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YouTube Goes Down the Tubes By Brian Simpson
It is getting hard to keep up with all the censorship the IT giants are imposing. Now, YouTube has moved right away from gun issues and is banning prepping videos, of all things:
“The latest censorship insult from YouTube has just arrived: YouTube has just issued a strike and banned a Natural News video entitled, “Pandemic Preparedness FREE Online How To Course Episode 12.” The video, which you can see at this link (or watch below), teaches people how to survive a pandemic outbreak when antibiotics are useless and vaccines don’t even exist. The discussion in this particular video centered around “remaining calm” during a pandemic outbreak that causes many people to panic. According to YouTube, teaching people how to survive a pandemic and remain calm “violates our guidelines” and gets banned. This is what YouTube has now become: a technology overlord that interferes with lifesaving information by banning some of the most helpful channels that contribute to saving lives in outbreaks, natural disasters and other emergencies. YouTube literally wants its viewers to die rather than view a Health Ranger video containing lifesaving information.”
Fortunately, pro-action folk like Mike Adams, who have money and tech savvy, are moving away from the mainstream pc libtard sites, and Adams will launch REAL.video on July 4, 2018. It is only a matter of time before social credit videos are banned because someone will raise “stormy” stuff about what Major Douglas said, and that is enough nowadays to kill anyone by remote guilt by association. So, clearly, there is a need to move beyond YouTube and the like. However, for the foreseeable future, YouTube will still be good on neutral education videos, containing worthwhile mathematics, physics, chemistry and computing tutorials, which I recommend to my science students. The quality of teaching is very good indeed, and I am not ashamed to say that I brushed up on one thing in vector analysis before teaching my Year 12 class last year.