PC does not mean “Politically Correct.“— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) April 30, 2019
PC means “Pro-Communist.“
“Activists have successfully forced Mastercard to hold a vote by shareholders on a proposal which, if passed, could see the company monitoring payments to global far-right political leaders and white supremacist groups.
The proposal aims to see Mastercard establish an internal “human rights committee” that would stop designated white supremacist groups and anti-Islam activists, such as Tommy Robinson, from getting access to money sent from donors using the company’s card payment services.
It’s been conceived by US-based political activists SumOfUs, who want to escalate the battle against white supremacists and far-right groups from tech platforms like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Patreon, and PayPal to one of the biggest companies in world finance, in an attempt to choke off donations.
Robinson and several other leading figures in the global far right have been forced in recent months to solicit donations directly on their websites via Mastercard, Visa, and American Express after PayPal banned payments to them. Facebook also disabled the donation function on Robinson’s fan page before deleting it completely.
“Spreading hate involves spending money,” Eoin Dubsky, from SumOfUs, told BuzzFeed News. “Whether it’s paying for online advertising or organising violent rallies, white supremacist groups need financial services from companies like Mastercard.”
Imagine worrying about China’s social credit system in the United States while you are getting shafted six ways from Sunday by the incestuous relationship between political correctness and woke capitalism. Actually, the Chinese are celebrating their “National Rejuvenation.”
The truth is that we can’t even have a meeting in the United States these days except on government property or even raise money except through the Post Office. It is the failures of free-market capitalism and the free-labor system that has driven us underground, not the government.
I’ve always taken a dim view of free-market capitalism. I have been an economic nationalist ever since I read Pat Buchanan’s great book The Great Betrayal back in the early 2000s. Lately, I changed my focus though and have become much more critical of free-market capitalism.
Since we can’t talk about race realism and Jewish power, wealth and influence anymore on social media, should we abandon mainstream social media platforms? Why not talk about something else instead? Why not talk about how we need to regulate Silicon Valley and start taxing Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos so that every worker in America can start getting paid $1,000 a month?
I’ve grown bored with the same old debates in the 1.0 and 2.0 movements. I want to talk now about how hilarious it would be to intellectually demolish and dismantle free-market capitalism, end the oligarchy that lords it over our politics and culture and how we should redistribute wealth from the billionaire class to everyone who is getting screwed over in our rigged economy.