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The Ghettoization of YouTube

The man responsible for authoring the leaked Google Manifesto, defining its virulent anti-diversity of thought has been fired.

James Damore, whose manifesto criticizing the politically correct corporate culture at Google prompted outrage from left-wing employees and social justice warriors online, revealed that he had been fired in an email to Breitbart Tech on Monday evening.

In his email to Breitbart Tech, Damore claimed, “They just fired me for ‘perpetuating gender stereotypes.’”

There is no quick and dirty explanation of the events, but YouTube’s backlash will be fast and filthy. Please take the 22 minutes to watch this video by Mister Metokur to have the rot explained.

There is an oncoming decay.

This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper.

The most popular websites in the world are:

  1. Google
  2. YouTube
  3. Facebook

In 2007, the top three websites were:

  1. Yahoo
  2. Google
  3. eBay

Around 2010, the internet changed. What was once a superhighway with a cacophony of voices and options turned into a toll road where all information was accessed through those big three: Google for all questions, YouTube for all music and entertainment, and Facebook for all social interaction. We have less choice because we are reliant on these three groups to teach, entertain and connect us. These two groups, as YouTube is owned by Google.

Google and YouTube have been bracing for years to adopt social justice.

They are freezing out wrongthink and right wingers, not by directly banning us but by shoving us into our own ghettos. And worse, it’s normalized. It’s not insane to suggest that conservatives ought to have their own little branch where they won’t get the mainstream traction at which they deserve a fair shot.

A few thoughts that I don’t have room to expand here:

  1. Look into the MacArthur Foundation. Add “Feminist Frequency” to your search terms for added interest.
  2. We can’t decamp from Google, YouTube and Facebook unless we can send a release far and wide that the right wing has found a new home planet. Furthermore, even if we all end up on Roku (which will explode in value, look into their IPO), we will not bring the liberals who might be brought to our side over with us. We will be isolated. Our beliefs will die in isolation, and we’ll happily live in the cages that are provided us.
  3. The Big Three will continue to attack us by hitting the farthest right then working their way back. They will attack people like Ernst Zundel, who recently died. The man loved Hitler but he was a great free speech activist. Nobody wants to be stuck defending the Hitler apologist, myself included, so people like him will be removed first, because people like me do not want to be the guy standing up for the Hitler fan. We suffer a disunified right, and it will kill us all. We need to learn how to defend people whose personal beliefs we find cruel and obscene if they have their freedom of speech taken away.

Final thought: I am turning the comment section back on, after initially choosing to turn it off to encourage more commentary on my Facebook page and on my Twitter. I no longer believe these are worth relying upon.

2 thoughts on “The Ghettoization of YouTube”

  1. Google was one of the few corporations that really earned my respect and trust as regards their liberal policy. But, my respect for the company greatly depreciated when I got the news about the sacking of James Damore. In fact, I was less bothered by what James said in the said Google Manifesto, but I believe that the world has gone beyond the era of forcing everyone to sharing one particular ideology or goal.

    Like I read somewhere; leaders all over the world should learn how to convince people who disagree with them about their ideas rather than trying to force it.

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