IBM has withdrawn its advertising business from X (formerly Twitter) as Elon Musk continues to espouse far-right views, agreeing this week to promote anti-Semitism and promote posts supporting white pride. Please pay attention to these remarks It pointed out that IBM, Apple, Comcast and other companies have placed ads on X next to pro-Nazi and pro-Hitler content (not posted by Musk). IBM Tell Financial Times and confirm edge “IBM has a zero-tolerance approach to hate speech and discrimination, and we immediately suspended all advertising on X while we investigate this completely unacceptable situation.”
On the platform today, Musk called it “super confusing,” and in the words of one far-right poster’s tweet, white people “are not allowed to be proud of their race.” A day after Musk agreed, White pride support emerged after an anti-Semitic post claimed the Jewish community incited “hatred of white people.” Musk told another user, “You’re telling the truth,” as the person wrote that they ” There is now no interest at all in what is going on with the Jewish population of the West” in the face of “a large minority that supports the flooding of their country”. atlantic organization wrote Musk’s tweet echoed “the deadliest anti-Semitic conspiracy theory in recent American history” by promoting the idea that a “unified Jewish agenda” exists.
Musk later focused on the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a nonprofit focused on combating anti-Semitism, saying the group “unfairly attacks the majority of people in the West” (Musk did not define this category) because it cannot “criticize those minorities who oppose anti-Semitism”. is their main threat. “Musk previously Threaten to sue ADL Anti-Semitism spread because the nonprofit criticized X’s lax moderation practices.
He never sued, but he clearly didn’t let go of the grudge — if anything, he broadened it. When another user on and “any other group that promotes de facto anti-white racism or anti-Asian racism or any form of racism.”
As the company’s advertising business struggles, Musk has responded aggressively to criticism of X’s handling of anti-Semitic content. X chief executive Linda Yaccarino said most of the platform’s biggest advertisers were returning after abandoning the site due to moderation changes, but Media Matters previously revealed they were Spend much less than before.Yacarino responded Late Thursday, X wrote that he was “very aware of our efforts to combat anti-Semitism and discrimination.”