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The White House unveiled a strategy to fight antisemitism that involves telling Congress to push social media platforms to be held “accountable” for hate speech.


The Supreme Court is currently authoring its opinion on Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, an enormously consequential decision that could radically change how we use the internet.

The decision, which could be released any time from now to July due to the complex and politically fraught nature of the case, has pit several Jewish organizations against a dwindling number of civil liberties groups willing to defend the Constitutional right to free speech.

This is absolutely abhorrent!!!

These sexual predators need to be arrested!!! This is the most horrific child abuse I’ve ever seen, and everybody just standing around watching this while those pedophiles get away with it!

Are we any better at this point???

Now you may or may not agree with Bhakdi’s statements regarding the Jews and Israel. It’s your free right to do either.

You might think he doesn’t go far enough in condemning Israel, or you might think he goes too far. You might think he expressed himself clumsily and without due regard for the difference between Jewish people and the arguably criminal Israeli state. You might think it’s a stretch to describe modern Israel as “worse” than the Nazis, or you might think it’s more than accurate.

But all of that is missing the real point, which is – Bhakdi is being prosecuted for expressing an opinion.

That’s all.

It’s no coincidence that U.S. President Joe Biden made a sharp U-turn to send F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine on the same weekend that the NATO-backed Kiev regime just lost the strategic battle for Artyomovsk (Bakhmut).

That embarrassing blow would explain Biden’s about-turn on now giving the go-ahead for F-16 fighter jets. The announcement is aimed at shifting the news headlines from a crucial military defeat.

President Biden, in making his announcement, said that he “was assured” by former comedian Zelensky that the F-16s would not strike the territory of the Russian Federation. Such an assurance is worthless, as countless sabotage, drone attacks and assassination attempts by Kiev agents in Russia have shown.

After decades of unprecedented mass immigration, the economic facts are undeniable. Skill shortages have worsened. The overall labour shortage measured by total vacancies has doubled to a million. And far from boosting growth, the highest level of immigration in our history has been accompanied by our slowest productivity growth on record.

Yet, there has been a deafening silence about these failures. Employers and civil servants calling for more immigration are almost never asked: “Since it has failed, why do we need more? Isn’t doing the same thing and expecting a different result Einstein’s definition of madness?” Like quack doctors selling snake oil, they have taken the lack of visible results as an excuse to double the dose.