Transnational Banking Cabal Continues Strangulation of Free Speech

(Natural News) For more than a year ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, the Left-wing Nazis who run the social media behemoths deplatformed one conservative, Right-leaning voice after another in what was obviously a concerted attempt to censor any and all dissent to Democratic candidates and their socialist policies.

Though financial institutions and online advertising firms came late to the censorship party, they eventually joined with the tech giants in deplatforming or downgrading powerful pro-liberty voices like Alex Jones and Mike Adams, as well as a number of influential right-leaning sites like The Western Journal, Natural News, The National Sentinel, and others.

While the 2018 midterms are behind us, they did usher in Democratic control of the House while Republican gains in the Senate were likely limited. Now, the censorship-and-deplatforming operations are beginning again as we head into the 2020 election cycle.

As reported by The Gateway Pundit, another site that was censored by Twitter, Facebook, and others, Chase Bank, a major financial institution in the U.S., shuttered the account last week of a very vocal, pro-POTUS Donald Trump supporter and U.S. Army veteran Joe “Rambo” Biggs, which he announced via Twitter….

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-20-virtue-signaling-leftist-banks-are-deplatforming-potus-trump-supporters-using-financial-tyranny.html

NN has an annoying habit of buying into the fake left/right thing, but politics is about resolving differences of opinion on how to further the general welfare.   The DS is about conquest through subversion, the antithesis of politics.   Dressing transnational organized crime groups in democrat or republican disguise is not conducive to understanding what the hell is going on.

Catherine Fitts says it is possible to find locally owned banks which are not networked into the central banking cabal.   Given the current monetary system, you could do worse.

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