Wednesday, June 16, 2010



Last week, PayPal stripped Pamela Geller's site - 'Atlas Shrugs' - of access to her PayPal account. Reason? They accused her of becoming a 'hate site'.

Turns out Geller had angered PayPal by running a series of ads on the sides of buses offering help for Muslims wishing to leave the faith. In revenge, PayPal accused her of 'promoting hate' and blocked her account. PayPal, however, did not block another account - Revolution Muslim which "recently called for the murder of South Park creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone for depicting the Prophet Muhammad in a bear suit". In addition, PayPal still has no problem allowing itself to be used on eBay to purchase "DVDs of Imam Anwar al Awlaki, a jihadist cleric who has been linked to Major Nidal Hasan, the alleged Ft. Hood shooter".

After a firestorm of protest, PayPal backtracked and restored Geller's account. But the damage has been done. Geller has now switched her account to a brand new site - 'GPal'.

And so the struggle for truth and justice goes on. As the above information makes clear, however, PayPal is fighting that struggle with all its economic might.

1 comment:

  1. It's amazing how many useful idiots there are in the U.S.--especially self styled eletists which are everywhere--colleges, journalists and very naieve Americans. They need to get educated and they won't be so shocked the next time a terrorists blows something up on our shores--they will succeed you know.