Saturday, April 4, 2015

SPLC lobbying PayPal to ban "hate groups"

On November 25, 2014, PayPal permanently limited my account, banning me from using their platform to accept donations or online payments. Other websites, including The Daily Stormer and The Daily Slave, also had their PayPal accounts permanently limited around this time.

Apparently, PayPal made this move against me and others as a direct response from the Souther Poverty Law Center, a virulently anti-White, anti-free speech organization that seeks to enforce political correctness and punish political dissidents.

In a recent blog post on Hatewatch, the SPLC laments the fact PayPal has not permanently banned other "hate groups," including The Barnes Review and the Rense Radio Network, from using their services to receive donations and raise money.

Two months after a representative for PayPal requested a list of radical right groups and individuals using its services to raise money from Hatewatch, the company has not moved to restrict the groups’ usage of the service to promote racism. That stands in great contrast to other web-based services such as Spotify and iTunes that have moved swiftly to drop hate content once notified.

PayPal’s own “acceptable use policy,” which governs the use of its services, prohibits “use [of] the PayPal service for activities that … relate to transactions involving items that promote hate, violence, [or] racial intolerance.”

Yet, as the Washington Post reported last month, repeated requests for PayPal to enforce its own guidelines have been met with obstinacy, if acknowledged at all. This effectively means that PayPal, the largest online payment system, has given a tacit blessing for white supremacists to use their services as an unofficial banking system.

That obstinacy has spawned a petition campaign on the care2care website demanding PayPal (and other companies) stop providing its services to hate groups. The petition now has more than 80,000 signatures.

PayPal has taken a proactive stance before, banning some of the worst white supremacist sites from using the company’s services to move money. [...]
What exactly is a "hate group"? A "hate group," according to Marxist cry babies like the SPLC, is any group or organization that does not abide by political correctness.

Unsurprisingly, in America today we see major organizations and corporations, such as PayPal, Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc., consulting with and relying on anti-White, anti-free speech groups like the Souther Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League to determine who is and who isn't allowed to use their services.

The Jews and their Marxist allies are trying their hardest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone standing up to their anti-White, tyrannical agenda to operate in the modern world.

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  1. curiously there would be no "Jewish" religion without "Hate Speech"
    because a "Jew" must Hate Jesus to be a "Jew"...

    the "Jewish" the Nadir of spiritual anti-growth...

    oh yeah, Yeahway is the opposite of NO's true.

    eventually the language must be pure, [Zephaniah 3:9]
    so that every knee will bow
    come Hell or high water...

    modern day so-called "Jews" cannot be "Israel" -since Gog & Magog
    proselytes to Talmudic Judaism are not actually
    "Israelites"....or Judahites....for the record.

    and as always,
    God hates FAGS & Niggers, not to mention "Jews".



  2. I do not know why we even use these systems. When we use these systems we are only strengthening their hands, and lining their pockets with money, which they in turn, will use against the cause of Christ and of the white race.


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