PayPal, one of the world’s largest payment services providers, announced on Monday that they would be partnering with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a powerful Jewish and Zionist special interest group. The partnership will be dedicated to “fighting online extremism” and “protecting marginalized communities.”
The ADL will be granted access to PayPal’s transaction history, with the purpose of “uncovering actors and networks” spreading “all forms of hate and bigotry.”
Although this is a flagrant violation of users’ privacy, PayPal’s terms of service agreement grants them and their partners the ability to collect and analyze detailed user and transaction data, including home addresses, personal characteristics, banking information, purchase history, geolocation, biometrics, and employment information.
According to the ADL’s press release (emphasis added):
PayPal and ADL will focus on further uncovering and disrupting the financial pipelines that support extremist and hate movements. In addition to extremist and anti-government organizations, the initiative will focus on actors and networks spreading and profiting from all forms of hate and bigotry against any community.
“This innovative partnership between ADL and PayPal encourages us to think outside the box when fighting evil,” said Sindy Benavides, CEO, LULAC. “We hope to see more private and public partnerships such as these to help raise the social awareness of the public to the dangers that exist in plain sight. Attacking these hateful groups’ revenue sources weakens their reach and exposes just how unstable they truly are. The data and research collected from experts will help organizations, like LULAC, inform their strategy to combat evil. We congratulate these organizations and will continue to stand alongside them against hate.”
The inclusion of Ms. Benavides’ organization is a red herring designed to give credence to the ADL’s promise of fighting “all forms of hate.” The ADL was founded to defend Leo Frank, a Jewish murderer, and their primary mission remains to this day the censorship and elimination of critics of Jewish power.
Dissent as a crime
Self-proclaimed domestic security experts, NGOs, threat assessment organizations, and the U.S. federal government have primarily shifted their focus from Islamic terrorism- the topic de jure in the early-to-mid 2000’s- to the protected political speech and discontent of White Americans, which they refer to as “domestic extremism.”
Many U.S. government agencies and officials, including the FBI and Director of National Intelligence, have all described White Americans as the biggest and most pernicious threat to the United States- under the auspices of the thoroughly debunked “white terrorism” hoax.
More FBI agents have been arrested for violent crime in 2021 than pro-White activists.
PayPal and the ADL propose treating dissent itself as a crime- on par with money laundering or providing material support for violent terrorism.
According to the press release (emphasis added):
“I applaud PayPal and the ADL for joining forces to combat hate and extremist movements who seek to utilize financial platforms to bankroll their criminal activities and profit from the spread of racism and bigotry,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr. “My office stands ready to assist financial institutions and businesses of all kinds in this urgent fight to stop hate and protect members of historically marginalized communities.”
This partnership is the most recent example of PayPal extending the reach of its financial crimes capabilities through multi-sector collaborations to address critical societal and community issues.
Racism and crime, presented synonymously. That’s not done by accident- it’s an example of neurolinguistic programming designed to train, or “condition,” readers to view the two as the same.
Law and policy enforcement resources are finite. PayPal’s further expansion into censorship on behalf of Jewish special interests will necessarily come at the expense of monitoring actual financial crimes being conducted on their platform.
An investigation by Slate into PayPal’s more antiquated, word-filter-style content moderation system revealed what PayPal was concerned about, and what they were willing to let slide.
Censored phrases on Venmo, a PayPal subsidiary, included:
- North Korea
- Bashar al-Assad
- Qasem Soleimani
Meanwhile, words and phrases such as “prostitutes,” “fetus,” “black tar heroin,” “snuff film,” and “kidnapping” triggered no content alerts.
PayPal was recently investigated by Australian authorities for failing to meet reporting rules aimed to fight crimes like child sexual exploitation.
Partnering with the ADL is far from PayPal’s first foray into political censorship. It reveals, however, just how powerful the ADL is, completely belying their claim that the Jews they represent are an “oppressed minority.”