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Right before Christmas, PayPal notified the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) that it would no longer be processing any donations from supporters because the awareness group does not support mandatory Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination.”
It turns out that PayPal did the same thing to the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance, the Organic Consumer’s Association (OCA), and many other organizations that reject part or all of the plandemic narrative.
Acting as a “ministry of truth” just like Facebook, Twitter and other corrupt tech platforms, PayPal decided to appoint itself as a type of police force to patrol and combat Fauci Flu “misinformation,” which is how this all started.
Back in October, the self-proclaimed “media watchdog” group Media Matters for America lodged a complaint against both PayPal and GoFundMe for allegedly “hosting crowdfunding campaigns for organizations that spread harmful COVID-19 misinformation.”
PayPal responded by launching a full-scale probe into all transactions on its platform that not only challenge the plandemic narrative but that also supposedly fund “hate” groups, anti-government organizations, and “extremists.”
How PayPal is determining these things remains unclear, but what we do know is that the tech giant, which is tied to eBay, is aggressively censoring and removing organizations and merchants that violate its arbitrary “community standards.” (Related: Remember when PayPal hired Mashable to destroy small businesses with opposing political views?)
“This increasingly orchestrated attack has targeted the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), Organic Consumer’s Association (OCA) and many others – and should send a chill down the spine of anyone who values the freedom upon which the U.S. was founded.,” reported Dr. Joseph Mercola about the situation.
“Powerful forces are at play, and Big Tech is among them, working to suppress, discredit and silence certain science, speech and viewpoints.”
Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson agrees, having stated that “there is no longer any doubt that vaccine industry interests and other corporate and political interests are pulling the strings so that Big Tech moves to squash scientific views, studies, scientists, and opinions that are contrary to the narrative.”
The NVIC is not backing down in the face of Big Tech fascism
After receiving its notification of terminated service from PayPal on Dec. 21, 2021, the NVIC issued a press release stating that PayPal clearly indicated with this move that it wants to control people’s choices, including which nonprofit charities they may and may not support.
“PayPal’s sudden and unexplained action against our donors comes in the middle of our annual end-of-year fundraising campaign,” the group added.
A little more than a year prior, in October 2020, the NVIC held its Fifth International Public Conference on Vaccination – Protecting Health & Autonomy in the 21st Century. This prompted major backlash from the mainstream media and a “political operative in the U.K.” to try to shut the group down.
Fast-forward to 2021 and the NVIC was then being eliminated from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube – though the group did not stop pressing forward in trying to spread truth.
Just three days after it was removed from PayPal, the NVIC secured a new platform for donations to pick up right where it left off.
“While big tech and the forced vaccination lobby put out a steady supply of authoritarian propaganda promoting fear and hatred of those who engage in rational thinking, NVIC will continue to defend the legal right to make voluntary choices about vaccination without being punished for the choice made as we move forward with our mission to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and defend the informed consent ethic,” the group said in a December 24 announcement.
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