Big Corporations Wage War on Serious White Dating Site

Dear Members,

I am sitting here on a pile of diapers and could not be more proud after having climbed Mount Everest. Motherhood, including pregnancy and giving birth, is a monumental achievement and only now I know how shamelessly belittled this accomplishment has become in the West.

Years of schooling and education prepare white women to become exchangeable numbers working to increase the profits of a corporation but neither prepares them for this most difficult and exhausting task necessary to keep our people and culture alive. We all know why and how.

Therefore, you will not be surprised that Google has completely buried the search keywords leading to WhiteDate.Net or positioned us to page 7 and lower to make sure hardly anybody finds this unique white dating site by typing ‘white dating site’ or whites dating whites’. Before only keywords such as ‘dating a white man’ or ‘date white men’ or ‘looking for a white man to date’ were banned from the results which also explains why so few women who are likely to search those keyword combinations find WhiteDate and the ratio women/men has been spreading from 1:6 to 1:12!

The online war of the big corporations against whites is undeniable and especially evident when you look at Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit that banned WhiteDate from advertisement because of ‘hate speech’. I still have not understood what is hateful about white people for simply wanting to preserve themselves as there is nothing to understand and never any reasons provided. No other ethno-dating site faces hate or racist accusations as well as marketing bans but the only explicit ethno-dating site for white people globally, ours.

Now, I am not the kind of person to bemoan anything as too busy finding solutions. I urge you, male and female members of WhiteDate, to take action and invite women who are seemingly aware of the anti-white agenda on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, trad forums etc. Help get more women on-board who are likely to make good partners whilst our male members, as vanguards, are paving the way to impose white dating as the norm and make it nolens volens get accepted by the anti-whites.

Together, we will grow organically by word of mouth until the day the critical number of us have woken up and we can form our local offline cells to speak freely, fall in love, build families, enjoy white life together, and last but not least, defend white interests unapologetically.


The Latest Victim of Silicon Valley Censorship: Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter

Katie Hopkins has been suspended from Twitter.

Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter for hateful conduct

Katie Hopkins’ Twitter account has been taken down by the micro-blogging website for good after a petition was started to get her account removed

Katie Hopkins has been permanently removed from using Twitter.

Her Twitter profile – which she used to tweet under the handle @kthopkins – now states she has been suspended – and this time is it for good, a spokesperson from the website has confirmed.

The outspoken personality’s micro-blogging account has been taken down after a petition was started by social media user to get her booted off the site.

Katie Hopkins has been removed from Twitter (Image: Twitter)
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Over 75,000 people signed their name to the Change.Org petition to get the former Apprentice star’s account suspended.

The petition bio read: “Unbelievably, Katie Hopkins has been given a platform to insult, abuse and cause outrage for far too long. Attacking victims of Child Sex Exploitation is possibly the most disgusting act that any human can do.

“Does she have no boundaries? The scary thing is, this could happen to her own children right under her nose – being as self obsessed as she Is, how would she see the signs?

Her Twitter profile – which she used to tweet under the handle @kthopkins – now states she has been suspended

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“I think it’s about time Twitter took action and removed her from their platform, just as Facebook have done with Britain First.

“Freedom of speech is something I believe in. Freedom of hate speech isn’t, I’m sure many people feel the same way.”

A Twitter spokesperson told the Huffington Post: “Keeping Twitter safe is a top priority for us – abuse and hateful conduct have no place on our service and we will continue to take action when our rules are broken.

“In this case, the account has been permanently suspended for violations of our hateful conduct policy.” 

The far-right racist has gained a large amount of backlash and hate over the years for the messages she sends out on the social media platform.

Most recently she caused a stir by mocking the Black Lives Matter protests.

On Wednesday Hopkins tweeted:  “Today is #whiteoutwednesday. I will shortly be posting a picture of my arse. Thank you.”

It came after she took aim at footballer Marcus Rashford by posting a number of jibes regarding his free school meals campaign.

It comes after a petition was started online to get her booted off the micro-blogging site (Image: Getty Images)
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The Man Utd forward’s efforts convinced the Government to back down on their stance not to provide meals to disadvantaged children during the school holidays.

Rashford himself comes from a family of five children and explained how his experiences of his mother struggling to put food on the table was the motivation behind his efforts to help those less fortunate.

But Katie was outraged by the decision, tweeting Rashford over the issue suggesting he should pay to feed the children himself.

Hopkins contacted Rashford on Twitter, writing: “Do you think women should think about how they are going to feed a child before they decide to have it?

“I do not want to pay to feed other people’s kids. You are welcome to.”

It is not the first time Katie has been suspended from Twitter.

In January her one million follower strong Twitter account has temporarily suspended.


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Rex Murphy on COVID-19: The power to censor speech and other great ideas from our Liberal overlords

Rex Murphy on COVID-19: The power to censor speech and other great ideas from our Liberal overlords

Let’s tap this serpent of an idea on its little head before its fangs emerge and it develops a real appetite

Rex Murphy

April 17, 2020
7:35 AM EDT

If there is one positive thing that can be said about this terrible plague we’re enduring, it is that now and then, it gives the Trudeau government some really, really great ideas.

Sure it was only a couple of weeks ago that the Liberals came up with the idea that they — a minority in Parliament, remember — should give themselves the power to tax and spend for the next two years, without having to get parliamentary approval. It was a truly brilliant idea, except that it ignored the fact that approving government spending is one of the most important functions of Parliament. Take away its authority over spending and the House of Commons might just as well be any old bingo hall, or with a little imaginative renovation, a one-of-a-kind Costco store.

Now, compliments of Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc, we learned that the Liberal government is contemplating legislation to make it an offence to, as a CBC report put it, “knowingly spread misinformation that could harm people.” In plain language, this government is openly thinking of making itself the official censor of what can and cannot be said about COVID-19. Pure brilliance again, don’t you agree?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, embraces Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc in 2019. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

Well, actually, no. Don’t even think of it. Better still, to borrow a phrase from Greta Thunberg: how dare you? There is already a government that has that power, and in some cases brutally exercises it. That is the government of the Communist Party of China.

And what has it done with that power? It barred telling the truth about COVID-19, and instead told lies about it. On the where it happened, when it happened, how it happened and how it spread, the Chinese government confounded, confused and lied about a plague that has now hobbled the whole planet. And China “officially reprimanded” the doctor who initially tried to warn people about the coronavirus, and who, with dread irony, actually died from it. (A postmortem apology followed from the government. That surely helped.) Admire the Chinese government if that’s your thing, but on this subject, it is not an example to be followed.

So, let’s tap this serpent of an idea on its little head before its fangs emerge and it develops a real appetite. The problem with government having control over what is said and written, completely aside from it being the utter contradiction of a liberal democracy, is that governments — especially on a matter such as this pandemic — are simply not competent enough to know what is right and what is wrong.

Legislators in the House of Commons convene to give the government power to inject billions of dollars in emergency cash to help individuals and businesses through the economic crunch caused by the coronavirus disease outbreak, on Parliament Hill, April 11, 2020. Blair Gable/Reuters

What is required for a government to pass a law against misinformation? To begin with, it presumes an infallible authority that’s able to make judgments on what is, or is not, correct information. Even worse, it presumes the government has the ability to make judgments on a matter that, incontestably, is not yet fully understood by anybody.

This virus is new. The investigation of its nature, transmission, the best policies to confront it, the extent of the response to it, even the nature of the response — all of these elements are, at best, in an incomplete and early stage of understanding.

Experts have varying degrees of skill and knowledge. If experts disagree, which happens often, will some of them be silenced? In actuality, a divergence of opinions can be seen as a path to the full truth emerging. But this cannot happen if the government gags those who may seem to be wrong at the present moment.

A man wears a mask as he walks past a mural showing a modified image of the Chinese Communist Party emblem, in Shanghai, on Jan. 28. Aly Song/Reuters

On the purely political front, there are equal objections to giving government censorship powers. Governments take to extensions of their power like bears to honey. The more power they get, the more they believe they alone should exercise it. Power swells the ego. Add more power, and if you follow the analogy, a little balloon soon thinks it’s the Hindenburg. And a government swollen with power does not like other voices.

It was only a couple of weeks ago that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau barred the leader of the Opposition from joining talks with other opposition leaders because, in Trudeau’s own memorable words, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer “disqualified himself from constructive discussions with his unacceptable speech earlier today.”

Yet it is not for Trudeau, or any other prime minister, to determine what is “acceptable speech” from his constitutionally positioned critic, the leader of the Opposition. Nor is it proper for this minority government, which has had enough struggles of its own over misinformation — on masks, on screening at airports, on our relative security from the pandemic — to decide what the rest of us can, and cannot, say or write about this unique crisis.

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French Intellectual Sentenced to 2 Months in Prison For Calling Mass Immigration an “Invasion”

French Intellectual Sentenced to 2 Months in Prison For Calling Mass Immigration an “Invasion”

[Free speech in France? Forget about it! The “liberte”, part of the slogan of the French Revolution has been replaced by state censorship and laws promoted by anti-White and anti-free speech minorities. France’s current “hate law”, the Fabius-Gayssot Law of 1990, was named after its two sponsors, Laurent Fabius, a socialist Jew and member of the National Assembly, and Jean-Claude Gayssot, a Communist Party deputy.]

Forced to pay 1800 euros to anti-racism organizations for his crime of opinion.

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French Intellectual Sentenced to 2 Months in Prison For Calling Mass Immigration an "Invasion"

French intellectual Renaud Camus has been given a 2 month suspended prison sentence for saying that mass immigration into Europe represents an “invasion.”

Camus will only avoid jail by paying 1800 euros to two “anti-racist” organizations, SOS Racisme and the LICRA (International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism).

The writer, who is the author of Le Grand Remplacement (The Great Replacement), was charged with “public incitement to hate or violence on the basis of origin, ethnicity, nationality, race or religion.”

The conviction stems from a November 2017 speech in Colombey-les-deux Eglises to the National Council of European Resistance in which Camus declared, “Immigration has become an invasion.”

“The irreversible colonization is demographic colonization, by the replacement of the population,” said the author, adding, “The ethnic substitution, the great replacement, is the most important event in the history of our nation since it has existed; as with other people, if the story continues, it will not be that of France.”

Camus also called for a “national consensus of resistance” to oppose Islamization in “the struggle for the salvation of our common civilization, Celtic, Slavic, Germanic, Greek-Latin, Judeo-Christian.”

The part of Camus’ speech that specifically garnered the attention of judges was when he talked about European people being replaced.

Camus said mass immigration “is the substitution, the tendency to substitute everything with its emulator, normalized, standardized, interchangeable: The original with its copy, the authentic with its imitation, the true with the false, the mothers with surrogate mothers, the culture with free time and entertainment.”

France suffers Islamic terror attacks on such a routine basis that it’s barely even an important news story anymore. Many of those terrorists are radicalized by mosques that escape any police scrutiny, but Camus must be punished for his crime of opinion.

And there you have it. Free speech is now a crime in France.

More Silicon Valley Censorship of Dissent: PayPal Pulls the Plug on Moon Rock Books

More Silicon Valley Censorship of Dissent: PayPal Pulls the Plug on Moon Rock Books 


because our books are too “risky”

Here’s the email we received from PayPal a few days ago:

Notice of PayPal Account Limitation

Date: Wed 04:58

We have recently reviewed your usage of PayPal’s services, as reflected in our records and on your website Due to the nature of your activities, we have chosen to discontinue service to you in accordance with PayPal’s User Agreement. As a result, we have placed a permanent limitation on your account.

We ask that you please remove all references to PayPal from your website. This includes removing PayPal as a payment option, as well as the PayPal logo and/or shopping cart.

If you have a remaining balance, you may withdraw the money to your bank account. Information on how to withdraw money from your PayPal account can be found via our Help Center.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any questions or need our support, please contact the PayPal Brand Risk Management Department at


PayPal Brand Risk Management


So, we called them, and this is what a machine told us (we weren’t allowed to speak to a human):
We appreciate you choosing PayPal as your payment partner. Unfortunately, we are unable to continue offering our services to you at this time, due to the nature of your business, or the activity in your PayPal account, and the risk it poses to PayPal. This decision can’t be overturned. If you owe refunds to any of your buyers, you can use the money in your PayPal account to refund them. The money in your PayPal account will be held for 180 days. After 180 days, we’ll email you information on how to withdraw your money.

They shut down our business for a few days and hurt us pretty good, because they gave us no warning at all, after a nearly five-year business relationship.

They inconvenienced our customers, as we were forced to only accept cash, check or money orders, until we secured a new payment processor, which took us a few days to do.

What’s the “risk,” that an alternative view might dare get exposure, to shine the light on government and media lies?

Right, only they’re allowed to tell us what’s right and what’s wrong.

Please support our right to exist in the marketplace of free ideas.

Oh, and yeah, we don’t take PayPal.

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Twitter Censors Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Report of Antifa Mob Attack on his Louisville Home

 Twitter Censors Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Report of Antifa Mob Attack on his Louisville Home



Ryan Saavedra

Here are the messages that McConnell’s re-election campaign received from Twitter telling them that they could not expose the hatred coming from the Democrat Party directed at McConnell



McConnell’s re-election campaign,

, also shared the video, presumably to show the hatred and violence from the Democrats Twitter also suspended their account for sharing the video Again: Twitter suspended McConnell’s campaign for showing the hatred directed at him

Ryan Saavedra

McConnell’s re-election campaign,

, also shared the video, presumably to show the hatred and violence from the Democrats Twitter also suspended their account for sharing the video Again: Twitter suspended McConnell’s campaign for showing the hatred directed at him



Security provider drops imageboard 8chan used to distribute El Paso & Christchurch manifestos

Internet security company Cloudflare has dropped the unmoderated anonymous 8chan forum, which has become a source of hate-filled manifestos left by mass shooters, including the El Paso gunman.

In a blog post on Sunday, Cloudflare, which is based in San-Francisco, said it would discontinue its services to 8chan, an imageboard that has come under intense scrutiny for hosting several “manifestos” penned by mass shooters.

The company said it appears that the El Paso attacker posted his four-page “screed” to the site “immediately before beginning his terrifying attack on the El Paso Walmart killing 20 people.”

While 8chan’s role in the El Paso massacre was the last straw, Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince said it was a chain of events that forced the company to boot 8chan, one of which is the role the New Zealand mosque attack played in triggering the recent rampage.

\ “The El Paso shooter specifically referenced the Christchurch incident and appears to have been inspired by the largely unmoderated discussions on 8chan which glorified the previous massacre,” he wrote.

Prince argued that it does not matter whether or not 8chan violated any laws by allowing radical ideas to thrive on its platform; it was enough that they “have created an environment that revels in violating its spirit.”

“The rationale is simple: they have proven themselves to be lawless and that lawlessness has caused multiple tragic deaths.”

It was still a hard decision for the company to make as it seeks to treat all of its 19 million customers without bias, but, according to Prince, 8chan crossed the line by “directly” inspiring the tragedy.

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Prince said that Cloudfare seeks to shield itself from public outrage, adding that the move will not solve the bigger problem of sites propagating violence. The company’s decision to dump the white nationalist site Daily Stormer two years ago did not lead to its demise, but on the contrary, only fired up its base, he noted.

“I have little doubt we’ll see the same happen with 8chan. While removing 8chan from our network takes heat off of us, it does nothing to address why hateful sites fester online. It does nothing to address why mass shootings occur.”

He argued that it’s ultimately not up to a private company to decide “what content is good and bad” and how it should be handled, and called on the government to step up its role in internet regulation.