Every morning when I arrive at work, I check the websites of some of the local news organizations as a matter of routine. On this particular day, the front page of one of these news sites had a story about all the “hate groups” that operate in the region, and naturally cited the ADL and SPLC for their “facts.” This got me thinking about these groups, and reaffirmed by the comments section of the article, how no one seems to question who they actually are and how exactly they “provide a service” to the public.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) are not necessarily well-known entities to most of the public at large. They are names that most have heard in passing but have elicited little meaningful thought for most. This is tremendously problematic for those of us who are well aware of who they are and what they do. The ADL and SPLC are, for all intents and purposes, foreign espionage operations that are given the green light to operate on American soil, intimidating and threatening American citizens and exercising extra-judicial censorship authority, in blatant violation of the First Amendment. The ADL in particular is an extension of B’nai B’rith, a Jewish-Masonic “philanthropic organization” established by “German” Jewish immigrants to the United States. B’nai B’rith operates under the guise of an advocacy organization but is in actuality an overseas branch of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. While openly striving to further explicitly Jewish interests, the ADL functions as an unaccountable, unmonitored intelligence-gathering operation, exercising extra-legal, extra-judicial authority over American citizens’ first amendment rights. The manner in which the ADL wields its influence over a supposedly-sovereign people, completely free of the constraints that would normally apply to such a group, should be unconscionable to every American citizen. Yet their reign of anti-white terror rolls on unabated.
Anyone who has used Twitter even semi-regularly over the past year or two knows very well the type of free-speech-be-damned squashing of first-amendment-protected speech these two groups have helped facilitate. I personally have scaled back my use of the platform dramatically during this time period, and have thus been relegated to the Twitter gulags on only two occasions. But countless others who have similarly taken it upon themselves to voice truths deemed inconvenient and impermissible by the Jewish supremacist establishment, have been banished thoroughly and permanently. These two anti-white hate groups have firmly entrenched themselves as the driving force behind these virtual lynch-mobs, publicly declaring their gratification in doing so. Being all too familiar with the dynamic that has been cultivated and yielded all its rotten fruit within the halls of power and channels of influence within the occupied USA, we need not look very far to understand why the hierarchy of the various platforms of social media and information-distribution all roll over without so much as a whimper. With hardly any push-back from other groups not being conspired against and targeted in this coordinated assault on free speech, dangerous precedents are being set left and right, and the groundwork for European-style thought-crime prosecution is being laid.
It can be somewhat easy to lose sight of the absolute havoc the Jewish censorship machine has wreaked on the European continent, because for the most part and in most regards, we here in the US are far-removed from it. But the thought-crime legislation that abounds throughout most of Europe should serve as a constant reminder to us here in the US of what things will look like if groups like the ADL and SPLC, and the people who serve as their contingent, get their way. Additionally, it’s likewise also easy to lose sight of the sacredness of the remaining freedom of speech we still enjoy here. There was a time I took this freedom for granted, as I’m sure many have. But developments of recent memory, substantially attributable to these very two subversive organizations, have made the threat impossible to ignore. All the safeguards put in place to protect us from precisely this type of corrosive influence have at this point gone by the wayside; the foresight shown by the men who instituted these safeguards has been proven prescient beyond imagination; and the ramifications of these protections being broken down and smashed have now been laid bare for all to see. From the founding fathers themselves to even the overwhelmingly liberal (by that period’s standards) JFK, the American people were given more than enough guidance and warning about exactly this type of undermining of our country and its principles, and yet here we are: the only voices resisting the erosion of our rights as American citizens belong to those of us being personally attacked. The same forces responsible for this subversion have convinced almost everyone else that their war on free speech is a just one, and that without the presence of the voices they wish to stamp out, the nation as a whole is better off – all in the name of sparing people’s feelings. Those who acknowledge a rightful place in our lives for things such as racial differences, traditional values and adherence to moral norms are said to be undeserving of the same courtesy and rights afforded to everyone else. Intolerance in the name of tolerance. Regression in the name of progress. Ignorance in the name of understanding. Those are the characteristics our country has taken on as a result of the thought-crime attitudes groups like the ADL and SPLC have worked tirelessly, and largely successfully, to instill into the public conscience.
In a sane society of free-thinking individuals, both of these organizations and others like them would be dismantled and never again permitted to operate on American soil. That they remain in operation, unchecked, is an indictment on not just the philosophical direction we’ve veered in as a nation, but an indictment on our collective ability as a nation to determine our own destiny and make independent decisions free of the need to be told what is in our own best interest. It is a symptom of a society which has lost its will to not only fight, but it’s collective will to even survive. Demanding accountability for groups such as these, and placing clearly-defined restrictions on the extent to which such groups are permitted to exert influence over legislation and public discourse in what is supposed to be a sovereign nation, is a more than reasonable proposition. Such a demand is the furthest thing from an extreme position to take; yet in this currently upside-down, Talmudic version of reality we’ve found ourselves trapped in, that is exactly the way such a position is viewed by a majority of the public. What the Semitic merchants of information have set out to do – and been largely successful in doing so – in order to be in a position to stymie free speech to this extent, is program the slave-goy public to believe, speak and act against their own interests, while not even being cognizant of their doing so. As a matter of pure fact, no one stands to benefit from obliterating free speech, except for tyrants and others who seek to take advantage of others. This objective, undeniable fact is nevertheless lost on most of those around us. If it weren’t, there wouldn’t be a foreign intelligence operation functioning on American soil, in plain sight, and in a manner that is unmistakably at odds with the best interests of the citizens of this country.
Advocating for a private company such as Twitter – technically not subject to the stipulations of the first amendment – to clamp down on ostensibly offensive speech is one thing. If their tactics of silencing disagreeable speech were limited to the arena of social media, it would be alarming, to be sure; but its implications would not be so far-reaching necessarily. Unfortunately, their social media crackdown is but one expression of the larger campaign being waged. A campaign which finds leverage with the prospects of threats, intimidation, extortion, social-pariah designation and loss of livelihood, if not quite yet actual legal prosecution. The importance of pushing back against their attacks on free speech via social media lies in preventing a total monopoly on the dissemination of information. Social media such as Twitter – for better or worse – represents the single most advantageous means of sharing information and formulating alliances. As much as I can’t find it in me, more often than not, to utilize it the way I once did, its value in conceiving, shaping and directing unified movements is undeniable. The loss of such a tool represents a huge blow to our ability to share and coordinate with one another, and also a precedent we want to avoid being set at all costs.
We certainly didn’t arrive at this juncture overnight; it has been a gradual yet deliberate process that has unfolded over the past century or so. But a look back through the annals of history show that the warning signs were evident throughout the course of this transformation. Turning nearly the entire population against the very people who brought that nation and all the advantages that came with it into existence is not a task that can be realized overnight. Nor is it possible to hastily undertake the project of prompting a nation of people to eat itself alive. But while most seemed to be looking the other way, that’s where we’ve been led. And now in a profoundly bizarre turn of events, the people with whom the claim to this nation can be properly laid, are forced to justify and answer for every word they speak and every move they make. All as if to secure the approval of people who did nothing to earn such a status and who in fact can be rightly credited with achieving nothing except figuring out how to reap the rewards of others’ labor. Adding insult to injury, we are browbeaten by those very same usurpers into embracing a Brave New World where the reality of this situation is not even to be spoken of, lest we “offend” them as they pretend none of this ever happened – because what good is this newfound status of privilege if a completely fabricated notion of injustice against them that got them so far cannot continue to be brandished against the white man? Indeed, what good is the seat at the throne if it cannot be henceforth used to kick the defeated subject while he’s down?
I’ve always said it and I remain convinced to this day: The white man, representing the most formidable opposition to the Jew’s current grip on power and his prospects for ultimately keeping it, may very well be exclusively in the crosshairs at the present time. Because the Jew needs that army of non-white grievance-mongers in order to have any chance at disposing of the white man for good. We are at the top of the hit list because without enlisting the help of the other races, nurturing and harnessing their collective enmity directed against the common enemy constructed for their simple minds, they would stand no chance at ultimately emerging victorious over us. But as is always the case with the Jew, it is a scheme, and the superficial alliances forged with non-whites are only meant to last as long as they are of specific use; in this case, pawns in the service of conquering the white man. The Jew looks out for no one, only the Jew. The grand plan of subservience and slavery for all Gentiles is and always will be the bottom-line. As we’ve seen, Europe has already been conquered, for the most part. The takedown of the United States would mean one of the very last strong white nations capable of disrupting these aims would be eliminated, and with that context in mind this particular front in our battle assumes a much greater significance. Calling to task groups whose aim is to further anti-white attitudes and denigrate us as a people, while systematically silencing any and all voices asserting our right to fight back, means the difference between preserving our status as a free people, and being neutered as much of Europe has been, and spiraling ever further into the abyss of Jewish servitude. I wholeheartedly believe that once this nation sinks to the depths of countries such as Germany and France, there will be no coming back from it. Not for us here in the United States, and not for anyone else. And one of the only things standing between where we are now and going the way of a France or a Germany, is the authority of the first amendment and what’s left of our willingness to uphold it.