Antifa Demanded Right-Wingers Be Banned by PayPal, Now They've Been Banned ThemselvesChris Menahan
Nov. 10, 2018
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Multiple antifa groups which revolve around lobbying corporate America to ban and deplatform right-wingers like Tommy Robinson and the Proud Boys were just banned by PayPal themselves.
From The Verge, "PayPal is canceling accounts used by the Proud Boys, Gavin McInnes, and antifa groups":
PayPal said today that it will cancel accounts used by far-right group the Proud Boys as well as multiple accounts from anti-fascist groups.Some of these sites, such as the Anti-Fascist Network, are literally just post after post like the one below organizing protests of Tommy Robinson and pushing for him to be censored.
This couldn't be any more ironic!
In a statement, the company said it, like other tech platforms, was grappling with how best to enforce its policies.Here's some of their reactions on Twitter:
Please tell our fascist corporate overlords to look kindly on us! Don't they realize our values are completely aligned?!
The Guardian quickly rushed to their defense:
What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
When were all living under corporate tyranny with a Chinese communist-style "social credit score" deciding whether we're allowed to buy or sell, just remember the fact you begged for it while deluding yourself that you were "fighting the system!"
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