Banks to Run ‘Word Checks’ on Customers’ Social Media

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Brexit’s Nigel Farage revealed that banks are working with credit agencies to roll out “word checks” of social media accounts to make sure they won’t be providing services to conservatives.

The times of banks being merely the institutions that take deposits and then make loans — and make some profit by doing so — are long gone because now banks have become “highly politically active,” Farage told Breitbart.

He started to fight against leftist banks in the United Kingdom after he was canceled by his bank for not being a leftist — the political belief system of the bank itself.

Farage warned people that if they won’t start fighting against this fascist way of doing business, it will only get worse. Additionally, he revealed even more intrusive steps that banks will soon take to ensure that conservatives would not be able to pay bills or make purchases.

One of these steps is signing up for Environmental, Social and Governance [ESG] programs that seem to be employing “wokies” who “are just filled with an almost hatred for people who don’t subscribe to their world view,” Farage said.

“The argument I’ve been making is if they can do it to me, they can certainly do it to you. What we do know is the British clearing banks are now working with some of the credit agencies to put in place word checks on the social media accounts of their customers,” he added.

“You can see the direction… we are literally on the verge of this happening. So we really have to start shouting.”

Anti-woke capitalism campaigner also said that he already received “thousands and thousands” of responses from the public to his call to come forward and reveal their own experience of either being canceled or mistreated by their banks.

“We have got a really relentless drive towards a cashless society, towards central bank digital currencies, where our lives will be completely controlled”, Farage said, speaking of the emerging social credit score-like system that is currently being developed.