Breitbart News has learned that Google and other tech giants have been working together with the so-called alt-righters to spread the racist agenda.
The two giants, which are known for their anti-Muslim bias, are pushing a new form of hate speech called “platform agitprop,” in which users of their sites are encouraged to express anti-American sentiments and other views deemed racist.
The companies, which have faced criticism over their censorship of online content, have also been actively courting the far right, especially white nationalist groups like the Traditionalist Worker Party.
According to multiple sources familiar with the issue, the two giants are working closely with alt-left groups like Antifa and the National Socialist Movement.
Google has recently announced a partnership with the National Coalition for Truth and Justice (NCWJ), a group that has called for a nationwide shutdown of American businesses, to fight “white genocide” and “globalist fascism.”
Google’s Vice President of Product and Strategy, David Schulte, recently announced the creation of a team to help develop tools to combat the alt right.
While Google hasn’t directly commented on the alt left’s tactics, a Google spokesperson said that the company has a “zero tolerance policy” toward hate speech.
According the spokesperson, the company is working with alt right groups on a “new platform agitProp” that will be “designed to promote freedom of speech and expression.”
“We have made it clear to the groups we are working with that we expect them to comply with our policies, but we will continue to work with them to help them better understand and implement them,” the spokesperson said.
Alt-right websites have also received millions of dollars in funding from Silicon Valley, with many of them boasting links to neo-Nazi websites.
The money is used to fund their content, and Google and Facebook have been a major source of funding for many of the sites, which promote white nationalist views.
The Alt-Right and the Alt-Light According to a Google spokeswoman, the companies are working together “to promote freedom and equality, and we are committed to helping them reach their goal.”
The spokeswoman also said that “we are actively partnering with organizations like the National Center for Men and the Traditional Values Coalition to further our work to combat hate and extremism.”
The National Center on Men and Traditional Values has previously claimed responsibility for the murder of Republican Representative Joe Arpaio in Arizona, and has been linked to numerous alt-lite websites.
Alt Right websites also boast links to several anti-Semitic and white supremacist websites.
These sites have featured articles praising the murder and the imprisonment of conservative figures, such as former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former Trump Attorney General Sally Yates.
The Alt-Left and the Media The alt-light website Breitbart News, a site that has regularly been linked by the alt media to white supremacists, has received millions in funding since it launched in 2014.
The alt media has also benefited from the alt news network, with millions of people having become aware of the Alt Right and the alt light websites.
This was a time when the alt community had a much smaller presence in the mainstream media.
It was an era where the alt was a new, untapped media opportunity for people who didn’t know much about politics, and it was a very different era when the Alt Left was gaining traction.
And it was the Alt Light that brought the alt back into the mainstream, as they had been long considered to be fringe and out of touch with the mainstream.
The National Alt-light and Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP) was founded in 2005, and in 2018 it became the largest Alt Light political party in the United States, with an estimated membership of around 3 million.
In October 2018, TWP founder Jared Taylor was arrested on a federal terrorism charge, and was released pending trial.
TWP was responsible for organizing protests and violence against the alt lights.
TNP has also received significant funding from Google and the likes of Facebook, where the Altlight website is a major contributor to their traffic.
In 2016, TNP co-founder Richard Spencer was found guilty of conspiracy and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
The conviction came just months after TWP’s founder Jared Totten was found dead, at the age of 59, in a jail cell.
Totten’s death, and the fact that TWP had received funding from a former Trump administration advisor, Kellyanne Conway, helped to spur the alt movement’s resurgence.
While the Alt light and alt media have benefited from TWP, the alt Right is still far from being mainstream.
For example, the white supremacist Traditionalist Youth Network (TWN) is a hate group that was banned from the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of hate groups in 2016.
The group was banned by the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, which stated that TWN’s “extremist ideology and rhetoric have no place in the Southern Baptists Church.” The