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Uploaded on Oct 29, 2011

Kurt Nimmo
October 29, 2011

In the clip below taken from Infowars Nightly News, Alex Jones reveals the hypocrisy of the transnational corporation Google and its popular video asset YouTube.

YouTube has not only blocked the ability to embed the video from the Alex Jones channel, but has used a host of tricks to prevent it from being viewed, including forcing users to register with YouTube to view adult content and include an email address. This works as a delisting to block views and in essence cosigns the video to the dead zone of porn and other questionable content.

The following is a temporary fix to YouTube's undermining. We are working on hosting a version on our servers and it will be included here soon.

The second half of the Friday night Infowars Nightly News broadcast, however, was not locked down by YouTube because it does not include video footage of a Libyan child with the lower half of his face blown away, a powerful yet disgusting piece of truth information that will further turn the tide of popular opinion against the global elite's endless wars and slaughter of innocents in much the same way the media in the late 1960s and early 1970s diminished public support for the Vietnam War.

In 2008, YouTube made national headlines when it responded to calls by the government to pull videos that involved "inciting others to violence." The demand was spearheaded by a notorious warmonger, Sen. Joseph Liberman, who said YouTube was being used by al-Qaeda and affiliated groups as a platform to disseminate propaganda.

In 2010, the site announced it had removed hundreds of videos of American cleric and Pentagon dinner guest Anwar al-Awlaki (who was later allegedly killed in a Predator drone strike in Yemen).

YouTube, however, does not publicize its ongoing and systematic effort to censor political videos and videos that portray war crimes committed by the U.S. in Iraq, Afghanistan, and most recently Libya on the facetious claim that they violate YouTube's terms of service agreement.

Violence that serves the political objectives of the globalists -- for instance, the CIA's "Arab Spring" color revolution currently underway in the Middle East -- will be reviewed by a "community" group organized by the corporate media spin-off Beet TV.

Media not fronted by transnational corporations and deemed politically unacceptable by the government will continue to be pulled off the popular website. Alex Jones has experienced this on several occasions, most notably after a video of the sadistic murder of a puppy by U.S. soldiers in Iraq was pulled from the site.

YouTube also removed a helicopter gunship video posted on Alex Jones' channel showing the murder of journalists and civilians by the U.S. military in Iraq. The video was released by Wikileaks. YouTube later restored the video after it was roundly criticized and accused of censorship.

[[Selective Enforcement: Collateral Murder - Wikileaks - Iraq
with no age verification label, but Alex's Videos have them!]]

YouTube's censorship campaign in collaboration with the government is an extension of a Pentagon propaganda effort instituted when Bush Senior invaded Iraq in 1991. As Alex notes in the above video, prior to 1991 the media routinely aired footage of atrocities and war crimes committed in Vietnam, most prominently the napalming of a Vietnamese girl, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, in 1972. The footage was shown on national television along with images of wounded and dead U.S. soldiers and the self-immolation of Buddhist monks.

In order to reduce the negative impact of the "Vietnam Syndrome" -- the anti-war sentiment of the public and its impact on foreign policy directives issued by the globalists -- the Pentagon instituted not only outright censorship and the "embedding" of handpicked journalists, but also directly targeted independent journalists, a practice that became pronounced during the second invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Please spread to the four winds!


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