For the Censors at You Tube,
Questioning the Hollywood Versions of WW II is ‘Hate Speech’
Prolific Vancouver videographer Brian Ruhe who has done dozens of commentaries questioning the Hollywood version of World War II has lost a number of teaching positions because of organized Zionist pressure. Now his most recent offering has been scrubbed from You Tube and he’s received a preachy scolding.
His video is ‘inappropriate’ — that vacuous, politically correct term meaning ‘we don’t like it.’
Apparently, his latest video violates ‘community guidelines.” Whose community, one might ask?
“We encourage free speech and defend everyone’s right to express their points of view, even if unpopular. However, YouTube doesn’t allow hate speech.’
Of course, You Tube supports free speech, just not for revisionists. It’s for free speech but not ‘hate speech” and, of course, they’ll decide. Free speech supporters know that ‘hate speech’ is not speech that preaches hate and destruction but speech that some powerful group HATES!
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION
The YouTube community flagged one or more of your videos as inappropriate. After reviewing the content, we’ve determined that the videos violate our Community Guidelines. As a result, we've removed the following videos from YouTube:
- "The Nazis Gassed Six Million Lice to Death" (https://youtu.be/qrOZ4e-qoOE)
We encourage free speech and defend everyone's right to express their points of view, even if unpopular. However, YouTube doesn't allow hate speech. Sometimes there's a fine line between what is and isn't considered hate speech. If you're not sure whether or not your content crosses the line, we ask that you don't post it. Learn more here.
Your account has received one Community Guidelines strike, which will expire in six months. Additional violations could prevent you from posting content to YouTube or even lead to your account getting terminated.