Stripe Bans VDARE From Accepting Credit Cards Just Days After Making Deal With Goldman Sachs

Chris Menahan
Dec. 13, 2020

Payment processor Stripe on Friday banned the immigration restrictionist website VDARE from accepting credit card payments.

The move came just about one week after the company announced a new partnership with Goldman Sachs.

Red Ice revealed they were banned from Stripe as well and questioned whether the decision was related to their new partnership:

VDARE founder Peter Brimelow said Stripe management "resisted" banning them "for a long while" but there now appears to be "a widespread purge going on."

Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs announced they were going to actively discriminate against white men by refusing their IPOs.

Over the past several years, an ever-expanding list of political dissidents and Christian pastors have had both their PayPal accounts and their bank accounts closed due to their political and religious views.

In 2015, Americans could pretty much say whatever they wanted on social media sites without facing much censorship -- yet today the majority of Americans could be banned from YouTube for openly expressing their political views.

Judging by Big Tech's rapidly expanding definition of "hate speech" and "misinformation," it may not be long until most everyday Americans face similar threats of "debanking."

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