I’ve been self-employed with other online ventures for a number of years now and have always considered my articles, videos and other content on the topics you see here on this site as being along the lines of voluntary/activist type work. I certainly haven’t been outspoken on these things to help my personal branding as I absolutely noticed a loss of some of my audience in my other work when I began doing this! I make a bit of ad revenue from my Govan Kilgour YouTube channel, but my following isn’t quite near large enough for it to become a part time, let alone even full time job.
More recently I’ve felt there’s a rising urgency for me to create content that gets right to the heart of what I think needs major exposure in the white identitarian movement. This is the reason I’ve chosen to start the “Open Source Firebrand” radio show. Any support you can show me through donations and the other methods listed below will ensure its continuance and growth. Even if you’re donating ‘just to support the regular weekly show’ the money will then also free up my time to be able to post more content that gets in-depth on some of the more nuanced topics that might work better as an article or stand alone video.
If you don’t have much disposable income but want to help out you can simply watch or listen to the podcast on YouTube without an ad blocker on. Also, sharing links to my videos, podcasts, and articles in relevant forums and on social media is a yuuuge help! If you do have some disposable income but would like to get something tangible back with the money you spend, consider checking out my recommended affiliates listed on my other website ‘Secrets of Longevity’ (turn off any ad-blocking apps for my site) which has plenty of effective natural health products and other items for purchase. Below I have a couple of affiliates listed related to this site as well.
I do read donations out on the show, but will only refer to first names if general enough or initials. If you’d prefer to remain completely anonymous just write that in the note with your donation. If you use a name that’s clearly fake and meant to be comical I will read it. I will read any messages included with a donation on air as well.
Sending an email transfer is a way to help me avoid PayPal’s percentage based fees, although if the donation is small the cost of an email transfer can exceed this fee. Per transfer PayPal charges me 2.9% plus $0.30 plus other small fees depending on other circumstances. In this case any transfer by PayPal is usually cheaper if the amount is under $25 as the cost of an email transfer is set at $1-$1.50. For this reason if you’d like to make small but regular donations I’d generally recommend sending a larger chunk less frequently, but of course any amount at any time is helpful! Send any email donations to this address (you can’t copy and paste this, it’s an image):
A single one-time PayPal donation is something most people are familiar with doing and if you’d like to occasionally toss some coin my way, it will always be immensely appreciated. In some ways PayPal is more anonymous for you than an email transfer as it hides your identity better from your bank to mine. PayPal accepts multiple types of payment and it is very secure to use. Click here and donate any amount you’d like:
Monthly recurring donations are the #1 best way you can help the show. You can of course do them by email transfer too but you’d have to set that up on your end with your bank. If I know I’m getting a consistent base income every month that covers expenses for both myself and what it takes to produce content, that allows me to increase my overhead over time and improve the show’s quality as the consistent donations increase:
I accept bitcoin donations as well which have the lowest transfer fees by far of any method of money transfer (after handing someone physical cash in person). There is some transfer fee on my end depending on when and how I want to transfer bitcoin funds into my local fiat currency, but it’s still less than the above mentioned methods. There is a technical learning curve to using bitcoin though so I’d stick to the above methods unless you want to learn more about crypto-currencies and how they can be used to take power back from banks. When used properly it has the potential to be far more anonymous than any other donation method. I’ll add donation codes for other crypto-currencies in the near future as well. Scan the QR code below or copy and paste the address to send me bitcoin:
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