Watch Before YouTube Deletes This On Vegas Shooting
Watch Before YouTube Deletes This On Vegas Shooting by Susan Duclos – All News Pipeline
YouTube is completely out of control and if a videographer has any opinion that does not match the mainstream media’s “official” narrative on the Vegas shooting, then they had better stick to titling their video “Watch Before YouTube Deletes’ and leave it at that because in the 4 days since we showed how vidoes were actually being removed from Google’s YouTube platform for simply offering opinions that do match the official story, YouTube has gone completely Orwellian.
YouTube is not just tweaking their algorithms so that only those they consider “authorative sources” could be found easily, but they have been removing video after video, while placing strikes on creators that temporarily (3 months) prevents them from using certain features.
THE GOOGLE-LIKE ‘GOD COMPLEX’
In what Media Research Center (MRC) is calling the “Google-Like God Complex,” we are being contacted with examples of Google’s video platform YouTube actively removing Independent Media content from their platform, and we are not talking about older videos that are being re-uploaded in order to scam someone into thinking they are referencing a new event, we are talking about individuals who have used YouTube to provide their own personal analysis on a wide variety of issues, which is exactly what the platform was created for.
For example, I was tagged in a post this morning by Bobby Powell from The Truth is Viral, in reference to a video he created titled” Video Proves Official Bump Fire Narrative False, So Why Is The Government Lying?, which he shared on Facebook on October 8, 2017. In his Oct. 8 post he explained what his video showed, stating “Bump fire stocks and bi-pods could not have been used in concert to kill 58 and wound 487 in Las Vegas as the FBI and ATF are claiming. As this video proves, bi-pods are designed to stabilize a rifle and reduce recoil; a bump-rife stock depends on recoil to operate properly. The two accessories could not possibly have been used at the same time because they cancel each other out. So, why is the government lying?”
(Image above – Screen shot from YouTube of removed video)
The message I found in my inbox this morning saying Bobby tagged me on Facebook, included a brief message along with visual evidence, via screen shots, showing that YouTube removed his video, claiming he had violated the their guidelines on “harassment and bullying,” as shown in the screen shot above of what we see when we try to click his video he shared on Oct. 8. Bobby’s message on the removal of his video states “What a bunch of crap. I must have struck a nerve and revealed an, “Inconvenient Truth,” by pointing out how the government is lying about the Las Vegas shooting. The video was trending too, receiving about 20K views in the last 24 hours before YouTube pulled it.”
Below is the message YouTube sent him after removing his video, screen shot compliments of his FB page:
MRC highlights another user that had content removed and strikes added to his account, who felt forced to delete all his own videos regarding the Las Vegas shooting because if a creator recieves three strikes, their whole account gets deleted.
Jake Morphonios, who runs the End Times News Report, championed the theory of a second shooter on the fourth floor of the Mandalay Bay casino. He says he presented a “fact-based analysis of the evidence” and insists “there is nothing offensive in my videos.” But Morphonios says he received a strike from YouTube for violating its community standards. YouTube takes down accounts that get three strikes in three months.
As a result, Morphonios told YouTube viewers he deleted all of the Las Vegas videos.
“I hated to do it, but if I get any more strikes, my entire channel is going to be deleted,” he said in a video explaining the decision.
YouTube is also removing videos showing how to use “bump stocks” which makes gun fire at a faster rater, despite the fact that in 2010 the Obama administration approved the sale of bump stocks, making them legal, calling them nothing more than “goofy doodads.”
On October 7, 2017, Paul Craig Roberts linked to a video in which appeared to be a video of the wounded brought to a Vegas hospital on October 1, after the mass shooting at the country and western concert. Roberts highlights a number of inconsistencies he believes are shown in the video. By the next day, Roberts addresses how “Hard Censorship Hits the Internet,” in an article where he points out the initial video he linked to, was removed by YouTube, stating “However, it has been brought to my attention that the video made from inside the hospital, which I provided in a link in my article http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/10/07/las-vegas-final-comment/ , of what appears to be crisis actors carrying pretend wounded into the hospital has been taken down by YouTube.”
Note the absence of medics and medical personnel. Note the incorrect ways that the alleged injured are being carried by people in street clothes who clearly are not professionals. Note the absence of blood. None on the stretchers, none on the victims, none on the people carrying the victims, none on the hospital floor. No signs of trauma.
When the original YouTube link from Robert’s first article is clicked, it was indeed gone, stating the “account associated with the videohas been terminated.
(Image above – Screen shot from YouTube of missing video)
Roberts followed up on last time in a short post stating someone re-uploaded the video again and offering an active link, to the following video where we will say, just in case…. WATCH BEFORE YOUTUBE DELETES!
In another case, YouTube creator TruthUnveiled777 had a video removed, citing “violating misleading tags policy,” as they were notified by YouTube they had recieved a “strike,” then 9 hours after appealing said removal and strike, the video was restored.
These are just a few examples out of many I have found with a simple search, but as we explained in our Oct. 6, 2017 article about big tech censoring Vegas shooting news that doesn’t match the official mainstream media stories, which keep changing, there is a huge difference between a hoax, actual fake news, and differing opinions and for Google’s YouTube to not only be hiding and demonetizing opinions other than the MSM’s official narrative, but actively deleting the content claiming someones “opinion” is “harassment or bullying” when absolutely no threats are made, no person or groups are targeted in any way, as well as placing strikes against those creators as a way to intimidate them into deleting their own videos for fear of having their whole account deleted, is as dishonest and Orwellian as it gets.