We’re excited to announce a new partnership with @PayPal to fight extremism and hate.— ADL (@ADL) July 26, 2021
We’ve launched a research effort to understand how extremists leverage financial platforms to fund criminal activity. To read more: https://t.co/1iQVHVWBpV pic.twitter.com/1LgISDPsos
We aren’t born with hate, we learn it.— ADL (@ADL) July 23, 2021
Our Pyramid of Hate shows ?how bias is part of a larger system of hate and injustice. Accepting biased attitudes and actions can form the building blocks for ?bias-motivated violence and genocide. Learn more: https://t.co/yyUK5UtrWA pic.twitter.com/E6v4B1QxjP
A nebulous cabal of Jews controlling access to the world's financial system. Where have I heard that one before? Oh right, literally every day on the internet, books, pamphlets, videos, and newsletters for the last 200 years. https://t.co/SL0Jcd5vUt— Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd) July 26, 2021
The Jews are behind internet censorship.
This isn’t complicated. It is not a “conspiracy theory.” They are openly labeling all of their critics “extremists” and censoring them through the ADL’s “Center on Extremism.” The censorship issue is one facet of the Jewish Question like the assault on civil liberties and “trans.”
“PayPal Holdings Inc. and the Anti-Defamation League on Monday announced a partnership aimed at fighting extremism and hate in the financial system and across at-risk communities.
The initiative, which will be led through ADL’s Center on Extremism, will cut off the financial networks for those that support extremist and hate movements. The partnership will also focus on those who spread and profit from all forms of hate and bigotry.
“All of us, including in the private sector, have a critical role to play in fighting the spread of extremism and hate,” said Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League. …”
“PayPal is collaborating with the Anti-Defamation League on research aimed at cutting off funding for extremist or hate groups.
In a statement Monday, ADL said the research will explore how extremist or hate movements use financial platforms to fund their activities.
Both that organization and PayPal say the results of their research will be shared within the financial industry, policymakers and law enforcement.
“By identifying partners across sectors with common goals and complementary resources, we can make an even greater impact than any of us could do on our own,” said Aaron Karczmer, chief risk officer and executive vice president of risk and platforms at PayPal, in a statement. …”
“The Anti-Defamation League is urging action from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) against a number of extremist and hate groups, including some associated with the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, that it says may be using their non-profit status to “further their violent objectives or enrich their leaders.” …”
These people will scream “conspiracy theorist” at anyone who notices that the ADL seems to seamlessly work in lockstep with the “journalists” and the “intelligence community” and the banks and IRS and Big Tech to suppress their critics and political opposition. There is no daylight between them.
Note: Is there anyone even still left on PayPal?
Donald Trump was deplatformed from PayPal and Stripe. This story seems a few years out of date. We were banned from PayPal in 2017.