Kike Wojcicki is Crashing YouTube with No Survivors: Disagreement with Others is Officially Banned

Roy Batty and Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2019

The long-awaited nu-Tube is being unrolled right before our very eyes.

The Jews were busy building up the moral case for taking the people’s right to free speech away over the last couple of months.

You will no doubt recall that bizarre 60 Minutes report that featured Lesley Stahl telling YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki that she has to censor more speech on the platform and Susan heartily agreeing with her.

We were mystified that they discovered our secret code number, 1418. We were shocked that they discovered that Big Man Tyrone is a secret agent of the Russian government.

We were waiting with basement masturbator’s breath for the announcement of their incoming blitzkrieg.

Well, the build-up is over. We’ve arrived at the destination.

Game over, gamer.

Ars Technica:

YouTube has for a long time been used as a platform for bad actors to launch massive campaigns of targeted harassment against individuals. After years of professing an inability to act and reduce such behavior, YouTube is finally updating its policies to reflect the ways bad actors actually tend to behave, and the site is promising to increase consequences against harassers.

Content that “maliciously insults” someone based on their membership in a legally protected class, such as race, gender, or sexual orientation, is now against the rules, YouTube said in a blog post today. “Veiled or implied” threats, of the sort that tend to rile up an online mob to go harass someone, are also now prohibited.

So this basically means that all criticism of protected classes is now not allowed on YouTube. By now, we all already know who the protected classes and who the kulaks will be, so it’s not worth even getting into it.

“Something we’ve heard from our creators is that harassment sometimes takes the shape of a pattern of repeated behavior across multiple videos or comments,” YouTube added, catching up to what targets of coordinated online abuse campaigns have been saying for the better part of a decade. As such, the pattern of behavior will now be something the platform takes into account.

Accounts that repeatedly “brush up against” YouTube’s new and improved harassment policy may face financial harm for doing so, the company now says:

“We’re tightening our policies for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) to get even tougher on those who engage in harassing behavior and to ensure we reward only trusted creators. Channels that repeatedly brush up against our harassment policy will be suspended from YPP, eliminating their ability to make money on YouTube. We may also remove content from channels if they repeatedly harass someone.”

A solid chunk of YouTube is cafeteria style shit-flinging between different e-personalities who disagree on topics relevant to their sphere of interest. All of this is presumably coming to an end. The era of open forum debates, or the infinitely more entertaining “Bloodsports” phenomenon, is over.

But do not weep that is over.

Remember the good times and rejoice that it happened.

And never forget the Jewish/Latinx journalist faggot who kvetched so hard that he gave the Jews the casus belli for making all of these changes.

The change was spurred in part by pushback to YouTube’s handling of a harassment campaign against journalist Carlos Maza earlier this year. Maza, who is Latino and openly gay, became a target of conservative personality Steven Crowder, who repeatedly hurled homophobic and racist invectives against Maza in the videos shared with his millions of subscribers.

YouTube’s anti-extremism crackdown targets journalist who documents extremism
YouTube investigated the reports against Crowder. On June 4, the company told Maza in a series of tweets that while Crowder’s behavior was “hurtful,” it did not violate YouTube’s policies. One day later, after widespread negative reactions to that statement, YouTube amended its stance and demonetized Crowder, prohibiting him from selling ads on his YouTube videos.

All Steven Crowder did was bantz this walking caricature of a Vox journalist. When Meza rounded up a mob of Jews and wahmen to march on Crowder’s channel and demand that he apologize and disavow, Crowder instead doubled down on his Abuse Speech.

I always knew Steven Crowder would kick off the race war with his hate-filled diatribes and I feel that I have finally been vindicated in my claims.

At the same time, YouTube updated its hate speech policy to ban neo-Nazi material and similar white supremacist content. That policy update also prohibited “truther”-style denialist content, such as videos claiming the Holocaust or the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School never happened.

Um, OK? That’s a weird one to throw in there.

Usually when you’re not allowed to deny that something happened, it almost certainly means that it never happened.

Sorry, but them’s the rules. And that means that we all owe the Fat Man an apology.

He knew and he tried to warn us. 

Now we wait to see who else will join Alex Jones in permanent YouTube exile.

My predictions:

  • Steven Crowder
  • Sargon and the remainder of the skeptic community
  • PewDiePie
  • Every single e-personality that has appeared on Ethan Ralph’s Killstream
  • Literally everyone with something interesting to say

YouTube is basically just going to be unboxing videos + makeup tutorials going forward.

They make most of their money on music anyway, and have for a long time. 95% of the most-watched videos in 2018 were music videos.

Although it was named “YouTube,” because it was supposed to be “you on the tube,” it has become a standard corporate media outlet.

“You,” meaning anyone who is not a corporate product, are a minuscule fraction of the content. Political content of any kind is less than 1% of the views. They can just ban it all, and they will probably see a rise in stock prices because it will be looked at as “safer” when the media isn’t constantly saying that people with webcams are causing mass murders.

Of course, this won’t all happen at once. They are going to continue this slow deathgrip. The big reason for that is to ensure that the goyim do not organize some form of alternate platform. We could pool our resources and fund an alternative, but instead everyone is playing hot potato and hoping they’ll survive the next purge while the ship slowly sinks.

This kikess just went and ruined one of the best things that the Internet ever produced.

I bet she was cackling maniacally while she did it.

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