Anti-Defamation League revised its definition of racism because it was ‘so narrow’

CNN | Feb. 4, 2022

The Anti-Defamation League has revised its definition of racism in the wake of the controversy sparked by “The View” co-host Whoopi Golberg’s comments on the Holocaust.

Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), announced the decision in an essay published this week, saying the organization’s definition had been incomplete, “ineffective and therefore unacceptable.”

“In all honesty, as I re-read it this past week, it struck me that it didn’t even speak to my own family’s experience with the racism they experienced as Jews from the Middle East,” Greenblatt wrote.

Since 2020, the ADL had described racism as “the marginalization and/or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges White people.”

That definition, Greenblatt wrote in his essay, was revised with the intention of acknowledging systemic racism and the impact of White supremacy on people of color.


Government Intel And Security Agencies Behind NGO Demands For More Censorship By X/Twitter

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) are nongovernmental organizations, their leaders say. When they demand more censorship of online hate speech, as they are currently doing of X, formerly Twitter, those NGOs are doing it as free citizens and not, say, as government agents.

But the fact of the matter is that the US and other Western governments fund ISD, the UK government indirectly funds CCDH, and, for at least 40 years, ADL spied on its enemies and shared intelligence with the US, Israel and other governments.  The reason all of this matters is that ADL’s advertiser boycott against X may be an effort by governments to regain the ability to censor users on X that they had under Twitter before Musk’s takeover last November.


Latest BLS report shows 187K new jobs in August – but in reality, America lost 670K jobs in two months –

Latest BLS report shows 187K new jobs in August – but in reality, America lost 670K jobs in two months

Latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that American employers added 187,000 jobs in August. But in reality, the country lost over 670,000 jobs in July and August.

The BLS data for August claims that nonfarm payroll jobs grew by a seasonally adjusted 187,000, far above the Dow Jones estimate of 170,000 and suggesting that the economy is improving. President Joe Biden himself even touted the job figures for August, claiming it shows that the economy is strong.

“As we head into Labor Day, we ought to take a step back and take note of the fact that America’s now in one of the strongest job-creating periods in our history,” Biden claimed. “Some experts said to get inflation under control, we needed higher unemployment and lower wages, but I’ve never thought that was the problem.” (Related: Majority of “new jobs” in the US under Biden have gone to foreigners, not Americans.)

“We learned that the economy created [nearly] 190,000 jobs last month. All told, we’ve added 13.5 million jobs since I took office, around 800,000 of them manufacturing jobs,” continued Biden. “We’ve created more jobs in two years than any president ever created in a single four-year term.”

This report from the BLS shows that the unemployment rate rose from 3.5 percent to 3.8 percent – the highest unemployment rate since February 2022, but media outlets reporting on this increase in unemployment claim that this is “still low by historical standards.”

A more encompassing measure of unemployment, which counts discouraged workers as well as those working part-time for economic reasons, jumped to 7.1 percent, or a 0.4 percent increase and the highest level since May 2022.


BLS data further claims that the labor force participation rate – the proportion of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one – rose in August to 62.8 percent, the highest level since February 2020. The total labor force size also allegedly increased by 736,000.

Finally, the jobs report also claims that Americans are earning more. Average hourly earnings supposedly increased by 0.2 percent in August and 4.3 percent from the same period last year. Both were slightly below economists’ forecasts – 0.3 percent and 4.4 percent, respectively – and is considered a sign that inflationary pressures are easing.

“The U.S. labor market continues to come back to earth but from a very high peak,” claimed Nick Bunker, head of economic research at the Indeed Hiring Lab. “The labor market was sprinting last year and now it’s getting closer to a marathon pace. A slowdown is welcome; it’s the only way to go the distance.”

“People are coming off the sidelines, getting back to their workplaces. Job satisfaction is higher than it’s been in 36 years,” claimed Biden. “We’ve seen record lows in unemployment for African Americans, Hispanic workers, veterans and workers without high school diplomas and the lowest unemployment rate in 70 years for America’s women.”

BLS figures subject to revisions so that Biden can claim massive spikes in job creation on certain months

But according to an investigation conducted by “Tyler Durden” on Zero Hedge, BLS payroll figures for the past few months were revised to be significantly lower.

“Why? So that the White House can take credit for a stronger number – one which also sparks algorithmic buying in the market – only to quietly revise it lower one and two months later when nobody is looking to ease the glideslope for the coming recession,” wrote the site’s author.

The website noted that there were at least two revisions made to previous BLS statistics. For example, initial job creation claimed that around 340,000 new nonfarm payroll jobs were made in May. This was then revised twice to 306,000 and then 281,000 nonfarm payroll jobs were created. These revisions can be seen for every month starting in at least January.

What this means, according to Durden, is that for July and August, instead of several hundred thousand new nonfarm payroll jobs actually being created, around 670,000 full-time jobs were actually lost. This marks the biggest two-month plunge in jobs since early 2020, when around 12.5 million full-time jobs were lost in a month due to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns.

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Donald Trump Jr. says his father is a THREAT to Deep State, Uniparty and Democrats –

Donald Trump Jr. says his father is a THREAT to Deep State, Uniparty and Democrats

Donald Trump Jr. says his father, former President Donald Trump, is a threat to the Deep State, Uniparty and Democrats. The eldest son of Donald Sr. and Ivanka Trump made this remark during an appearance on “Eric Bolling the Balance” on Newsmax.

According to Bolling, the former president’s court dates coincided with many of the Republican Party’s election events. Donald Jr. remarked that this was no coincidence and was designed, just like how his father’s indictment followed legal actions against the Biden crime family.

“He is the threat to the Deep State. He is the threat to the Uniparty and to the Democrats,” said the former president’s son. “They are doing everything possible to prevent him from being the nominee because they understand that he is the threat to their power. All of the national polling shows that Donald Trump is the only guy actually beating Joe Biden.”

“People know Trump [Sr.] is the only way to stop this insanity from happening. And guess what folks? The Democrats know it too which is why they are trying to do it.” (Related: Donald Trump Jr. on father’s indictment: ‘We’re living in 3rd world Banana Republic.’)

Mug shot designed to embarrass and hurt former president had opposite effect

The younger Trump also put in his two cents on his father’s mug shot taken at the Fulton County Jail in Georgia. It was designed to embarrass and hurt the former president, but had the opposite effect.

“It was meant to be a nail in the coffin so to speak of the campaign, but it had exactly the opposite effect because people have become accustomed to this lunacy,” Donald Jr. told Bolling. “They see through it all. They are so much smarter than the people in Washington D.C. They get it, they see it and they are supporting Trump even more than they ever have because they too do not want to risk losing their country and they realize that’s exactly what’s on the table right now.”


He cited how the Black community rallied behind the former president following the publication of his mug shot. The younger Trump recounted that during the Las Vegas stop of the ReAwaken America Tour where he spoke, Black security guards came up to tell him that they knew what was happening and they won’t be voting for the “other guy” – pertaining to Biden.

Donald Jr. pointed out that the American people will one day realize that the Democrats have literally done nothing to help the Black community. Furthermore, they may have done irreparable damage instead.

For his part, the former president’s son has already capitalized on his father’s arrest by selling merchandise with the mug shot. Donald Jr. added a section on his personal website selling T-shirts, mugs and posters that feature the photograph taken at Fulton County Jail. Proceeds of the sale will aid the former president’s legal defense fund.

The younger Trump later shared his father’s mug shot on social media as a warning to the Deep State that the elder Trump will return. “Hey Deep State, he’s coming for you. See you on Jan. 20, 2025,” Donald Jr. wrote.

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EV COLLAPSE: Car dealerships are now rejecting EV deliveries due to low sales –

EV COLLAPSE: Car dealerships are now rejecting EV deliveries due to low sales

According to Scott Kunes, the COO of Kunes Auto and RV Group, they have turned away additional EV inventory to ensure a healthy turnover rate. Other dealers are sharing the same sentiment, arguing that they want to see a return on their investment before accepting more electric vehicles.

Max Digital, an automotive digital marketing company, mentioned that most stores aim to finish selling their items 12 times annually, but the Business Insider tells otherwise — car shops had enough inventory in EVs to last 54 days, but the stock of EVs was double that, equivalent to nearly four months of inventory.

These days, consumer demand fails to meet the increasing EV production. This has resulted in a noticeable plateau in demand as automakers aim to reach a broader spectrum of buyers beyond early adopters, negatively affecting dealers.

Automakers are likely to continue producing EVs to meet their ambitious goals, leaving dealers to strategize on how to appeal to the changing demographic of potential buyers. (Related: 25 AGs condemn Biden administration’s EV proposal as unlawful, unwise and unsustainable for rural America.)

Karl Brauer, an automotive analyst for iSeeCars, stressed the significance of dealers’ real-time market insights. “Dealers know in real-time with real-time feedback what the market is doing,” he said. “They have always acted as the first warning lights on the dash for the automotive industry.”


Buyers are now aware of the consequences of purchasing an EV

The growing backlogs of dealerships awaiting buyers across the country are driven by many factors.

Sam Fiorani, the Vice President of Global Vehicle Forecasting at AutoForecast Solutions, explained the intricacies of the EV ownership experience. From the point of view of an average consumer, he cited factors such as limited range per charge and fewer charging stations compared to gas stations. The added price premium also makes the transition to EVs a considerable financial leap.

Moreover, EVs fail to match the expectations of their buyers because of how their manufacturers manipulatively and exaggeratedly advertise EV capabilities in the market.

For instance, the distance an EV can travel on one charge does not accurately reflect real-world conditions, especially during the winter season. In reality, drivers need to cut that range in half during winter to have a more accurate reading. Then there’s load and towing capacity, the figures for which are also overblown.

The reports suggest that information provided to potential buyers may not encompass the full picture. While some EV manufacturers have touted their electric trucks’ ability to pull trailers, critics argue that the extent of these capabilities is often misrepresented.

For instance, it’s alleged that buyers were not adequately informed about the frequent recharges required when using electric trucks for heavy-duty tasks.

Eric Peters Autos, a prominent voice in this critique, noted that buyers were misled about the ease and speed of recharging EVs. The claim that recharging can be done at home is seen as true but incomplete.

“But they were not told how very long that takes. Instead, they were led to believe they could get going again in only 30-45 minutes or so. But that is only possible by visiting so-called ‘fast’ chargers, which are not at home.”

So now, the initial surge in demand for EVs, primarily driven by early adopters willing to embrace the technology and the lifestyle changes it entails, seems to have subsided after realizing the harsh economic lesson. Thus, the continuous increase in EV production is not sustainable.

“The spectacular growth we’ve seen over the last few years cannot be sustained. It’s just not possible,” Fiorini told Insider earlier this month. “The further up this growth curve we go, the harder it’s going to be to get to the next level,” Fiorani told Business Insider. 

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More than 60% of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck as rising inflation continues to squeeze their budgets –

More than 60% of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck as rising inflation continues to squeeze their budgets

A new study conducted by financial services company LendingClub has revealed that more than six in ten Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck as inflation continues to rise.

According to the study, as of July, 61 percent of Americans reported that they were barely making ends meet compared to 59 percent during the same month in 2022.

The findings coincide with the data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Aug. 31, showing a 0.2 percent core inflation in the Personal Consumption Expenditures index, a key measure closely monitored by the Federal Reserve, in both June and July.

Moreover, the study indicated that dining out, attending live events and purchasing toys, clothes and prescription drugs are major contributors to the rising cost of living in July this year compared to the same period in 2022.

For instance, ordering a dish with beef and veal has become nearly 11 percent more expensive. Enjoying a beer at a bar or restaurant saw a four percent increase. The prices of clothing and footwear also increased by more than 2.4 percent, and children’s clothing jumped a substantial 5.4 percent.

Healthcare, such as pharmaceutical costs, increased by 3.4 percent, prescription drugs by 2.8 percent and dental costs by 5.3 percent. Even gasoline prices have increased by approximately 60 cents since the beginning of the year.

In response to the ongoing inflation, central bank officials have raised interest rates 11 times, pushing the Fed’s key interest rate to a target range of 5.25 percent to 5.5 percent, the highest level in more than 22 years. The impact of these rate hikes on consumers is palpable, as a recent TD Bank annual consumer spending index revealed that four out of five consumers have had their spending habits affected by inflation.


“Consumers are undoubtedly continuing to feel the impact of inflation and rising interest rates,” noted Chris Fred, the head of credit cards and unsecured lending at TD Bank. (Related: Inflation forcing Americans to rely on credit cards for daily expenses.)

Low-income families are mostly affected by the growing inflation

Based on the findings of LendingClub, 78 percent of consumers earning less than $50,000 annually and 65 percent of those earning between $50,000 and $100,000 reported living paycheck to paycheck. In contrast, only 44 percent of those earning $100,000 or more reported living paycheck to paycheck.

Meanwhile, in a study conducted at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, households earning less than $20,000 annually bore the brunt of inflation in 2021. Approximately 90 percent of these households spent more than what they earned, and these low-income families had to borrow or deplete their pandemic-acquired savings most of the time to sustain their lifestyles.

Although these lowest-paid workers experienced the most substantial wage growth in 2022, the surge in living costs overshadowed their increase.

However, low earners who somehow managed to save during the pandemic are now at risk of depleting their cash reserves. While savings among the lowest-income families remained 65 percent higher than pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2021, this represented a significant drop from their peak, which was 120 percent higher in March 2021.

In short, low-income Americans are in a tough spot. Prices for things they need are going up because of inflation, which is making it harder for them to manage their money. Also, the money they saved during the COVID-19 pandemic is running out to sustain their spending.

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