A brief note to subscribers about YouTube's decision to demonetize TK material, saying Matt Orfalea's factual video "isn't suitable for all advertisers"
If everyone goes on Rumble, then YouTube will finally get the hint.
Nothing wakes you up more than loss of revenue
Sorry, the real lesson is reminding people of history, in this case that the Democrats also were a "semi-fascist threat to 'our' democracy."
I would write a long rant about how the 'leaders' continue to demonetize anything that goes against the narrative, but I'm pretty sure that I originally got onto that story because of you!
We all knew it was coming, and this most recent video is just an excuse to swat you away.
Edit: Here's the video I've posted a couple times -- 10 minutes of Democrats denying elections.
This is very distressing. And why I want the GOP to take Congress. Democrats are strong-arming Big Tech and the end result is fascism. They don't see it that way because they don't understand what fascism means. But by subverting the Constitution using Big Tech that is what this is. Time to smack them down in a big way.
So where can we find the video?
Matt, my subscription was on pause for personal financial reasons. I just unpaused it to support your efforts to expose the game here.
Rumble is probably alternating between licking its chops and watching its back.
Cmon we all know the equation by now:
Everything (and I mean Everything) done by Team Global Corporate Social Justice is done to "protect Democracy". (And yes this includes telling you what you're allowed to say and who you're allowed to vote for.)
And everything done by any of their opponents is either "Fascism" or "dangerous disinformation". (And this includes Matt and Glenn and Substack and all of us here.)
Our elite overlords are going to install their totalitarian global surveillance state or die tryin...
Wow. Unbelievable. We've stumbled into USSR-like doublespeak and censorship. YouTube is not accountable to its users. Their only recourse is to stop using it.
Well, let’s be honest here. The government cannot keep pissing on civil rights to use swat teams to arrest people charged with misdemeanors for being in the vicinity of the Capitol during the hillbilly riot if you can prove this is common rhetoric used by both sides. The 1/6 committee cannot subpoena your whole life if they can’t claim it’s an attack on democracy to question elections. Can’t make that claim if the people on the committee can be seen doing the very thing they want to tear peoples lives apart for.
No worries. It’s just coordination between the media, big tech and one political party to suppress the other political party.
Thanks for bringing this to light. The blatant double standard makes it impossible to trust anything the democratic regime is saying or doing right now.
More and more it's transparently not about public health, it's not about "misinformation," it's not about science; it's simply down to political ideas they disagree with.
By the way, I watch several channels on YouTube that have been demonetized (like Brett Wienstein's) and guess what? I still see ads. So YouTube is openly lying about the reasons for demonetization.
I don't understand why so-called social media companies want to restrict speech on their platforms; each user they kick off means fewer people on their network. The strength of networks is the total number of users, not the viewpoints the users espouse.
Frankly, I wonder why no one has sued YouTube for stealing profits from content that YouTube didn't create–that's got to be fraud or theft.
I hear that Rumble is picking up steam. Both VivaFrei and Russel Brand have went Rumble exclusive. Perhaps you'll be next?
Perhaps Substack could start a Twitter Facebook social medium that does not suck or demonetize users.
Acutally, they'll still run your material and run ads on it. But instead of sharing the revenue with you, they'll keep all the revenue to themselves. Because it's so "unsuitable."
if Republicans once in power do not severely punish big tech where it hurts ( pocketbook) by removing liability protections and severely restricting their users personal data connections and by breaking them up I am done with Republicans. I suspect that is fine with the Republican Party as long as they get some crumbs from Big Tech themselves in donations and lobbying gigs.
The bottom line is Big Tech completely controls the main channels of communications the way Railroad Trusts and JD Rockefeller once controlled transportation and oil and we are powerless over it.