If you are eager to flagellate yourself, virtue signal and participate in America’s bizarre racial cult of White guilt and obsession with blacks, the easiest way to do so is still through PayPal or Venmo.
“In the absence of broad financial restitution to the descendants of slaves and Black Americans, some people are taking to Twitter to ask for reparations — and transacting through Venmo and Cash App.
Why it matters: The significant wealth gap in the U.S. between Black and white Americans is the direct result of slavery and systemic racism. Reparations as a potential solution to close that gap is highly divisive, but in motion.
The police killing of George Floyd and subsequent global social movement, along with the creation of Juneteenth as a federal holiday, has helped propel the conversation online.
By the numbers: There have been more than 91,000 tweets which mention “cashapp reparations,” “venmo reparations,” or “venmo cashapp reparations, according to an Axios analysis of data from Keyhole, since the start of the year. …”
We’re still struggling with payment processors.
Nothing less than absolute sycophantic reverence and worship of blacks is allowed under their Terms of Service. Blacks are put up on a pedestal as sacred beings by progressive activists. They are beyond criticism. If you are caught saying anything even mildly critical of their holy religious icons like doubting the need to debase yourself before them, you will be branded a “white supremacist” and deplatformed.
Note: Donald Trump was branded a “white supremacist” and deplatformed after running on the Platinum Plan in 2020. 31% of Americans believe Trump is a white supremacist.