Social Justice Warriors targeted the developers of Jesus Strikes Back: Judgment Day after the game began making the rounds on select media outlets. Typically, the offended groups began reporting the game and its creators for hate speech and discrimination, which prompted for the original site host, an Israeli provider named Wix, to shut down their site. They managed to get the site back up and working under another domain, but it came at a cost.
Over on the reopened website, there’s a statement from the developers of Jesus Strikes Back, explaining how PayPal is no longer doing business with them…
“Our previous website was shut down by our prior host after snowflake fascists who cannot differentiate between a satirical video game parody and real life decided to make multiple complaints to the hosting provider, Wix, demanding we be censored. We were also banned from using PayPal due to similar complaints from similar people. Since JSB: JD is a perfectly legal, satirical parody it will still be developed and launched, regardless of how many times snowflakes try to censor it simply because they do not like it.”
In an e-mail, the developers shared the message that PayPal sent them regarding the ban.
Basically it was to remove any references from the website or logos that indicated that they used PayPal as a payment service provider, and that their accounts would be unable to receive anymore transactions.
The developers were not fazed by this, and have been following the news about PayPal cracking down on anyone and everyone that runs afoul of their ideological purity tests. What they didn’t expect was that satire and parody was included within that test, writing…
“The PayPal situation is an inconvenience, but it’s not the end of the world. We know about their “alt-right” crackdown or whatever but we never expected their purge to extend to satirical parody video games – especially without even contacting us first but ultimately it’s their decision so it is what it is.”
This situation with PayPal has been escalating.
It really started to gain widespread attention when a number of high-profile Patreon bans took place, including Sargon of Akkad and Milo Yiannopoulos. To further drive the point home about financially deplatforming these individuals, PayPal completely removed functionality from payment services such as SubscribeStar, which prevented pundits like Sargon of Akkad, Tim Pool, and other content creators from cashing out their money through PayPal. Additionally, the company went a step further by also banning payments through BitChute, preventing the company from making use of their services.
According to journalist Nick Monroe, a lot of these financial bans comes from pressure being applied by the credit card overlords at MasterCard and Visa, which originally had Hatreon shut down in November of 2017.
Uh oh. We’re wading into dangerous thread territory now. pic.twitter.com/ZqPQbC6WbV
— Nick Monroe (@nickmon1112) December 23, 2018
This hasn’t just extended to pundits discussing topics relating to feminism, Communism, Socialism, and Social Justice Warriors in general. PayPal has also gone after content creators and journalists that expose political terrorism from religious groups, such as Jihad Watch, which was also part of a defunding campaign from the major card holders.
The issue was recently discussed over on the Acts17Apologetics YouTube channel, which outlined just how scary things are getting with those who control the money; dictating what you can and cannot inform the general public about without becoming a target for the corporate despots.
Essentially we’re looking at a monopoly on payment processing. The dictatorial weight of these companies is being thrown around to show that there are certain things you cannot say, certain things you cannot do, and certain games you cannot play if it goes against the Globalist agenda.
While Centrists™ continue to hand-wave the issue away while repeatedly throwing up the telltale sign of their intellectual ineptitude by saying “both sides are bad”, the reality is that only one side is actively preventing people from speaking out about certain issues, discussing certain topics with the general public, and literally attempting to ban people from playing games they don’t want you to play… like Jesus Strikes Back.
The game will allow you to take on the role of satirical version of Jesus, Trump, Hitler, Putin, and Xi Jinping in a third-person action-adventure game where you have to take down crazed feminists, xirkin, Social Justice Warriors, and the ultimate enemy known as the RFNBGFPHB, which is the radical non-binary gender fluid pansexual humanoid berserker
Due to the game being flagrantly attacked from the real life Social Justice Warriors, who are attempting to keep gamers from being able to find out more about the title, the developers have moved up the timeline for when the alpha version will be available. So instead of launching the alpha in February, 2019, they’re launching it on January 15th, 2019 instead. You can learn more by visiting the official JesusStrikesBack.com website.