November 9, 2018
PewDiePie’s “Pew News” segment is unironically good.
I used to pop in on Pewds from time to time to watch “Meme Review,” but that was about it. Now, I legit watch Pew News to keep up to date on the latest online, YouTube News.
This week, PDP talked about Ralph’s channel getting shut down.
YouTube has a policy of sending offensive super chat money to charities. But when Ralph decided to raise some money for sick kids at St. Jude’s, YouTube broke with their policy of sending HateMoney to charities and just refunded the super chats.
Pewds makes a solid point here. Why not just send the HateMoney to the charity… that is already YouTube official policy. Did they really just do this out of spite. The answer here is obviously, yes.
Furthermore, why just refund the lump sum? Why not just watch the whole stream and not send the more egregious HateDonations, because I seriously doubt that all of them were just 14/88 tier.
And what’s worse, it turns out that not only YouTube, but St. Judes as well made a big point about rejecting the HateMoney.
They let politics get into the way of funding 8 weeks of chemo for a sick kid who is yet to understand the hell that faces him in the outside world where he’s going to be growing up as a hated and despised minority in a formerly white country.
Last year, PewDiePie went on a jihad against the Wall Street Journal.
Wall Street Journal, February 16, 2017:
Felix Kjellberg, the YouTube star known as PewDiePie, apologized for content in one of his videos but accused The Wall Street Journal and other media of taking other material out of context in scrutinizing his use of Nazi and anti-Semitic imagery and language.
In a video posted Thursday on YouTube, the 27-year-old Swede was responding to a Journal story published Monday that pointed to nine videos he has made since August that included anti-Semitic jokes or Nazi imagery. The Journal reported that Walt Disney Co. severed business ties with him, and following the story, YouTube canceled Mr. Kjellberg’s show on its subscription service. YouTube also removed advertising from all nine of the videos highlighted by the Journal, though the company declined to comment on the content.
Mr. Kjellberg said Thursday that a Jan. 11 video in which he paid two men in India to hold a sign saying “Death to All Jews” was a joke designed to show “how far you could push” people by paying them $5 on a freelancer website run by Fiverr Inc. Mr. Kjellberg has since taken that video down.
It’s interdasting that WSJ would again be complicit in getting a YouTuber in trouble.
This is supposed to be a conservative newspaper. Just like Fox News is supposed to be a conservative channel.
Lol, this is what happens when Boomers go online
Kudos to Pewds for standing up for Ralph and standing up against kike censorship.
He’s officially done more than many Alt-Lite e-celebs who have kept quiet about the censorship of people like Ralph and others.
It’s not about optics on their part – just cowardice.
Pewds didn’t have to do this little segment. But he did the right thing and he did the brave thing by saying that he’s against the censorship of ideas. That’s all it takes.
Belatedly, people are getting the memo that they need to draw the line somewhere. Infowars’ segment with Ralph was pretty good.
I like what I’m seeing here.
People are getting really tired of kike censorship. And it’s happening in real time.
Ralph Retort can now be found at its new home on stream.me.