LEGAL FIGHTBACK: Britain First starts legal action against social networks and Stripe
Britain First has commenced legal action against social network giants Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and payments provider Stripe.
Pre-action protocol letters have been dispatched to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Stripe demanding they cease and desist with their acts of political discrimination against our movement.
Twitter closed down the accounts of Britain First, Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen, cutting off 200,000 supporters.
Facebook followed suit, cutting off 2.5 million supporters.
YouTube censored Britain First videos, plastering them with a warning message before eventually closing down our account completely.
Stripe has closed down no less than four separate payment processing facilities for our movement.
Now, our legal fightback has commenced against these fascist anti-democratic tech giants.
More updates shortly.