JACK POSOBIEC: The Regime strikes back against Elon

The liberal establishment are not fans of Elon Musk. This much, anyone with a brain knows. Ever since Musk bought Twitter, and destroyed their central method for imposing struggle sessions/professional ruin on dissenting Americans, they have been desperate for something, anything, that will let them take him down.

They think they’ve found it now. This past Wednesday, the following tweet appeared:

Musk replied to this with “You have said the actual truth.” An hour and forty minutes later, he added:


He has since added that he is “deeply offended by [the Anti-Defamation League’s] messaging and any other groups who push de facto anti-white racism or anti-Asian racism or racism of any kind. I’m sick of it. Stop now.”

Now, the original tweet Elon was responding to no doubt went over the line in accusing Jewish communities as a whole of perpetuating “dialectical hatred against whites.” Had that been the entirety of the tweet, and Elon had still agreed with it, we might have a problem. But it wasn’t. Musk’s subsequent tweets have made very clear that he is violently opposed to antisemitism. See:

His real criticism, which appeared in his original follow-up tweet, is that liberal and Leftist groups “cannot, by their own tenets, criticize the minority groups who are their primary threat.” In other words, far from being an antisemite, Musk actually takes the obligation to fight antisemitism so seriously that he believes the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is betraying its mission by only focusing on targets considered acceptable by liberals, when the real threat comes from their own woke base, to say nothing of the “BIPOC” they lionize.

About this, he is unquestionably correct. In fact, in 2022, Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the ADL himself, admitted that the organization’s definition of racism had become so woke that it didn’t even actually cover the literal Holocaust. That definition, by the way, was “the marginalization and/or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges White people.” Small wonder, then, that Greenblatt added, “In all honesty, as I re-read it this past week, it struck me that it didn’t even speak to my own family’s experience with the racism they experienced as Jews from the Middle East.” About this much, I agree with him.

Which is part of what makes the ADL’s attempt to claim the moral high ground against Elon Musk for purported “antisemitism” so infuriating. Let’s not kid ourselves: anyone with a brain should be able to tell that Musk is no antisemite. His business partner, David Sacks, is Jewish and no dummy. He has unflinchingly called out the pro-Hamas Left, and as his tweet about “decolonization” makes clear, he has nothing but contempt for the Hutus and Tutsis cosplay they call an ideology, viewing it (correctly) as a mandate for exterminating Jews by another name. That he apparently believes that opposition to genocidal rhetoric should also extend to when that rhetoric is used against whites and Asians is a sign of moral clarity: “never again” means “never again” for everyone.

However, while we’re on the subject of not kidding ourselves, let’s admit what this attempt to speciously tie Musk to antisemitic ideology is really about, something which Musk himself flagged: the establishment desperately wants social media censorship “to protect its political center-of-gravity,” IE to shut anyone up who isn’t part of the globalist Uniparty:

In other words, when you see the likes of the White House, Jake Tapper, and Media Matters attacking Musk, it isn’t due to any newfound concern for Jewish people. If it were, they’d all have condemned BLM co-founder Patrice Cullors for calling for the end of Israel and likening the world’s one Jewish state to apartheid-era South Africa. Go ahead, try to find those condemnations. I’ll wait.

If this were really about antisemitism, you’d expect advertisers to have pulled ads en masse from TikTok after Osama bin Laden’s “Letter to America,” which argues that “the creation and continuation of Israel is one of the greatest crimes, and you are the leaders of its criminals,” and that “the American people cannot be innocent of all the crimes committed by the Americans and Jews against us,” became a viral sensation. Yet the likes of IBM, whose CEO once enjoyed cozy relations with Adolf Hitler himself, are silent on that point.

No. The actual issue here is that Musk is the lone person resisting the establishment’s project to turn social media into a carefully controlled garden party to which anyone who dissents from the liberal “consensus” is ejected – and ejected, moreover, because of things they post on Musk’s platform. In short, this is the regime striking back against its most effective tormentor.

However, they are at a disadvantage, and not just because Musk can financially outlast these kinds of attacks. There are also questions about whether Media Matters has faked screenshots purporting to show advertisements linked to pro-Hitler content. Considering that even the famously liberal Snopes busted them for doing something similar to the late, great Rush Limbaugh, these are reasonable questions to have. What’s more, those questions will get louder, the longer the freakout goes on. Musk has said so much that has made the establishment scream bloody murder that it’s become background noise. On the other hand, when the establishment screws up, it’s still news, if only because they’ve tried so hard to censor any mention of those screwups. You know, like Ukraine. Or the $100 billion to Iran. Or (and to them, this is probably Musk’s real sin) the Twitter Files and their revelation of the censorship industrial complex.

So no, Elon Musk doesn’t hate Jews and moreover, the establishment wouldn’t care if he did, provided he hated Jews for woke reasons. What they hate him for is loving your right to free speech. Which is to say, they really hate you and, like President Trump, Elon

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