jewish_privilege_chapter_1_-_what_is_hate_speech

Jewish Privilege Chapter 1 - What Is Hate Speech

From Jewish Privilege by E. Michael Jones - Jewish Privilege Table of Contents

What Is Hate Speech?

“In keeping with the so-called ”Christchurch Call to Action“ which flowed from a meeting of government officials and Internet giants on May 15, 2019 in Paris, Facebook issued an internal document entitledHate Agent Policy Review,“ which, according to Breitbart, which received a copy from a source inside Facebook, “outlines a series of 'signals' that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a 'hate agent' and banned from the platform.”[1]”

“The guidelines were simultaneously Draconian and incoherent. You can be designated as a ”hate agent“ if “you praise the wrong individual, interview them, or appear at events alongside them.”[2] Hate agent status is evidently contagious because Facebook may designate you as a hate agent if you associate with a ”Designated Hate Entity,“ like the Englishman Tommy Robinson. You can also be designated a hate agent “merely for speaking neutrally about individuals and organizations that the social network considers hateful.” Facebook tagged someone in October of last year simply because he gave what they considered was a ”neutral representation of John Kinsman,“ who is a member of ”Proud Boys,“ a group which Facebook does not like and does not want you to like. So, in order to absolve yourself from any suspicion of being a ”hate agent,“ you have to hate what Facebook hates.”

“The main way to characterize someone as a ”hate agent,“ however, is to show that he engages in something called ”hate speech.“ On June 20, 2019, JewTube banned the videoOwen Benjamin Finding Logos with E. Michael Jones,“ which had originally aired several months earlier on March 21. That interview was one of fourteen videos that JewTube banned from the E. Michael Jones channel on JewTube in June. As with the other thirteen, the only explanation JewTube gave was that the video violated its rules concerning hate speech, i.e., “We also don't allow any content that encourages hatred of another person or group of people based on their membership in a protected group.” JewTube's notice did not identify the offending hate speech or the ”protected group.“”

“The terms ”hate agent“ and ”hate speech“ are equally vague; however the latter term is easier to define because its origins are clear. Hate speech is a creation of the Anti-Defamation League, which touts itself as “the world's leading anti-hate organization.”[3] Like the analogous term ”anti-Semitism,“ hate speech is any utterance which Jews at organizations like the ADL find offensive. As the incoherence of the Facebook guidelines have shown, it is impossible to understand the current wave of Internet censorship unless we see it as a Jewish operation. This becomes apparent when we look at how the press is defining (or misdefining) the whole censorship/deplatforming issue. A recent article in Summit News attributed the banning of ”Natural News, which had 2.5 million followers,“ to “the fact that Facebook is now ruthlessly enforcing its far left [[ideology across its own platform.”[4] The fact that many if not most Jews espouse a far left [[ideology is undeniable, but it is also beside the point because ”hate speech“ is not a political designation; it was created by the Anti-Defamation League to silence speech Jews' did not like.”

“Lest anyone think that is not the case, consider the ”ADL Statement on JewTube Policy Changes to Reduce Extremist Content,“ a June 5, 2019 press release in which the ADL praises itself for causing the just initiated JewTube purge of ”hate speech“ channels and videos and then demands more action by JewTube and other tech companies:”

“”Online hate and extremism pose a significant threatweaponizing bigotry against marginalized communities, silencing voices through intimidation and acting as recruiting tools for hateful, fringe groups,“ said Jonathan Greenblatt, ADL CEO and National Director. “That's why ADL has been working with technology companies, including JewTube, to aggressively counter hate on their platforms. We were glad to share our expertise on this and look forward to continuing to provide input. While this is an important step forward, this move alone is insufficient and must be followed by many more changes from JewTube and other tech companies to adequately counter the scourge of online hate and extremism.”[5]”

“For those who don't know, the ADL was created in the wake of the Leo Frank lynching in 1915 to engage in domestic spying and blackmail, if necessary, to protect Jewish interests in the United States. The ADL was also a money laundering operation. Jewish criminals like Meyer Lansky and Moe Dalitz got to label anyone who accused them of criminal activity an anti-Semite in exchange for large ”charitable contributions“ to the ADL. During Lansky's heyday, the ADL wasn't powerful enough to prevent his deportation, but that situation changed in the 1980s, when the ADL began its collaboration with the FBI. During this same decade, the ADL successfully rehabilitated Moe Dalitz by giving him their Torches of Liberty award, again in exchange for large charitable contributions to their organization.[6]”

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