Thursday, August 16, 2018

Big Media & Selective Censorship

by Vox Day

What we have to understand is that if Pewdiepie is not important enough to the platform providers,  nobody is. If Alex Jones is not important enough to the platform providers, nobody is, and that means we have to always be ready to build the platform. We have to build our own platforms, and now maybe I made a mistake a couple years ago in focusing first on replacing Wikipedia. You know, I always have a strategic perspective, maybe sometimes it's an excessively strategic perspective, but we chose to do Infogalactic first because it was one of the more challenging ones. Twitter, one of these will pop up left right and center. YouTube is difficult because of the way that it's run at such huge losses. Facebook, you know, we figured it's doable but a lot of people were also attempting to do that

Now if you look at Oneway, you can see how easy it was for them to have a Twitter functionality yeah there was Freez Peach there was all kinds of stuff, so with Infogalactic what was important to us was making sure that people had a non-SJW-controlled information source and now we do. We haven't started really pushing it yet because our functionality is not yet different, but the important thing is you need to always be ready. The Darkstream is already on BitChute; most of the the archived videos are already on BitChute, we only really bothered with the last two months or so, you know, that's kind of when we found our our groove as it were, but we're ready.

 If you're listening to this and you're not subscribed to the BitChute Darkstream channel I would encourage you to do so, because we don't know how long YouTube is going to permit me to stream. They might leave me indefinitely, you know, I have a small audience and it's quite possible that they've decided the press attention that it would give me would actually be worse than just letting me continue with my three, six, ten thousand whatever subscribers. It's very clear that they are primarily concerned about the people with hundreds of thousands of subscribers, for the most part, but this thought policing is not going to stop!

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