Banking While Conservative

Years ago, I used to bank with Chase. Then I found out they’d donated money to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and I decided to close my accounts with them. I was hoping they’d ask for a reason, but they showed no such curiosity.

Years went by, and more evidence of Chase’s moral bankruptcy came to light. Chase Bank is in the habit of shutting down accounts simply because it doesn’t agree with the account-holder’s politics.

I ended up banking with a local credit union. At the time, the Unitus banker cheerfully agreed with me that their bank does not get involved in politics…

Alas, a recent newsletter indicates that Unitus Community Credit Union is now woke:

We are proud to take part in activities that celebrate inclusion: those that recognize the triumphs over adversity and the activism of those who fought tirelessly to gain the right to freedom, to love, and to be accepted.

As we celebrated Pride Month and the Juneteenth holiday, we were reminded just how difficult the struggle has been for those in our LGBTQ+ and Black communities. Our commitment to ensuring all are welcome, included, and respected is unwavering. We are proud to walk alongside our neighbors, employees, and communities to celebrate who they are and to let them know how much we value them.

Friendly reminder: In the woke lexicon, “freedom” means slavery, “love” means hate, and “inclusion” means exclusion.

When I saw how my credit union had embraced slavery, hate and exclusion, I got upset enough to seek other banking options. Obviously, there are no white-friendly banks in the United States, at least not explicitly so. The government would shut them down immediately – but can we at least have a conservative-friendly bank? Is that too much to ask?

I found a website that claims to help people find banks that match their own values. proclaims:

Increasingly, you can also chose financial institutions that are aligned with your values, your faith, or the causes that are important to you.

Here is a look at a few of the options for people seeking banks that match their values.

Scrolling down, we see that the very first option is “Banking for Progressives,” because we all know how difficult it is to find a bank that supports gay rights and BLM (sarcasm alert; they ALL do).

The other options are “Faith-based,” “Environmental” and “Socially Responsible.” There is no option for conservatives.

With a little more digging, I found an article from The American Conservative that deals with this issue. The author, Ben Frogel, points to The Bank of North Dakota as an example of what we should strive for. Indeed, having spent some time exploring the BND website, I was pleased. An internal search for “equity” yielded nothing more than traditional uses of the word (“how much equity do you have in your farm or house”). Almost all of the people depicted in the graphics are white, which is very refreshing – because it’s okay to be white.

There are a couple of possible issues that might arise if somebody like me were to bank exclusively with BND. Firstly, North Dakota is far away. If I needed cash, I’d have to use local ATMs, or partner banks, and I’d be supporting the woke banks anyway, thus defeating the purpose.

A second possible issue is that BND is likely to become woke as well. A truly conservative-friendly bank, especially one that is government-operated, is sure to attract attention from the Communists in DC, and their propaganda operatives in the media. Nobody knows how much longer BND can maintain its wholesome character.

I do plan on opening a bank account in Dominican Republic upon my return, and I’m reasonably certain that Dominican banks do not contribute to woke causes. At the very least, they’re not anti-white… but we’ll see.

Among the greatest crimes that tyrannies impose upon their subjects is to force them to support causes they object to. Americans are practically forced to maintain bank accounts; it’s almost impossible to survive in this country without one – but upon doing so, we give our money to diabolical villains, who immediately use the proceeds to destroy all that is good and holy.

Will the Conservative Movement, for all its flaws, find a solution to this problem? Let’s hope so.

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10 Responses to Banking While Conservative

  1. It’s good to have at least two bank accouts in case something doesn’t work with one of them, or they cancel you.
    Also, having a small amount in the bank is not very profitable for them. Most of their money comes from big accounts.
    You might as well take advantage of having a small account with a big, evil American bank because is very handy for all sorts of things, but keep the bulk of your money elsewhere.

    • jewamongyou says:

      Definitely. Of course, most banks require a minimal amount of money in the account, or they’ll charge a monthly fee.

    • Jerry says:

      I dont disagree. I currently have two and am looking for a third conservative-friendly union. But lets be real here… if one of these woke banks shuts you down, they all will. If the government shuts down your accounts (for criminal acts like being a conservative, for example), by law all banks will shut down any account associated with your social security number. Even venmo and crypto exchanges will shut you down, thats what KYC credentialing is all about.

  2. Lon Spector says:

    Caught between the devil and the deep blue sea. Being forced to walk the
    plank. But there is all sorts of life beneath those waves. Not everyone who
    falls overboard in the ocean dies.

  3. Jerry says:

    Isnt the dominican republic a communist or socialist nation? You’d rather support foreign banks than a domestic one? Arent there friendlier foreign nations to do business with? You dont think a nation so small, so close, and so dependent on America economically, would be subject to wokeness, even if only through economic pressures? Are you really suggesting I put my money into banks with no legal obligations to me, not subject to American protections, etc.

    • jewamongyou says:

      I’m not claiming that DR is free from any such contamination; it’s more a matter of my own comfort level. I don’t want to see woke propaganda when I walk into a branch, and I don’t want to be subject to woke messages from my bank. In DR, I don’t have to worry about either. Generally speaking, DR is far less “progressive” than the US, which is why men’s rights activist Steve Brule lives there.

  4. Jerry says:

    You could use the North Dakota bank to store the bulk of your value in. Do as much business electronically and with debit cards as you can. Keep an open account with an evil bank solely for the purposes of wiring small amounts of money into, so you can withdrawal cash locally without charge.

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  6. Mark says:

    I am having the same problem finding what I call a “safe” bank. Currently I have 2 banks and 1 credit union. I’m old, and I remember the old saying of never put all your eggs in one basket. Or two is one and one is none. Wells Fargo is my primary and I think they’ve gone woke. Like Bank of America they are cancelling accounts on political grounds. My second is a regional bank, TD Bank. I have no idea where they stand. And last is a credit union I’ve belonged to for decades. Where I am in danger is only having one “active” credit card and that is with Wells Fargo. I’m going to split my assets out of Wells Fargo until I can find a solid bank I can feel comfortable with and doesn’t charge insane interest rates on a credit card.

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