a recent press release from the Anti-Defamation League.
Unsurprisingly, the ADL is “an inaugural member” of the Trust & Safety Council, and will presumably be “advising” Twitter. In reality, the ADL will be in all likelihood dictating to Twitter (and other social media companies, no doubt) what to allow on their platform.
Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the ADL, released a statement highlighting the ADL’s partnership with Twitter:
ADL has been tracking, exposing, and responding to hate online since 1985, and we’re honored to be one of the inaugural members of the Twitter Trust & Safety Council announced today. Fighting cyberhate has never been more critical. As the world has seen, extremists like ISIS are using social media as a primary tool to recruit followers and incite terrorism.
For our part, monitoring channels like Twitter and responding to hate online is one leg of the stool. We take that responsibility seriously and have established best practices for countering online hate that have been endorsed by the leading social media platforms. But we also need to make every effort to grasp how terror networks utilize social media platforms in order to find creative and effective approaches to help mitigate the threat, even as we work to educate our youth to foster tolerance in society.Of course, organizations like the Anti-Defamation League make a mockery of the concept of free speech, demanding that any speech critical of Israel, Jews, or the various destructive agendas promoted by the organized Jewish community – wars in the Middle East, massive non-White immigration to the West, “multiculturalism” and “diversity” (read: White genocide), homosexuality, transgenderism, pornography, etc. – be shut down. The only identifiable group of people you are allowed to criticize and trash in mainstream, politically correct society is White people. The notion that the ADL is concerned about ISIS – a terrorist group largely manufactured by the Jewish owned and controlled mass media which is directly funded, equipped, and facilitated by various Western intelligence agencies and Israel – using the Internet to recruit “jihadis” is simply a ruse designed to advance their tyrannical, anti-free speech agenda.
The organized Jewish community has long sought to partner with social media giants like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube in an effort to combat “online hatred” and “anti-Semitism,” i.e., making basic, factual statements about Jews and their power, influence, and subversive agenda in the West. It is simply outrageous that companies like Twitter and Facebook, as well as various federal, state, and local governmental and law enforcement agencies, continue to partner with tyrannical organizations such as the ADL whose sole purpose is to advance explicitly Jewish interests.