The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) was founded in 1913 by B’nai B’rith to address the rise in institutionalized anti-Semitism in the US in 1900s. In this regard it shared many traits with other early twenty century American Irish and Italian civic fraternities. The ADL’s original mission statement was:
“To stop the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” This mission was extended to the ultimate goal of: “a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate.”
The ADL used to be apolitical and did a decent job in upholding their mission statement but eventually, it got entangled in progressive politics and has been gradually losing its relevance. In 2015, shortly after it recruited Jonathan Greenblatt, the current CEO, the ADL shed its political nonpartisanship affiliation and morphed into a full blown, far left auxiliary tool of the progressive elements of the Democrat party. The Irony of this move seems to have been lost on Mr. Greenblatt, as this is the same Jew hating element of the democratic party that was behind the lynching of Leo Frank—the event that triggered the formation of the ADL in the first place.
Image 1: The 1915 lynching of Leo Frank. Seen in the middle is judge Newton Morris, a local Democratic party leader and the Grand Giant of the KKK Marietta, Georgia Province and three of his four Goblins
The leaders of the lynching party were all members of the KKK and senior Democratic party officials in Marietta, Georgia. The act was cheered by local newspaper publishers like Tom Watson—a supporter of the Socialist Party of America, who also openly identified as a white supremacist. Frank’s kidnaping and murder was overseen by judge Newton Morris (who In 1891, at the age of 22, was charged with attempted murder and cattle rustling in California) and was carried out by over 40 notables such as: Joseph Mackey Brown, former governor of Georgia; Eugene Herbert Clay, former mayor of Marietta and later president of the Georgia Senate; E. P. Dobbs, mayor of Marietta; Moultrie McKinney Sessions; lawyer and banker, a clergyman, two former Superior Court justices, several Cobb County sheriffs, and various ‘professionals’.
The ADL still promotes itself as a social moral compass but it has become quite the opposite. These days, it resembles a massive money laundering and an organized crime extortion machine. In 2016, it fundraised over $67 million. During the 2016 Charlottesville marches alone, it raised $11 million. Between its unlimited cash and its undeserved legacy reputation, the ADL has turned into one of the leading political king makers and serves as an advisor to elected officials and an arbitrator in all matters related to civil rights and what should or shouldn’t be considered anti-Semitism.
Despite paying lip service, since 2015, the ADL has done virtually nothing to fight the flood of anti-Semitism which now comes almost entirely from the ranks of the progressive left, MSM outlets like the NYTimes, and Muslim Brotherhood affiliated organizations. Instead, under Greenblatt’s leadership, the ADL has been targeting imaginary white supremacists, conservatives, and the state of Israel. Yup, you read that correctly: the ADL—which started its life as a defensive Jewish league—has actually turned into one of the leading enablers/apologists of anti-Semitism and is now playing footsie with the BDS movement.
A Trojan named Jonathan Greenblatt
Appointing Jonathan Greenblatt as ADL’s CEO wasn’t coincidental. Rather, it was part of a wave of the red green alliance takeover of a large number of US civic organizations. Greenblatt is a hardcore democrat loyalist and shares the same DNA/scruples with the likes of Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Before he was parachuted behind enemy lines into the ADL, Greeblatt established his reputation as a battle hardened veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations. He was a Special Assistant to president Obama and the Director of the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation (SICP) in the United States Domestic Policy Council. As director, he led the office’s efforts to utilize human capital and financial capital (concept copied from the soviet People’s Commissariat).
Funding and information warfare platforms
A part of Greenblatt’s new political realignment for the ADL included getting funding from progressive big-tech sources like Pier Omidyar (founder of eBay), who also funds the internet censorships industry and many of the leading anti-Trump initiatives including Defeat Disinfo. As can be seen from the linages below, Defeat Disinfo is a member of a large network of political information warfare platforms focused entirely on attacking the Trump/his administration and defeating him in the 2020 elections.
Image 3: Curtis Hougland, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, David Eichenbaum, the leadership of Defeat Disinfo. Hougland, currently works on multiple large scale initiatives to censor and block conservative content and users on social media. One of Hougland’s companies, Graphika, is also used by social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Google to detect and mass delete “deepfake” and “fake news” content
Decompiling several projects like Defeat Disinfo, shows that their network of enablers and operators includes a large number of retired and currently serving high ranking US military personal. On August 11, 2020 DefenseOne published an open letter by two retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonels, John Nagl and Paul Yingling to General Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The letter includes multiple false statements like the following:
“There can be little doubt that Mr. Trump is facing electoral defeat. More than 160,000 Americans have died from COVID 19, and that toll is likely to rise to 300,000 by November. One in ten U.S. workers is unemployed, and the U.S. economy in the last quarter suffered the greatest contraction in its history. Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track. The Economist estimates that Mr. Trump’s chances of losing the election stand at 91 percent.”
The two lieutenant colonels openly called for a coup d’état in order to remove the president by force. Not surprisingly, the two are active members of McChrystal’s Defeat Disinfo initiative. But, these military linkages go even deeper. Paul Yingling, one of the two publishers is also a close friend of Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster and was his deputy commander in Iraq. If you are not familiar with McMaster’s little conspirator club, he managed Alexander Vindman and Eric Ciaramella, the Ukrainian whistleblower at the NSC. In 2017, Ciaramella, was McMaster’s special assistant.
A week later on August 17, 2020, in another DefenseOne publication by Thomas Crosbie titled: Six Scenarios for Military Intervention After January 2020, Crosbie provided a step-by-step playbook for the upcoming coup d’état. Again, analyzing Crosbie’s network shows the same Defeat Disinfo linkages.
The presence of senior ‘retired military’ DNA and fingerprints in the 2020 election information warfare theater (where the ADL, NIF, and J Street are active) should raise a lot of questions. Four obvious ones are:
- Why is the Pentagon tolerating DARPA sponsored information warfare tools being used in the US for political targeting of the administration and the president?
- Why does the Pentagon and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff tolerate blatant violations of Article 88 in the UCMJ?—Which clearly states that:
“Any commissioned officer who uses contemptuous words against the President, the Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of a military department, the Secretary of Transportation, or the Governor or legislature of any State, Territory, Commonwealth, or possession in which he is on duty or present shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.”
- Why does the DOJ, Secretary of Defense, and the Pentagon permit completely false statements like ‘…Trump’s suggesting that injecting bleach or other household disinfectants could be a treatment for the novel coronavirus’ to be published, out of all places, in US military news outlets like Stars and Stripes?
- Why are US non-profits like the ADL, J Street, and NIF allowed to engage in extreme partisan political activity?
The new ADL ideology
Ideologically, Greenblatt is a ‘cash on delivery’ kind of a guy. In 2016, he wrote a pro BDS essay praising Steven Levitsky and Glen Weyl and their call for a boycott of Israel. The same year Greenblatt wrote a foreign policy piece targeting Israel. In it, he argued that Israel was falsely claiming that the Palestinians were advocating for “ethnic cleansing” in Judea and Samaria (which they do, not a false claim at all). Greenblatt’s ‘expert source’ for his claims was Stefanie Fox from the Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), a leading extremist left wing Jewish BDS organization. JVP has a $3.2 M budget and a massive 200K member outreach program. This cross pollination is not unusual, as Greenblatt’s has a long tradition of affiliation with subversive left wing organizations. While serving in the Obama WH, he worked with the leadership of Avaaz and other leading anti-American and anti-Israel groups like J Street and the NIF.
Image 4: Sampling of the JVP political activity. The organization regularly supports and participates in violent anti-US anti-Israel events and is closely affiliated with various pro-Muslim Brotherhood groups
Leading the internet censorship movement
In 2018, Greenblatt established the ADL Center for Technology and Society (CTS) and received a $1.75M payment from Pierre Omidyar (founder of eBay). Despite CTS’s wholesome and organic title, it is little more than an information warfare platform used for massive censorship, influence operations, and political targeting. Not surprisingly, the members of the CTS advisory board include disinformation specialists like Shawn Henry, the president of Crowdstrike and the brain behind the fake DNC Russian hack and Eli Pariser, the co-founder of Avaaz.
Image 5: Screen shot of an internal PayPal executive presentation (Dan Schulman’s) showing that the ADL is used as the main source to shut down payment processing for conservative media, users, and activists.
ADL pays lip service to being apolitical, but it exhibits clear extreme left-wing bias through every aspect of its organizational structure and function. For example, its Belfer Fellows program is staffed entirely with pure political appointees like:
- Naveed Jamali – An MSM talking head who made a name for himself promoting the Trump Russian collusion narrative
- Dr. Molly Crockett – A psychologist who promoted the theory that Trump was elected because 60 million people wanted to “punish others—even at a personal cost to themselves”
- Dr. Amy Zhang – An assistant professor at the University of Washington who promoted Antifa propaganda and called for “the white house to disavow white supremacy”.
A quick tour down rabbit hole of one progressive organization
Greenblatt is a collaborator and a friend of Eli Pariser, the co-founder of Avaaz. In 2015, Avaaz’s Hebrew language webpage featured a call to support the campaign by Daphne Leif and other ‘pro-peace’ and progressive leaders of the ‘occupy’ and ‘tent-protest’ movements.
The idea of an American nonprofit NGO like Avaaz (which is interestingly headquartered in London and Canada) is meddling in the internal affairs of a sovereign country should raise a huge red flag. And, so should Avaaz’s ability to operate an international underground railroad for the supply of foreign left wing activist during the Obama administration. One illustration of how this maze of progressive organizations operates word-wide can be found in Raluca Ganea, one of Avaaz’s senior campaigner. Ganea, in addition to her work with Avaaz, also operated in a number of other international extreme left-wing organizations such as the NIF, Shutafut-Sharaka – where she worked as a senior media coordinator.
Shutafut-Sharaka is made up of a group of organizations (mostly EU and Soros funded) that include the NIF ‘Shatil’, the Araham Fund Initiative, Sikkui and Agenda – a “Centre for Strategic Communications” which includes among its management Rachel Liel (also director of the NIF) and Oriella Ben Zvi (of Ben Or Consulting—a firm she founded together with J Street’s president Jeremy Ben Ami (a former senior Clinton advisor). On October 17, 2018, Jeremy Ben Ami and his J Street senior leadership met with the leading holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas and expressed support for him and PA Minister Hussein al-Sheikh–this was just days after al-Sheikh personally authorized a grisly terror attack in Jerusalem. In that attack, the terrorists murdered 3 Jews, including a Jewish woman who was pregnant with twins, and injured 100 others. Just a few months after the terror attack, in August 2019, J Street was also leading the charge in promoting and shielding Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.
Image 8: Agent saboteurs and paid terror enablers Jeremy Ben Ami, Rachel Liel, and Sara Benninga. In 2018, Jeremy Ben Ami was violating the Logan Act by negotiating with Mahmoud Abbas and committing to US foreign policy actions
Rachel Liel was active in her role at NIF in international fundraising for the occupy and tent-protest movements. Raluca Ganea in the past has also used Avaaz to promote her views on other political issues such as the deportation of illegal African workers and the “aggressive Judaization of East Jerusalem“, urging Avaaz members to participate in the weekly demonstrations organized by the Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity Movement. That organization’s leader, Sara Benninga, was the recipient of an ‘Honoring Our Heroes’ award at the J Street conference in the US in February 2011. Liel, Benninga, and others also worked on creating untraceable funding methods via the Luminate and Arabella platforms and by using the NIF and J Street pipelines for laundering foreign political donations.
These operations were executed by routing large payments via domestic <-> foreign
<-> domestic bank accounts such as:
Democracy Defense Fund Ltd.
Bank Hapoalim (#12)
38 Hapalmach Street, Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli Account Number: 12-574-254781
NIF Address in Washington:
New Israel Fund
NIF Bank details:
8516 Leesburg Pike
Vienna, VA 22182
Account # 15411834
ABA # 254070116
Account Holder: New Israel Fund
The mailers to donors (which include many of the future mega donors of the ADL) stated that:
“US residents may make a tax-exempt donation via the New Israel Fund (NIF). Checks should be made payable to “New Israel Fund”. A note with the check should be marked donor-advised to The Democracy Defense Fund, ID# 50040.”
Avaaz, NIF, and J Street, and the incestuous political commune
Avaaz is engaged in promoting the agenda of the red green alliance and post-modern organizations, like Antifa, BLM, and B’Tselem. These organization in turn are tightly coupled and connected to the NIF and J Street and to two of Avaaz’s founders on the J Street advisory council, and Tom Perriello who had his 2008 election campaign endorsed and financed by J Street. Perriello just like Greenblatt, is a former a senior Obama official. He is now the executive director for U.S. programs at Soros’ Open Society Foundations.
Avaaz the BDS and Hamas agent
In 2009, during Operation Cast Lead, Avaaz ran a large media campaign entitled “Gaza: Stop the Bloodshed” calling for a ceasefire and re-opening of the borders and crossings and ending the blockade of Gaza. No reference was made to the thousands of Hamas rockets which terrorized Israeli civilians for years before the operation and no explanation given as to why a blockade was necessary to prevent the smuggling of arms to Gaza. At the time, the following statement appeared on the Avaaz website:
“The people of Gaza are being squeezed to death. This week’s blackouts have finally reached the attention of the world — and the international community could help end the blockade. Our obligation is clear. This isn’t about Israel vs Palestine or Hamas vs Fatah: this is about 1.5 million human beings locked up in the biggest prison on earth…. The humanitarian crisis of sealed-off Gaza is only getting worse, and a rain of missiles is falling.”
“investigate the raid, end the blockade”, and describing the IHH/Muslim Brotherhood-organised flotilla as “humanitarian”.
- Avaaz’s Israel-related campaigns were heavily biased and deceitful
- The Avaaz web based “instant click to sign” policy encouraged its members to add their names to any US political petition without providing any background information on the issue
- That Avaaz engaged visitors by means charged emotional language, and the promise of belonging to a “community” which “empowers” them and the plea to “tell your friends”
These classic astroturfing campaigns were done on behalf of organizations such as Hamas, BDS, and Muslim Brotherhood affiliates like CAIR by promoting their objectives and parroting their anti-American and anti-Israel narratives.
The reason why Avaaz and the ADL function as a progressive and Islamic mouthpieces can be traced to Avaaz’s founding members and their roles as paid foreign agents.
Image 10: Paul Hilder, one of the creators/promoters of the script that became “The Great Hack”, a paid propaganda piece that claimed that Trump hacked the 2016 elections using stolen data, futuristic analytics, and that the minds of millions of voters “were hacked” and manipulated to vote for him
Avaaz’a resident Middle East expert is Paul Hilder, a foreign intelligence asset and author of an 2009 article promoted by Avaaz titled “Gaza is Dying”. Hilder was employed by Oxfam in the position of campaign manager; he also worked in the same role for Avaaz and has written about online social activism for the Guardian. Like another Avaaz co-founder, Ben Brandzel, he is a board member of the British online progressive campaign organization ‘38 Degrees’, and the co-founder of ‘openDemocracy‘.
Image 11: Paul Hilder’s profile and his strategy for defeating Trump
Hilder’s credentials as a ‘progressive’ social justice activist and Middle East expert make him a favorite on the international conference circuit as well as in the MSM. One less-known fact about Hilder’s resume is that at the same time as he was employed by Avaaz, he also worked as Policy Director for the Middle East Policy Initiative Forum—a collaboration between the Oxford Research Group and the ‘Conflicts Forum’—on an EU-funded report entitled “From Crisis to Opportunity. The Conflicts Forum’s stated mission was:
“From Crisis to Opportunity” aims to support a new, inclusive approach to the Arab-Israeli conflict by opening consultations among legitimate yet opposed stakeholders through civil society-brokered dialogue, analysis and engagement. The goal is to explore accommodations grounded in real support in the societies. The action will engage rooted elements of Palestinian and Israeli society and stakeholders from the wider region, including faith-based movements. “
Just like Paul Hilder, Ben Brandzel doesn’t limit himself to only promoting jihadi terrorist organizations like Hamas and Hezbollah, he also runs multiple Antifa style organizations. Here is a small sampling: Brandzel was one of Leadnow’s original founding advisors. At the same time, he was the Director of strategic incubation at the Citizen Engagement Laboratory (CEL) based in Oakland, California, and an advisor to the The Tides Foundation (“Tides”). Timeline wise, CEL began its operations in 2008, the same year during which Tides began to fund its anti-pipeline, “Tar Sands Campaign.” The Tides Foundation was fully sponsored by Soros’ Open Society Foundations. In 2011, Brandzel came to Canada to set up Leadnow as part of the CEL’s strategic Incubation program for grassroots revolutionary action organizations.
One of CEL’s sponsored projects was the Online Progressive Engagement Network (OPEN). Ben Brandzel was its director. OPEN describes itself as “a sisterhood of grassroots campaigning organizations from around the world.” As it appears, the CEL bundled its strategic projects—including Leadnow—into OPEN. Just like with all these other NGO’s, in 2014, Soros’ Open Society Foundation donated $100,000 to “OPEN”.
So what does this spaghetti of NGOs, projects, and activist mean? The answer is that to the naked eye, the people behind them may seem to be geography separated and unrelated, but in fact, they all know each other, communicate with each other, draw funds from the same sources, and belong to a world-wide umbrella of Soros funded progressive political initiatives.
Bring in the Iranians
Hilder’s and Brandzel Conflicts Forum was co-founded and directed by the former MI6 officer Alistair Crooke. Crooke, who doesn’t speak nor read Arabic or Farsi, is big on opining on the meaning of Arabic and Farsi words and ideology and claims that the negative perception of Iran is entirely attributed to the western failure to accept the benefits of revolutionary Islam.
The Conflicts Forum’s Board of Advisors includes Hamas supporter Azzam Tamimi, Ismail Patel of ‘Friends of Al Aqsa’, and Moazzam Begg of ‘Cageprisoners’. In describing the organization’s raison d’etre, Dr Jonathan Spyer stated that:
“It describes its aim as opening “a new relationship between the West and the Muslim world.” A document published by this group explains their intended meaning is to bring about the basic change in Western perception and bring Hamas and Hezbollah into the mainstream. The document notes the need to build a “link-up between activist groups and mobilizers of opinion in order to shift the debate on Islamism from a predominantly defensive posture to a positive assertion of Islamist values and thinking.” It also suggests “articulation of Hamas’s and Hizballah’s values, philosophy and wider political and social programs… Being more proactive in statements and rephrasing discourse to focus on the positive aspects of Islamist ideology.”
A deeper dive into Crooke’s ideology shows a complete embrace of hard core doctrines of the Iranian ruling clique and strongly suggests that Conflicts Forum is likely either a front for Tehran or an intelligence influence operation of some sort. Crooke frequently promotes Russian interests in the Middle East and is also close to the Qatari royal family which has been funding his activity. According to Crooke, the true moderates in the Middle East are movements like Hamas and Hezbollah which are driving the philosophy of armed “resistance” (moqawama). Crooke claims that these movements were born in the Iranian Revolution and the more flexible intellectual traditions of Shia. He also argues that while Sunni Islam is based on a literal interpretation of the Koran, Shiite Islam is open to scholarly debate, which Crooke believes makes it more open to Hegelian dialectic style, philosophical discourse, and positive engagement with the west. He uses Hamas as an example of Sunnis who have been positively influenced by radical Shiite ideology.
Conflicts Forum sought to establish a “link-up between activist groups and mobilizers of opinion” and to “link with mass organizations in Western countries – social movements”.
In a 2016 interview with Khamenei.IR (the official propaganda channel of the revolutionary guards) Crooke said:
“Imam Khomeini was an Islamic cleric, a philosopher and a poet of high standing: pursuing what is often a private and personal voyage of inner intellectualism. He somehow, incredibly, in the words of Jaques Berques, “took in hand his people” ; gave them healing, authenticity and a solution to their crisis. He gathered up a tradition and forged a new equilibrium: one which would offer renewal through a grand ‘sewing together’ of dispersed parts, making the present ‘an organic whole’, not some mere syncretic assembly of parts. The tradition, on which he drew, was of Mulla Sadra, Ibn Arabi, Mir Damad’s.”
Conflicts Forum’s relationship with Paul Hilder and Ben Brandzel appears to have provided that much needed link-up/cross-over to the American NGO Avaaz. Avaaz and J Street subsequently became engaged in the organization and mobilization of world-wide petitions in complete accord with the Hamas narrative. In this context, Avaaz and J Street are the actual link-up/cross-over and demonstrate Iran’s successful public relations campaign to re-brand Islamist terrorist in the west as proponents of “social justice”. They also work to whitewash militant organizations like BLM and Antifa and arrange US speaking engagements for convicted terrorist like Leila Khaled.
A glimpse in to the ADL’s & Open Society Foundations’ information warfare strategy
Over the past few years, the ADL and Open Society Foundations have been funding an analytics company named Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI). The stated objective of NCRI is to hunt down ‘white supremacists’ on the internet and trace the sources of anti-Semitic and hate speech content. The company claims to have developed advanced AI based analytics capable of shifting through massive amount of data and identify linkages and trends. It’s difficult to verify any of their conclusions because of the proprietary nature of their datasets and algorithms. In general, most of their reports seem to be driven by a political agenda. None of their published results can be validated independently, cross verified, and be traced to specific targets—which is a crucial requirement when evaluating any source claim in intelligence.
In one NCRI publication titled: A Case Study on COVID-19, Bioweapon Myths, and the Asian Conspiracy Meme, their ‘scientific’ claims can be classified as paid Chinese propaganda.
What we can determine with a high degree of certainty is that:
- The NCRI organizational and leadership linkages show that they are working on and promoting political opposition research that is targeting Trump and his administration
- They are whitewashing Soros’ worldwide operations
- They are working on wide scale political censorship projects and are targeting conservatives
- They are promoting information warfare operations like the Lincoln Project and pro China Covid-19 narratives
Image 18: The profile of NCRI, the ADL, UN, and Open Society Foundations sponsored ‘hate speech’ and ‘white supremacy’ hunters
Image 19: Jason Baumgartner, an NCRI lead data scientist and his linkages to The Lincoln Project. Baumgartner’s network consists of a number of analytic experts that promote The Lincoln Project and other corrosive materials by democratic operatives like Scott Dworkin
Image 20: John Weaver, the ultimate moral crusader and one of the founders of The Lincoln Project. Prior to signing his lucrative lobbying contract with the Russian TENEX, Weaver knew the TENAM (the US subsidiary of TENEX) leadership including members such as Vadim Mikerin. In 2016, TENAM executives were convicted of Money Laundering and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Violations
Movie 1: Paid to whitewash George Soros. The BBC Conspiracy Files: The Billionaire Global Mastermind?. Joel Finkelstein, the director and co-founder of NCRI and Snoops’ CEO David Mikkelson played a key role in the production of this documentary and provided the ‘scientific’ basis for the piece. The project was commissioned by Laura Silber the Chief Communications Officer for the Open Society Foundations
Image 21: Greenblatt whitewashing and shielding Soros and his anti-Semitic activity through an official ADL publication titled: AntiSemitism Lurking Behind George Soros Conspiracy Theories
In the early 2000s, several US based Soros funded progressive NGOs such J Street, Avaaz, and NIF started developing a world-wide political influence and a political ‘justice’ network. These entities honed their subversive strategies and tactics attacking conservative movements and politicians in Europe and Israel. During the Obama administration and under the guidance of officials likes Greenblatt, these NGOs begun collaborating with extremist Islamist organizations and imported their activists/strategies/tactics (including Palestinian invented concepts like Pyro-Terrorism) to the US. Now, with a few exceptions, they guide and control subversive politicians like Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib and the leading ‘violent riot justice’ movements.
Under Jonathan Greenblatt, the ADL, with the support of organizations like J Street has effectively been turned into a left wing agent saboteur that is promoting anti-American and anti-Israel agendas and shielding/whitewashing militant hate groups like BLM and Antifa. Starting in 2015, the ADL lost all of its credibility and is now fully engaged in wholesale defamation and censorship of conservatives and the wide-scale suppression of US free speech.
If you think that I’m over intellectualizing all these linkages (which are just the tip of the iceberg), I invite you to do a cursory examination of the organizations that now promote/support the ADL. Not surprisingly, you will find that they are made up of a coalition of the likes of The Democratic Socialists of America, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights, the Movement for Black Lives, Jewish Voice for Peace, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, and many others ‘extreme’ justice organizations which have been fueling the riots across the US.
All good things must come to an end the ADL’s free 1st class ride on the moral train is no exception. The time has come to strip the ADL of its 501(c)(3) status and have the DOJ conduct a review of its dubious domestic and foreign political affiliations and funding sources. Considering the ADL’s close affiliation with organizations like Avaaz, J Street, OSF, and their leadership, they all should also be investigated for supporting terrorism, money laundering, and FARA violation.
If you are considering a donation to the ADL, J Street, NIF, or any other progressive Jewish organization, don’t’! Over fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. wisely observed that:
“When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You’re talking anti-Semitism.”
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