ADL: The More Jewish Education (Indoctrination), the Less Anti-Semitism


The ADL essentially admitted that the key to battling anti-Semitism is brainwashing the public into thinking the way the Jews want them to. From the Jerusalem Post:

Twelve percent of Americans harbor deeply anti-Semitic attitudes, according to the poll, a decline of 3 percentage points from the last time the ADL took such a poll, in 2011, but approximately the same number as in an ADL poll in 2009.

According to Curtiss-Lusher, rising levels of education have helped contribute to this decline.

“The greater the degree of education, the lower the degree of anti-Semitism,” he said. “We know the greatest use of our resources is in education.”

Aside from working with children, he continued, “everybody who goes through the FBI curriculum to be an agent takes a course we put on with the Holocaust museum. Teaching about extremism and hate crimes to law enforcement is a big deal to us [and] I think that this will continue.”

As a corollary of his assertion regarding the correlation of education and tolerance, Curtiss-Lusher said that some of the highest levels of anti-Semitism can be seen among first generation immigrants who have not yet acculturated and Americanized.

“We are continuing to [build] new relationships with Latino and Hispanic communities. It’s a growing force in America. They have a higher incidence of anti-Semitism than the general population. Now, when we analyze that, it’s the more recent immigrants with less education who have much higher rates,” he said.

The article went on to again express the Jews concern for the rapid spread of “hate” (aka truth) on the internet and the need to “combat” (aka censor) it:

However, he continued, one of the most important focuses of the ADL as it enters its second century is the vast international forum that is the Internet.

“Hate on the Internet is a new and growing problem,” he explained. “It transcends national borders, states. It’s everywhere. It accelerates and amplifies the hatred that’s there.”

“We’ve always believed the way to battle hate speech is good speech and exposure. We don’t try to censor it. We don’t think driving it underground is the best way to approach it.”

The ADL, Curtiss-Lusher said, has built solid relationships with social networking and search giants such as Facebook and Google and is working to monitor and combat hate online.

“We just did a series of civil rights symposiums in the US. One was at the Facebook headquarters,” he said.