thoughts, however. He is simply giving us his views, his opinions.
None of these opinions are capable of bringing about any real change because the world needs the companies that he mentioned.
His Bitcoin rant won’t scare people into neither selling nor buying Bitcoin because everyone has his own opinion and “thoughts” concerning the future of Bitcoin.
It appears that these rants are indeed random thoughts.
While many do indeed feel that Pishevar went on this rant just to keep the media away from what is happening in his personal life, no one knows another’s true intentions; we don’t know for sure why Shervin Pishevar went on this rant.
It is possible that he ranted simply because these are topics that hold his interest.
— KMOV (@KMOV) May 24, 2018