A “Jewish Swarm Consciousness”: Israeli App Orchestrates Interference in Politics Across the World

Diversity Macht Frei
August 9, 2018

Anyone who has ever participated in discussions related to Jews or Israel on the internet, especially on mainstream sites, cannot help but be struck by the ruthless efficiency with which remarks critical of the Chosen Race are removed. It is as if there was some kind of Jewish swarm consciousness constantly superintending the conversations of the world. Well, it seems there is.

One expression of the Jewish swarm consciousness can be seen in the app Act.il, product of an Israeli-government initiative intended to combat the the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel worldwide. I wrote about this app last year when it was just being rolled out. Now that it’s been going for a while, we can take a look at how it operates.

The app emerged from a project at the “Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (IDC), a private Israeli university near Tel Aviv”.

During the assaults on Gaza during Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012 and Operation Protective Edge in 2014, IDC students formed a war room of volunteer social media users to coordinate responses to negative coverage.

This model proved so successful that the founder, Yarden Ben-Yosef, folded it into a new academic program. At the IDC’s Public Diplomacy program, students work as “interns” for Act.IL and are awarded scholarships for creating anti-BDS content. The program features “virtual situation rooms,” in which students are trained via simulated exercises to manage volunteers from their computers. In one video for the program, the sound of gunfire is superimposed over students typing on keyboards, as “Israel is Under Attack on Social Media” flashes across the screen.


Users of the app are assigned missions, most of which involve making some social media intervention: leaving a comment (sample text often provided), liking or disliking a post, retweeting something or, very often, filing “hate speech” or terms of service complaints against videos or other forms of internet content.

The missions extend even to trying to hound specific people from their jobs. A week ago, for example, the app targeted a student at Stanford University.

Although the app officially targets the BDS movement, its operators seem happy to allow mission creep into anything deemed to serve the interests of Jews generally.

Here, for example, activists are urged to like a specific comment left beneath a Huffington Post article on the anti-Semitism controversy within the British Labour party.

What does this have to do with BDS? Nothing.

Many of the claims about Russian interference in the Brexit debate or American election politics hinge on social media posts allegedly made at the instigation of the Russian government. This app is officially sponsored by the Israeli government and it is known that Israeli military and intelligence services are involved with it. This is clear Israeli interference in British politics and the politics of other countries. Why don’t journalists cover this story?

As well as having nothing to do with BDS, many of the missions are aimed at enhancing Israel’s image in quite trivial ways. For example, users are urged to like comments or retweet posts that praise Netta Barzilai, the Israeli winner of the Eurovision Song Contest.

It’s worth noting that many of the videos targeted for takedown are in foreign languages such as Arabic. Do the Jews completing their assigned missions even understand the content they are filing complaints against? Probably not.

These are the kinds of missions available to new users of the app. It’s possible that as a user acquires “points” and status, and therefore builds up trust, more sensitive missions are made available.

Politics, ultimately, is a public conversation. This app is one indication of how the Jewish swarm mind pollutes that conversation with propaganda and censors “inconvenient” views from expression. The net effect is to warp our understanding of reality and Semitise the consciousness of the world.

For keeping tabs on the app’s latest propaganda initiatives, I recommend following this account on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AntiBDSApp