a reply to: St0rD
I don't watch those videos. I did years back. Now I read people who at least have some intellect. It is possible to read through the lines then and
get an idea of a person's true agenda. Even blatant lies leave a fingerprint that Sherlock can find useful in discovering the criminals of the written
word, even if they are an arch-criminal.
No doubt that YouTube is poisoning democracy. Media is a funny old game. The MSM are the guiltiest though. Their version is more of an organized
conspiracy than any "youtuber", lol.
The only YouTube videos I watch are instructions for my studio gear when I buy it and demos of it before I buy it. I also like watching some music
videos, though only a few. I nearly always just play the audio file to a track.
Yep, this is the devil calling out the deep blue sea. All those who have been deceptive - well it is your fault. You have ruined it for everybody.
What else could they do though? The kids are being totally mind melted by all this. The earth really will end up a total "Idiocracy" (retrospective
credit to that movie for having a very valid point to make).
Facebook, Google and all the others need to get real to their accountability and responsibility to the democracies who made it possible for them to
make their giant leap for some-kind-of-kind. It is their own faults for not self regulating properly. Kids have been killing themselves and each other
because of all their morality neutral broadcasting.
Yes, lawyers, they are the BROADCASTERS.
A site like ATS is not like that. I have no illusions because ATS describes very well what it is. A lawyer could easily argue that in court and would
have thousands of witnesses - all of us. I would be a witness in court for ATS' defense, wouldn't you?
Our civilization is being attacked from all sides now. Some kind of action needs taking, mainly on Google and Facebook. That is why YouTube are doing
this. The governments have told them they have got to as they will start to hold them criminally responsible.
It's a good time to be a lawyer and advising your clients on the "do's" and the "don'ts" of broadcasting media on the internet. It is that
"broadcasting" potential culpability that is the Achilles' Heel for media in terms of state and law.
edit on 20-2-2019 by Malak777 because: (no reason given)