#BanTheADL? I'd Rather Debate Them
But it won't happen. They've been smearing me for over 15 years and won't return my calls.
State Department Visas for al-Qaeda whistleblower J. Michael Springmann and I discussed the week’s 30 most notable stories on this weekend’s False Flag Weekly News. The big, devastating event in my part of the world, of course, was the tragic earthquake here in Morocco. Every day we see even more damage and suffering as observers and rescue teams arrive in remote areas cut off from the world by landslides, and find more victims and totally leveled towns and villages. (The quake didn’t affect eastern Morocco, where I live, as I reported shortly after it happened.)
Across the seas in NATOstan, a much more upbeat story is the groundbreaking #BanTheADL campaign. For decades, the ADL—an utterly corrupt, arguably criminal organization founded to defend a pedophile rapist and murderer—has been stirring up hatred against people it disagrees with, often succeeding at ruining livelihoods and lives. For the first time ever, it is now facing significant pushback.
The breakthrough #BanTheADL movement erupted just in time for the 22nd anniversary of 9/11. That struck me as appropriate, since my own 15-year battle with the ADL revolves around that organization’s bizarre enmity toward the 9/11 truth movement.
Why is the ADL so desperate to prop up the official version of 9/11? That is one of the questions raised in my new American Free Press piece, posted below in full for paid subscribers.
#BanTheADL Is Brilliant. But I’d Rather Debate Them.
By Kevin Barrett, for American Free Press
On August 31, a Keith Woods tweet launched the viral hashtag #BanTheADL. Two days later, Elon Musk responded to Woods, asking his 155 million followers whether he should run a poll on banning the organization. Musk’s involvement made the hashtag mega-viral—and triggered a coordinated campaign of opprobrium (one might even call it defamation) from the ADL’s mainstream media allies.
Ultimately, Musk decided not to ban the ADL. His reasoning: They have not tweeted anything violating X’s terms of service. Yet the ADL, Musk says, has damaged X financially. By bad-mouthing Musk’s free-speech policies as “anti-Semitic,” the ADL has scared away advertisers, costing X hundreds of millions of dollars. So rather than ban them, Musk says, he intends to sue them...for defamation! “Oh, the irony,” Musk noted.
Defamation, of course, is the ADL’s middle name. It is what they do.