Elon Musk recently shared an antisemitic conspiracy theory on X, claiming Jewish communities promote "hatred against Whites.
The tweet suggested a conspiracy involving Jewish communities fostering animosity towards Whites and referenced "hordes of minorities" in Western countries.
This conspiracy theory aligns with hate group ideologies and mirrors sentiments expressed by the Tree of Life synagogue attacker in 2018.
Elon Musk's endorsement of the post, stating "You have said the actual truth," drew significant attention and criticism.
In subsequent posts, Elon Musk singled out the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), accusing it of promoting racism against Whites.
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt highlighted the danger of using influence to validate antisemitic theories, emphasizing the irresponsibility of such actions.
Elon Musk has been criticized for allowing hate speech on X, and his recent explicit endorsement raises concerns about the potential amplification of such ideologies.
The article underscores the influence Elon Musk wields on a powerful platform and the potential consequences of endorsing hate speech or conspiracy theories.