The Koch Brothers and George Soros sponsored the “Private Sector Leadership Summit” last week in San Francisco, CA where the billionaire globalist oligarchs urged tech corporations to increase their Big Brother censorship practices.
The event took place on July 17 at the Airbnb headquarters. The summit is an offshoot of the “Communities Overcoming Extremism: The After-Charlottesville Project.” Top sponsors included the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Soros Fund Charitable Foundation, the Charles Koch Institute (CKI), Comcast NBC Universal, the National Immigration Forum, and neocon Bill Kristol’s organization, Defending Democracy Together.
Speakers at the event included CKI Director of Free Expression Sarah Ruger, Cato Institute Vice President John Samples, ADL Extremism Center Director Oren Segal, ADL Senior Vice President of Programs George Selim, and Americans for Prosperity Vice President for Legal and Judicial Strategy Casey Mattox. The event made official the peculiar union of the Koch foundation with the political Left, as they scramble to protect the globalist status quo.
Panels that took place at the event included “Fighting Hate & Extremism in the Gaming Community,” “New Ecosystems for Exploitation: Extremism Online Beyond Traditional Social Media,” and “Design for Good: How Design, UX, and UI Can Positively Impact User Behavior.”
“As social media, payment, and community companies become more aware of and vigilant toward the threat of extremism, extremists will look for new platforms for propaganda and radicalization. Gaming platforms present a vulnerable new ecosystem for future extremists. This platform will examine the threat and potentials for intervention,” the program reads.
The event made it clear that there will be many opportunities for funding from the corporate elite to facilitate the Orwellian nightmare in the digital age. If the plotting of the Koch network is ultimately successful, it won’t even require government intervention for Big Brother to become reality.
“The work of combating extremism will require alliances, partnerships, and funding decisions, in many cases between surprising bedfellows. Join a diverse range of leaders for a conversation about how and why they have sought to involve their organizations in the work of overcoming extremism, including through policy alliances and philanthropic investments,” the program reads.
The Koch brothers and their functionaries, who refuse to support President Donald Trump in 2020 and have confirmed that they will be supporting Democrats in next year’s elections, can no longer masquerade as if they are right-wing conservatives. These cosmopolitan libertines will stop at nothing to protect the globalist agenda that has allowed them to sustain their vast financial empire.
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