Skip to comments.YouTube Bans PA-Watchdog Group, Cites 'Hate Speech'
Posted on 12/19/2010 4:21:02 PM PST by Nachum
Video-sharing website YouTube shut down on Sunday the main account of the Palestinian Media Watch for posting the PAs publicly-broadcast programs to the site, where others can see and become aware of the truth about them. PMW translates the Arabic broadcasts into English so that the truth about PA incitement can be publicized.
YouTube was recently purchased by the giant Google Internet search engine company.
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How hard would it be to start up a website to bypass Youtube?
Yep! America’s enemies certainly stick together...
So Youtube agrees that the statements by the PA were hate speach.
Oh, you can go directly to their website to watch these videos. It is only that Youtube has shut off any more watching on their site.
YouTube is policed by it’s users.
As most people know, there was a YouTube smackdown thread here run by StarCMC for a long time. It was successful for a while but the jihadis outnumbered us.
Drop a note to YouTube and switch to Justintv.
What you have to do to get referenced on Google.com is have a can of peaches out there as a loss leader.
That way when a search is done and you have your terms imbedded, you also have a can of peaches for sale (or just for show), and they'll pick you up.
This is where fascism gets its claws dug in—through “hate speech”. It is a cultural Marxist ploy to destroy the freedom to circulate the Truth. Silence speech is so they can control the information to indoctrinate the masses like they have been doing for the past 80 years.
Video-sharing website YouTube shut down on Sunday the main account of the Palestinian Media Watch for posting the PAâs publicly-broadcast programs to the site, where others can see and become aware of the truth about them. PMW translates the Arabic broadcasts into English so that the truth about PA incitement can be publicized. YouTube was recently purchased by the giant Google Internet search engine company.That purchase was in 2006.
YouTube doesn't hold a patent on posting video to the internet. There are loads of sites that host videos besides them.
Censorship like this will only drive posters and viewers to other sites that observe the 1st Amendment.
Youtube has reversed itself, channel is back.
Very interesting. Very interesting indeed.
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