The first troll world tour to happen in Europe is about to kick off, and it’s going to be bigger than you ever imagined.
A total of 20,000 people from around the world will gather in the capital city of Vienna, Austria, for the grand opening of the “Internet trolls tour” this summer.
It’s the largest online tour in Europe, with thousands of participants taking part.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a troll world in my life,” said one participant, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of repercussions.
“It’s really exciting.
It’s going on in the real world and in front of the camera.”
The trolls tour has also drawn criticism.
A number of European governments have demanded that all online content be blocked.
In response, Twitter said that it would block all accounts and websites in the country that it considered to be inciting hate speech.
The company also banned the account of a troll, the leader of a right-wing group, and the website of a prominent German anti-fascist group.
The trolling tour is also attracting criticism for the way it has been planned.
The organizers are claiming to have the biggest troll tour ever, but that’s not true, said the participant.
It was actually planned for only one day, and was meant to be just a few hundred participants, he said.
“If you’re going to do a troll tour, you have to plan it properly.”
The tour has been called “an enormous publicity stunt.”
The troll tour was initially planned as a way to promote Twitter and its new “global community” initiative, but now it has become a publicity stunt.
Twitter has removed more than 6,000 accounts from its platform in the last three months, with only around 2,500 people getting banned from its service.
The organizers say they have removed a total of about 1,400 accounts since the tour started, with about 500 being deleted.
Some of those accounts were linked to far-right and anti-Semitic groups.
The trolls are taking part in a tour that was supposed to take place in Vienna, but has now been moved to Berlin, the Netherlands.
It has been cancelled in the Netherlands due to safety concerns.
“We can’t guarantee safety in the future,” the organizer said.
But many trolls have already started to return to their home countries, with the majority of participants heading to Germany, Germany, Austria and France.
“What we have seen in the past months is a lot of the participants have come back to Europe, to the Netherlands, Germany and France,” the participant said.
Some of the tour’s participants have even been arrested.
The organizer said that a few days ago, they arrested a member of a far-left group in Germany for inciting hatred and racism.
The troll world is in its fourth year, with organizers saying they are expecting about 50,000 participants in total.
The tour is expected to run for at least two years, with an end date to be announced.