Army Guy Posted January 22 Report Share Posted January 22 I have not even heard of this guy until today, have not listened to his podcast, and really don't care what his opinions are....In my opinion the bank is wrong in this case, and i really hope they get their as$es sued off. It appears there is a cost to our freedom of speech, i was surfing the net and found this , and it took me somewhat by surprise... This is another example of what it is like to be canceled this time by a bank, yes the Bank of Nava Scotia...It appears they don't like doing business with people whom have different opinions.... This Gentlemen is a Canadian Armed Forces Vet, with a family he now makes his living as a Podcaster, and u tuber like many of our younger generations.... I've read some of the comments in the many other people covering this story, and it blows me away on how easy it is to blow this story off, in fact finding our veteran guilty as charge, or standing up for the bank about they are a private business, and can do business with whom ever they want... Lets look at that shall we . Every convict in Jail regardless of charges has to have a bank account...murders, pedophiles, rapists', well you get the point....the Khadr family known and proven terrorist have guess what they have bank accounts, a place to store that 10 million in tax payers money, plus all those cheques the government sends them. he is not the only terrorist in Canada thats getting cheques... but you get the idea... My point is this the bank is there to make money , it is a business, it has stock holders, when did it get into the morals and values market...and is this something new we should be aware off, when shopping for new banks should i be asking these questions. like what can i say on social media, what is acceptable to the bank, can i have an opinion, outside of the governments... I no lots of questions...whats your opinion, have they gone to far, is this a form of censorship, and is it the banks function ? This is another example of the nation trying to cancel someone out due to simple difference of opinions, Joe Rogen, Jorden Peterson, to name a few... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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