When corporate America so quickly and uniformly moves to quash individuals who refuse to toe the "official" propaganda line, it becomes very apparent that the the Dark Forces are becoming quite alarmed and scambling to do damage control. At no other time in recent memory has such a broad array of (seemingly) unrelated companies systematically moved to silence one organization for simply publishing information that an informed public in a democratic society should know about anyway. There have been scattered online reports that question whether WikiLinks may be a psyop operation by one intelligence agency or another, but when you come down to it, in this society, it eventually boils down to money. When the big internet players move to shut down a small-fry operation like WikiLeaks -- in spite of potential boycotts, bad PR and lost customers -- then you know that their customer is on to something BIG.
PayPal terminates WikiLeaks services
PayPal joined Moneybookers, Amazon, Tableau and EveryDNS in cancelling services for WikiLeaks.
In a statement posted on its website, the company wrote: "PayPal has permanently restricted the account used by WikiLeaks due to a violation of the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy, which states that our payment service cannot be used for any activities that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to engage in illegal activity. We’ve notified the account holder of this action."
Daniel Ellsberg and many WikiLeaks supporters have called for a boycott of Amazon. PayPal may be next.
There are many other ways for supporters of truth and free speech to contribute to WikiLeaks, and we would like to encourage you to do so: http://126.96.36.199/support.html
Hmmm....PayPal, since when has telling truth become an "illegal activity"?