Jewish Lobby Demands Google, Twitter, and Yahoo Internet Censorship—or Face Lawsuits

The self-described “legal arm of the pro-Israel community” Jewish lobby has issued “cease and desist” legal threats against Google, Twitter, and Yahoo, demanding that they censor content critical of the Jews’ “Holocaust” narrative—or face legal action.

According to a press release issued by the New York-based Lawfare Project—which on its website claims to be the “Legal Arm of the Pro-Israel Community,” that organization’s Executive Director Brooke Goldstein has announced the legal action in Spain “against internet giants Yahoo, Google, and Twitter, for failing to address the proliferation of Holocaust denial websites” on their platforms.

“Unless Google, Yahoo, and Twitter take down the anti-Semitic content on their platforms, they will be taken to court in Spain, and elsewhere,” said Goldstein.

In the last week, these Jews sent “cease and desist letters to a number of search engines, including Google and Yahoo, with possible action planned against Twitter.”





The letters state that if the platforms “do not act decisively and quickly to take down the anti-Semitic and defamatory content, as defined by Spanish law, a lawsuit will be filed against them.”

“Google, Yahoo, and Twitter are all hosting antisemitic websites and content on their platforms that violate Spanish law. If they do not respond positively to the cease and desist letters sent last week, we will file lawsuits against them,” said Ignacio Wenley Palacios, The Lawfare Project’s Spanish counsel.

The Lawfare Project is also known for being the first of at least three Jewish lobbies to file legal suits against the Belgian government in 2017 and early 2018 for that country’s law banning Jewish and Muslim ritual slaughter of animals, a cruel and backward process which inflicts great pain upon the animals and is increasingly being rejected by all civilized people for the animal cruelty that it is.

That legal action against Belgium is still ongoing, as the law is only due to take effect in 2019.


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4 Comments

  1. As I understand, Spain doesn’t have holocaust denial laws yet, but (((they’re))) trying to hang them up on some sort of technicality in their law by redefining terms under their own criteria, as usual.

  2. It’s hard to believe outfits like google and youtube could care about some tinpot thing like this, especially as it applies only to a few small countries. It’s possible it may be a joint strategy, one group of Jews pretending to be obeying the law as prosecuted by another group of Jews.

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