The ADL is a Professional Hate Group

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I fucking hate the ADL.  They exist for one purpose only, and that’s to promote censorship.  They thrive on Antisemitism (legit or otherwise), along with every other form of discrimination (in recent years they have branched out).

These people are in the business of CREATING hate.  If they actually cared about Antisemitism they would support the free exchange of ideas instead of seeking to silence anyone, including Jews (the very people they claim to be protecting) whose views run contrary to the narrative they are trying to push.

The ADL doesn’t care about helping Jews the same way feminists don’t actually give a shit about women.  When it suits their agenda to use them, they’ll use them.  If not, they’ll discard them.

I keep saying this again and again: Antisemitism — both real and imagined — is the ADL’s bread and butter.  Their continued existence depends on the very hatred they claim to be fighting.  Which is why when the supply dwindles, they have to create more of it.  Who profits every time some maniac shoots up a synagogue?  The ADL and other professional hate organizations like the SPLC.

These professional hate groups WANT to push people over the edge.  They promote the far-left conspiracy theory that America is becoming an increasingly worse place for women and minorities, when nothing could be farther from the truth.  And the media indulges them because anger and fear generates clicks.  They gain viewers, subscribers, and social media shares.

Hate has become a very profitable profession, and the particular brand of hatred being peddled has the power to influence elections and ultimately decide the fate of nations.

These professional hate groups have joined forces with the mainstream media to wage a war against the most institutionally-discriminated again group in America: heterosexual white males.  The constant onslaught of racist, sexist rhetoric from these groups (and from bigoted journos and TV hosts like Sarah Jeong, Talia Levin, and Don Lemon) has two purposes:

(1) To push already unstable individuals over the edge to commit acts of violence

(2) To scare minorities and sympathetic “allies” into voting for Democrats

Every new attack reinforces their “white men are the biggest terror threat in this county” narrative, and the donations come flooding in.  The campaign contributions come flooding in.  The media can afford to pay their people instead of laying them off en masse.

I’m just going to close by saying that although plenty has been said about YouTube going full blitzkrieg on WWII history because Nazis, not enough attention is being paid to the ADL’s role in all this.

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The ADL is Scum

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The ADL is absolute scum.  They thrive on hatred and division.  They don’t give a shit about protecting Jews — Antisemitism is their bread and butter.  Who wins every time some maniac shoots up a synagogue?  The fucking ADL.

[Facebook] Anti-Z ≠ Anti-S ≠ Anti-I

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Yes, the vast majority of people who claim to be anti-Zionism probably are anti-Semitic.  (This has certainly been my experience.) But it’s still important to keep the two concepts distinct, or else you risk demonizing people for something they are not.  And the more empty charges get flung around, the more dismissive people become of the real thing.

It’s also important to recognize that true anti-Zionism needn’t entail being anti-Israel.  It’s perfectly possible to reject the principles of Zionism while remaining a strong supporter of Israel and its people.

[Facebook] Anti-Z, Pro-I

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Most of the time Anti-Z is simply code for Anti-S, and the one follows from the other.  Most of the time — but not always.  I don’t understand why you keep insisting the two are equivalent, unless you are deliberately being provocative.  (In which case I support you 100%.) 👌

And for the record, it is perfectly possible to be opposed to Zionism yet still be Pro-Israel.

I don’t like Zionism. I don’t like ethnicity-based nationalism period.  I think national identity is properly derived from the values of it people, rather than people deriving their the values from any fixed ancestral or cultural identity.

I couldn’t care less about these “indigenous rights” arguments you’re always having.  Whether or not a Jewish state SHOULD have been established smack dab in the middle of a very hostile area is a moot point — Israel is there, and as far as I’m concerned, anyone who was born there (which at this point is probably the majority of the population) has just as much right to be there as someone whose ancestors have lived there for centuries.

 

Memo to L

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Hey, you’re wrong about the NPC meme being right wing, and 4chan had very little to do with it.  The 4chan mods HATED it, and almost every NPC-related thread was pruned shortly after its creation.

(They also began censoring the term ‘soy boy’ at this point.  But antisemitic and racial slurs are still a go. 👌)

There’ve been people of all different political persuasions involved in the central aspects of it — the memes, the memeing, the LARPS, the RL appearances, the articles, the videos, etc.

The beauty of the NPC meme is that it’s only offensive to the people to whom it applies.  It isn’t solely applicable to the Regressive Left, but they’re at the center of the current culture war (pushing the rest of us off into the ‘alt-right’ category), so that’s how it’s being used.

Also, don’t believe a damn thing you hear about the NPC meme from the mainstream media.  They‘ve been among our primary targets, which is why they’ve been our greatest detractors.

There were never 10,000 Twitter bots.  The retweet-bot idea was discarded 48 hours in because: capchas.  There were real people behind these accounts, and the idea was to provide a steady stream of freebased identity politics while promoting awareness of social media censorship.

We never set out to influence an election, and the NoMenMidterm meme (from July) only made a comeback after the mainstream media decided to integrate it into its “voter suppression” narrative.

When they reported that we were giving out a false voting date, we put out word to push THEIR November 7th voting date.

This is what they do. The media brought the racism and antisemitism over to 4chan back in the mid-2000s when they began reporting on non-existent racism and antisemitism.  The racists and antisemites swarmed in.

The rise of Anonymous shortly thereafter was the direct result of Greta van Susteren’s sensationalized accounts of a series of mean-spirited adolescent pranks.  Actual hackers moved into /b/ and brought with them a political agenda.

The media’s practice of creating its own news is what brought the NPC meme to life in the first place.  It had been dead for over two years when some idiot journalist decided to dig it out of the meme graveyard and claim it was being used to “dehumanize” SJWs.  The “alt-right trolls” were only too happy to comply.