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ADL Chief Who Smeared Steve Bannon Directed Project at SOROS-Funded Institute


The more we peel back the curtain on the fraudulent ADL, the more evil we discover their machinations. I have written extensively on their attacks on Jews that they perpetrate while alleging to fight antisemitism. It’s to laugh, it’s to cry.

It is hardly surprising that ADL leadership colluded with the black hand of Soros. Perf.

Dan F opined, “the arch anti-Semite acquired a seat  at the table of the Major Jewish Organizations. Instant credibility! (But only if the Nazi collaborator kept a low profile, as he invariably does with all his Jewish predations.) This whole affair is emblematic of the state of affairs in today’s American Jewish community. Driven by the Reform and Conservative sects, and an armful of progressive Jewish self-haters, utterly clueless about Israel and Judaism.”

“ADL Chief Who Smeared Steve Bannon Directed Project at Soros-Funded Institute,” Breitbart, November 20,2016:

TEL AVIV – Jonathan Greenblatt, the National Director and CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), previously directed an initiative at a George Soros-financed, far-left institute, and he worked for the Obama administration just prior to joining the ADL.


Greenblatt last week stirred controversy by baselessly smearing Steve Bannon for associations with anti-Semites. Those charges collapsed after Jewish leaders and Breitbart employees described Bannon as staunchly pro-Israel and a fighter of anti-Semitism, with the ADL itself conceding on Thursday that it is “not aware of any anti-Semitic statements made by Bannon himself.”

Bannon, Breitbart’s former executive chairman, was named by President-elect Donald Trump last week as chief strategist of the new White House administration.

Greenblatt in November 2014 was appointed head of the ADL, coming straight from the Obama administration, where he served as Director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation.

Greenblatt’s official ADL bio shows little documented experience in combating anti-Semitism.

Greenblatt was an ADL intern while a graduate student at Tufts University, but the Forward newspaper reported that his “professional life took him to other directions.”

Continued the paper:

He managed real estate and later co-founded a socially conscience business venture, Ethos Brands, which sold bottled water while donating part of the profits to clean water programs. The company was later sold to Starbucks and Greenblatt became a vice president of the giant coffee shop conglomerate. He later served as head of GOOD media company and founded the not-for-profit All for Good, an Internet platform connecting volunteers with organizations seeking help. Greenblatt also taught social entrepreneurship at UCLA.

Soros ties

Until his appointment as head of Obama’s Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, Greenblatt served as Director of the Impact Economy Initiative at the George Soros-funded Aspen Institute.

Curiously, that role is not mentioned in Greenblatt’s ADL bio, which simply states that he is “a member of the 2006 class of Henry Crown Fellows at the Aspen Institute.”  The Fellowship describes itself as seeking to “develop the next generation of community-spirited leaders, providing them with the tools necessary to meet the challenges of business and civic leadership in the 21st century.”

Besides funding from Soros, Aspen has hosted Soros on numerous occasions, including one reportedly clandestine summit aimed at devising a strategy to defeat George W. Bush in the 2004 election.

The Aspen Institute’s official mission statement is nondescript. It says the organization seeks to:

Spark intellectual inquiry and exchange, connecting new concepts to timeless values.

Create a diverse worldwide community of leaders committed to the greater good.

Provide a nonpartisan forum for reaching solutions on vital public policy issues.

Like Aspen’s generalized mission statement, Greenblatt described what he meant by “Impact Economy,” the namesake of the Aspen division that he directed, in general terms. He stated in a 2011 interview that “Impact Economy” focuses on “national competitiveness, social impact and environmental benefit… a phenomenon that encompasses a wide range of sectors including community enterprises and clean tech as well as new fields such as affordable living and ethical brands.”

Discover the Networks reports on Aspen’s mission thusly:

Encompassing a broad range of issues, many of AI’s policy-work programs are rooted in the belief that the United States is a nation whose history amounts largely to an unbroken narrative of injustice; that government intervention frequently represents the best remedy for social and economic problems; and that America’s deep-seated “structural racism,” while “harder to see than its previous incarnations,” is just as likely as its forerunner to “perpetuate racial group inequity.”

Indeed, the term “structural racism” is a major theme on Aspen’s website. And it has been the theme of numerous Aspen publications and events. A closer look may help explain Greenblatt’s institutional background at Aspen as it relates to his perspective on issues of racism.

Aspen defines “structural racism,” which it contends continues to impact the U.S., as:

A system in which public policies, institutional practices, cultural representations, and other norms work in various, often reinforcing ways to perpetuate racial group inequity. It identifies dimensions of our history and culture that have allowed privileges associated with “whiteness” and disadvantages associated with “color” to endure and adapt over time. Structural racism is not something that a few people or institutions choose to practice. Instead it has been a feature of the social, economic and political systems in which we all exist.

An Aspen blog post regarding the Institute’s “Roundtable on Community Change” contends:

From both historical and contemporary standpoints, whites have possessed advantages in all of the principal opportunity domains for a long time, including education, employment, housing, health care, political representation, and media influence. It has accumulated into an understanding among whites (and perhaps others) that “whiteness is the ‘default setting’ for race in America” and that it is the “assumed color” of our nation.

Aspen’s roundtable suggested the use of a “structural racism lens” to understand the following concepts:

The racial legacy of our past.

How racism persists in our national policies, institutional practices, and cultural representations.

How racism is transmitted and either amplified or mitigated through public, private, and community institutions.

How individuals internalize and respond to racialized structures.

The roundtable concluded it is “important to challenge the American ideals of equal opportunity and meritocracy by considering the following”:

The notion of the “fairness of the system.”

Consider where we, as individuals, fit into and help sustain structural racism, especially in the media and popular culture.

Reflect on the role that social service, community development, or philanthropic organizations play in the maintenance of racial inequity.

Soros’s Open Society Foundations has provided numerousgrants to the Aspen Institute totaling at least $515,000.

In August 2004, Soros reportedly attended “a clandestine summit meeting” that “took place at the Aspen Institute, in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. The participants, all Democrats, were sworn to secrecy” and, according to the New Yorker, included Soros and four other billionaires who “shared a common goal: to use their fortunes to engineer the defeat of President George W. Bush in the 2004 election.”

In 2006, National Review Online reported:

Soros, through his Open Society Institute, provides support for the Aspen Institute, which runs various activities in support of its stated mission of “foster[ing] enlightened leadership and open-minded dialogue.” Among these activities are its “Justice and Society Seminars,” which often have federal judges as participants. The Aspen Institute has waived the steep seminar fee (currently up to $6,950) for participating federal judges, and also has covered their expenses for travel, lodging, and meals.

Soros himself spoke at a July 2004 Aspen event titled “America’s Role in the Fight Against Global Poverty.”

In August 2006, Aspen hosted Soros again for a speech about his book released that year, titled, The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror.

Jim Spiegelman, Aspen’s director of communications, formerly served as “special assistant” to Soros, Spiegelman’s Aspen bio notes.

Soros-funded J Street

Greenblatt, meanwhile, stirred controversy for remarks he made about Israel at a speech earlier this year to J Street, the Soros-financed liberal Middle East activist organization.

J Street has been critical of Israeli anti-terror operations, considers Israeli settlements an “obstacle to peace,” and strongly supported the Iran nuclear deal labeled by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a threat to Israel’s very survival.

The pro-Israel Zionist Organization of America compiled some of Greenblatt’s most controversial statements at the J Street speech alongside ZOA’s “concerns” about those statements.

ZOA says Greenblatt “wrongly blamed ‘both sides’ for acts that are the sole responsibility of Palestinian Arabs and their leaders.”

This was a response to Greenblatt’s statements: “We must be on guard for those… who place blame on one side instead of putting forward solutions that acknowledge the role and responsibility of both sides” and “both sides need more investment and less intifada, more business and less boycott, more help and less hate.”

ZOA contended that Greenblatt “falsely accused fellow Jews of ‘Islamophobia’ and ‘marginalizing Palestinians’ and claimed that the ‘Palestinian narrative’ is ‘legitimate.’”

Greenblatt stated at the J Street dinner: “We should not stand idly by when those in our community exhibit Islamophobia or deny the rights of the marginalized, Palestinian or otherwise. So, when it comes to striving for a two state solution, it’s critical for two parties to meet halfway.  Both sides need to acknowledge the legitimacy of the other’s narrative.  We need equal pressure for equality.”

The ZOA noted that the “Palestinian narrative” consists of the “false claim that Jews living on Jewish land are ‘occupiers’ that ‘stole’ their own land from ‘Palestinian’ Arabs.  The ‘Palestinian narrative’ also falsely claims that Jerusalem and the Temple Mount are Islamic holy places that Jews are ‘defiling,’ and that Jews have no connection to Jerusalem.”

The ZOA argued Greenblatt “falsely implied that Israel does not protect Arab citizens’ rights today, and instead portrayed protecting Arab citizens’ rights as a future aspiration for which activists must fight.”

Greenblatt stated: “We want to see Israel as a democratic country that acknowledges [sic] and protects [sic] the rights of all its citizens, Ashkenazi and Sephardic, Sabra and immigrant, Jew and Arab.”

The ZOA further protested:

Israel in fact already protects the rights of all its citizens, including its Arab citizens.  Israeli Arabs vote in Israeli elections; serve as doctors, lawyers and top judges in Israel; and even sit as members of the Israeli Knesset, despite supporting Israel’s enemies. Israeli Arab MK’s have visited and comforted families of Arab terrorists who murdered Jews, joined the IHH flotilla to break the Israeli blockade of arms shipments to Hamas, urged Islamist terrorist group Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah to fight Israel, and supported the kidnapping of Israeli soldiers.

The ZOA wrote that Greenblatt “encouraged criticism of Israel as to why there is no ‘two–state solution’” whole ignoring that the Palestinians rejected offers of a state in 1937, 1947, 2000, and 2008, and have refused to even come to the bargaining table in recent years.

The ZOA was referring to Greenblatt’s statement: “Looking back [after the hopes of Oslo], some disagree about what happened or how we get to that two-state solution. We can – and should – have a robust debate. We can criticize and argue with our brothers and sisters in Israel, and with their government. I know I do. I know ADL does.” Greenblatt also said: “We can seek to support Palestinian self-determination.”

Jerusalem Post columnist and veteran international Jewish leader Isi Leibler protested not only Greenblatt’s statements on Israel, but the ADL chief’s attendance at a J Street event, which Leibler feared would provide legitimacy to the controversial organization.

The negative impact of Greenblatt’s overtures to J Street should not be underestimated. This is a crucial period in Israel-US relations. For one of the wealthiest Jewish establishment bodies to shower praise on an organization with a consistent track record of undermining and demonizing Israel and to call for its inclusion in the “big tent” will surely serve to encourage Obama to exert pressure against Israel in the last months of his tenure.

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  • Mark Steiner

    It is going to be up to American Jews (outside this forum) to decide what “god” they worship: the one which acknowledges the Jewish State of Israel’s right to exist and to thrive outside the smear tactics of apartheid and BDS, and offer support to the Jewish State, OR, the Obama/Soros/Hillary axis of evil that continues its captivation of 70-75% of American Jews who vote in favor of those representing the most evil political party to show its face in the history of the good ole’ USA.

    Joshua 24:15.

    • Guest

      The Jews only have a small part of “the promised land” the Jewish state…the Jewish state is not a part of “the promised Land” as long as it was awarded by the UN. God awarded “THE PROMIDED LAND” not the UN..Time for God to allow the Jews to take back their PROMISED LAND !

      • Mark Steiner

        Correct. Examination of the land promised in Genesis 15 is much larger than Israel has ever possessed. Even in the days of kings David and Solomon, the kingdom never possessed even 10% of what was promised. You are looking at an area of about 300,000 square miles from the east bank of the Nile River to the Euphrates and mostly east of the Mediterranean Sea.

        The UN was only a vehicle to begin reestablishment of the modern state, but even this area is much smaller than what was promised from the Balfour Declaration (1917) forward. Beside the area we are familiar with, the San Remo conference in 1920 promised a large area of land EAST of the Jordan River to be part of the future Jewish State. This eastern area is very close in area and shape to modern Jordan. This history is fascinating and deeply troubling in many ways, so yes, the God of Israel will settle the matter once and for all, and the Israel promised will finally become reality.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    There should be some way to kick the adl out of any connection to Israel and decent Jews. This group are a bunch of egotistical self centred elitists who are a disgrace to all creatures walking on their hind legs.

    • AlgorithmicAnalyst

      Evil sociopaths. Bizarre psychology, for someone to have the happiest time of his life, collaborating with the N@zis against his coreligionists. High intelligence combined with a profoundly evil nature.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        Intelligent, maybe, smart, definitely not, he can be caught like a monkey in a narrow necked bottle with peanuts at the bottom.

  • Patrick

    “The love of money is the root of all of evil.” Greenblatt is a discredit to his fellow Jews as well all victims of anti Semitism both living and deceased. Greenblatt is clearly an implant of the left, an operative. The left has been stripped bare for all to see. Deceitful subversives all of them. Everything they touch becomes corrupted.

    • Michael Garfinkel

      I agree entirely with your comment, but it’s important to acknowledge that someone like Greenblatt is not the head of a major Jewish organization like the ADL by accident.

      Not at all; Greenblatt embodies the dominant attitude in elite Jewish circles, which is very sympathetic to the agenda of the Left, even though that agenda is hostile to the interests of the Jewish community.

      And that is both a sorrow and a pity

  • John Russelman
  • puhiawa

    Another institution taken over by the left to do exactly the opposite of what was intended.

    • AHH!!!

      I’m sure it was intended.


    Not so quick. Before we can talk about peace, first ban Islam.
    Ban the Muhammadism conspiracy, save lives & profound human rights.
    Stop the harassment of people in Israel/ Gaza-region & worldwide with Islam.
    Ban the Muhammadism-conspiracy, save profound human rights! Instead of freeing African slaves in Muhammadism-conspiracy-tyrannies Trump uses his Bergdahl-type anti-Islamophohia-regime, Muhammadism-conspirator James Matis who wants to limit human rights to America only, to harass the people in Israel/ Gaza-region with Islam.
    I knew you can’t trust a German.
    He condemned Pamela Geller, no politician in his right mind would do that.
    Another president who turns out to be a Muhammadism-conspirator.
    Ban Islam, Save lives.
    Ban Muhammadism conspiracy, save profound human rights.
    It’s emblematic for the Muhammadism-conspirators to claim to be opposed to racism while omitting the exposition of the racism kf the Muhammadism-conspiracy, maybe to obfuscate about their identification with this racism in case it would be exposed.
    One racist mythology invented by sadist, racist slaver tyrant, inventor of slavery of Africans, child-rapist & pederast, mass-murderer, theist psychopath, genital mutilationist, clitodirectomist Muhammad claims that there was a first person (Adam) out of who’s left shoulder blacks got created to perdition while whites of his right shoulder. Neglecting that racism is complicit & criminal as there’s slavery today of Africans in Saudi Arabia, Mauritania(25%,50%?of population), new north Sudan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Yemen, Oman, Algeria, Lebanon, Qatar (?), Pakistan, UAE, Niger, Libya, Nigeria, Chad, Mali, Somalia & elsewhere inspired by sadist, racist slaver tyrant, inventor of slavery of Africans, child-rapist & pederast, mass-murderer, theist psychopath, genital mutilationist, clitodirectomist Muhammad who owned Africans as slaves & said that his deity turned Africans black, so their descendants would be slaves to Arabs & Turks (Abeed means African & slave in Arabic,) (Read more about sadist, racist slaver Muhammad at WikiIslam). & IslamicState stated they want to revive slavery of Africans in America.
    Anti-African racists & Muhammadism Out of Africa!
    Ban the Muhammadism-conspiracy & democracy, save profound human rights!

  • Peter Joffe

    Since the end of the dark ages and the beginning of the industrial revolution, western countries have been building a better life for all. Now it seems that we are preparing to throw that all away because it is ‘politically correct’ to bring barbarity back from the dead???

  • Hap Harris

    The only thing Jonathan Greenblatt knows for sure is how to part his hair. But…he obviously has not learned the value of “Turtle Wax.

  • AHH!!!

    This monster Soros seems to want the lowest common denominator to be level of the bar everywhere. What a horrible future that would be.

  • Judi

    It would appear Jonathan Greenblatt has found his ‘soulmate’ in George Soros. Two self-hating Jews.

    • Guest

      Yes anyone connected to George Soreass, in any way, is no one to have any confidence in whatsoever….example …..Obama.

  • Charlotta Jones

    The ADL is now an offshoot of J Street. Time to establish another organization-the “Alt ADL” Or something like that.

    Remember Soros walked around Hungary with a Nazi and confiscate the property of Jews who were sent to Auschwitz to die. he was totally unapologetic about that in a Steven Krofts 60 Minutes interview:


    By the way, this is being scrubbed fr the internet and from Twitter every time someone posts it

    • Craig

      We should start a pot of money (like the one for Lon Horiuchi) and when someone offs Soros, they get the money. Kind of like a lottery.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      What a sick, sad man.

  • AR154U☑ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ DEPLORABLE 2016

    The self loathing, anti-Christian Jew seems to infest American politics !!!
    The very same Anti-Defamation League (ADL), was ordered by Clinton campaign and DNC, to call Trump an anti-Semite for a Red star Tweet ?!
    Jews such as these, are why anti-Semitism continues to live, and grow larger !!!

  • Wayne Ville … a Deplorable

    Soros worked for the NAZIs in WWII. He now continues their work. The ADL is a Soros organization. The ADL is therefore a NAZI organization. Anyone giving money to the ADL is a NAZI. Not in word but in deed.

  • Jackie

    Soros has a very bad betting record! An Aspen meeting to throw money down a hole to defeat George W. All that money to Hillary, BLM, and CTR. Didn’t work. Seems to back the losing horse most of the time.

  • Craig

    The pix of Soros and Dr.Evil are apropos.
    Soros is like a fungus, he is involved in everything anti-American, but you don’t make the connection until his face surfaces after the damage has been done.

  • ggaryc

    The “Jüdischer Ordnungsdienst” rises again…

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