- Oct 30, 2015
I guess you dont work in Software as I think you are overestimating the amount of effort required to put together a web site like Parler or the cost of hosting it meaning that you seem to believe that there is a large amount of organisation or money required to get it up and running.Don't believe it for one second..
This is planned years in advance - It's like saying We created a vaccine in 6 months and all is ok.
We've heard this all before - Gates, Zuckerberg.. etc, and now this character,... are all just rentboys who have bent over for a good rogering by the puppeteers.
Of course you may be correct and there could be shady characters behind the scenes pulling the strings but this sounds way too over complicated a plot to me.
The more obvious explanation is that is that this guy is one of the standard geeky types that populate the software development ecosystem whose idea of fun is staying up all night day after day working on whatever project that is interesting to them at that moment in time This is very very common among software developers, I have been regularly coming across people like this and projects like this for years and with this kind of focus you can get something like Parer developed remarkably quickly.
Of course for 99.99 per cent of these projects never end up with a viable commercial project but thats not surprising as the developers aren't driven by that, they are doing this for fun - the entire open source model replies on this.
Of course if it is successful that there will come a point in time when Parler will float and at that point people willing to pay lots of money will end up calling the shots and then who knows.,
But for now if you are going to come up with a complicated story about dark forces behind Parler you need to come up with some evidence as to me it seems my simple explanation is so obvious and believable and so generally unremarkable that it is most likey the correct explanation..