Undercover Video: YouTube Accused Of Manipulating Search Results In Favor Of Liberal Media
( Daily Wire ) James O’Keefe released a new video on Wednesday as part of Project Veritas’ series on exposing bias in the media and at tech companies – this time possibly exposing YouTube.
The new video is a continuation of where the first video left off, in which The New York Times’ Audience Strategy Editor Nicholas Dudich, previously a Democratic operative, suggests that he allows his political views to essentially guide his work – including his plan for destroying President Donald Trump.
In the new video, Dudich talks about his relationship with staff members at YouTube and suggests that the video-sharing platform cooperates with him in deciding what videos should be promoted and buried.
Dudich specifically mentioned that Earnest Pettie, who is a Brand and Diversity Curation Lead at YouTube, helps him in curating what content ends up on the front page of YouTube.
In the video, Pettie explains:
Realistically, that’s what the … that’s what that news carousel kind of does. So like, it’s above the search results so, at the very least, we can say that like this shelf of videos from news partners is legitimate news because we know that these are legitimate news organizations. And if at that point, somebody decides they’re going to scroll past that and go find Alex Jones, well, they were looking for him to begin with anyway.
The rise of left-wing tech NAZIS like Google, Youtube and Facebook is inevitable after the fall of left-wing traditional media like tv networks and newspapers like New York Times. The role of these tech giants is to replace left-wing traditional media that’s heading towards obscurity and losing their power in creating propaganda news.
Tucker Carlson slammed Google’s apparent censorship of content not politically agreeable to them company.
“Google seems to be letting politics dictate who is allowed to make money from their platform,” Tucker said on his show Thursday.
Talk show host Dave Rubin claimed YouTube financially censored his videos when the platform “demonetized” them.
“It appears at least that there’s some pretty shady stuff going on,” the host of “The Rubin Report” told Tucker.
The mammoth video platform put out a statement claiming that 90 percent of Rubin’s videos were monetized and those that weren’t contained adult topics, which are objectionable to some advertisers.
Rubin disputed this, saying that episodes of his “Larry King-esque” show with no sensitive content were demonetized.
“Unfortunately the lack of transparency there, it took me about two years to get on the phone with them,” Rubin said. “I finally did about two weeks ago and didn’t really get any answers.”
- Joy Villa: “I put it back up. I refuse 2 be silenced! Make America Great Again! Joy Villa (Official Music Video)”
Trump supporter and singer Joy Villa shocked Hollywood at the Grammys red carpet in February when she showed up wearing a MAGA dress. Btw, she got death threats from ‘tolerant’ liberals after wearing that dress.
On Independence Day, Joy Villa released a song titled ‘Make America Great Again’. On July 28, she posted on YouTube a music video of her MAGA song. August 26, Youtube removed it after someone allegedly complained.
Villa maintains that she has both written and verbal consent from everyone featured in her music video, and YouTube did not provide a name or any proof that the complaint came from someone who actually appeared in it.
Joy Villa tweeted an hour after it was removed that she will not be silenced so she posted her video to YouTube again.
Tech NAZI Youtube is cracking down on conservatives, Christians and Trump supporters by demonetizing videos, deleting videos and suspending accounts altogether.
YouTube manifesto on ‘extremist’ content: YouTube has stated that any controversial political or religious content “will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes.”
YouTube list of subjects that content creators are not permitted to criticize:
- race or ethnic origin
- veteran status
- sexual orientation/gender identity.
The Case of Jordan Peterson:
“Over the past weeks, we have begun working with more than 15 additional expert NGOs and institutions through our Trusted Flagger program, including the Anti-Defamation League, the No Hate Speech Movement, and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue. These organizations bring expert knowledge of complex issues like hate speech, radicalization, and terrorism that will help us better identify content that is being used to radicalize and recruit extremists. We will also regularly consult these experts as we update our policies to reflect new trends. And we’ll continue to add more organizations to our network of advisors over time.”
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, heralded by many as the recent “Father of YouTube,” is notable for his lectures on subjects such as free speech, psychology, gender issues, and even Christianity. Peterson is notorious for being a human punching bag for campus liberals, as he is a fairly well-known professor in both the academic world and the interwebs. In one extremely well-received video, Peterson talks about how changing the world begins with cleaning your room, yet the man proceeds to get unprecedented amounts of hate in his own classroom. Peterson rose to internet glory when the Canada’s Bill C-16 was in utero.
As Peterson expressed his immense disapproval for the Canadian bill that would the public to use gender pronouns outside of the traditional he/him/his and she/her/hers, in absolute accordance with the person referred to, a video surfaced in October 2016 that showcased Peterson debating a group of proponents for the legislation to be passed. After gaining an international name and showcasing on several well-known YouTube channels, Peterson continued to direct much of his content creation towards the issue of Canada’s Bill C-16, criticism of postmodernism and Marxist theory, and an overall support for traditional gender norms.
Unsurprisingly, on the morning of August 1, 2017, Peterson awoke the world with a tweet.
Pizzagate anyone? Imran Awan was a fan of several pedophile-centric YouTube channels – including one featured on Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 program. Amran’s lawyer complained that for months ‘right-wing pizzagate media’ have been targeting him with outlandish accusations.
Imran Awan, the long-time employee and friend of Debbie Wasserman Schultz – currently under investigation by the FBI and DC Capitol Police for a variety of alleged crimes unrelated to his Monday arrest (and whose lawyer oddly mentioned ‘pizzagate‘ in a post-arrest statement), subscribed to YouTube channel “Seven Super Girls” – which has over 12 billion views, and features children performing in sexualized ‘bits.”
The Tosh.0 segment on SevenSuperGirls is here.
“At first glance, the Seven Super Girls YouTube homepage, arguably, looks like one’s favorite porn site. Each under-18 girl has her own subchannel. To the unwitting, however, the site may look like girls dressed like girls, engaging in activities which girls enjoy — going to camp, hanging with friends by the pool, and playing dress up.
But to a pedophile, the site is a smorgasbord of smut, carefully crafted to serve as eye candy for adults and teenagers to indulge in their child-sex fantasies. After we clicked on the entire list of videos and selected to sort by most popular, it became clear to us at The Free Thought Project, the videos are in no way innocent.”
Before any accusations surfaced, Awan’s lawyer publish a statement and mention Pizzagate
( Daily Caller ) A Michigan-based Islamic preacher’s YouTube account may have helped radicalize one of Saturday’s London attackers, a friend of the attacker told BBCNews Asia.
The preacher, Ahmad Musa Jibril, is well known on youtube for preaching sermons that appear to lionize Islamic terrorists fighting in Syria. The friend of the attacker was so concerned by his obsession with the preacher’s sermons, it prompted him to notify the anti-terror police. The attacker and two accomplices killed seven and injured dozens more after plowing a car into a crowd and stabbing passersby before police could gun them down.
“He used to listen to a lot of Musa Jibril. I have heard some of this stuff and its very radical. I am surprised this stuff is still on YouTube and is easily accessible. I phoned the anti-terror hotline. I spoke to the gentleman. I told him about our conversation and why I think he was radicalised,” the friend told BBCNews.
The London attacker’s enamor with Jibril is no surprise. A 2014 Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence study found that Jibril’s facebook page was the most popular among European and North American jihadists fighting for the Islamic State. Peter Neumann of the Center said that Jibril “provides the political and theological justification” and “comfort” to jihadists, the Counter Extremism project noted.
( Telegraph ) Counter-terrorism officers secretly recorded an alleged Isil-inspired terror cell in Barking last month discussing how to use YouTube to plot a van and knife attack in London, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.
The investigators were monitoring the alleged extremist cell in the east London borough weeks before Saturday night’s attack in the capital, which left seven dead and 48 injured. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
On Sunday police arrested 12 people, among them seven women – all of them in Barking and other parts of east London, where at least one of Saturday’s killers was believed to have lived. Those arrested were aged from 19 to 60.
Officers revealed that they fired an “unprecedented” 50 bullets at the attackers, who wore fake suicide belts to maximise panic and fear. Now The Daily Telegraph has learnt that police had been monitoring an extremist cell in that area since March.