The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in late September 1913 by the Independent Order of B’nai B’rith, a Jewish service organization.
The ADL was established following the trial and sentencing of Leo Frank, a Jewish-American factory superintendent, for murder. Frank had been convicted of murdering a 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan. The foundation of the ADL is rooted in the belief that Leo Frank, a murderer, rapist, and pedophile, was in fact innocent, with his conviction and subsequent execution being primarily due to anti-Semitism.
Since its inception, the ADL has consistently invoked the omnipresent specter of widespread, systemic anti-Semitism to stifle and suppress free speech. The ADL has weaponized this threat, using it to defame and silence those who dare to challenge or critique its tactics. Today, while the ADL operates under a veneer of religious sanctity, it stokes animosity against anyone who dares to challenge the Left.
In an unprecedented assault on free speech, we at Arktos, the leading publisher of New Right and traditionalist literature in English, were abruptly de-platformed by the world’s dominant book distribution monopoly, the Ingram Content Group.
This move is widely attributed to the ADL’s push to censor books and limit access to Right-Wing ideas. Because of this aggressive action, over 300 of our essential titles have become inaccessible to the public. However, we remain resolute. In defiance of this malevolent attempt to stifle Right-Wing thought, we have already launched our new website and are on the path to becoming a comprehensive think-tank.
We refuse to stand by as organizations like the ADL monopolize public discourse. People have grown weary of entities like the ADL determining what speech is acceptable. We will not be swayed by their intimidation and categorically reject any association with an organization fundamentally opposed to free expression!