British Yellow Vest Shut Down By Facebook, PayPal after Challenging EU Official
James Goddard purged from payment and social media platforms
The leader of the British Yellow Vests who dared to question EU globalist and Tory MP, Anna Soubry before branding her a 'fascist,' has lost both his Facebook and Paypal accounts.
James Goddard and a group of yellow vest supporters approached Tory MP near the Palace of Westminster before questioning her about campaigning to stop Brexit, despite her acceptance of the result the democratic referendum in 2016.
Soubry suddenly leaped into promoting a campaign to keep Britain in the European Union after her Leave-voting constituents re-elected her in 2017.
Ms. Soubry claimed she felt she was in “physical danger” as Goddard's group called her “fascist” and “Nazi."
She garnered support from fellow MPs who demanded police take action against the yellow vest protesters.
British authorities say they are “assessing if any crimes have been committed."
But Goddard has already lost both his Facebook and payment processing service PayPal, according to the Mirror.
“We have removed James Goddard’s Facebook pages and groups for violating our policies on hate speech. We will not tolerate hate speech on Facebook which creates an environment of intimidation and which may provoke real-world violence,” Facebook told the newspaper.
“Anna Soubry, as well as others, have consistently shown themselves willing to fight in favor of vested corporate interests, against the will of the people, and she is now trying to shut down legitimate free speech because it is inconvenient for her,” he claimed.
"I do object to being called a Nazi"— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) January 7, 2019
Protesters confront Conservative MP Anna Soubry on the street after interrupting her live BBC interview by chanting "Nazi"
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WATCH | @Nigel_Farage: "I've suffered this every day, year after year. My family was attacked, the car was smashed up, written off and the police didn't pursue a single prosecution. Those within the Establishment get a taste of it and suddenly they want the law changed!" pic.twitter.com/YnNthhWU6U— Leave.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) January 8, 2019
“This isn’t about one person. Ms. Soubry is just a symptom of the problem. But yes, those showing fascist, totalitarian, globalist tendencies should and will be compared to their greatest 20th-century counterparts: the National Socialist Party of Germany.”
Goddard has been accused of subscribing to “a type of fascism” by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow.
UK media outlets such as The Mirror accused the Yellow Vest leader of having an “a torrent of anti-Islam and anti-immigrant abuse” on Twitter alternative Gab, including a post which stated: “All illegals need deporting ASAP. It’s about time the indigenous people of Great Britain, were put first [sic].”
“I don’t think it is ‘far right’ or ‘extreme’ to suggest the defense of indigenous or native-born people over the rights of new arrivals, especially illegal immigrants,” Goddard told the newspaper.
“Indigenous People’s Day is celebrated for people all around the world, including Native Americans. There’s nothing “far right” about that, and they should be allowed — as should we — to be proud of our heritage.”
The purge echoes that of radio host and Infowars founder Alex Jones, who lost his Facebook, iTunes, Youtube, Paypal, and Spotify amongst other platforms last year.