PayPal has become the latest big shot representative of the corporate world to sign up in service of the radical left’s agenda as it has now announced a partnership with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in order to “fight extremism and hate” inside the financial industry and throughout “at-risk communities.”
The online money transfer corporation once founded by Elon Musk said that is its “latest effort” for “combating racism, hate and extremism” not just in its own platform but also in the financial industry.
Nothing to do with Elon
The Anti-Defamation League is an international US-based Jewish NGO, whose original focus used to be tackling anti-Semitism.
In recent years, however, it has been leaning further and further to the left and subscribing to the wokeist and Marxist agenda.
PayPal and the ADL announced that their partnership provides for “a research effort”, which is supposed to respond to “the urgent need” for understanding how extremist and hate movements in the US are trying to use financial platforms in order to finance criminal activity.
The intelligence that the two organizations expect to gather from the research “will be shared broadly” in the financial industry as well as with policymakers and law enforcement.
As PayPal is “excited” to partner with ADL, in the words of the former’s Chief Risk Officer, Aaron Karczmer, their join initiative will be led through ADL’s Center on Extremism.
PayPal and ADL say further that they will be seeking to disrupt “the financial pipelines” supporting “extremist and hate movements.”
Besides those, the wokeist partnership vows to also tackle “actors and networks” from profit from “all forms of hate and bigotry”.
The vow is said to refer to “any community” so it remains to be seen whether it might actually be in operation whenever white people do get targeted in discrimination, racism, and hate crimes.
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt touts his NGO’s newly hatched partnership with PayPal as “setting a new standard” so that corporations can bring their “unique experience” when it comes to “critical social issues.”
PayPal and ADL inform further that the establishment and expansion of an entire coalition with other NPOs is core to their partnership.
They mention as a partner, in particular, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
The wokeist corporate-nonprofit partnership promises to share “trends in extremism and hate” with marginalized communities in order to safeguard them from “hate groups and extremists acts.”
LULAC CEO Sindy Benavides also weighs in from the PayPal – ADL release by praising their “innovative partnership” for encouraging others to “think outside the box” when they are “fighting evil.”
Last but not least, the release also contains a quote by Manhattan’s disgraced District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., who has been trying unsuccessfully to take down President Donald Trump’s former business venture, the Trump Organization, by abusing his position of power.
He declares that his office “stands ready to assist” the wokeist partners, i.e. to use his public office to strike down any who might disagree with the wokeist agenda.