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Mastercard v wikileaks and now Mastercard v Robert Spencer

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 15, 2018 at 11:45

Dr Pipes

I'm sure you must be aware that Robert Spencer has been banned by Patreon. The reason? He was told that the banning was requested by Mastercard! Yes, Mastercard (who on earth is still using mastercard anyway?)

I hope, by now, that Robert Spencer is aware that in 2010 Mastercard also banned wikileaks from receiving payments by their donors. However, as you shall see in the article below, it backfired really bad.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iceland-wikileaks/wikileaks-claims-victory-as-credit-card-donations-flow-again-idUSBRE96214720130703

And, oh there is an And, George Soros and Mastercard are big time pals!

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-immigration-soros/george-soros-mastercard-to-partner-to-aid-migrants-refugees-idUSKBN1531H2

I call it the George Soros effect!

I urge Robert Spencer to hire a lawyer in Iceland where internet freedom is still expected.

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