Paki Anti-Racist Recruited by Google to Change Search Results on Alt-Right Searches!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 8, 2016

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Never forget: the Alt-Right is basically the same thing as ISIS. So every program that deals with ISIS needs to also deal with the Alt-Right.

Seriously though, the main problem is the US-backed terrorist group ISIS. Stopping online racism is just a secondary thing, tacked on, because people who disagree with political correctness are maybe also like, terrorists somehow.

RT:

A pilot project launched by Google’s startup incubator and a British IT company will target potential Islamic State recruits – and also the American far right – with new software that pairs violence-related search entries with anti-extremism ads.

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has made extensive use of online and social media platforms to spread its vision of radical Islam or lure recruits to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq.

Jigsaw, a technology incubator run by Google, has teamed up with London-based startup Moonshot CVE to design technology capable of redirecting a potential Islamist browsing for IS-related words and phrases to creative anti-extremist messages or videos.

Called ‘The Redirect Method,’ the program operated in trial mode for eight weeks from January to March, according to the Christian Science Monitor. It reached over 320,000 people searching for IS-associated keywords, from the terrorist group’s slogans to the names of buildings in Islamist-held areas.

The users’ metadata was collected during the eight-week trial and was used to send them advertisements and links to anti-extremism videos. Altogether, over half a million minutes of videos were watched by the ‘targets.’

But the pilot project was not restricted to making new videos and other content. Instead, Jigsaw and Moonshot CVE have drawn upon anti-IS video content already available on YouTube.

“It’s not just we need a huge amount of investment, we need content that’s authentic and credible,” said Vidhya Ramalingam, co-founder of Moonshot CVE, which curated English language videos for the pilot program.

Here is Vidhya talking about far-right extremism against Moslems on the BBC.

Funny, I can’t seem to find her talking about ISIS anywhere, which is strange, as ISIS is supposedly the focal point of her little project (with blocking racism simply tagged on for good measure).

In fact, all search results for her indicate that she’s an anti-racism activist who has never worked on an anti-terrorism program ever before.

She created “The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD)’s programme of work on far-right extremism and integration and diversity.”

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This is from her bio on Oxford University’s site (she is a senior fellow):

Vidhya regularly advises governments, NGOs and international organisations on:

  • Xenophobia and intolerance
  • Racial violence
  • Far-right extremism and terrorism
  • Intervention (Disengagement and de-radicalisation)
  • Community resilience

Here are her articles on The Guardian, all of which are about the “far-right threat.”

If you want to ask her about this, you can hit her up on Twitter:

@vidhya_ra

I’m sure she’s got a totally good explanation.

Please also wish her a happy recovery from her surgery – she is the first person in history to receive a facial transplant from a dog.

Yasmin Green, head of research at Jigsaw, was quoted by the Intercept as saying: “The branding philosophy for the entire pilot project was not to appear judgmental or be moralistic, but really to pique interest of individuals who have questions, questions that are being raised and answered by the Islamic State.”

Yasmin Green (@yasmind) appears to be a Moslem.

yasmin Dolatabadi

She is married to the Jew folk singer Adam Green (@AverageCabbage).

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Her maiden name is Dolatabadi, which is Persian, though she could be a Persian Jew.

The Jigsaw project to date includes 30 ad campaigns and 95 unique ads in English and Arabic, but the de-radicalization effort will not be limited to Islamic State.

In a second phase – set to begin later this year – Moonshot CVE and US-based company Gen Next are planning to deploy the same technology to blunt far-right messages in North America.

“The interesting thing about how they behave is they’re a little bit more brazen online these days than ISIS fan boys,” Ross Frenett, co-founder of Moonshot, told the Intercept.

“In the UK, if someone in their Facebook profile picture has a swastika and is pointing a gun at the camera, that person is committing a crime. In the US, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.”

Yeah.

This isn’t going to work, obviously, but it certainly demonstrates the level of desperation they are dealing with.

We are winning the culture war. And they are pulling out all the stops to try and shut us down.

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  1. joe1 says:

    i doubt they're concerned about ISIS, its just an excuse to go after right wing sites.

    i think i've seen these ads too, so im not surprised thye've already been doing this.

    btw, if they're so concerned about violence, i wonder if they'll be going after ANTIFA sites?

  2. That worthless shitskin must be trolled, we must be very racist so much that she will leave!

  3. Our forefathers conquered this land and we never invited you here. The weak spoiled sons and daughters of our race allowed the jews in because they never knew hardship or reality and this is what we get.

    Fuck these jews, and put that slut in a doinka doinka camp for horny old men.

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