Google Apologizes After Major Brands Yank YouTube Ads Over Racist Content

CHEERIOS CEREAL FAMILY FROM 2014 AD.

One man’s hate is another man’s truth.

As you will see in this news report, advertisers want nothing to do with “hate.” So why so many mixed race couples in ads? Why so much denigration of the white male, always portraying him as a goofus?

Advertisers feel like they can insult my race and my sex with impunity. Well, we’re awake now and we hate your hypocrisy and the insults you peddle.

Google may kowtow to you, but we’re learning to live without your products. Your boycott of the truth expressed on youtube isn’t going to win you any friends.

NBC News

Google’s EMEA president of business and operations has apologized for the misplacement of advertising next to extremist content on its video site YouTube.

“There have been stories over the past few days about brands appearing against content that they wouldn’t like to appear against and particularly on YouTube, and so for me it is a good opportunity for me to say, first and foremost, to say sorry this should not happen and we need to do better,” Matt Brittin said at a press briefing Monday at the start of industry conference Advertising Week Europe in London.

Brands including HSBC, U.K. retailer Marks and Spencer and L’Oreal have pulled advertising from YouTube over the past few days, while agency group Havas has paused ads from U.K. clients including Domino’s Pizza and Hyundai Kia pending discussions with Google.

Speeding up the Review Process
Brittin said Google, which has the world’s biggest digital advertising platform, has invested “millions” and has thousands of people working to make sure “advertising practices are good.”

“I’ve spoken personally to a number of advertisers. Those that I have spoken to, we have been talking about a handful of impressions, and pennies not pounds of spend, but however small or big the issue, it is an important issue that we address,” he said.

“We’ve got a comprehensive review under way — we have for some time — looking at how can we improve here and we are accelerating that review.”

Unilever Chief Marketing Officer Keith Weed, who was with Brittin at the briefing, declined to comment on whether it had pulled advertising for any of its brands — which range from deodorant Axe (Lynx in the U.K.) to detergent Surf — from YouTube.

“We won’t make any public statement. I’m a great believer in talking about where the industry needs to get to, and what are the things we need to [do] collectively, the first accountability does go to the media companies because at the end of the day we are spending our money on their platform,” he said.

“I think the best way to do negotiations with any supplier is one on one and in private, and so you won’t find us coming out and making big public statements about particular customers. And we are working hand in hand,” Weed added.

How to Monitor Content Without Censoring Content
About 400 hours of content is uploaded to YouTube every minute, Brittin said, claiming that 98 percent of “removals” happen within 24 hours and adding that it will be looking at its policies, controls and how those are enforced. But it has a job to do in making sure it doesn’t remove content that is controversial, but not illegal, for example.

“It is not as simple as it might seem, so you might say: Why don’t you just exclude content that relates to war or that relates to politics? Well actually if you were to do that you would exclude important news content or documentary content.”

“Firstly on policies, this is about what content within YouTube do we deem to be safe for advertisers, and we’re going to raise the bar on that,” Brittin said. “That would include things like looking at our definition of hate speech, or our definition of inflammatory content, so that we raise the bar on what is deemed acceptable for advertising.”

Google expects to make further announcements on how it is tackling the problem of ads appearing next to extreme content “in the coming days,” he added.

Pivotal Research Group on Monday downgraded Alphabet stock from buy to hold after media buying agency Havas pulled spending from YouTube and Google Display Network in the U.K.

Leaked Twitter Shadowban List Shows Bias Against Truth, Conservatives

Richard Spencer, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Brittany Pettibone, Lew Rockwell, and a host of other “racists,” truth tellers, and conservatives are on the list.

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, is destroying his own creation with his insane leftist nonsense. Be aware that this is only a partial list. More shadowbanned users are yet to be revealed by the leak.

Breitbart explains how a Twitter shadowban works.

Just in case Twitter suspends Tennessee GOP, here’s another Tweet that has the list.

Google condemned by British MP after refusing to ban YouTube video about JEWS by David Duke

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT YVETTE COOPER. DOESN’T WANT ANYONE TO HEAR THE TRUTH ABOUT JEWS.

The Independent

Google has been condemned by an MP for refusing to ban a video by a former Ku Klux Klan leader called “Jewish People Admit Organising White Genocide”.

Yvette Cooper, the chairwoman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, expressed disbelief when the internet giant’s vice president said the recording – posted by Holocaust denier David Duke – did not “breach our guidelines”.

The 15-minute YouTube clip accuses “Zionists” of having “ethnically cleansed the Palestinians” and planning to do “the same thing to Europeans and Americans”.

Ms Cooper told Google’s Peter Barron: “You allow David Duke to upload an entire video which is all about malicious and hateful comments about Jewish people.

“How on earth is that not a breach of your own guidelines? I think most people would be appalled by that video and think it goes against all standards of public decency in this country.”

Watch the 15 minute video which features Jewish leaders themselves speaking about ethnic cleansing of white countries.

Opening the parliamentary inquiry into hate crime on social media, Ms Cooper revealed that two other videos had been taken down by Google – but only after her committee protested.

One had been posted by National Action, a neo-Nazi group that celebrated the murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox, which was banned as a terrorist organisation in December.

“This is an organisation proscribed for terrorist links by the Government,” Ms Cooper pointed out.

“There aren’t that many proscribed organisations. Don’t you feel any responsibility, as multi-billion pound organisation, to check you are not distributing material from a proscribed organisation?”

But Mr Barron, Google’s vice-president for communications, said it relied on “notification and self-policing” to detect and investigate offensive content.

He defended Google’s record, which saw 200,000 videos flagged by viewers everyday of which 98 per cent were reviewed within 24 hours.

“We arrive on our community of more than one billion people around the world to flag videos,” Mr Barron said.

He admitted the Duke video was “anti-Semitic, deeply offensive and shocking”, but insisted: “It doesn’t meet the test for removing under our guidelines. We are in favour of free speech and access to information.”

The Home Affairs Committee also grilled Facebook and Twitter, as part of its inquiry into “hate crime and its consequences”.

Facebook came under fire after the BBC said it used the site’s ‘report button’ to flag up 100 photos on the website, but 82 were not removed – with an automated response saying they did not breach “community standards”.

The images included under-16s in sexualised poses, pages aimed at paedophiles and an image apparently taken from a child abuse video.

And Ms Cooper demanded to know why Twitter had not suspended an account which wanted to “deport all Muslims” – and displayed a “very disturbing graphic cartoon”.

But Nick Pickles, Twitter’s senior public policy manager, said the “context” of tweets was crucial – whether an image had been “targeted” at a particular person, or simply posted

“In this context, we reviewed that particular tweet and that particular image and we found it wasn’t in breach of our hateful content policy,” he said.

And he added: “We will never get to the point where there is nothing on the internet that offends anyone – and nor would we seek to get to that point.”

But Ms Cooper said her committee found it “baffling” that, in most circumstances, social media sites waited for people to complain before acting.

The internet giants were called in after Labour MP Diane Abbott revealed she had been been advised not to go out alone after suffering a torrent of racist abuse – and rape threats – online.

Setting aside everything except the specifics of the David Duke video, it’s almost unbelievable that anyone could find the facts presented by Dr. Duke as offensive and worthy of censorship. Facts are facts. Western civilization was built on the idea that man has certain inalienable natural rights. There is no freedom without freedom to access information. Except when Jews and their stooges like Cooper say no.

Shame on Yvette Cooper. Shame on Britain for electing a Jew stooge to Parliament.

Outrageous! California Teacher Fired for Using Confederate Flag in History Lesson

Technically, Woody Hart retired, but for all practical purposes he was fired.

Because he “retired,” he has no legitimate grounds for a lawsuit. Always make them fire you.

After you read this story, contrast the outcome to the story of the nonwhite Texas teacher who shot a picture of Donald Trump with a squirt gun, while saying something really bad.

FOLSOM, Calif. (KCRA) —
A Folsom teacher accused of “racially insensitive behavior” has retired, the Folsom Cordova Unified School District said at a board meeting Thursday night.

“(Thursday) in closed session, the Board of Education accepted this Sutter Middle School teacher’s retirement … and he will not be returning to school this year,” Superintendent Deborah Bettencourt said in a statement Thursday.

Sutter Middle School teacher Woody Hart, who has been with the district since 1999, has come under fire twice since November.

After a Confederate flag was found hanging in his classroom Tuesday night, Hart was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday.

“We recognize that regardless of context, to many of our students, families, and staff, the Confederate flag is a racist symbol of hate,” the school district said in a statement Wednesday.

The flag was hanging in a classroom across from a Civil War Union flag, “potentially in preparation of a history activity,” the district said. It was taken down before class began Wednesday.

“We just came in and we saw the Union flag on one side of the room and the Confederate flag on the other side of the room,” Hart’s student Ana Kneisley said.

Kneisley pointed out the Confederate flag is in her text book and said the hanging flags were part of a lesson, where students were members of the two armies.

“I actually very much appreciated the way he taught history,” Kneisley said. “I felt that we were getting more involved than what our other classes did.”

In November, a family filed a complaint against the same teacher for “making an inappropriate lynching analogy” during a lesson, the school district said.

According to the family, when the teacher was asked to give an example of equality, he said, “When you hang one black person, you’d have to hang them all. That is equality.”

During the investigation, the teacher told administrators that statement was made in the context of how Southerners would respond to people who went to the South to promote equal rights for African-Americans. He said the Southerners would respond, “We treat them all equally. We hang them.”

Bettencourt said in her statement that anytime a teacher or staff member is accused of racially insensitive conduct, the school has to investigate the claims.

“We do not want to limit the free speech of our teachers,” she said.

“Our expectations, however, are that teachers and staff will do this work using culturally appropriate strategies,” she added.

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Yes, it is pathetic and deplorable that an elderly white male teacher has been sacrificed to the altar of political correctness. You really have to stretch to placate the Negro gods in this case.

A true ethnic cleansing of whites has been underway in this country for decades, but really ramped up with the election of Barack Insane Obama. It’s unclear whether Donald Trump can change the culture enough to stop this madness.

Roles have been reversed from history. Today, every white person is a slave to the Negro-worshiping enemy occupational government in Washington. As slaves, we pay tribute to our black slave masters in many ways, including by paying about half our incomes in taxes to various governments.

It won’t be long before we’ll be forced to address the sacred Nagger as “Massa.” “Yes, massa, what ever youz sayz.”

14 Year Old Sexually Assaults 80 Year Old Woman Out Hiking in Canada

Guess the race. You’ll have to because the press isn’t reporting it.

Global News Canada

The case of a 14-year-old boy charged with sexually assaulting an 80-year-old woman on a public walking trail in Nova Scotia is due in court Thursday.

Police say the woman was hiking alone in East Kingston at about 2 p.m. on Dec. 29th when she was approached by a youth who was masturbating.

Police say the boy pushed her down and sexually assaulted her, but she struggled and was able to get away.

They say the attacker tried to force her to perform oral sex on him, and attempted to remove her pants.

Officers say a search with a police dog service led them to a home, where the teenager was arrested a short time later.

Police say the teen from Kingston is also facing an assault charge.

It’s odd how in a multicultural society the police and the media conspire to conceal crimes by nonwhites, but not by whites.

You’d think there’s an agenda there somewhere, but hey, if you thought something like that, you’d be a conspiracy theorist or a racist or something.

YouTube removes influential conservative website’s channel

Youtube Censored

IThere’s good news following the story in which Legal Insurrection’s founder accuses youtube of censorship.

Excerpt from Fox News

The YouTube channel of influential conservative politics and law website Legal Insurrection has been removed by the video sharing service, citing copyright infringement claims.

“This account has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted,” explains YouTube, in a notice posted to channel’s page.

Legal Insurrection founder and publisher and Cornell University Law Professor William Jacobson voiced his anger and astonishment at the channel’s removal. “It’s very frustrating, it’s very scary, to have 8 years of content removed without a chance to defend yourself,” he told FoxNews.com.

In an email, Jacobson said that he never received notice of the claims prior to the channel’s removal on Thursday. On Friday the publisher received notification from YouTube that the copyright claims were filed by the Modern Languages Association (MLA) based on audio posted of a recent MLA vote on a resolution to boycott Israeli universities. The boycott resolution at the MLA Delegate Assembly failed.

“Clearly this was a politically motivated move,” he told FoxNews.com. “I never received any request or complaint from MLA. These were perfectly legitimate fair use excerpts with great news value.”

“This is an attempt to silence our reporting on a matter of great public importance,” added Jacobson, whose website reported on the vote. “We intend to pursue all available remedies, and call on YouTube to restore our account.”

The Legal Insurrection website, which is widely cited in the conservative media, receives hundreds of thousands of visitors a month. Its YouTube channel contained a wealth of content, including original reporting, according to Jacobson.

“We take copyright issues very seriously both on YouTube and our website,” he said.” We have a large readership, and the videos that disappeared included substantial original content that has been shared widely at other websites.”

Owners of copyright-protected work that was posted on YouTube without their authorization can submit a copyright infringement notification to the video sharing site, according to YouTube’s website. YouTube also has a counter-notification process in place if a user believes a content owner has misidentified their video, and will reinstate videos if a user succeeds in that process or if it receives a retraction from the content owner that submitted the original notification.

Since Fox News posted this story, Legal Insurrection announced the good news through it’s Twitter account.

Facebook Hate A Problem for (((Mark Zuckerberg)))

I’m lost.

Other than Walmart, the list of the 12 most hated companies in America is comprised of companies I don’t do business with.

People with no common sense may think that Facebook is great because it’s free, as if Jews like Zuck are philanthropists. The bigger fools they.

New York Post

Mark Zuckerberg will be grappling with a growing problem in 2017: Facebook hate.

The social-networking giant has landed on a list of “America’s Most Hated Companies,” with users hacked off over its handling of everything from fake news to privacy concerns.

“Facebook has been a boon for shareholders, financial news blog 24/7 Wall St. noted as it published its ignominious list. “However, not everyone is pleased with the social media platform.”

Facebook’s name ended up in sixth place behind Comcast, Bank of America, Mylan, McDonald’s and Wells Fargo.

Trailing Facebook on the miserable list of 12 were the slightly less-hated Spirit Airlines, Dish Network, Sears, Sprint, Walmart and Charter Communications.

“In recent years, [Facebook] has drawn significant criticism over its privacy policies and the mass data collection of its users,” 24/7 Wall St. said.

“According the company’s statements, Facebook collects data on nearly anything it can, including who its users communicate with, users’ financial transactions, and the types of devices users are connecting with.”

More recently, Facebook has faced “sharp criticism for not doing enough to curb the spread of fake news leading up to the US presidential election,” the blog said.

Zuckerberg — who, according to recent disclosures has harbored aspirations for public service — was forced to react to complaints over fake news after initially dismissing them as “crazy.”

His decision to hire left-leaning sites to do the job, however, has drawn the ire of conservatives.

It always seemed to me that if the Deep State tried as hard as possible it could not come up with a much better spying tool than Facebook.

This site doesn’t get many visitors directly from Facebook. But if it did, the “fake news” tag might get put on the site. For one thing, I’m going to tag this story with the words “kike” and “yid” to increase it’s visibility on search engines. That would probably get the site flagged by Facebooks’ censors.

Just as Gab offers an alternative to the PC Twitter, so Russia’s VK offers an alternative to Fakebook. According to Wikipedia, V K is the fourth most popular website in the world. Sounds good.