A Barnes Review staffer gave us a quick update on the situation:
“We went to a high-risk credit card company. Everything was looking good and they were going to accept us, and then we just didn’t hear from them!
This is a total conspiracy! We should be suing some of these people! We are losing money every day.”
Yes, it is a very unfortunate situation. If you can help this noble company out, please do so.
What if your favorite bookstore was shutdown by the NWO?
Most of us have a bookstore that we love to spend hours in. It might be one of the remaining used bookstores with huge inventories of rare and hard-to-find books, or perhaps it’s a place that you can get a coffee while you read.
What if one day you walked into the store, and the owner told you that you can’t pay by credit card because his credit card service has been terminated with no notice and little explanation?
The reason: The big bank that owns the credit card service doesn’t like some of the books that are sold there!
Now you would think something like this would happen in China or Saudi Arabia or Germany or multiple other places in the world.
But no—this is happening RIGHT NOW in America.
This is exactly what happened to our friends at the historical magazine, The Barnes Review (TBR).
After years of doing business with the same credit card service, that service was bought by a large bank, and TBR was just discarded.
But it gets worse. At around the same time, TBR also lost its Paypal account—and the money it had in its Paypal account was frozen for six months!
And, on top of all of this, its titles were banned from Amazon!
This is obviously a conspiracy to put TBR out of business.
Now, as you probably know, AFP stands firmly for freedom of speech, and we believe this outrage must be fought head-on. So, we are having a fundraising drive to help The Barnes Review through these difficult times.
Please help them fight this attack on freedom by making a donation below.
To thank you for your generosity, donations of $50 or more will receive a one-year subscription to The Barnes Review magazine, a unique and intellectual historical journal.
Please take a moment to stand up for free speech and thought today. Remember, this could be just the tip of the iceberg.
If they can do this to TBR, then no organization is safe—including AFP!