Nasim Aghdam: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
1. Aghdam Ranted That YouTube Was Filtering Her Videos to ‘Reduce Views,’ Suppress Her Opinions & Discourage Her From Making Videos, Saying ‘There’s No Free Speech in Real World!’
Aghdam also ranted about YouTube on her website. She believed that the company “filtered her channels” to keep her from getting views.
“This video got age restricted after new close-minded YouTube employees, got control of
my Farsi YouTube channel last year 2016 & began filtering my videos to reduce views & suppress & discaurage (sic) me from making videos!” Aghdam wrote on her website.
“There is no free speech in real world & you will be suppressed for telling the truth that is not supported by the system. Videos of targeted users are filtered & merely relegated, so that people can hardly see their videos! There is no equal growth opportunity on YouTube or any other video sharing site, your channel will grow if they want to!!!!” read another blurb on her website.
She also posted on Instagram about her issues with YouTube on March 18.
“All my youtube channels got filtered by youtube so my videos hardly get views and it is called ‘merely relegation.’ This is also happening to many other channels on youtube. This is the peaceful tactic used on the internet to censor and suppress people who speak the truth and are not good for the financial, political … gains of the system and big businesses,” she wrote. “I recently got filtered on instagram too and maybe its related to youtube and youtube staff asked instagram to filter me here too!!?”
3. She Posted Online in Both English & Farsi, the Official Language of Iran, & She Identified as Baha’i
In an article posted under one of Aghdam’s aliases, she revealed that she identified as Baha’i. Using the name Nasime Sabz, Aghdam mentioned her spiritual beliefs and also mentioned that Baha’i followers are “frequently persecuted in Iran.”
Below is a description of Baha’i, by way of the organization’s website.
“The teachings of the Bahá’í Faith inspire individuals and communities as they work to improve their own lives and contribute to the advancement of civilization. Bahá’í beliefs address such essential themes as the oneness of God and religion, the oneness of humanity and freedom from prejudice, the inherent nobility of the human being, the progressive revelation of religious truth, the development of spiritual qualities, the integration of worship and service, the fundamental equality of the sexes, the harmony between religion and science, the centrality of justice to all human endeavors, the importance of education, and the dynamics of the relationships that are to bind together individuals, communities, and institutions as humanity advances towards its collective maturity.”
On one of her websites, she criticized the Middle Eastern practice of animal sacrifices.
“Backyard slaughters are also common among Middle Easterns (sic) & Muslims even Bahai’s who believe in animal sacrifice & think animal blood will bring joy to their lives,” she wrote. “In western countries they do it in their backyards or even bathtubs.”
Commie-style! YouTube blocks RightSide Broadcasting’s Oscar’s Alternative — says it’s “Not Suitable for Most Advertisers.”
Who wants to watch a boring awards night? I would rather watch any Tom and Jerry and other Looney Tune cartoons.
- “Many of the brands — including Nike, Moen, Expedia, Acer, ClassPass, Honey, Alibaba and OneFamily — have suspended ads on InfoWars’ channels after being contacted by CNN for comment”
Breitbart – March 4, 2018
Right-wing broadcaster Alex Jones announced Saturday evening that YouTube had frozen his video channel and would delete it on Sunday, after CNN pursued the social media giant and its advertisers.
The announcement came just hours after CNN published a story, “Advertisers flee InfoWars founder Alex Jones’ YouTube channel,” in which journalists Paul P. Murphy and Gianluca Mezzofiore approached companies to explain why their ads were showing up on Alex Jones’s channel.
Murphy and Mezzofiore also asked YouTube why it had not filtered out certain advertisers from showing up on the channel due to its “offensive content.”
The CNN article reads less like coverage of news and more like a chronicle of an activist campaign to damage Jones’s channel. “Many of the brands — including Nike, Moen, Expedia, Acer, ClassPass, Honey, Alibaba and OneFamily — have suspended ads on InfoWars’ channels after being contacted by CNN for comment,” the authors noted.
On Saturday evening, Jones tweeted: “The Alex Jones channel with billions of views is frozen. We have been told it will be deleted tomorrow and all 33 thousands videos will be erased.”
YOUTUBE MASS-CENSORS CONSERVATIVES; FACEBOOK KEEPS SECRET FILES ON INTERNET USERS – EVEN THOSE WITHOUT AN ACCOUNT
Independent journalist Mike Cernovich reported earlier today that a video he uploaded of left-wing Antifa activists chanting death threats had been taken down by YouTube. The video shows Antifa shouting violent threats at attendees of Cernovich’s Night for Freedom event in Washington DC, which took place on Saturday. Cernovich commented to Breitbart News on YouTube’s removal, saying, “YouTube is censoring honest, unedited reporting about ANTIFA’s actions. This can mean only one thing — they endorse far left wing violence.”
The Daily Mail reports that Facebook may be tracking your Internet habits even if you’ve never registered an account on the site. Facebook states that this information is used to target specific advertising towards users and for other security reasons —explaining why you may suddenly see ads on Facebook for a new lawnmower right after you searched the internet for “gardening supplies.” Although it is not really possible to stop Facebook tracking your internet habits, Facebook users can download the information that Facebook collects, so at least you have a firm grasp on what the Silicon Valley giant knows about you.
YOUTUBE’S ANTI-THANKSGIVING VIDEO BY NATIVE AMERICAN GIRLS WHO FLIP TABLE SET WITH THANKSGIVING MEAL
YouTube has a perfect white guilt video for Thanksgiving entitled “Native American Girls Describe the REAL History Behind Thanksgiving”.
Youtube’s choice for Thanksgiving video comes from a Teen Vogue 2016 series, Ask a Native American Girl, where a group of native American girls compare Thanksgiving to an Indian village being slaughtered by European settlers and execution of 38 Indians by Abraham Lincoln.
The video ends with the girls saying, “Happy Thanksgiving, America.” Then they all stand in unison and flip over the table set with a bountiful Thanksgiving meal.
The girls forgot the fact that the entire continent of America was a slaughterhouse before the European settlers came, with Indian tribes killing and scalping each other, or the Aztecs and Incas offering human sacrifice to appease their blood thirsty gods.
In our new series, Ask a Native American Girl, Daunnette and her friends tackle the misconceptions that face their culture, and also invite us to take part in what’s going on at Standing Rock.
Here, the girls school us on the REAL history behind Thanksgiving — detailing the genocide of Native American people by the European settlers and American colonists. They also touch on the “Dakota 38” — what’s now known as the largest mass execution in US history, where 38 Dakota men were put to death by Abraham Lincoln.
At the end, the girls all say what they’re thankful for. The resounding theme? That they’re still here — and thriving.
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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.”