Jake Paul is Actually a Worthless Criminal Kike

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
September 6, 2018

The Paul brothers don’t look Jewish, but their behavior is as kiked as it gets – and illegal.

Some people responded to my piece on the Paul brother’s horrible boxing match against the nigger brothers with incredulity – apparently it’s not widely known that these people are Jews.

Well, if their Wikipedia pages aren’t enough, I hope this will leave you convinced.

The Verge:

Jake Paul is notorious for YouTube stunts, beef with other creators, and generally making his neighbors’ life hell. But an investigative video from channel Nerd City argues that some of Paul’s videos aren’t just morally questionable or manipulative: “Jake Paul’s content is illegal to broadcast in most countries he could name,” says Nerd City.

While, logically, it should be illegal on the basis that it’s Jewish subversive garbage, there’s actually legit technical reasons why it’s against multiple laws.

Lock this kike up already!

In a 43-minute deep dive, Nerd City — which often examines internet and YouTube creator culture — highlights several disturbing practices. In addition to concerns over sexually exploitative and inappropriate content, Nerd City touches also on Paul’s collaborations with family channels and the use of kids ages seven or younger for content and merchandise promotion. Most damning, however, is how Paul — whose target audience skews young, anywhere from ages eight to 18 — markets to children.

He does do that – aggressively.

“If you don’t buy more Jake Paul merch, I’ll rape your mom.”

In one especially painful example, Nerd City highlights Paul’s video “THE BEST SONG WE’VE MADE YET,” in which the YouTuber relentlessly plugs his merch, tour, music, and more in nearly half of a 14-minute video. “Jake understands and leans into heavy repetition as a principal of advertising … the words are artificially jammed into the sentences he says,” Nerd City says. For those who are too young to buy his products on their own, Paul encourages kids to ask their parents directly — a practice sometimes described as “pester power,” which is prohibited in the European Union via the Unfair Commercial Practices (UCP) Directive.

Wow, this kike is literally telling children to pester their parents to buy his stupid t-shirts for them.

Gaaaaaaaaay. Is Jake Paul trying to get our kids bullied in school, too?

Paul’s practices raise serious questions about regulations around YouTube content aimed at children in America as well. On television, the FCC has strict rules around how much commercial time can be aimed at kids, especially those 12 and younger. TV broadcasters are also not allowed to display website addresses “during or adjacent to a children’s program if products are sold featuring a character in the program, or a program character is used to sell products.”

Actually, America is extremely lax when it comes to this sort of thing. By comparison, ads targeted at children (like toy commercials) are flat-out illegal in many areas – like Norway and parts of Canada.

As influencers become marketing powerhouses, agencies like the FTC have installed regulations to help with ethical problems of transparency. The ecosystem around influencers, and YouTube specifically, however, still requires consideration. Whether he’s promoting new merch immediately after a highly publicized boxing match, or ripping off kids by promising them the perfect path to influencer fame, Paul represents YouTube success.

Yes, this is the kind of human garbage YouTube wants as their top figurehead, rather than someone like PewDiePie.

Wew.

YouTube should be policing people who do horrible immoral (and illegal) shit like this instead of trying to protect people’s feelings from being hurt by politically incorrect opinions.

That’s what they’d do if they weren’t subversive kikes themselves.

Instead, they promote this crap as hard as possible.

Jake Paul’s channel needs to be banned – and he should be put in jail.

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