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Rupert Murdoch shows solidarity with America's most well financed extreme left-wing group.

The ADL is probably America’s most well financed extreme left-wing outfit, with a budget of over $50 Million a year. While claiming to be a “Jewish Advocacy” group, most of its causes and campaigns have nothing to do with being Jewish. However, the group uses its Jewishness as a political weapon. Anyone who objects to any one of its radical left-wing/atheist ideologies is simply denounced as an “anti-Semite” by the group.

In fact, by advocating for the extreme left while using Jewishness as a shield, the ADL is the leading cause and promoter of ill feelings towards Jews in the United States.

The ADL is America’s leading advocate of censorship and distributes free software that censors mainstream conservative websites, including this one. The CofCC fought a successful legal battle to keep this software out of public libraries.

The ADL boasts that their efforts to get prayer banned from American schools is “our proudest achievement.” They were the leading organization that bullied every big name distributor into refusing to carry Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ, which backfired and caused a struggling start-up “indy” movie distributor to make more money than they had ever dreamed.

Rupert Murdoch, who is descended from British aristocrats on both sides of his family, is a radical leftist and advocate of socialist/multicultural ideology. Because his company owns Fox News, most Americans incorrectly assume he is at least somewhat conservative. Murdoch’s newspaper empire in Australia and Europe is biased to the extreme left.

Most American Fox News watchers would be shocked by the radical left-wing and socialist statements made by Rupert Murdoch.

Murdoch accepted an award from the ADL this week and pledged his solidarity with the extremist group. He also lamented the waning support for Israel by Obama and the American left-wing. This is an issue rapidly dividing the Democratic party which most commentators are afraid to discuss, but has been examined at length here at