Irish YouTuber Dave Cullen from Computing Forever weighs in on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s acceptance speech for the Anti-Defamation League’s Courage Against Hate Award, where Apple was praised for being the first company to de-platform Alex Jones.
Cook’s acceptance speech was fraught with fraudulent claims, suggesting that Jones is a hateful white supremacist who incites violence, which is untrue.
The incoherence between Cook’s “meritorious” de-platforming activities and the “courageous” name of the award caused me to wonder what was causing Cook, CEO of the world’s largest corporation by market capitalization to snivel and suck up so hard to the ADL?
I learned that online censorship is a growth industry. It’s a form of disaster capitalism. A calamity has been declared, in order to pave the way for an all-encompassing censorship infrastructure, with ADL at the helm.
ADL’s Silicon Valley Anti-Cyberhate Working Group includes representatives from all the tech giants. ADL is the main contractor in YouTube’s Trusted Flagger program and ADL’s hate specs are programmed into Google-YouTube’s machine learning censor bots.
Tim Cook’s message here is indistinguishable from the stated goal of the ADL, which is to ruin a person or business if they don’t follow ADL’s agenda down to the letter. The question of course becomes who is the ADL?
“The Anti-Defamation League is an outright British intelligence operation run by all three branches of British intelligence, that is, MI6 and the JIO…Let nobody underestimate the power of the ADL, nor its long reach…The ADL has an open door to the State Department and makes good use of State’s impressive intelligence agency…
“The ADL is a British intelligence operation founded in the US by MI6 and run by Saul Steinberg and Eric Trist of Tavistock. Saul Steinberg is the US representative and business partner of the Jacob de Rothschild family of London…[ADL is] a joint FBI-British intelligence operation designed to single out right wing groups and their leaders and put them out of business before they grow too large and too influential.”