David Horowitz is promoted as a right wing conservative, but is really an extremist Zionist supporter of Israel, ultimately serving the geopolitical goals of the British Empire. Over the years he has switched between various “extreme” flavours of propaganda.
In the early 1960s, Horowitz was recruited by British intelligence and moved to London to work with the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation.
He promoted radical left wing Marxist communist propaganda at the time.
In the early 1970s, David Horowitz switched to promote the black civil rights movement of the Black Panther Party of his friend Huey P. Newton (also associated with the mass murdering Jim Jones cult). So another Jew involved with the black civil rights movement to keep American blacks enslaved.
Horowitz stopped his association with the Black Panthers after his friend at Ramparts, who he brought into the Black Panther movement, Betty Van Patter was murdered in 1974. Horowitz suspected that the Panthers had murdered her: https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate ... d-horowitz
David Horowitz’s son, Ben Horowitz, is a co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (with Marc Andreessen): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Horowitz
I’ve previously posted about Andreessen Horowitz funding big (social) media platforms Twitter and Substack, where smart fools find the “alternative” flavour of news that they prefer:
viewtopic.php?p=51617#p51617Firestarter wrote:But more interesting is that the same investor, Andreessen Horowitz, that funded Substack with $15.3 million in 2019, also invested $80 million in Twitter in 2011, and last year funded Elon Musk's Twitter takeover with another $400 million.
This strongly suggests that Twitter and Substack are working together, and that this Substack links restriction is nothing but an advertising campaign for Substack (that has been losing money)
And I’ve previously posted about David Horowitz’s work for the “right extremist” Zionist network (including the Gatestone Institute), and right wing Zionist politicians like Donald Trump and Geert Wilders:
Firestarter wrote: ↑Sat Aug 06, 2022 6:46 pmThe organisations that sponsor Wilders from the US overlap. The same people appear in different conferences, sit on each others’ boards, and gave each other awards.
Wilders has received financial support, including from Nina Rosenwald. The Middle East Forum, provided money in the “six figures” to help pay “legal bills” for Wilders in the trial over his 2008 anti-Islam film “Fitna”.
This “Islamophobia network”, included the Middle East Forum of Daniel Pipes, the David Horowitz Freedom Center, Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy, and bloggers like Pamela Geller.
Since January 2016, Wilders writes a montlhy column for Steve Bannon's Breitbart. Bannon and Wilders were also linked by the late Avi Davis, whom Bannon knew and praised as a “friend” to Breitbart News.