Zionist Organization of America Calls Out ADL for Anti-White Racism, Demands Firing of CEO Jonathan Greenblatt
The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) is calling out the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for their anti-white racism, and demanding the firing of the group’s CEO Jonathan Greenblatt for perpetuating this agenda.
ZOA president Morton Klein blasted Greenblatt and the ADL on a wide variety of issues, including their attacking of pro-Israel and Christian Zionist organizations, hiring an outreach director who spews anti-Semitic rhetoric, blasting former Trump secretary of state Mike Pompeo for his pro-Israel policies, supporting a Palestinian liberation activist as part of their “Black History Month” celebration, and putting far-left Black Lives Matter causes ahead of protecting the Jews.
“If the ADL is to retain even a sliver of credibility, it will require more than a pro forma ‘review’ about ‘misaligned’ lesson plans. It’s going to need a complete overhaul and a purge of the Woke leftism and one-sidedness that now permeates almost everything it says and does. The only way to begin that effort is to fire Jonathan Greenblatt. Anything less than that will be a further betrayal of the organization’s responsibilities to speak up for its founding principles and mission,” said Jewish News Syndicate editor-in-chief Jonathan Tobin.
A Fox News investigation on the ADL’s educational content found that the group is promoting the vehemently racist, pseudohistorical doctrine known as critical race theory to their followers. Their investigation forced the ADL to own up to their mistakes, even though they still refuse to admit they are teaching critical race theory.
“We are far from perfect and clearly there is content among our curricular materials that is misaligned with ADL’s values and strategy. We intend to address this issue immediately and openly. We are moving to launch a thorough review of our education content. We will review the findings and implement a process to update them appropriately and expeditiously. We will get this right,” the ADL told Fox News.
Big League Politics has reported on the ADL’s subversive, anti-American propaganda operation in the past:
“The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is using the January 6 Capitol siege to justify its belief that domestic terrorism is a significant threat which requires a “whole of society” mobilization—that is, a collusion of Big Tech with federal and state governments—against it.
Along with the release of its annual “Murder and Extremism in the U.S.” report, the ADL has asked the Biden administration to “convene a Preventing Domestic Terrorism Summit bringing together state, federal and private sector officials,” according to the Times of Israel, which disingenuously used a picture from the August 2017 Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, VA, in their story, thus implicitly comparing out-of-line Trump supporters with white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and the so-called “alt-right.”