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YouTube took down two of my videos

Censorship on YouTube is getting worse all the time, and this time they’re taking it to new extreme levels. Any content that is not in line with the brainwash that Silicon Valley and their financiers want to promote will get deleted while content that fits their groupthink agenda will get promoted even more. They announced as much on their blog in a post titled “Our ongoing work to tackle hate” (June 5th 2019):

Over the past few years, we’ve been investing in the policies, resources and products needed to live up to our responsibility and protect the YouTube community from harmful content. This work has focused on four pillars: removing violative content, raising up authoritative content, reducing the spread of borderline content and rewarding trusted creators. Thanks to these investments, videos that violate our policies are removed faster than ever and users are seeing less borderline content and harmful misinformation.

In 2017, we introduced a tougher stance towards videos with supremacist content, including limiting recommendations and features like comments and the ability to share the video. This step dramatically reduced views to these videos (on average 80%). Today, we’re taking another step in our hate speech policy by specifically prohibiting videos alleging that a group is superior in order to justify discrimination, segregation or exclusion based on qualities like age, gender, race, caste, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status. This would include, for example, videos that promote or glorify Nazi ideology, which is inherently discriminatory. Finally, we will remove content denying that well-documented violent events, like the Holocaust or the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, took place.

In addition to removing videos that violate our policies, we also want to reduce the spread of content that comes right up to the line. In January, we piloted an update of our systems in the U.S. to limit recommendations of borderline content and harmful misinformation, such as videos promoting a phony miracle cure for a serious illness, or claiming the earth is flat. We’re looking to bring this updated system to more countries by the end of 2019. […] As we do this, we’ll also start raising up more authoritative content in recommendations, building on the changes we made to news last year. For example, if a user is watching a video that comes close to violating our policies, our systems may include more videos from authoritative sources (like top news channels) in the “watch next” panel.

As you can see, those who stay politically correct will be rewarded and become “trusted creators” while their content will be viewed as “authoritative” and be recommended. On the other hand, those who prefer to think for themselves will be punished, just like I wrote about yesterday with regard to the US government potentially denying people a visa based on what they talk about on social media. It’s the same social engineering strategy — reward those who think politically correct, and punish those who don’t.

Two of my own videos on YouTube were impacted yesterday. They were two parts of an interview with Dennis Wise, creator of the excellent documentary “Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story NEVER Told” which I highly recommend watching. Once you research the truth about Hitler, you’ll quickly come to realize why it’s so important for the financial elite to censor that information and why they’re telling Silicon Valley to take down accounts and content.

Youtube Censorship

YouTube Censorship

Youtube Censorship

YouTube Censorship

While the first part got deleted completely (it had previously been partially blocked), the second part is now partially blocked and it’ll probably get taken down completely as well. I’ve reuploaded these interviews with Dennis Wise on Archive.org and you can watch them by clicking here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.

If you have your own videos up on YouTube, you should make sure that you have backups of them, or else download them immediately before they get taken down. If there’s content on YouTube that you like, you should download it and save a local copy of your own, as chances are that it may not stay online on YouTube in the future.

Many users are leaving YouTube and are switching to alternative platforms such as BitChute and DTube. I suggest keeping a close eye on these developments so that you know where to find content that’s outside of the mind control of Silicon Valley and the financial elite backing them. As you can read for yourself on YouTube’s blog, they are only going to promote and recommend politically correct brainwash from now on; you may not want to stay for that mind control.

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