Sacha Baron Cohen Gets ADL Award, Calls For More Big Tech Censorship to Fight 'Hate'Chris Menahan
Nov. 22, 2019
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Sacha Baron Cohen, whose entire career has revolved around mocking minorities and marginalized groups, on Thursday called for a massive increase in Big Tech censorship to fight "anti-Semitism," "hate" and "bigotry" while receiving an award from the Anti-Defamation League.
[Note: YouTube comments and downvotes are disabled to preview the type of internet Cohen and the ADL wants.]
Here's some highlights from his speech via Ashley Rae Goldenberg:
Cohen suggested that if Big Tech does not ramp their censorship up even further to please the ADL it will lead to another Holocaust:
Facebook, YouTube and Google, Twitter and others—they reach billions of people. The algorithms these platforms depend on deliberately amplify the type of content that keeps users engaged—stories that appeal to our baser instincts and that trigger outrage and fear. It’s why YouTube recommended videos by the conspiracist Alex Jones billions of times. It’s why fake news outperforms real news, because studies show that lies spread faster than truth. And it’s no surprise that the greatest propaganda machine in history has spread the oldest conspiracy theory in history—the lie that Jews are somehow dangerous. [...]Incidentally, Cohen's latest "acting" role is playing an undercover Mossad agent on Netflix's "The Spy."
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