ADL and Goyim Defense League

ADL and Goyim Defense League

Musk has threatened to sue the Anti-Defamation League for defamation (lolz).


Apparently Adam Green is the founder of the GDL demonstrating that he is controlled opposition or a “glowie”…

Equivalent of "fed". Glow in the dark, Glowie, Glows, Glowfag, Glownigger. The term was coined by computer programmer Terry A. Davis, who allegedly believed that the CIA was stalking and harassing him.
“I shall not be ashamed to confess that if I had the power, as I have the will, I would select a score of efficient young men – intelligent, decent, devoted to our ideal and burning with desire to help redeem Jews – and I would send them to the countries where Jews are absorbed in sinful self-satisfaction. The task of these young men would be to disguise themselves as non-Jews, and plague these Jews with anti-Semitic slogans, such as ‘Bloody Jew,’ ‘Jews go to Palestine,’ and similar ‘intimacies’. I can vouch that the results in terms of considerable immigration to Israel from these countries, would be ten thousand times larger than the results brought by thousands of emissaries who have been, for decades, preaching to deaf ears.”

Editor ‘Sharun’
Editorial article in official newspaper of the governing Labor Party – “Davar”, Israel – July 11, 1952


Adam Green of Know More News bragged about founding the evil GDL “Goyim Defense League” (1 min)

Double standards.  The ADL has double standards.

Interesting (8 min)


Twitter vs Threads

Twitter vs Threads

This was interesting and now I understand why a viewing limit was set (which has now been lifted).  Twitter is the Wild West which is what makes it such fun.  Threads on Facebook is the sanitized version and they are already censoring. Threads is trying to monopolize everything. 

Twitter vs Threads is More Interesting Than You Think


Notification: Twitter Rate Limits

Notification: Twitter Rate Limits

Yesterday Elon Musk set Rate Limits on the number of tweets that you can view but even worse than that he made it impossible for anyone to view tweets unless you have a Twitter account (and therefore a log in).  My website uses Twitter as an information source and I often embed tweets which is relatively easy as Twitter provides the embed code.

According to Musk, so much data was scraped “that it degraded the service for normal users.” In a later tweet, he clarifies: “Almost every company involved in AI, from start-ups to some of the largest companies, was scraping massive amounts of data. facilitating excessive valuation of an AI start-up”.

Since Friday, the web version of Twitter is no longer accessible to users who are not logged in. The platform asks users to log in with a screen-filling pop-up. If they don’t, they’ll be sent back to the social medium’s homepage.

I don’t know how this will effect the website.  Tweets that contain videos may not work because the viewer might get a Twitter log-in screen.  I reached my rate limit yesterday when he imposed a limit of 600 (now increased to 800) for non-subscribed accounts. Verified (subscriber blue tick accounts have a limit of 8,000) I assume that 600 is the number of posts you view but you can scroll down a page with 20 tweets in a second without reading any.  Also there is no “counter” so you do not know if you are reaching any limit.  Therefore I think this is about limiting the information flow and the reach of information for certain accounts.  I think it is a form of censorship. Also he wants everyone to upgrade to monthly subscription (paid accounts).

Twitter now requires an account to view tweets

The reason I use Twitter is because the EMBED function allows me to simply copy and paste code and insert a tweet on this website.  This means if I want to post a document or image I can display a post that is on the Twitter servers and not one that fills up the limited space that I am allocated on my server. So, I get a free ride.

As far as other apps that resemble Twitter none come near with the reach or functionality. Gab does not embed properly neither does Mastodon. I checked out the above BlueSky but they use gatekeepers (you need an invite to get on) and I don’t even know if they have an embed function.   I thought that Nitter might be a good option because all you need to do is substitute with in the embed code.  Nitter is like a copy (scrapped) open source (no adverts or menus) of Twitter.  Perhaps one of the reasons Musk did this was to take down Nitter and tighten information control.  See this thread if you are interested:

Information War

We are in an information war and they want to shut down the free flow of information.  I will continue to use Twitter until it is no longer possible simply because there are few other options as good.  If the tweets do not display properly for my readers they need to let me know.  To this end I have created an email address that is to be used exclusively for technical issues (do not spam me or ask irrelevant questions).  Just let me know if the tweets are not working and what sort of browser you have.  Let me know if you have to log-in to Twitter to view the tweets.  Take a screenshot if something looks odd.  I will check the email every now and then and monitor it for problems:

Send an email to:

Tweet Digest: Wolf at the door?

Tweet Digest: Wolf at the door?

Noahide laws here we come. Comply or die.😂 My prediction is a multi-polar world and a Trump/JFK Jr unity ticket (no left/right) and some sort of theocratic nationalism. Oligarchs like Musk and Thiel will be onboard, as will many “Christians” and we will see a New Age consciousness movement, ESG, blockchain, tokenism etc all brought to you by the “good guys” For redacted read “Jews” Don’t worry the Jews will save you.

Swap one Psychotic Jew out for another one (lolz):


There are no heroes

Wake up to your nightmare

 JFK Jr and  Chabad will save us

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Elon the imperator of Mars will save you


Twitter STILL Banning Criticism Of Fauci & Lab Leak Theory!(8 min)

Israel will save us


Praise the LORD, O my soul. I will praise the LORD all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live. Do not put your trust in princes, in mortal men, who cannot save. When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing. (Psalm 146)


Ryan Christian and Whitney Webb

Ryan Christian and Whitney Webb

She is correct when she says they all provide useful information but she warns that you must watch them all.   They are all linked.  This the matrix web of the alt media and they are also part of the great game.  My belief is that everything will coalesce around JFK Jr and Trump  as the right and the left come together and all religions are brought under one roof under the guise of developing a “Christ” consciousness and Unity.   Anyone who adheres to the old ways will be seen as divisive and troublesome and must be purged from te New Age Religion and New World Order.   

Ryan Christian & Whitney Webb (12 min)


The TIDE is TURNING! #prophecy (27 min)

This video is placed here so that I can keep my finger on the pulse of what is being put out there.  It contains some useful information but I am beginning to think that he is part of the psyop which will swing everyone behind JFK and/or Trump when the “New Age” gets inaugurated.  I watch everyone and learn from everyone, and one by one they all reveal their true intentions.

Elon Musk Subpoenaed

Elon Musk Subpoenaed

Referred By Epstein? Elon Musk Subpoenaed by US Virgin Islands In Jeffrey Epstein Litigation (2 min)

Then there is Elon’s ex-wife at the scene of the Grimes channeling Ahriman. Ahriman is the evil spirit in Early Iranian Religion, Zoroastrianism, and Zorvanism, Lord of Darkness and Chaos, and the source of human confusion, disappointment, and strife.These people make me look decidedly normal (lolz).  I intend to write something about Ahriman as it relates to what is happening (trying to find time).

A Dangerous Precedent for Free Speech

A Dangerous Precedent for Free Speech

I got this GAB notification in my email and I have to say that I agree with Torba so I have reproduced it here.

Elon Musk’s Compliance with Turkish Censorship Demands

A Dangerous Precedent for Free Speech

Recent events involving Twitter and Elon Musk complying with the Turkish government’s request to censor political content during their elections have raised concerns about the potential consequences for free speech.

Late Friday evening Twitter released a statement noting “In response to legal process and to ensure Twitter remains available to the people of Turkey, we have taken action to restrict access to some content in Turkey today.” On Saturday some journalists picked up on this statement and noted that “free speech” Twitter was complying with foreign government demands for censorship.

In response to this, Elon Musk tweeted “The choice is have Twitter throttled in its entirety or limit access to some tweets. Which one do you want?” as well as “This is par for the course for all Internet companies – we are just going to be clear that it’s happening, unlike the others.” In other words, “everyone else is doing it so that makes it okay!”

This statement is wrong for two reasons. First of all, even if everyone was complying with foreign government demands for political censorship it would not make it a correct decision. Secondly, not all internet companies are doing this. I would know. Dealing with demands from foreign governments to censor political speech on an American-owned American-run social media platform is something deals with on a week-to-week basis.

For example in December of last year the UK government demanded that Gab ban a user and censor “offensive” content. Upon review we found no violation of our Terms of Service and that no US laws were being broken. Accordingly, our response to the UK government was to get lost.

Prior to that the German government demanded that we comply with their censorship guidelines for users in Germany, to which we declined. We now have $30,000+ fine–which we will not pay–and now I likely can never safely make a trip into Germany until they change their draconian speech laws.

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These are just two of countless examples of foreign governments demanding that Gab engage in political censorship. Each time our answer remains the same: if the content is legal in the United States it’s legal on Gab and it’s not being removed. There is absolutely nothing that foreign governments can to do force an American company to comply with foreign speech laws.

Twitter’s decision sets a dangerous precedent that other countries may use to demand similar censorship, undermining the principles of open dialogue and discourse. In contrast, platforms like Gab have demonstrated a commitment to upholding free speech, even in the face of government pressure. The ramifications of Twitter’s compliance with these demands highlights the importance of resisting censorship demands to protect the fundamental right to free speech.

The Precedent for Global Censorship

By acceding to the Turkish government’s request to censor political content, Twitter and Elon Musk have opened the door for other nations to demand similar actions. This creates a concerning precedent that weakens the platform’s commitment to free speech. Other governments could now point to this compliance and exert pressure on Twitter to censor content that challenges their own political agendas, effectively stifling dissent and suppressing valuable discourse.

False Justifications

Twitter’s excuse that “every internet platform does this” is not only disingenuous but also the wrong choice when it comes to protecting freedom of expression. Rather than using this argument as a justification for compliance, Twitter should have taken a principled stand in defense of free speech. The company’s decision to comply with the Turkish government’s demands tarnishes its reputation as a platform that values open dialogue and encourages diverse perspectives.

The Power of Resisting Censorship

Had Twitter refused to comply with the Turkish government’s censorship requests, even at the risk of being banned from the country, it would have sent a powerful message about its commitment to upholding free speech. This principled stance would have demonstrated to the world that Twitter does not bow down to the demands of foreign governments seeking political censorship. By yielding to these demands, Twitter has inadvertently compromised its integrity as a platform that champions the right to express differing opinions.

The Example of Gab

In contrast to Twitter, platforms like Gab have shown that taking a firm stance against government censorship is a winning strategy for preserving free speech. Gab has consistently refused to comply with demands from governments, such as the UK and Germany, to censor political content. By prioritizing the fundamental right to free expression, Gab has garnered respect and support from individuals who value open discourse, and it has become a symbol of resistance against censorship.

Twitter and Elon Musk’s compliance with the Turkish government’s censorship requests sets a dangerous precedent for the future of free speech on the platform. By acquiescing to these demands, they have undermined the principles of open dialogue and free speech values that the platform claims to uphold. Twitter should have taken a principled stand, even if it meant facing a ban from the country.

Platforms like have shown that refusing to comply with government censorship requests is not only possible but also crucial for maintaining the integrity of free speech. It is imperative that social media platforms recommit to the principles of open dialogue and resist the pressures of censorship to ensure that the freedom of speech remains protected in the digital realm, which is exactly what Gab plans to continue doing.

Andrew Torba
Jesus Christ is King of kings

Linda Yaccarino

Linda Yaccarino

Twitter’s New CEO Is World Economic Forum Taskforce Chair, Will Implement Their Agendas (3 min)