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The Children Of The YouTube Delete My Video, Lie About It

— They’re not ideological; It’s about money, power, and control like it always is

A principal aspect of children maturing into adults is the lessons they’re freely allowed to experience that tend to be far different or opposite from what their child-proto-minds sought. This stems from the fact that as soon as they begin to speak in whole thoughts, in sentences, they begin as consummate liars and deceivers. All of them. The skill of human persuasion is a long way off.

A typical example is tattle-taling with feigned hurt, whining, and tears. Because you shower them with love and attention so much, surely any perceived hurt on your part will result in a extra shower of reward for their benefit.

It doesn’t always work out that way—at least it didn’t for those of you old enough to remember the proper response from parents, adults, teachers, and society.

“Where’s the blood?”

“Stop your tattling.”

“Do you want something to cry about?”

Oops!

For some, the lessons are never learned—probably because of awful parents—and they become sociopathic liars; and if skilled enough, they figure out how to integrate those lies into what’s called propaganda.

While this blog has been going since 2003 and has 5,000 posts, I didn’t start putting up the occasional video until 2006, 14 years ago, and have only done so 130 times.

Some creators beat that 14-year record in the first hour of publishing. I published a ranty video yesterday about CovidCon and MaskHysteria. Here’s the offending video, on my new Bitchute channel.

VIDEO: COVID-19 CON AND MASKS — AN AWFUL RANT

Not two hours after publishing to YouTube, I get an email.

Hi Richard Nikoley,

Our team has reviewed your content, and, unfortunately, we think it violates our Community Guidelines. We’ve removed the following content from YouTube:

Video: Covid-19 and Masks: An Awful Rant

We know that this might be disappointing, but it’s important to us that YouTube is a safe place for all. If content breaks our rules, we remove it. If you think we’ve made a mistake, you can appeal and we’ll take another look. Keep reading for more details.

How your content violated the policy

YouTube does not allow content that spreads medical misinformation that contradicts the World Health Organization (WHO) or local health authorities’ medical information about COVID-19, including on methods to prevent, treat, or diagnose COVID-19 and means of transmission of COVID-19. Learn more here.

How this affects your channel

Because it’s the first time, this is just a warning. If it happens again, your channel will get a strike and you won’t be able to do things like upload, post, or live stream for 1 week.

[and ‘blablabla’ about how I can do better.]

So, this is all a complete lie. There is no “our team,” unless we’re now calling banks of computer servers on racks in isolated, air-conditioned spaces running garbage-in-garbage-out algorithms: “team members.” Accordingly, when they say “we think,” that’s a lie to reinforce the first lie, which purports to give the distinct impression that a team of thoughtful people of good will have deliberated over my little video. That is simply a lie and arguing otherwise is either delusional, or lying in itself as a white knight apologist.

If content breaks our rules, we remove it.” That’s another lie. You can find all sorts of videos easily that violate their “lofty and virtuous” so-called community guidelines, but it’s from the right group, color, race, weirdo fringe, or political persuasion of people. So thumbs up and high-five.

As of 2019, 30,000 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube per hour. Do the math. I uploaded 22 minutes, and in the next 2 hours, 60,000 hours got uploaded in the time their “team” carefully deliberated my little insignificant, 0.0000061th slice of that, a slice that will get a few hundred views at best, which is my average. Moreover, not only am I not a big, well-know, famous/infamous, popular channel, I’m not flagged. That is, I have never had a single communication, complaint, or warning from YouTube or a viewer, ever, in 14 years!

But, this is not ideological!

It is leftist, but the left is not ideological—never has been. Conservative (true ones—not Republican Blue Bloods) are very much ideological. They believe in God, country, individual autonomy, children, child rearing, self-sufficiency, self-responsibility, rational civil service (to God, church, country, commons, community, family). Essentially, this is why MAGA so resonates—because it subsumes and tightly integrates all of that, and more.

The term America itself is ideological; it’s spiritual. The left hates this, which is why, in their recent clown-car circus display, euphemistically called a convention, they spent four whole days dissing America with propagandized (integrated) lies, slogans, and bromides.

And it’s a humiliating offense—a display of the worst dregs a corrupt and decaying civil society can produce, strutting around in their Emperor’s New Clothes, claiming virtue with the bestowed status that goes along with it.

This is not ideology. This is money, power, control, and often enough, getting laid; or, if fortune will have it, granting sexual services on the come to exactly the right people in succession.

YouTube does not allow content that spreads medical misinformation that contradicts the World Health Organization (WHO) or local health authorities’ medical information about COVID-19, including on methods to prevent, treat, or diagnose COVID-19 and means of transmission of COVID-19.

With that, in itself, YouTube exposes itself as the most pathetic sort of lackey that could possibly be imagined to exist. YouTube: you are bought, paid for, discounted like a cheap stock, and cashed in.

There is no true reason for you to exist but to be a publisher of approved propaganda, all lurking amongst an endless array of cutesy videos, and behind a facade of caring, virtue, and righteousness.

And it’s all bullshit.

You’re a bunch of cheap liars populated by a cadre of floozies, hussies, Karens, and Kens—all of you pretending to be something you’re not: principled ideologues who care beyond your quarterly earnings report. Nope. When the elite, the big ad-spenders, the DNC, and the political lobbyists call, you take the call. You listen carefully. You’re their lackey.

Then you go to work integrating the lies you need to tell into propaganda that fools both the left and the right, for opposite reasons, keeping them at each other instead of identifying and focussing on the truly guilty, which is you.

So your biggest lie of all is the pretense that you are indeed ideological; that you operate from love of truth, ideas, and solemn principles. Even the ideological conservatives believe this, because they see things in terms of battles: good and evil. Surely, all your dumb sycophants on the left believe this too, sub-lackeys they are, down to their last soy latte, applauding every action to curtail the opposing ideology, which aligns perfectly with your game plan.

Emasculated liars are easy to control for fun and profit. They don’t even feel humiliated, quite to the contrary. They feel virtuous, of high standing and value.

…This morning, I decided to take YouTube up on their offer to allow an appeal and review. I submitted it about 9am, saying that 1) I doubt they have people qualified to judge true, false, or misleading medical information, and 2) I stated nothing contradictory. Everything was factual in terms of numbers and the rest was my opinion concerning policy.

It took 37 minutes for them to gather “The YouTube Team” together, conduct “further review” of 22 minutes of video amongst the 1,116,000 minutes being uploaded concurrently, discuss it, come to a team “determin[ation],” and issue a team judgment via email.

Wow, what efficiency. Or, they lied again.

Why does YouTube lie like that?

OK, here’s the accompanying video where I discuss the foregoing in unscripted, free form with any diversions, asides, and rabbit holes that may have ensued.

The Children Of The YouTube Delete My Video, Lie About It

Bitchute Mirror of the same:

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