The ADL’s Jonathan Greenblatt tells MSNBC that they work closely with every single social media media company and help them decide who to ban.— Andrew Torba (@BasedTorba) August 1, 2023
Except one: https://t.co/J3RftnOEqv pic.twitter.com/1vQRyrqzkK
Influencer Hannah Pearl Davis drops her new track ‘Why can’t we talk about the Jews?’ which she dedicates to her favorite white supremacist. Davis has nearly 2 million YouTube subscribers. This is where we’re at now. pic.twitter.com/NryNI9gEnF— Jaime Kirzner-Roberts (@jaimekr) July 21, 2023
I haven’t commented on the Nate Hochman sonnenrad or the Hannah Pearl Davis song about the Jewish Question or her recent confrontation with Piers Morgan. I didn’t connect that to the Pedro Gonzalez private messages or to the influence of Nick Fuentes on Kanye West.
In December 2021, the podcast “Know Your Enemy” — billed as a leftist’s guide to the conservative movement — welcomed Nate Hochman, a young man whom the host Sam Adler-Bell described as “the boy wonder of the new right.” At the time, Hochman was a 23-year-old National Review writer who’d already cycled through several of the prestigious fellowships available to aspiring young conservative intellectuals. (He’d later contribute to The New York Times.) Matthew Sitman, Adler-Bell’s co-host and a former conservative himself, considered Hochman a friend, and on the podcast, Hochman mostly came across as thoughtful and reasonable, eager to find the places where left- and right-leaning critics of liberalism agree. …
Several examples from just the last two months show a similar sort of thinking percolating among some of today’s young conservative revolutionaries. Last week, Media Matters for America reported that Matteo Cina, a Fox News staff member and former writer for Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas, wrote on TikTok that it’s “hard to talk about the Holocaust and rising antisemitism without discussing Jewish presence in banking.” …
Michelle Goldberg could have also brought up the ADL’s campaigns against Elon Musk and Tucker Carlson. Everyone saw that. Everyone has been exposed to the Jewish Question.
Fuentes and Gonzalez are Mexican. Pearl is a mudshark. Hochman is Jewish. Kanye is a black rapper. Doesn’t that make you wonder how far and wide the truth about Jewish power and influence has spread? How many people know now who were in the dark before thanks to Jonathan Greenblatt?
Note: A few years ago, I predicted that the taboo on the Jewish Question would start dissolving. It would become normalized like the Great Replacement and anti-White discrimination. Unlike immigration which has become a standard Republican talking point, it is still edgy to talk about it