Get ready for a No Buy List?
The ADL and SPLC have been censoring the internet and expanding the No Buy List since 2017. Jewish gatekeepers have been doing this for years now.
“When I helped create PayPal in 1999, it was in furtherance of a revolutionary idea. No longer would ordinary people be dependent on large financial institutions to start a business.
Our democratized payment system caught fire and grew exponentially with millions of users who appreciated its ease and simplicity. Traditional banks were too slow and bureaucratic to adapt. Instead, the revolution we spawned two decades ago inspired new startups like Ally, Chime, Square, and Stripe, which have further expanded participation in the financial system.
But now PayPal is turning its back on its original mission. It is now leading the charge to restrict participation by those it deems unworthy. …
Now PayPal has gone much further, creating the economic equivalent of the No-Fly List with the ADL’s assistance. If history is any guide, other fintech companies will soon follow suit. As we saw in the case of speech restrictions, the political monoculture that prevails among employees of these companies will create pressure for all of them to act as a bloc. …
Trump is gone, but the resentments he exploited to come to power remain. And now we have this unholy alliance of tech and government coming together to ban “misinformation” and “hate,” which they — and they alone — get to define. What an ideal formula for spreading and deepening these preexisting resentments.
If we continue down this path, a far more dangerous demagogue could emerge. I implore my successors at PayPal and other Big Tech companies to stop throwing kindling on the fires of populism by locking people out of the online public square and the modern web-based economy. Silenced voices and empty stomachs are fuel for the very extremism you claim to oppose.
If you really believe our democracy barely survived a stress test these last several years, and don’t wish to subject it to another, the last thing you should do is create hordes of desperate people, denied a voice and livelihood, and primed to be rallied to a future autocrat’s cause.”
Occidental Dissent was banned from PayPal in May 2017.
We’ve been banned from almost everything else too: Stripe, Square, Google Pay, Google/YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc. In some cases, we have been banned from platforms which we never used for anything like YouTube. I used YouTube solely to watch food, history and science channels.
The costs of deplatforming fall on individual content creators who are only the tip of the iceberg. It is true that MILO collapsed after he was deplatformed. The same is true of lots of individual content creators. If I was deplatformed from the internet tomorrow, it would be bad for me personally, but it wouldn’t have much impact on the cause that I represent which is growing in strength. It wouldn’t change anyone’s mind or “deracialize” anyone. Instead, it would much more likely reaffirm the convictions of my audience. Who can deny that Jews are censoring the internet when they openly boast about doing so?
Donald Trump is no longer the president. None of the grievances which Trump represented have gone away though. In fact, we are far stronger now in terms of numbers than when Trump was president. The turning point was the George Floyd riots, the rollout of systematic racism by the political establishment and Trump’s defeat in the 2020 election. Millions of people started waking up a year ago.
I’ve been banned from PayPal, but far more people see the world the way that I do than was the case when I was banned. It also forced our people to get into Bitcoin. It was worth it. I prefer our supporters to use the P.O. Box anyway for privacy and security reasons because the Jews who control PayPal are using it to collect data on “extremists” which they are sharing with the government and other NGOs.