Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Yahoo, Microsoft, etc., (the Jew-owners of these companies are listed below), systematically censor or hide information about the Jews’ international crime network, with Jews patrolling the Internet forums and message boards, and with the use of IP Addresses, Web Host Servers and Internet Service Providers (all owned and operated for Jews interests – including, of course, WordPress, which deleted a website of mine without justification, only that it was opposed to their tribe) to close us down. They trick us by whining about “antisemitism”, “racism”, “hate”, and “political correctness”.
The Jews also selectively claim copyright infringement to prevent certain information from circulating, such as a TV program shown on YouTube (JewTube) that showed a Jew trying to smuggle diseased eucalyptus leaves into Australia. Or they discontinue Internet service during times of critical truth.
Most if not all popular websites, photography and filming studios, travel agencies, airlines, Internet Service Providers, advertising and marketing campaigns, 19th-21st century publishing companies, telecommunications, technology corporations/organizations, programming, laboratories/factories/educational institutions, property projects/management, web host servers, etc. are under the Jews’ ownership and operation. For many years, the kikes have been using our IP addresses to monitor our daily activities on the Internet. While some will justify that it’s “to keep us safe”, that’s contrary to what many might expect. They will do anything to control the message to not get exposed in public as murderers and terrorists. Just because controlling the message is important doesn’t mean that you should be certain that they’ll do so for benevolent reasons. The Jews are pragmatic bastards who have no problems with playing filthy for their own sick satisfaction. Some Jews will be caught, but not enough for the tribe to get exposed as the ultimate criminals of the earth, which they will try damnedest to prevent.
I would like to point out that despite the virtual Jew-ownership of the Internet, the Internet certainly was not a Jew-invention. The Jew has only bastardized the great invention of the Internet for their efficient use against Gentiles. Such censorship on the Web as IP Addresses (invented by Jews Bob Kahn and Vint Cerf) which are used to track our online lives, and the Internet Service Providers, Host Servers and Programs, of which all are operated by Jews, has been a Jew-constant since the initial days of the Internet. Yes, yet another crime for which the Jews shall be punished.
The foremost intention of the Internet was to further our knowledge, in which freedom of discussion – which includes, of course, freedom of dialogue against the enemy – can be shown. Only on the Internet can we get books and other great documents that corporations will not sell.
For now, this is only a list and I exclude detailed mention of the crime-generous life each and every Jew listed below – with thousands of fellow Jews assisting them at every level – has no doubt contributed, which would take volumes upon volumes in order even to provide a fair measure on the subject, and I have no time for such research. So it is up to us to spread this information and inspire other people to learn about what is happening and become an active participant in improving the world.
List of Subverters and Infiltrators
Brewster Kahle of Internet Archive
Michael Hart of Project Gutenberg
Edwin Land, founder of Polaroid
Gerard Philips, co-founder of Philips Company
Walt Disney, founder of The Walt Disney Company, its many subsidiaries including Hulu.com, Go.com and UTV Software Communications
Steven Ross Rechnitz, CEO of Time Warner, its many subsidiary websites including Time.com and CNN.com
Marc Seriff, co-founder of AOL Inc., parent company the Jews’ Verizon Communications from 2015, and its ownership including HuffingtonPost.com, Moviefone.com, Engadget.com, Autoblog.com, TechCrunch.com, Cambio.com, StyleMePretty.com, MapQuest.com, Makers.com, and About.me
Joel Spolsky of Stack Overflow
Marc Benioff of Saleforce.com
Ralph Roberts of Comcast
Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T
Marcelo Claure, CEO of Sprint Corporation
Timotheus Höttges, chief executive of Deutsche Telekom AG, the majority shareholder of T-Mobile US, Inc.
Daniel Ek of Spotify
Noah Shanok, co-founder of Stitcher.com
Alain Rossmann, co-founder of Vudu, Inc.
John Dunham, co-founder of TuneIn
Tom Conrad of Pandora Internet Radio
Ladar Levison of Lavabit
Randall Rothenberg of IAB, an advertising business organization that develops industry standards, conducts research, and provides legal support for the online advertising industry
Adam Epstein, President and COO of adMarketplace
Yaron Galai of Outbrain advertising
Oren Dobronsky of Infolinks advertising
Oliver Roup of VigLink, a traffic monetization company
Todd Sawicki of Zemanta content marketing, a company also funded by many of the Jews’ venture capital and private equity firms
Adam Singolda of Taboola, a content marketing, advertising, and content discovery platform company
Girish Ramdas of Magzter Inc, a global digital magazine newsstand
Alexander Grosse, vice president of engineering at Issuu, and former SoundCloud vice president of engineering
David Gilmour, chairman of Zinio LLC, a multi-platform distribution service for digital magazines
Reed Hastings of Netflix
Richard Saul Wurman, founder of Ted Conferences, LLC
Manuel Blum of Recaptcha
Larry Ellison of Oracle Corporation, its ownership including MySQL RDBMS
Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia
Thomas Seifert of Cloudflare
Daniel Lewin, co-founder of Akamai Technologies, Inc.
David Ulevitch, founder and CEO of OpenDNS
Leif “K-Brooks” of Omegle
Andrey Ternovsky of Chatroulette
William Ziff of Ziff Davis LLC., its many online ownerships including Pcmag.com
Andrew Fluegelman, photographer, programmer, publisher, founding editor of PCworld.com and Macworld.com, and manager of PC-Talk, one of the first popular communications software sold via the marketing method now known as shareware, or “freeware” in 1982
Jeremy Kaplan of Digital Trends
David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group, owner of Veritas Technologies LLC
Brooke Binkowski of Snopes.com
Adam Ostrow of Mashable
Brian Sugar of PopSugar Inc.
Jonathan Geller of BGR.com
James Bankoff of Vox Media, owner of Polygon.com, Racked.com, Curbed.com, Recode.com, Eater.com, The Verge, and SB Nation
Nick Denton of Gawker Media, owner of Gawker.com, Deadspin.com, Jezebel.com, Lifehacker.com, Gizmodo.com, Kotaku.com and Jalopnik.com
Andi Gutmans of Zend Technologies, proprietor of PHP web applications, which among many other Jews’ websites serves PunBB, phpBB, Phorum, Simple Machines Forum, Vanilla Forums, IPS Community Suite, Wikipedia, WordPress, Twitter, Tumblr, and Yahoo
Jason Cohen, founder of WP Engine hosted service provider
This isn’t an example of oligopoly. All of these programming languages are controlled and operated by Jews, and therefore is a Jews’ monopoly.
Andy Bechtolsheim, founder of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Avishai Abrahami of Wix.com
Bluehost web hosting company, which is one of the 20 largest web hosts – all 20 of which are owned by Jews. Owned by Endurance International Group, in turn owned by the Jews’ private equity firms Warburg Pincus and GS Capital Partners.
Sage Weild of Dreamhost, a web hosting provider and domain name registrar
Hillan Klein of Namecheap Inc.
Steven Aldrich of GoDaddy Inc.
Elliot Noss, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tucows Inc.
Robert Keane of Cimpress N.V., owner of Vistaprint and Webs.com
Jeff Stibel of Web.com
Magid Abraham, founder of Paragren Technologies and co-founder of comScore, Inc.
James Bidzos of Verisign, Inc.
Jason Stockman of ProtonMail
Matthias Pfau of Tutanota
Marc Katz of CustomInk
Anthony Casalena of Squarespace
Jerome Kohlberg of Internet Brands, owner of vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Matthias Henze, co-founder of Jimdo web hosting service
Paul Edmondson, founder and CEO of HubPages, owner of Squidoo LLC.
Angelo Sotira, co-founder of DeviantArt, Inc.
Richard Rabbat, co-founder and CEO of Gfycat
Adam Leibsohn, chief operating officer of Giphy
Josh Coates of Instructure
Steve Blum of Autodesk, Inc.
Robert Schechter, chairman of Parametric Technology Corporation
Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX
Mark Goldston, CEO of United Online, Inc., parent company of Classmates.com
Stuart Kupinsky of Blackboard Inc.
Yuri Niyazov of Academia.edu
John Katzman, founder of Noodle.com
David Schlanger of WebMD.com
John Tague of The Hertz Corporation
Richard Stallman, owner of GNU General Public License
Richard Stallman and Larry Wall of Perl Programming
Dennis Ritchie of C programming
Ken Thompson, co-designer of UNIX operating system
Bjarne Stroustrup of C++ Programming
John McCarthy of Asp Programming
Jean Ichbiah of Ada Programming
Bertrand Meyer of Eiffel Programming
Adele Goldberg of Smalltalk Programming
Josh Levy of BeenVerified
Tom Preston Warner of Github
Christopher Poole of 4chan, a Jewish propaganda forum
The only thing that matters to this guy is that he and his Jewish ilk will be outed as murderers and terrorists.
Julian Assange of WikiLeaks
Hiroyuki Nishimura of 2channel
Frederick Brennan of 8chan
David Karp of Tumblr
Fabio Giolito of WeHeartIt.com
Tim Berners Lee, a fellow of the Royal Society, and according to this bio, “In 1989 he invented the World Wide Web”.
Did he really invent it, and all by himself? Or was he just one of hundreds of Jews subverting the invention of the Internet over a span of many years? Has he been promoted as a hero because he works with the Jews’ World Wide crime network?
Did you look at the evidence that Einstein was a fraud and plagiarist? And that the Nobel prizes and other awards are Jews’ frauds intended to promote the criminals? People who get promoted should be investigated, not admired.
Adam D’Angelo of Quora
D’Angelo and Steven Levy
Noah Glass of Twitter
Zach Klein of Vimeo
Eric Bauman of eBaumsWorld
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Instagram
Michael Birch, founder and owner of Bebo, Inc.
Travis Horwitz Kalanick of Uber
Terry Semel, former chairman of Yahoo Inc., parent company of Flickr.com
Marissa Mayer of Yahoo
Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google
Gabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo
Kevin Marcus of Blucora
Jean-Dominique Senard of Michelin Company
Philippe Germond, chairman and CEO of Europcar, also owned by the Jews’ Eurazeo investment company
John Elkann, chairman of Fiat Chrystler Automobiles, owner of Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Lancia, Maserati, Mopar, and Ram Truck Division. Also a board member of Ferrari and chairman of Exor, which holds a 22.91% share in the company along with a 13.00% share in Welltec.
Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company, owner of Lincoln Motor Company
Dan Ammann, President of General Motors Company, owner of Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, and GMC
Camillo Castiglioni, original majority shareholder of BMW AG
Wilhelm Haspel, chairman of the board of management of Daimler-Benz AG
Dieter Zetsche, chairman of the board of directors of Daimler AG, head of Mercedes-Benz cars, and a member of the company’s board since 1998
Matthias Müller and Hans Dieter Pötsch of Volkswagen Group, its subsidiaries including Bentley Motors, Bugatti Automobiles, Ducati, Lamborghini, Audi, MAN SE, Neoplan, Porsche, Scania, SEAT, and Škoda Auto
Patrick Kron, former chairman and CEO of Alstom
Troy Rudd, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AECOM
Wayne Joseph of New Flyer Industries
Lutz Bertling of Bombardier Inc.
David Gitlin of United Technologies Corporation
Henry Crown (birth name: Krinsky), founder of Henry Crown and Company, owner of General Dynamics Corporation, Maytag Corporation, and Gillig Corporation
Martin Schwartz, co-founder, President and CEO of Dorel Industries Inc.
Lee Raymond of ExxonMobil
Marcus Samuel, founder of Shell Transport and Trading Company, now Royal Dutch Shell plc
Edward Snowden, computer programmer and hacker (do I need to mention that computer hacking is also a completely Jew-infested occupation?) A close view of his ugly Eastern mongrel Jew head.
Darren Huston of Booking.com, Priceline.com, Agoda.com, Kayak.com, rentalcars.com, & OpenTable.com
Jeremy Stoppelman of Yelp
Except for the jutting bottom of the chin, that’s a rat face. Thick, dark eyebrows. Dramatically low, slanting forehead. Prognathism. Convex nose. Low-set, oversized ears.
Jared Friedman of Scribd
Tim Zagat of Zagat.com
Stephen Kaufer of TripAdvisor.com
Mike Weishuhn, co-founder of Wyzant.com
Stéphane Richard of Orange S.A.
Xavier Niel, founder of Iliad S.A., its subsidiaries including Free telecommunications company and Golan Telecom
Andrey Andreev, founder of Badoo.com
Alex Mehr, co-founder of Zoosk, Inc.
Daniel Houghton of LonelyPlanet.com
Ben Silbermann of Pinterest
Brad Greenspan of Myspace
Adam Neumann, co-founder and CEO of WeWork, owner of Meetup.com
Barry Diller of IAC, owner of Tinder.com, OKCupid.com, Meetic.com, Match.com, About.com, TheDailyBeast.com, Ask.com, Dictionary.com, CollegeHumor.com, Dailyburn.com, BlackPeopleMeet.com, HowAboutWe.com, PeopleMedia.com, HomeAdvisor.com, PlentyofFish.com, Tutor.com, and Expedia Inc.
Burak Kaya of Disqus, Inc.
Jack Herrick of wikiHow
Richard Rosenblatt of Demand Media, owner of Cracked.com, eHow.com and Answerbag.com
Bob Rosenschein of Answers.com
Susan Wojcicki of YouTube
Anna Wojcicki of 23andme.com
Matthew Rabinowitz of Natera
Howard Hochauser, chief financial officer of Ancestry.com LLC
Gilad Japhet, CEO of MyHeritage.com
Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com Inc., owner of Audible Inc., IMDb, and Goodreads
Jeff Glueck of Foursquare
Craig Newmark of Craigslist
Evan Spiegel of Snapchat
Samuel Newhouse of Reddit
Yoav Shapira of ChristianMingle.com
David Sacks of Zenefits and Yammer, Inc.
Alan Braverman of Xoom Corporation and Eventbrite
Dan Schulman, CEO of PayPal and chairman of Symantec
Michael Dell of Dell Inc.
Samuel Palmisano of IBM, its acquirement including SPSS Statistics and Weather.com
Brian Krzanich of Intel Corporation
Henry Samueli of Broadcom Corporation
Paul Jacobs of Qualcomm
Chris Malachowsky of Nvidia Corporation
Eli Harari, founder of SanDisk
Ricardo Serpa of Ricoh Company, Ltd.
Guy Miasnik of Blackberry Limited
Steve Ballmer, former CEO of Microsoft, owner of Bing.com, Live.com, MSN, Hotmail and Skype
Bill Gates of Microsoft
Bill Gates has a habit of swaying back and forth. Some people may say his rocking back and forth is a weird but insignificant muscle spasm. Many Jews also have a habit of shifting their hands, feet and head while talking. Coincidence? In Judaism, this very old custom is called shuckling in Yiddish and means to rock, shake, or swing.
Léo Apotheker, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and co-CEO of SAP SE
Arthur Levinson, chairman of Apple Inc.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple
Phil Schiller of Apple
Guerrino de Luca of Logitech
Risto Siilasmaa, chairman of Nokia Corporation
Kenneth Goldman of GoPro
Michael Moskowitz of Panasonic
Sidney Braginsky of Olympus Corporation
Strauss Zelnick of Take-Two Interactive
Robert Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard
Eric Hirshberg of Activision
Jacob Minkoff of Infinity Ward, Inc.
Jacob Schatz of Electronic Arts Inc.
Mike Ambinder of Valve Corporation
Edward Zander, chairman and CEO of Motorola
Andy Rubin of Essential Products Inc.
Tim Schaaff of Sony
Charles Geschke of Adobe Systems Inc.
Alex Aizman of Nexenta Systems
Jonathan Klein of Getty Images Inc.
Naomi Sachs of SitterCity.com
Sarah Selim of UrbanSitter.com
Dave Krupinski of Care.com
Stan Pavlovsky of Meredith Corporation, its online ownership including Allrecipes.com and mywedding.com
Jesse Dorogusker of Square, Inc.
David Wenig of Ebay
Tobias Lütke, founder and CEO of Shopify Inc.
Josh Silverman of Etsy
Mariam Naficy of Minted
Martine Rothblatt of uBeam
Yiftach Schoolman of Redis Labs
Eric Lefkofsky of Tempus and Groupon
Drew Houston, CEO of Dropbox
Arkady Volozh of Yandex
Pavel Durov of VK.com
Eugene Goland of Mail.Ru
Luke Skurman of Niche.com
Sumner Redstone of RateMyProfessors.com
Chris Hyams, President of Indeed.com
Ian Siegel of ZipRecruiter.com
Joe Greenstein, co-founder of Flixster, Inc., owner of RottenTomatoes.com
Andrew Levy of United Airlines
Robert Isom of American Airlines
Herb Kelleher of Southwest Airlines
Richard Anderson, CEO of Delta Air Lines, Inc.
David Barger, CEO of JetBlue Airways Corporation
Donald Carty, chairman of eRewards, Porter Airlines, and Virgin America Inc.
Tim Myers, president of Boeing Capital Corporation, a wholly owned Boeing subsidiary that arranges, structures and provides financing for The Boeing Company’s commercial airplane, space and defense products
Fabrice Brégier, president and CEO of Airbus SAS
Brian Chesky of Airbnb
Ryan O’Hara, CEO of Realtor.com
Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow Group
Paul Levine, president of Trulia, Inc.
Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn
Reid Hoffman of LinkedIn
Hayden Hewitt, founder of LiveLeak
Benjamin Bejbaum of Dailymotion.com
Alan Schaaf of Imgur
Antonio Lupher of Interpals.net
Bernhard Niesner, co-founder and CEO of Busuu Ltd
Stewart Butterfield, founder of Slack Technologies and co-founder of Ludicorp
Joshua Schachter, founder of Delicious.com
Joel Myers of AccuWeather
Charles Adler, co-founder of Kickstarter
Andrew Ballester, co-founder of GoFundMe
Benjamin Rattray, CEO of Change.org
Tyler Palmer, vice president of Patreon, Inc.
Randy Garrison of Nikon
Seymour Liebman, senior executive officer of Canon Inc., and executive vice president, general counsel, and chief administrative officer of Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Ayelet Shaked, marketing manager of Texas Instruments Inc., which, along with General Electric, AOL, Johnson and Johnson, and hundreds of other companies, is an active supporter of the Jews’ Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation
Amar Bose, former professor of the Jews’ Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and founder of Bose Corporation
Ronald Perelman of MacAndrews & Forbes Inc., owner of Scantron Corporation
Jonathan Grayer, founder, chairman, and CEO of Weld North LLC, its company ownership including Edgenuity, Generation Ready, Imagine Learning, Performance Matters, and The Learning House
David Coleman, CEO of College Board
This Jew fakes intelligence tests to let Jews into higher positions of authority.
Ian Read of Pfizer Inc.
Sidney Harman of Harman International Industries Inc, owner of Harman Kardon, Becker, JBL, Crown Audio, dbx, DigiTech, Martin Professional, AKG Acoustics, Lexicon, Infinity, Mark Levinson, and Revel