Youtube Continues Playing Social Engineer Re: 2nd Amendment

Isn’t it great that we don’t have to think anymore?  We can just trust the luciferian pedophile crime network which quite obviously has control of every single major internet social networking site as well as apple’s itunes store, which recently banned the infowars streaming app.

Which is a more effective glue for high level criminal cohesion, the money or the children?  The syndicate can cater to any taste, all that’s required is psychopathy, but in the event of sporadic outbreaks of empathy and decency, there’s always the blackmail angle.

Repeat after me: corporations are not just people.   Governments are not just people.  Even mass marketed teleprompter-scripted talking heads are not just people.  The latter is a condensate of the interests of the former two embodied in flesh, and so can be assumed to be the epitome of everything that’s wrong with the pathological system.   In other words, when you turn on TV news, you’re looking at the rear end of the goat, the very worst the system has to offer.

Covert networks of psychopathic power-mad pedophilic devil worshipers are not just people either btw.   This is evidenced by their decades long history of genocide around the world, which you won’t see mentioned by the goat’s butt on your TV.


YouTube Bans Cody Wilson Press Conference and Fundraising Videos

‘It’s self-evidently an attempt at controlling our culture and people’s discovery of it’

Cody Wilson said that video-sharing giant YouTube removed video of his recent press conference announcing the sale of gun blueprints and a fundraiser for his ongoing legal fight over the publication of the same blueprints.

“YouTube removed my fundraising video and my press conference,” Wilson told the Washington Free Beacon. “They’re saying it’s ‘promotion of the sale of firearms.’ They removed every video I’ve ever made on ghost gunner and Defcad. Press conference, attended by the NYT and AP is still gone.”

An email from YouTube to Wilson’s company, obtained by the Free Beacon and dated August 31, 2018, tells the company it has violated Community Guidelines.

“As you may know, our Community Guidelines describe which content we allow—and don’t allow—on YouTube,” an email from “The YouTube Team” to Wilson’s company said. “Your video Cody Wilson—Press Conference—Defense Distributed—8-28-2018 was flagged to us for review. Upon review, we’ve determined that it violates our guidelines and we’ve removed it from YouTube.”

The video in question, which has already been reposted by other accounts on YouTube, shows a press conference Wilson gave for a collection of reporters from major media outlets including the Associated Press, New York Times, Houston Chronicle, and others. The 46-minute video features Wilson explaining his reaction to a recent ruling by a federal judge forcing the State Department to abandon its settlement with Wilson, which would have allowed him to publish certain gun files, including his design for a gun made mostly from 3D-printed components, pending further legal action. After explaining that he would begin to sell the files online and sharing them over email or other secured means of transmission in response to the judge’s assertion that doing so would likely be legal, Wilson then took questions from the press for about 40 minutes.

When asked why YouTube considered the press conference video to be a violation of their guidelines, a YouTube spokesperson said the video included a link to where Wilson currently sells the blueprints. The company said it does not allow content that features firearms that intends to facilitate either the sale of firearms or their manufacture or links to sites selling firearms.

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