CEO of the ADL Suggests that They Decide Who Gets Censored Online

Johnathan Greenblatt, the CEO of one of the largest Jewish organizations in America, recently openly admitted to former Obama special adviser that they are directing YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter on how to format their algorithms in order to hide certain opinions they may not like.

Greenblatt also reportedly mentioned “conspiracy theories” in the speech as well as calling on politicians to make specific laws to stifle speech.

 

The mission statement of the ADL is pretty clear. Originally called the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith, their ‘about us’ page reads like something you would see on the website of a foreign organization:

“In 1913, ADL was founded on Jewish values that inform our work, how we operate and the changes we seek in the world. It has always meant stopping anti-Semitism and defending the Jewish people. Today, it also means fighting threats to our very democracy, including cyberhate, bullying, bias in schools and in the criminal justice system, terrorism, hate crimes, coercion of religious minorities, and contempt for anyone who is different.”

The ADL has been very open about directing YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook on who to censor.  They have been very transparent about how they are the organization that determines how each of these social media companies develop and alter their algorithms to push down certain outlets, commentators, comments, videos, and posts.

Back in 2017, the ADL launched their ‘online hate index’ which social media companies have all allegedly adopted, and the ADL has been at the top of almost all ‘racial bias’ training for companies like Starbucks.

Here is the ADL talking about the AI technology they developed with Berkeley that social media companies would use.

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