(Natural News) The speech police at Google-owned YouTube are on yet another purging binge, as they reportedly removed all sorts of videos and channels over the past week that they claim promote “bigotry” and “intolerance.” But as usual, the only videos and channels that were targeted were those owned or published by conservatives, Christians, and supporters of President Trump.
YouTube actually made an announcement about this latest planned attack against online free speech and the First Amendment in advance, indicating before it happened that “thousands of videos and channels” promoting “bigoted ideologies” would soon be axed. According to YouTube, these “bigoted ideologies” include the claims:
• that “Jews secretly control the world”
• that “well-documented violent events, like the Holocaust” never happened, or didn’t happen as officially claimed
• that “women are intellectually inferior to men and therefore should be denied certain rights”
• that “the white race is superior to another race”
The New York Times (NYT), a far-Left fake news outlet, expressed its full support for YouTube’s purge of these and other related channels and video content in a corresponding article, describing the takedown as focusing on “neo-Nazism” and “white supremacy” – implying, of course, that only white people can be racist and hate others who aren’t like themselves.
“The new policy will ban ‘videos alleging that a group is superior in order to justify discrimination, segregation or exclusion,'” the NYT announced about YouTube’s plans. “The prohibition will also cover videos denying that violent incidents, like the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, took place.”
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According to YouTube, only white, conservative Christians who support President Trump can commit “hate speech”
Not surprisingly, the only “hateful” videos and channels that YouTube removed were those owned and published by Christians, conservatives, white people, and supporters of President Trump. Hateful black supremacist channels and videos, as one example, were not pulled, nor were videos and channels pushing anti-white racism and discrimination against fair-skinned people.
That’s because, according to YouTube, Left-wing bigotry isn’t bigotry at all, and is simply “normal,” “acceptable” belief and speech. The only type of speech that’s “hateful,” according to YouTube, is the type suggesting that there are only two sexes, male and female, for instance, or that people from other countries who enter our country unlawfully are “illegal aliens” rather than “undocumented immigrants.”
So, just to recap: The only type of free speech that’s now allowed on YouTube is the type that tows the Leftist narrative. This can include open hatred of white people and conservatives, but cannot include any criticism of other racial or political groups. And if you don’t fall in line with this political correctness, then you’ll be considered guilty of violating YouTube’s “hateful content” restrictions.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a far-Left extremist group, has expressed nothing but glee and praise over YouTube’s amped-up censorship crusade. Its CEO, Jonathan Greenblatt, wrote in a tweet that freedom of speech “does not mean freedom to slander,” adding that “[m]ore needs to be done to keep #hate off [YouTube’s] platform.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has similar plans for Facebook, having recently announced that all content containing “praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism” will soon be banned from the platform – though he was sure to emphasize that other race-based nationalist and separatist content by non-whites will still be allowed on Facebook.
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“Diversity psychos are the true supremacists on a national and international scale,” writes one Information Liberation commenter in response to this news.
“Isn’t saying some ethnic group is ‘the Chosen People’ superiority or supremacy?” asked another.
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