JACQUELINE TOBOROFF: TikTok is spreading literal terrorist propaganda

The youth in America has been mobilized. Who or what is responsible?

In June 2020, 25 million people took to the streets in solidarity with BLM. It was coined the “Largest Movement in U.S. History.” Then, starting on October 7, foot soldiers hit the pavement again, protesting on behalf of “Palestine” and Hamas terrorists. on October 28, 7,000 pro-Palestinian supporters took hostage the Brooklyn Bridge, demanding the elimination of Jewish state “By any means.” On November 4, 300,000 people swarmed the Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. in support of “Palestine” and against America.

Postsecondary institutions are also humming with Hamas sympathizers. Protest after protest consists of mainly students with a splattering of faculty. They’re armed with keffiyehs, talking points for the media, and props, such as posters, swastikas, and “Palestinian” flags. These are held on and off campuses. 

In New York City, there are 

href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMmhm1_62V0" target="_blank">grade-school “walk-outs” in support of Gaza, a ceasefire, and a global intifada. Hundreds of schools participate. Invites are sent out on social media. There’s a “toolkit”, talking points for the press, and importantly, misinformation like, “At least 900 have just been killed in the bombing of Al-Ahli hospital.” 

Whether it’s the Democrat / Globalist driven BLM mobs or the pro-”Palestine'" ones, the level of organization, down to the detail, is sophisticated and unmatched. There are invite blasts on myriad social media platforms, such as TikTok, Instagram, X, and Facebook. There are calls to action, like the “toolkits.” There’s targeted messaging depending on the demographic and staggered times of arrival ensuring there’s mass appeal, to kids and professionals alike. There are financial incentives and free transportation so that agitators can be bused in to sow discord in communities they have zero connection to as well as for padding body-count.

The masterminds behind the rent-a-crowds for BLM have improved their tradecraft for making terrorism aspirational to kids. How?


The Chinese owned app's parent company, ByteDance, ensured Tiktok had a powerful algorithm. This algorithm shapes views because users are fed specific information - or misinformation. As of October 2023, America topped all other countries with the largest TikTok audience. More than 143 million users frequent the short-form video platform. 

This is concerning because kids between the ages of 10 - 19 rely on it for news. TikTok is the brainstrust for 66% of young people who trust its algorithms. Also, females represent the majority of the social media platform’s users. TikTok has made a concerted effort to appeal to their artistic nature and social acceptance with DIY crafts and myriad challenges. Then of course, there are the filters and altered reality which were in high demand during lockdowns.

If you type in, “I stand with Palestine”, there are 4 billion views to date. If you type in, “I stand with Israel”, there are 231.1 million views to date. Based on the numbers, this means kids reliant on TikTok for news are getting skewed pro-palestinian propaganda. 

Chinese owned TikTok has a vested interest in being pro Hamas because it is upending the West and America. Injecting Islamist ideology is counter to the Judeo Christian ethos of free markets, free people, and Separation of Church and State. 

How can America stop the capture? How can America claw back malleable minds that were raked over during lockdowns, and then hybrid “school”, and then the re-entry to in-person? Students were welcomed back to the educational complex and it was a foreign landscape. Gone was the admonition, “too much screen time.” Gone was the traditional core curriculum. Technology replaced textbooks. CRT, DEI, and SEL replaced English, history, and math. 

The battle is uphill. The deadly combination of TikTok and the educational complex's focus on DEI makes it Herculean for a counter message to prevail. 

On November 15, Yashar Ali tweets, “Over the past 24 hours, thousands of TikToks (at least) have been posted where people share how they just read  href="https://twitter.com/yashar/status/1724942399431217457?s=43&t=4m81ZAqiS3wTft0NVuSR9w" target="_blank">Bin Laden’s infamous Letter to America, in which he explained why he attacked the United States. The TikToks are from people of all ages, races, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Many of them say that reading the letter has opened their eyes, and they’ll never see geopolitical matters the same way again. Many of them — and I have watched a lot — say it has made them reevaluate their perspective on how what is often labeled as terrorism can be a legitimate form of resistance to a hostile power. The Guardian had a copy of “Letter to America” posted, but once these TikToks went viral, the Guardian took it down, which has only led to more interest in the letter and conspiracies from TikTokers who say this is part of the media and the powers that control it trying to silence the truth.”

Lest anyone get it twisted that Islamists are only gunning for the Jews, here’s what Osama says about Americans; “You may then dispute that all the above  href="https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status/1724926128500986317/photo/1" target="_blank">does not justify aggression against civilians, for crimes they did not commit and offenses in which they did not partake[.] This argument contradicts your continuous repetition that America is the land of freedom… [T]he American people are the ones who chose their government by way of their own free will.” Osama uses this as a justification for killing American civilians. 

And the TikTokers - kids and young adults - are now indoctrinated into believing being a terrorist is “diverse.” Thus, terrorists are the new protected class, as per DEI rules. This logic is so broken and based on such extensive manipulation. Reversing it demands double the effort of what TikTiok has done, which hasn’t even come close to being replicated. 

Adolf Hitler said, “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future." If Tiktok is any guide, it appears that his modern day ideological descendants have internalized the lesson.

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