Crowder vs Vox

  • Banned

    Vox doubling down. And why not. Stamping their feet and crying like babies has been successful for them this far.

    The absurd thing is that the ridiculous lizard creature Maza labels Tucker Carlson a white supremicist in his bio and advocates milkshaking. That's a label far worse than anything Crowder called him and he's literally advocating violence. If YouTube actually gave a shit about enforcing their own guidelines then this horrific excuse for a human being would be getting sanctioned, not Crowder.

  • Banned

  • There is a hell of a lot of insanity going down at the moment. History channels, atmospheric music, independent journalist's all banned for hate speech. Crowders subs going up and mugclub subscriptions gone through the roof. Maza has removed a lot of people's livelihoods and at this point it does appear to be part of a coordinated campaign to remove dissenting voices from YouTube, in part due to media organisations not being able to compete with independent creators.

    It wasn't that long ago that crazy vegan who had her channel demonetised went to shoot up YouTube offices.

    A lot of people are very angry.

  • Thank Christ the big guy has his eye on this. I shudder to think where we would be if he wasn't president.


  • Change-My-Mind goes direct to Google HQ along with half Asian lawyer Bill Richmond

    Even if you don't like Crowder's comedy he's working very hard to make a positive difference in the world, money well spend on mug club I reckon.

  • @Rembrandt the change my mind things he does are good. I felt initially he was too harsh on students given he's had plenty of real-world experience now, but the last one I saw he'd toned it down a bit and was having some good dialogue.

  • He makes some good points in that, the lawyer was particularly good.

  • @No-Quarter Yeah I think its the best thing he's done. His little skit vids can be pretty funny and his point by point with sources debunking of vox & other organisation propaganda videos are very good (clearly a little too good considering recent events).

  • Youtube ratcheting their censorship up a notch. Just banned a popular channel (500,000 subs) for doing a pro-free speech video critical of vox and other media outlets championing censorship.

    It appears that even criticising Carlos Maza's actions will now remove one's livelihood. The video itself is extremely tame. Will be many more to come now if this is the new standard.

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