American and Israeli investors group is silencing pro-Palestinian voices
By Ethan Huff // Dec 19, 2023

A new investigation by journalists Lee Fang and Jack Poulsen has revealed that an American and Israeli investors group is closely monitoring and framing the narrative surrounding the Israel-Gaza conflict to "combat the slightest deviations from the pro-Israel script."

Investors and executives are joining up with pro-Israel activists and Israeli government officials to basically launch a witch hunt into anyone who supports the Palestinian cause in order to get them fired from their jobs.

Their goal is to punish pro-Palestinian employees of multinational corporations, journalists and others by getting them canceled. Palestinian writers and politicians are to no longer be allowed to speak at U.S. colleges and universities, and even pro-Palestinian posts on social media are to receive "ridicule," along with the users behind them.

This witch hunt ballooned following the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel, which bears many hallmarks of a false flag incident. Following the attack, a WhatsApp group was formed called "J-Ventures Global Kibbutz Group," this being a project of a U.S.-Israel investment fund called J-Ventures.

(Related: In late November, Russia condemned Israel's genocide in Gaza, its government claiming that "innocent people are being killed indiscriminately" in the Palestinian territory.)

Israel losing information war

Lee and Poulsen obtained access to thousands of the group's WhatsApp messages dating back to mid-October. They reveal a coordinated effort to help Israel in its public relations war, particularly with regard to the seemingly indiscriminate killing of Palestinian men, women and children by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

The obtained messages show that members of the J-Ventures Global Kibbutz Group were successfully able to get Courtney Carey, a now-former Dublin-based employee of the Israeli website building company Wix, fired from her job.

On her LinkedIn page, Carey posted the Irish words "SAOIRSE DON PHALAISTIN," which translated into English means "Freedom for Palestine." The J-Ventures Global Kibbutz Group leapt into action and got Carey fired from her position within 24 hours of her making the post.

Included in the membership rolls of the J-Ventures Global Kibbutz Group is Silicon Valley venture capitalist Jeff Epstein, a former CEO of Oracle, as well as Andy David, a diplomat-turned-venture capitalist who also works as the Israeli foreign ministry's head of innovation, entrepreneurship and technology.

There is also Adam Fisher, head of the Israel office of Bessemer Venture Partners. Fisher gave a presentation to the group about how U.S. "high-tech leaders, investors and entrepreneurs" like himself can help the IDF win the "information war" on social media."

Fisher, who is based out of Israel, spoke during his presentation about how to "sow doubt" among young people in the U.S. who are sympathetic towards the Palestinian cause in order to deter them from speaking out publicly or attending protests against Israeli aggression in Gaza.

"So it's really about creating some kind of confusion to make it clear to them that it's really a lot more complicated," Fisher explained about his method of implementing pro-Israel chaos theory online.

Another thing the J-Ventures Global Kibbutz Group succeeded at doing was to petition Netflix to remove the award-winning Jordanian film "Farha" from its platform. "Farha" accurately depicts the actions of Israeli soldiers in the 1948 massacre and forced displacement of Palestinians.

In Fisher's view, "Farha" constitutes "blood libel." Another who believes the same accused "Farha" of being filled with "antisemitism and lies."

Documents obtained from J-Ventures and the WhatsApp group further show that these U.S. and Israeli investors are involved with trying to develop automated censorship tools that remove pro-Palestinian content from social media without the need for actual human intervention.

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