Data & Society is a Soros/Globalist think tank that just released a propaganda hit piece on the popular political commentators on YouTube that disagree with their globalist, corporate and anti-democratic goals.
In their hit piece they say there is a network of YouTube creators and that they’re all spreading dangerous extremism by allowing open debate and guesting on each others channels.
They attempt to connect the entire fictional network by saying that if they’ve ever guested on another channel they are automatically connected to every other ideology of anyone that’s every also been on that channel.
So of course they pull out the most radical and extreme media boogeymen, like the so-called neo-Nazi Richard Spencer. They claim that if someone had a debate with Spencer (even if refuting his views) they’re still a part of the extremists network. This also goes for anyone that had guested on the same channel or hosted someone from any channel that Spencer had ever been on. Well, of course the connections are all proven by the intricate diagram they present… but is it really?
The truth is, since deregulation led to media consolidation, alternative voices got relegated to the internet and YouTube. But because of their honesty and transparency YouTubers started getting better ratings than the mainstream media. (Someone like Joe Rogan or Paul Joseph Watson get astronomically higher views than anything on TV.)
Now thanks to things like Brexit and the election of Trump, the controlling establishment understands they has lost control of the narrative and are striking back with censorship and propaganda to try to silence dissenting voices on the last free-speech platforms they don’t entirely control.
Here’s some of the best comebacks about this report from YouTubers….