Family Campaigners Hit By Banking Ban
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The Woke war against tradition and Christianity goes on. Mass Resistance, a major American pro-family organisation, was suddenly dropped by their bank earlier this month, leaving them unable to process donations.
In a statement released last week, Mass Resistance reported that it suddenly discovered that their credit card processing had been shut down on February 8. “For nine harrowing days we worked to deal with this,” the group said, while online payments to them were declined or delayed.
“The bank had abruptly decided that it didn’t want to deal with a pro-family conservative organization,” they added.
Mass Resistance has helped to stop numerous radical pro-LBGT state bills in recent years. In 2019, the group notably mobilized successful parent-driven pushback against a “comprehensive sex-ed” bill in Washington that would have mandated graphic, anti-family sex-ed for all public-school children in the state.
After previously being targeted by the Southern Poverty Law Center for “hate,” Mass Resistance has been blacklisted for years by Amazon, a major web hosting company, and even some pro-LGBT “conservatives.”
“We all know about the vicious efforts by Big Tech, Corporate America, and the Left that have erupted to silence and destroy conservatives – usually called the ‘cancel culture.’ The financial industry has been particularly aggressive,” Mass Resistance said.
They noted that Bank of America was found to have combed through customers’ data at the U.S. government’s request after the January 6 Capitol protest, leading to the interrogation of an innocent Trump supporter. Major banks and other financial services have “debanked” the former U.S. president, while backing the ultra-violent and Communist-created Black Lives Matter movement.
“Pro-family and conservative groups may be tempted to use ‘easy’ solutions like Pay-Pal, Stripe, and Square – but these are horrible anti-family companies that will eventually de-platform you,” Mass Resistance said.
Other Christian leaders have made renewed calls for conservative resistance to far-left corporate agendas, like Gab CEO Andrew Torba who has pushed for a “silent seccesion” to build a “Christian economy.”
“At this point we have no choice but to ‘build our own’ everything. That starts by supporting those who are already building and share our values. It’s not about simply building our own social networking platforms anymore, it’s about building our own Christian economy,” Torba said.