‘Anti-semite’ Musk finds himself in hot spot with ‘Big Jew’ – www.cairnsnews.org

Criticise George Soros and you’re an anti-semite, according to the Jewish media networks.


LET’S make one thing clear from the start: People who hate and denigrate someone simply because that person was born into some particular ethnic-religious group can quite rightfully be called a “racist”, but leave it at that. They don’t need to go to a re-education camp.

People can actually have good reasons to fear being overrun by another people group whose culture and customs clash with theirs. The literal flood of Islamic people into Europe and North America facilitated by the globalist NGOs operating under the “Clash of Civilizations” theory are cases in point.

Then there’s the pejorative term “anti-Semite”, used to describe anti-Jewish racists. For starters the term is misleading, because most Jews are not racially Semitic, that is Middle Eastern Arabic. Most are European and Eastern European especially, such as the Ashkenazim. The Sephardic Jews who lived in Spain, North Africa and around the Mediterranean are more likely to have actual Semitic links, but according to DNA surveys they are mostly very mixed racially, given their historic dispersion.

We should also mention that a considerable number of Israeli Jews, brought up under the influence of Talmudic teachings on Jewish supremacy, qualify for the racist label based on their attitude towards and mistreatment of Palestinian Arab people, who were the ethnic majority of British-controlled Palestine before it became Israel in 1948, when they were kicked off their land under the fraudulent agreements worked out by Britain, the Rothschild-led Zionists and the UN.

That international network of Zionists, most of whom who don’t live in Israel, continues its political manipulations today beyond their banking networks into the global digital platforms. This predominantly Anglo-Euro-American club is still led to a great degree by the Rothschild family but also by the big managed fund operators like Larry Fink of Black Rock, a key player in the World Economic Forum.

But just to talk about this obvious social reality makes one an “anti-Semite”, especially in the eyes of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, which was founded in 1913 – interestingly, the same year as the formation of the Federal Reserve. The ADL claims it was formed “in reaction to the crude and overt antisemitism of the period, specifically to the Leo Frank case.”

Recently, with the much propagandised Hamas attack on Israel, followed by the carpet bombing of northern Gaza and the continuing military campaign that looks very much like ethnic cleansing or genocide, this Jewish community has again been squealing about “rising anti-semitism”.

Most of this so-called anti-semitism is the protests and dialogue of the tens of thousands of mostly leftist Palestinian supporters worldwide who don’t like the idea of a US-funded, highly-militarised state led by a white Jewish elite oppressing the indigenous inhabitants.

The owner of the X social media platform Elon Musk has found himself in hot water with this Jewish elite, to whom he recently gave a very prominent middle finger. The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith had instigated an advertising boycott against X because of Musk’s libertarian stance in allowing so-called “hate speech” on his platform i.e. people’s honest opinions, bigoted or otherwise.

The boycott has been costly for Musk, with companies including Apple, Disney, IBM, Netflix and Walmart withdrawing accounts. When asked about this in a public interview at the DealBook Summit with Andrew Sorkin of the New York Times, Musk responded: “I hope they stop. Don’t advertise.”

Sorkin came back with “You don’t want them to advertise? What do you mean?” “If somebody’s going to try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f…. yourself!” Musk retorted. An awkward silence followed and Musk repeated with hand gestures for emphasis: “Go f… yourself. Is that clear? I hope it is.”

Some in the audience laughed and Musk followed up with “Hey Bob. If you’re in the audience. That’s how I feel. Don’t advertise.” The “Bob” was an obvious reference to Bob Iger, the Jewish CEO of the Walt Disney Company, who was attending the event. Ironically, Disney has been subjected to a boycott by people who don’t like the sleazy undertone of much of its content pushed on children. Subscriber numbers fell by 7.4% in one quarter, and lost $461m for the July 1, 2023 quarter.

Musk has posted attacks on George Soros on his own platform, describing him as being like the X-Men supervillain Magneto. When a Jewish writer challenged Musk about the comment, claiming Soros was “a holocaust survivor” with “depth and empathy”, Musk responded: “You assume they are good intentions. They are not. He wants to erode the very fabric of civilization. Soros hates humanity.”

But Musk did back down on his post agreeing with an X user’s accusation that Jewish communities push hatred against whites. Musk says he’s posted some 30,000 times and those particular posts were probably among his worst.

But after his comments about regretting the post, Musk then came up with an intriguing comment. “Prominent people in the Jewish community,” he said, helped fund “demonstrations for Hamas in every major city in the West.” He went on: “If you generically, without condition, fund persecuted groups … some of those persecuted groups, unfortunately, want your annihilation.”

So Musk seems to be referring to psychological operations where Jewish interests covertly build up their opposition to further the “global anti-semitism” narrative and justify the continuance of the Israeli militarist state. Hamas’ infamous October 7 attack played right into Israeli hands.

Elad Nehorai, a writer and Jewish community activist who helps run a “progressive Orthodox” movement called Torah Trumps Hate, took Musk’s further comments as “doubling down on anti-semitism”. He also accused his fellow Jew Sorkin of displaying “how so many in the media have failed in properly addressing Musk’s bigotry”. Elon Musk a bigot? Give us a break.

And then the seemingly inexplicable. In the midst of this firestorm Musk took off to Israel to meet the President Isaac Herzog and tour the site of the Hamas attack with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He also hosted Netanyahu on an X interview. Had the global Jewish political mafia finally got their way with the misbehaving Musk?

The BBC provided the answer: “The trip also saw an agreement reached over Mr Musk’s satellite internet service, Starlink.” “Now an agreement has been reached that Starlink can only be used in Israel and Gaza with approval of the Israeli government. Israel’s Communication Minister Shlomo Karhi said this understanding was vital.” So Musk knows when and where he must play the game. After all, he’s only one billionaire out of the many in the global Jewish billionaire network.

In mid-2022 Musk offered to make Starlink available for free to the Jewish-backed Zelensky regime. Then earlier this year Musk backed down from this when he announced SpaceX had taken steps to prevent Starlink from controlling drones, a critical element of the Zelensky regime’s military forces fighting Russia alongside US and UK special forces.

According to the author of Musk’s biography, Walter Isaacson, Musk secretly ordered his engineers to turn off his company’s Starlink satellite communications network near the Crimean coast in 2022 to disrupt a Ukrainian sneak attack on the Russian naval fleet. As Ukrainian submarine drones strapped with explosives approached the Russian fleet, they “lost connectivity and washed ashore harmlessly,” Isaacson wrote.

Isaacson’s story goes that Ukrainian officials begged Musk to turn the satellites back on, but Musk was supposedly driven by fears that Russia would respond to a Ukrainian attack on Crimea with nuclear weapons, because senior Russian officials had told him so.

Musk’s comeback to all this was that the Starlink service provided by SpaceX was never active over Crimea and that the Ukrainian government made an “emergency request” to him to turn the service on. “There was an emergency request from government authorities to activate Starlink all the way to Sevastopol (a port city in Crimea),” Musk posted on X.

“The obvious intent being to sink most of the Russian fleet at anchor. If I had agreed to their request, then SpaceX would be explicitly complicit in a major act of war and conflict escalation.” In the latest developments with Israel, Musk seems to have changed his tune, but perhaps he knows when to take two steps back when required.

Co-incidentally, we should not read too much into SpaceX’s record setting rocket blowing up within minutes of launch in a test flight from Texas in April this year. The blow-ups are apparently part of the testing process in developing rockets that will eventually take people “back to” the Moon and even Mars. Musk’s relationship with NASA is another rabbit hole we won’t go down for now.

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