About 2 weeks ago lawyer, author, and blogger Mike Cernovich created a Kickstarter campaign for a documentary film he is financing entitled “Silenced”. The film will explore the ongoing cultural war against free speech in this country. One of the main concepts expected to be explored in this film is how lateral policing by other citizens has become a more malignant form of silencing unapproved ideas than what we even experience from direct government censorship. As more and more positions of leadership in large companies and influential organizations are taken over by militant SJWs (social justice warriors) the more we see certain kinds of ideas being forcefully excluded from public discourse. Several well-known figures have already claimed to be subjected to “shadow banning” and other ideologically related retaliatory actions by Twitter.
I posted a Youtube video in support of the “Silenced” documentary. Soon after it went live, the video’s monetization status was revoked with no notice or explanation (meaning I would no longer receive a portion of the revenue from ads shown during that video):
I contacted Youtube admin immediately, and was soon told they would look into the issue, but no further details were given.
Mysteriously, the monetized status of the video was returned to normal about a day later – again with no explanation or justification. This has never happened with any of my other videos ( I have posted over 280 on this channel)
What do you think? Strange coincidence / computer glitch? Or evidence that we can add Youtube to the list of organizations with SJW moles hell-bent on “Silencing” dissenting opinions?