YouTube Meltdown: Baked Alaska Suspended for Three Months for Sargon vs Anglin Debate!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 1, 2018

As the regular reader does know, I recently debated Sargon of Akkad on Baked Alaska’s YouTube channel.

This was a popular internet event, as the crazed kook Sargon is a known lolcow and rolly-polly fatboy. The stream racked up nearly a quarter-million views before BOOM – the YouTube kikes shut that bitch down.

The video was deleted and the channel suspended for three months.

The reason given was “hate speech” – by which they must have been referring to Sargon talking about how he loved Hitler and people are going to have to die to create a white nation. All I said was that I am planning to use tasers, knockout gas and netguns to round people up – hardly hateful.

This also came after Media Matters did a writeup on Baked and said he was a hater. As Baked recently noted on the Andy Warski Show, Media Matters is run by the people from Pizzagate conspiracy.

It is unclear what caused YouTube to make such a move. I was very careful in my speech – I was making a point to not be outrageous – and Sargon went nuts, but he still wasn’t “ban this shit NAO” bad. This was not any more extreme than the episode Baked did with Laura Loomer and Mister Metokur. In fact it was much less so.

There are several possibilities for why this was SHUT DOWN BY KIKES:

I am as a person just completely and totally banned from everything on the internet

  • Sargon sent the Sargonites to mass-report the video so it got shut down because he didn’t want all of that shit he said about loving Hitler and such to be at the top of his YouTube results
  • Someone else mass-reported it for some reason
  • Other

Today’s YouTube “Accident”

In the last 24 hours, YouTube banned a whole shitton of major right-wing channels, including Warski and Sargon of Akkad.

They’re saying it was an “accident.”

RT:

YouTube has said its removals of right-wing video channels were a mistake, something conservative users are finding hard to believe. YouTube blamed the blunder on the inexperience of its newly hired force of moderators.

“As we work to hire rapidly and ramp up our policy enforcement teams throughout 2018, newer members may misapply some of our policies resulting in mistaken removals,” a YouTube spokesperson told Bloomberg. “We’re continuing to enforce our existing policies regarding harmful and dangerous content, they have not changed. We’ll reinstate any videos that were removed in error.”

However, many did not see it this way. Several outspoken conservative personalities voiced their disdain for the snafu, accusing YouTube of bias in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school shooting.

The claim that YouTube hired new moderators and then gave them the ability to shut down channels with hundreds of thousands of subscribers – and then they decided to do it to a whole bunch of channels at the same time, without having been told to do that – is stupid. There is no way that happened.

There is simply no way that a new employee would not be told “check with us before you ban someone with more that 100,000 subs as you’re getting used to things.”

Most likely, they have a list of channels they are planning to slowly ban, and someone accidentally clicked something that banned all of those channels. Or they thought the way the list was marked was intended to mean “go ahead and ban these.”

Whatever the case, it’s coming. YouTube is going to clamp down on everything.

The kike-hating niggerbitch-fetishist Alex Jones has two strikes on his YouTube channel and he is getting all kinds of pressure for his pro-gun positions right now.

Some media figure is going to have to pay for the Parkland thing with being censored, just like I had to pay for Charlottesville.

That little faggot David Hogg challenged Jones to a debate and then backed out and Jones has been bullying him.

I don’t believe that even shitlibs themselves like David Hogg, but they also don’t believe that anyone should ever be able to question someone playing the role that he is playing right now.

You combine that with Jones’ lawsuit, and he’s in place where he could get hit with a censorship campaign rivaling that of the one we’ve been subjected to.

At this point, I’m pro-censorship of medium-tier right-wing figures.

Alex Jones didn’t say shit when I was censored. Molyneux didn’t say shit. Sargon actually did, so credit where it’s due.

The only other major person who did was Tucker.

But if people like Jones are getting censored, it is something where people are going to be like “oh…” and we will be that much closer to government regulation of these companies.

#ShallNotCensor

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