Building InstitutionsGiving Without FearRobert Wallace
One of the biggest obstacles to organized, professional white advocacy is fear of charitable giving. Like any well-reared white person, discussing money makes me uneasy. But the most significant contribution I, or anyone else, could give to our people is a thriving philanthropy culture. So, I hope clearing a few things up will make readers more inclined to give.
It isn’t paranoia if they’re really out to get us. However, when it comes to donating to Counter-Currents, your fear is unfounded.
1) Contributions to for-profit businesses like Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd. are invisible to state and federal governments. There are no government reporting requirements on our end or your end, regardless of the donation amount.
2) To a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit like the Counter-Currents Foundation, donations over $5,000 must be reported by the 501 (c)(3) to the IRS. To receive a tax deduction, donors must also include them on their tax returns. However, there is no example of a donor being audited, harrassed, or doxed by the IRS for donating to white advocacy causes, even when donors have received tax deductions on six-figure gifts. Furthermore, we are not required to reveal our donors to the public, and we never would.
3) Many whites like to make anonymous contributions to charities, even if they are not controversial. They are looking to help. They are not looking for recognition. To make anonymous giving possible, the institution of the “donor-advised fund” was created. Donor-advised funds conceal the identities of donors while allowing them to take tax deductions. Donor-advised funds have given hundreds of thousands of dollars to white advocacy groups and have simply ignored the impotent screeching of Leftists. You can deduct a whopping 60% of your gross income via charitable giving. Email me at [email protected] if this option appeals to you.
4) For those who want to make a gift that is completely anonymous, even from your bank, use Monero, cash, gift card, or money order. Monero is probably the best way to move large sums of untraceable cash legally.
Don’t let the tech intimidate you. It’s easy. This article shows you how:
If you take this option, use Kraken, as Coinbase does not permit donations to Counter-Currents.
If you need me to guide you through the Monero process, or any of these four options, please email me at [email protected].
This article is the first of a three-part series. Next week, I will discuss “the motivation problem” and how easy it is to give to Counter-Currents. Finally, I will discuss planned giving and how to leave a white advocacy organization in your will.
The only way to save our civilization is by creating a thriving philanthropic culture. Thank you for being a part of it. Now and always, we are profoundly grateful to our noble supporters. In this holy war of ours, fear is the mind-killer.
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This is excellent, forward-thinking work. Thanks.
Allow me a suggestion for you to think about implementing. Maybe CC’s best IT minds could formulate a page on the subject of Options for Maintaining Maximum Anonymity as a Member of the CC Community (or something similar). A page where “anonymizing” advice is streamlined, explained and formalized for continuous future reference, including by newcomers, as well as updated as needed to respond to technical developments. Perhaps even some kind of “Practical Measures” file archive could be kept permanently at the right of the screen (under “Archives” or “Top 100 Commenters”). This would contain, eg, this post by R. Wallace, and all others of a purely pragmatic nature. The post above is important as a reference tool, and shouldn’t be allowed to get submerged and “lost” in the daily shuffle of new posts.
Restore Privacy has many very thorough recommendations for practices and reviews of services along these lines.
Thank you, Shang. I appreciate the kind words and sound feedback, sir. These three articles will hold a solid grip somewhere on the site once finished. It all goes back to the paramount need for a sweeping, radical community commitment to philanthropy. At the same time, we need an institution poised to take white identity politics forward to expect the dedication we need. We’re delighted with our progress so far (see fundraiser update). Once people allow me to speak with them about the institute and its proposal, they understand. It isn’t rocket science. The merits of what we’re doing are pretty obvious. I’ll leave it there until the coming article.
For those who want to make a gift that is completely anonymous, even from your bank, use Monero […] If you take this option, use Kraken, as Coinbase does not permit donations to Counter-Currents.
While using Monero will keep your white advocacy support out of your bank’s eyes, Kraken is a Know-Your-Customer exchange meaning that when you sign up you will have to hand them some personally identifying information. Counter-Currents posts its cryptocurrency addresses publicly, as it must, which means that Kraken or any other exchange can know those addresses. This is how Coinbase knows to block attempts to send to CC. So if you send crypto to CC directly from Kraken, in theory Kraken could notice that and flag you as a CC supporter even if they let the transaction happen.
This need not deter anyone. Instead of sending directly from Kraken to CC, send first from Kraken to a wallet you control (i.e. one whose keys only you have, not a wallet on any exchange), then from that wallet to CC. Monero’s privacy features will ensure that nobody observing the blockchain can link the two transactions, so Kraken will not know what you are doing with your Monero. It would be like walking into your bank, withdrawing cash, then later mailing that cash to CC. Your bank knows you took cash, but not what you did with it. The catch is that to do this you need to maintain your own wallet and copy of the Monero blockchain, but this is far less daunting than it might sound and there are numerous guides available on the internet.
Thank you, Ascendancy. Yes, and anyone who needs guidance on wallet set up or any other crypto issue should please contact me. In Mr. Thornburn, we also have a mighty crypto counselor.
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