Youtube Undertaking New Censorship Program in Cooperation with ADL

Even if Google and Youtube are private companies, there’s a free speech issue in play with today’s announcement because they are unregulated public utilities, according to Trump policy adviser Steve Bannon.

Mike Cernovich, Mark Dice, and Paul Joseph Watson may be affected by this new policy. More hard core thinkers on the right, such as Jared Taylor, Richard Spencer, Tara McCarthy, and Varge Vikernes, are really likely to see damage done to their effort to communicate.

Since the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) considers realistic assessments of race and religion to be hate, the involvement of the ADL in this program bodes ill for our ability to find the information we need.

Breitbart

Content creators on YouTube who follow all of the site’s rules may still face censorship by the platform, under new plans announced by Google.

According to a post on YouTube’s official blog, videos will now be subject to the rule of the mob. If enough users flag a video as “hate speech” or “violent extremism,” YouTube may impose restrictions on the content even if it breaks none of the platform’s rules.

We’ll soon be applying tougher treatment to videos that aren’t illegal but have been flagged by users as potential violations of our policies on hate speech and violent extremism. If we find that these videos don’t violate our policies but contain controversial religious or supremacist content, they will be placed in a limited state. The videos will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes.

YouTube has also rolled out a “trusted flagger” program, in which 15 “expert NGOs and institutions” to help them identify hate speech and extremism on their platform.

Among these organizations are the No Hate Speech Movement, a left-wing project pushed by the Council of Europe, as well as the Anti-Defamation League, an organization whose president has been accused of “manufacturing outrage” by the World Jewish Congress.

YouTube is also planning to artificially alter its search results so that searches for “sensitive” topics on YouTube no longer return the most popular videos, but a “playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages.”

The platform also plans to artificially promote videos created via its “Creators for Change” program, which, in YouTube’s words, features creators who are “using their voices and creativity to speak out against hate speech, xenophobia and extremism.”

We’ve started rolling out features from Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to YouTube. When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages. We also continue to amplify YouTube voices speaking out against hate and radicalization through our YouTube Creators for Change program. Just last week, the U.K. chapter of Creators for Change, Internet Citizens, hosted a two-day workshop for 13-18 year-olds to help them find a positive sense of belonging online and learn skills on how to participate safely and responsibly on the internet.

YouTube framed its blog post around fighting “terror content,” yet their announcement also strays into areas that have nothing to do with fighting terrorism, like the company’s diversity efforts. The blog post boasts about YouTube’s involvement with the “Creators for Change workshop” in which “creators teamed up with Indonesia’s Maarif Institute to teach young people about the importance of diversity, pluralism, and tolerance.”

Easy Shock Collar Wife Training Video Angers Feminists (Farm Girl Jen)

That’s Jennifer King (aka Farm Girl Jen) in the photo above. Like all farm girls she goes fishing in a skimpy bikini, while showing off her enhancements.

Our farm girl is a popular youtube fixture. I’ve featured her on this site before. Check out this October 2015 post by clicking here.

She was 49 at the time, so I guess that she’s 50 or 51 now. The video she made with her husband, embedded below, has garnered more than the usual attention from feminists and social justice warriors who claim that it promotes domestic violence against women.

Watch and see what you think.

Published on Apr 5, 2017

How to train your wife with a the latest in spousal correction shock collar technology from Man’s World Incorporated!

The new T-1000 offers 10 correction level settings to find the exact correction level for your spouse. Troublesome spouses are really responding to static correction, says Exoman!

Creator’s (Exoman’s) notes:
When we first started writing it, we were going to have me wear the collar but then we thought about it. We talked about how people are so careful and politically correct now that they feel censored and fearful of offending people. We feel that this PC atmosphere has become too pervasive and has a stranglehold on creativity. We knew if I wore the collar that no one would be offended because it’s obviously a joke. We decided that was too safe so we flipped the script and “Man’s World Incorporated” it was! Comedy is more meaningful and just plays better when it goes against the grain a bit and challenges people. The PC movement has essentially caused creators to abandon a large swath of comedic landscape and over time this area has naturally become fertile again and is just waiting for fearless imaginations to stake their claims. The video harkens back to “Married With Children”, the Lucille Ball Show, The Honeymooners and other shows where writers had free rein to have couples having fun and making fun of each other without fear.

Excerpt from metro.co.uk

A couple have refused to apologise for a video which critics say glorifies domestic abuse.

In the video Jennifer King, also known as Farm Girl Jen, wore a shock collar intended for dogs as part of her ‘training’ to be a better wife.

The collar was controlled by her husband Jason, who also goes by the name Exoman, and posted on their YouTube channel Banshee Moon.