YouTube Terminated Our Unblemished Channel Without Warning

By Activist Post

A couple of weeks ago we were surprised to find our YouTube channel completely deleted with the message “This account has been terminated due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube’s policy against spam, deceptive practices, and misleading content or other Terms of Service violations.”

Prior to having our channel seized, we were in perfect standing with YouTube. We were in the YouTube Partners program and most of our content was ad-friendly. We didn’t have a single complaint or strike against our account. All content was original or posted with permission. There were no personal attacks.  If anyone was offended by our content, they were offended by ideas about peace and individual freedom. It’s becoming a common theme, though, as we’ve also been removed from participating in two major ad networks: Google Ad Exchange and Amazon’s CPM Ads programs. Both of which we had been using for some time without issue. You can read the rest of the story at our Patreon page.

Here’s a good summary of the seizure by Lori Harfenist aka “The Resident” on RT America:

This was a wake-up call! We are living in a time when ideas are so powerful that information gatekeepers (Google and Facebook) must act like tyrants to maintain control. Perhaps they’re a bigger threat to free speech than governments themselves. But working in concert with government makes them even more dangerous.

YouTube denied our appeal to restore the channel.

Instead of begging them to let us use their platform, we’re rebuilding on censorship-proof platforms like BitChute, IPFS and Steemit. Thankfully, BitChute saved back-ups of all our YouTube videos.

Check out Vin Armani’s recent interview with Ray Vahey below. He’s the founder of BitChute,  a peer-to-peer video network competing with YouTube.

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21 Comments on "YouTube Terminated Our Unblemished Channel Without Warning"

  1. This is horribly disappointing but sadly not at all surprising. Disqus will be next, so better locate a better comments management forum while you’re censorship-proofing your site and livelihood. BTW I navigate to your site through, one of Mike Adams’ many helpful news sites.

  2. Same here.

    On 10-19-2017, Corbett revoked my Corbett Report membership just like
    that. No advance warning, just a refund/cancellation of my annual

    (@wingsuitfreak, HRS, yes even PF.. 😉 when you read this, please bear with me and know this:)

    As so many of us, feeling sick & tired and also outraged about the MSM propaganda, I ran into the Corbett Report. Still love James’ “9/11 A Conspiracy Theory” and many other instalments.
    I became a subscribing member and took the opportunity to voice my admiration, but sometimes also bemusement and, when appropriate, some justified criticism as well.

    After some critical remarks by yours truly (presumably about James’ take on the Catalonian question?), this sudden ban is how the Corbett Report preferred to deal with disagreement.

    However, and as a reminder, here’s James in another report with Edward G. Griffin, encouraging and inviting criticism:

    “It’s important to understand and acknowledge that [..] we will all make mistakes and the best we can do is check and recheck our assumptions..”

    Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
    Just make sure not to follow up on this piece of sound advice and (re)check James’ assumptions yourself. Before you know, your subscription and ability to comment on the Corbett Report site could be cancelled.

    Take care,

    • I hate to say but all these enterprises are private technically you have to right to free speech, just like the SCOTUS said you have no right to free speech at work, makes sense the owner pays to provide a service. Not an opinion or a lesson in awakening , God knows tons out there need it, but it’a not your “right”. It’s sad and I don’t agree with Google , Fedbook , Twitter censoring free speech but they own the servers, the service and even pay you to put adds on your stuff but read their terms and can change policy(terms) (algorithms) at anytime to reflect the way they want to steer the sheeple. They own it all once you agree and check that box, your picture your contacts your life data. So if Corbett doesn’t agree with your criticisms or judgements or whatever he does have that right. Look I live in Canada and if I disagree with the Muslim influx of refugees or Somali’s who are not vetted btw could be terrorists or I disagree with the occupation of Palestinian those are considered hate crimes in my land (pfft ) of freedom and democracy. Remember democracy is what 2 wolves and 1 sheep vote on for dinner. Btw you Americans must stop saying you are a democracy you are a Republic waaayyy different but you don’t use that power.

      • Hi Evilbughead,

        You’re right and I couldn’t agree more (even with the point you made about “you Americans” even though I’m Dutch). But let me point out that at least Youtube doesn’t pontificate about free speech, while sites like the CR and Activist Post do. A bit rich, considering their cooperation with Patreon.

        Patreon actively supports leftist political violence via its employees (Mr Aaron Ringgenberg) promoting ANTIFA (a fascist “anti-fascist” NGO, not exactly known for their advocacy of free speech). Patreon also targets sites with politically incorrect views. Both the Corbet Report and Activist Post seem to be cool with an organization that promotes aggressive violence. In my opinion, that just doesn’t sit well with one of the core tenets of voluntarism/libertarianism that’s so brilliantly upheld in theory here and at the Corbett Report, i.e. the Non-Aggression Principle.

        Kind regs from Amsterdam,

      • Tucker Carlson said that internet services should be regulated like a public utility (I agree), because these providers should NOT be allowed to find a way around the First Amendment.

        • Re: regulation.
          Although I do agree, please understand that the agency’s that “regulate” are pretty much now all “captive agency’s”, so “regulating” internet services will not save us from this censorship – it may perhaps make it worse.

          • mangomuffin2 | October 28, 2017 at 1:35 pm |

            Do you have any ideas?

          • It’s tough, but the answer lies in “you get what you pay for”. We need to stop all this “free” stuff, as everyone should realize by now – nothing is “free”. Internet “free” stuff has resulted in loss of privacy through constant tracking as well as this censorship BS.
            We need browsers and video sharing sites that we pay for, that won’t track and retain site visits and won’t censor posts and comments.

            Re: the regulated agency issues – well – we may need a revolution because all levels of govt, local, state and federal, have been utterly corrupted. Both political parties have been taken over and operate as one. We need to start voting for people not associated with these major parties (which may also include the Independent, Conservative, Libertarian, Liberal, etc.)] Maybe we need more write in candidates that never have political experience – regular folk.

            It takes involved people, but my observation tells me it won’t happen. People are more talk than action.

          • mangomuffin2 | October 28, 2017 at 8:59 pm |

            Fine ideas. I do think people are waking up, if that’s of any comfort to you…maybe some positive action is possible.

  3. They may all have the legal right to do this but this is the 21stC equivalent of 1930’s book burning.
    Remember that everything that happened in Germany up to 1945 was LEGAL under German law,
    This is the thin end of the wedge.

  4. Conservatives don’t meet the lower than whale crap standards for what’s acceptable at You…can’t say that..Tube. Marxist, Fascists, Globalists, problem.

  5. BugsBunnyPatriot | October 27, 2017 at 12:00 pm | Reply

    Why does anyone bother with sites like Youtube. Just get out.

    • What other practical platform is there. Vimeo?

      BitChute is cited here but it is premised on the same “energy credit” control grid and social engineering point system we are being led to like cattle to the pens. Two cents for every upvote, or whatever. The more populist the message the more $$.

      Problem, reaction, solution.

      • BugsBunnyPatriot | October 29, 2017 at 2:49 pm | Reply

        Practical Platform …… I lived without it for the first 50 years and I’m fine without it now. To each their own.

        • There’s a reason TPTB use tell-a-vision to program humanity. An estimated 70 to 80 percent of the
          action potential traffic flowing across our axons (neural signaling) is related to vision. Remember the old phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words”? Images are the most powerful and rapid way to convey ideas. It’s a double edged sword, both sides can use it. If TPTB have access and we don’t, then we’re at a disadvantage. Not good in a deliberately dumbed down society .

  6. FYI… is a free speech alternative to twitter.

  7. Youtube is dying. Consider it a compliment to be rejected by an antique surveillance tool of the deep state.

    Bitchute is better.

  8. They will tell you what is right. Fake news or NEWspeak 1984, he we are.

  9. Note that Google chairman Eric Schmidt and Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg are members of the Rockefeller CFR, along with Bill Clinton and George Soros. See lists in the CFR annual report.

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