‘Weaponizing anti-Semitism’: Soros-funded leftwing antisemitic and Islamic groups attempt to seize control of Facebook board using “antisemitism”

Neither Orwell nor Kafka would have dared to write such an outrageous, incoherent, impossible narrative. But Goebbels would.

“It’s an absolute disgrace that Facebook sought to deflect criticism and discredit advocates by exploiting anti-Semitic campaigns against philanthropist George Soros.”

I can’t keep up — seriously — head spin. George Soros, one of the worst and most influential antisemites on the face of the earth, is using “antisemitism” to seize control of Facebook board.

Wait, there’s more crazy.

The NAACP called on the Congress to further investigate Facebook in the wake of a Senate Intelligence Committee report revealing that the Russian influence campaign “made an extraordinary effort to target African-Americans.”

….propaganda campaigns conducted by Russia across a gamut of social networks before the US presidential election in 2016 included tactics aimed at discouraging black people from voting.

Its just staggering — the insane lies reported as news.

Headline: Rights groups call for Facebook board overhaul for ‘weaponizing anti-Semitism’

Who are these “rights groups”? The worst of the worst: hard-left antisemites and Muslim antisemites: Arab American Institute; Bend the Arc Jewish Action; Freedom From Facebook, Media Matters for America; MomsRising; MoveOn NAACP; National LGBTQ Task Force, Southern Poverty Law Center…

Why aren’t the organizations of my colleagues or mine ever called rights groups? We actually work in defense of human rights, women, and equality for all before the law. Because the treasonous left has seized the narrative and they crush anyone who stands in the way of their totalitarian goals. And even though Facebook is left-wing and has silenced conservatives across their platform, it’s not enough for the totalitarians. They understand the immense power of Facebook, and they mean to seize that, too. That’s what this is all about. Control.

Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to meet France's President Emmanuel Macron after the "Tech for Good" Summit at the Elysee Palace in Paris on May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to meet France’s President Emmanuel Macron after the “Tech for Good” Summit at the Elysee Palace in Paris on May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
SAN FRANCISCO, United States (AFP) — Dozens of civil rights groups on Tuesday called on Facebook to purge Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg from its board for blunders including “weaponizing anti-Semitism.”

Advocacy and rights group took direct aim at Zuckerberg and Sandberg for Facebook enlisting Definers Public Affairs to conduct research on company critics.

“You retained the services of Definers Public Affairs to investigate, undermine and attack our allies, mimicking the tactics of the worst, disreputable political operatives and hate groups,” read the letter.

“It’s an absolute disgrace that Facebook sought to deflect criticism and discredit advocates by exploiting anti-Semitic campaigns against philanthropist George Soros.”

George Soros, founder and chairman of the Open Society Foundations, attends the annual meeting of the European Council On Foreign Relations, in Paris, France, May 29, 2018. (Francois Mori/AP)
The letter called on Zuckerberg and Sandberg to step down from the Facebook board as long as they serve as top executives, and to expand the board with members reflecting the social network’s diverse global community.

The 32 groups signed to the letter included Arab American Institute; Bend the Arc Jewish Action; Freedom From Facebook, Media Matters for America; MomsRising; MoveOn NAACP; National LGBTQ Task Force, Southern Poverty Law Center, and The Sikh Coalition.

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The letter was sent the same day that the NAACP kicked off a “#LogoutFacebook” boycott of the social network to protest treatment of non-whites at the social network and in the workplace.

Derrick Johnson, president of the NAACP, speaks during a news conference Thursday, May 17, 2018, in Salt Lake City (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Chief executive Zuckerberg has also been targeted by critics who consider him accountable for the actions of the company.

Reports commissioned by the US Senate and unveiled Monday said that propaganda campaigns conducted by Russia across a gamut of social networks before the US presidential election in 2016 included tactics aimed at discouraging black people from voting.

Facebook released an internal civil rights audit on Tuesday, along with a message from Sandberg vowing that they are a priority at the social network.

“As a direct response to feedback from civil rights advocates, we are focusing on voter suppression as a distinct civil rights challenge and will continue this work to be better prepared for future elections,” Sandberg said.

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