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Inspired by Dan Bongino

The Parallel Economies website and community was inspired by Dan Bongino’s call for conservatives to build an entirely parallel economy “where you can escape leftist censorship.”

There are more of us than you think

Dan Bongino kept promoting companies like Parler, Rumble, Align Pay and now Locals which made me begin to think that there were more companies out there that supported our rights than I would have thought. This prompted me to set up the website as a way to highlight these companies, explain what they do and how they work and help people get signed up, subscribed, or otherwise begin supporting these companies.

It’s not just about tech platforms

While it’s true that we need to develop our own tech platforms from Internet Service Providers, to payment processors, email distribution services, social networks and more; we should also be supporting conservative companies that produce apparel, food, drinks, news, services such as health and legal and everything else as well. This is why it’s not just one parallel economy for Tech platforms that we need, but rather parallel economies for literally everything.

Why support companies that don’t support us?

Why buy clothes from companies that hate you? Why purchase wine from companies that support abortion? Why pay for phone service from companies that fund anti-Second Amendment activist groups? We are pouring our money daily into the coffers of companies that despise us. It’s time for that to stop. We need to seek out companies that support us and give them our support in return. If we must spend money, let’s put it in the hands of people that will not use it against us.

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