Google Jewish Censorship Campaign Run by Secret Thought Police

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
January 23, 2018


The Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center are both key players in deciding what political opinions can and can’t be expressed on the internet.

Nobody in America elected Richard Cohen or Jonathan Greenblatt, but because they have hundreds of millions of dollars at their disposal and like-minded, like-nosed co-ethnics leading the major social media companies, they feel they have the right to control what we can say and what we can think.

 

Their justification for this abuse of power is: “what are you going to do about it, you lowly goyim?”

Over 100 Jewish groups and globalist NGOs get to arbitrarily decide who has rights and who doesn’t. Nobody in our government seems to care because they’re all taken care of (with Silicon Shetl bribes).

Most of these groups know what they’re doing is morally wrong in the eyes of the public, and Google knows some of the groups involved are seen as J-left extremist, so their participation in Google’s censorship and surveillance program is being kept a secret.

Daily Caller:

More than 100 nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and government agencies around the world help police YouTube for extremist content, ranging from so-called hate speech to terrorist recruiting videos.

All of them have confidentiality agreements barring Google, YouTube’s parent company, from revealing their participation to the public, a Google representative told The Daily Caller on Thursday.

A handful of groups, including the Anti-Defamation League and No Hate Speech, a European organization focused on combatting intolerance, have chosen to go public with their participation in the program, but the vast majority have stayed hidden behind the confidentiality agreements. Most groups in the program don’t want to be publicly associated with it, according to the Google spokesperson, who spoke only on background.

YouTube’s “Trusted Flaggers” program goes back to 2012, but the program has exploded in size in recent years amid a Google push to increase regulation of the content on its platforms, which followed pressure from advertisers. Fifty of the 113 program members joined in 2017 as YouTube stepped up its content policing, YouTube public policy director Juniper Downs told a Senate committee on Wednesday.

So a secret cabal of highly ideological anti-whites controls broad swaths of the internet – that’s a conspiracy.

Secret police shutting down political dissidents? They said it wouldn’t happen here.

What measures can every day folks take to fight back? We can’t petition Google. It’s too big to compete with. There is no mechanism for accountability.

Corporate tyranny is worse than anything the government can come up with because the main culprits are obfuscated.

Top Comments

  1. Judicial Watch should file a lawsuit and have the names of all those NGOs released by subpoena or as part of the discovery process and then publicize all of them.

  2. Vanir says:

    There’s very simple solution, final solution. Then the Day of the Rope and everything will be back to normal in an instant.

  3. Wayne says:

    Hey kikes, your behaviour lead to persecution, but you can’t go against your nature.

  4. That’s why we are seeing emerging platforms like Gab and Pewtube. Seems to me it’s easier to just make new platforms rather than change the existing kiked out ones. It’s kind of like the firearms industry, when congress passes anti-gun legislation or the ATF creates new regulations it forces these gun companies to innovate.

  5. I want 2018 to be the year that the ADL dies, disintegrates, gets gassed, whatever the term will be for ‘WINNING’ in this case. Without the ADL ‘brand’ in their portfolio, the KikeCorp® stock will tumble considerably and be ripe for hostile takeover. Very, very hostile takeover. (((Their))) media arm is already quite damaged and taking out the ADL would probably collapse that division completely.

    Now that’s a New Year resolution.

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