Hand-Rubbing Intensifies: YouTube Preparing Final Offensive To Destroy Nationalist Video Content

I’m sure most people have gotten used to the regular announcements by social media outlets condemning Nationalists and the content put out by many of us.

It’s always happened, some stuff is Shoahed, but yet we’ve always marched on stronger and smarter than before.

However, I sincerely believe that this gloved approach is coming to an end, as the (((powers that be))) at last realize that they just might lose everything if they hold back and allow us to reach the masses without serious opposition.

Google Blog:

A little over a month ago, we told you about the four new steps we’re taking to combat terrorist content on YouTube: better detection and faster removal driven by machine learning, more experts to alert us to content that needs review, tougher standards for videos that are controversial but do not violate our policies, and more work in the counter-terrorism space.

We wanted to give you an update on these commitments:

Better detection and faster removal driven by machine learning: We’ve always used a mix of technology and human review to address the ever-changing challenges around controversial content on YouTube. We recently began developing and implementing cutting-edge machine learning technology designed to help us identify and remove violent extremism and terrorism-related content in a scalable way. We have started rolling out these tools and we are already seeing some positive progress:

  • Speed and efficiency: Our machine learning systems are faster and more effective than ever before. Over 75 percent of the videos we’ve removed for violent extremism over the past month were taken down before receiving a single human flag.
  • Accuracy: The accuracy of our systems has improved dramatically due to our machine learning technology. While these tools aren’t perfect, and aren’t right for every setting, in many cases our systems have proven more accurate than humans at flagging videos that need to be removed.
  • Scale: With over 400 hours of content uploaded to YouTube every minute, finding and taking action on violent extremist content poses a significant challenge. But over the past month, our initial use of machine learning has more than doubled both the number of videos we’ve removed for violent extremism, as well as the rate at which we’ve taken this kind of content down.

We are encouraged by these improvements, and will continue to develop our technology in order to make even more progress. We are also hiring more people to help review and enforce our policies, and will continue to invest in technical resources to keep pace with these issues and address them responsibly.

More experts: Of course, our systems are only as good as the the data they’re based on. Over the past weeks, we have begun working with more than 15 additional expert NGOs and institutions through our Trusted Flagger program, including the Anti-Defamation League, the No Hate Speech Movement, and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue. These organizations bring expert knowledge of complex issues like hate speech, radicalization, and terrorism that will help us better identify content that is being used to radicalize and recruit extremists. We will also regularly consult these experts as we update our policies to reflect new trends. And we’ll continue to add more organizations to our network of advisors over time.

Tougher standards: We’ll soon be applying tougher treatment to videos that aren’t illegal but have been flagged by users as potential violations of our policies on hate speech and violent extremism. If we find that these videos don’t violate our policies but contain controversial religious or supremacist content, they will be placed in a limited state. The videos will remain on YouTube behind an interstitial, won’t be recommended, won’t be monetized, and won’t have key features including comments, suggested videos, and likes. We’ll begin to roll this new treatment out to videos on desktop versions of YouTube in the coming weeks, and will bring it to mobile experiences soon thereafter. These new approaches entail significant new internal tools and processes, and will take time to fully implement.

Early intervention and expanding counter-extremism work: We’ve started rolling out features from Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to YouTube. When people search for sensitive keywords on YouTube, they will be redirected towards a playlist of curated YouTube videos that directly confront and debunk violent extremist messages. We also continue to amplify YouTube voices speaking out against hate and radicalization through our YouTube Creators for Change program. Just last week, the U.K. chapter of Creators for Change, Internet Citizens, hosted a two-day workshop for 13-18 year-olds to help them find a positive sense of belonging online and learn skills on how to participate safely and responsibly on the internet. We also pledged to expand the program’s reach to 20,000 more teens across the U.K.

And over the weekend, we hosted our latest Creators for Change workshop in Bandung, Indonesia, where creators teamed up with Indonesia’s Maarif Institute to teach young people about the importance of diversity, pluralism, and tolerance.

Altogether, we have taken significant steps over the last month in our fight against online terrorism. But this is not the end. We know there is always more work to be done. With the help of new machine learning technology, deep partnerships, ongoing collaborations with other companies through the Global Internet Forum, and our vigilant community we are confident we can continue to make progress against this ever-changing threat. We look forward to sharing more with you in the months ahead.

The YouTube Team

The (((Establishment))) is rapidly becoming nothing more than a wounded animal thrashing out as it realizes that it’s now suffering from a multitude of mortal wounds.

But here is where our most intelligent and innovative minds need to be put to work – focusing on ways to create systems that can eventually act as battering rams meant to crush and fragment the huge social media networks that dominate internet life.

It’s already happening to sites like PayPal and GoFundMe, and now it’s time to break the likes of Google, Yahoo (already crumbling), Twitter (crashing), Faceberg, and many others.


  1. If censorship didn’t work in the East Bloc, where dissidents used Samizdat texts to covertly spread their messages by secretly copying banned books, then this effort at shutting down “hate speech” certainly will fail in the Wild, Wild, West that is the Internet.

    • But I don’t think a lot of these Kikes (especially the Boomers and those even older) understand this principle.

      They’re still stuck in the old world where if you had an issue with someone or something, you could just have the few television stations blacklist them, and have major publishing firms refuse to do business.

      That’s really why G.L. Rockwell went so over the top with the NS imagery – he knew his message would be shut down by the Jews, but also knew that swastikas and whatnot would be enough to get these same Jews so rabid that they would give him all the publicity he wanted.

      He was also a shitlord well ahead of his time, and just plainly enjoyed trolling…

    • Samizdat succeeded under much worse conditions than we presently face. This gives me hope.

  2. there are plenty of alternatives now: Truetube, + the site Anglin used to raise money to fight the Jews’ lawfare racket, and etc. This is a useful, confessional document that youtube put out though; am saving it for future reference: when certain scores outstanding get settled. The Jews and their hirelings are now figuratively – and eventually literally – digging their own graves.

  3. 1) Surpassing Man (AI, robotics, genetic engineering, machine learning) is a greater long term threat than white genocide, and is pushed by the same people. Fight both for the same reasons.

    2) Pushing fascism makes it difficult to stand up for freedom when the chips are down.

    3) Wikileaks tweeted Seymour Hersch claiming Seth Rich was the source of the leaked DNC/Podesta Emails.

  4. That’s just great. The jew leftist secret police (ADL) get to decide what you can and cannot watch.

  5. Sounds like the acts of a desperate man. Funny, their teaching Indonesians the importance of diversity, pluralism and “tolerance” as their Asian students face none of these genocidal policies.

  6. I believe the more intolerant the reactionary left becomes the faster their stranglehold on the mass-media will loosen. To paraphrase de Toqueville they are really losing their shit over the rise of Trump and the alt-right.

  7. Ultimately we need out own web hosting site-or maybe we already have it with Red Ice Radio- but even that would be suppressed in time. The solution? Isn’t it obvious? This late in the game the Ethno-State resolution is now the only solution’s!

  8. Honestly I’m waiting for the day this goes down so I can start disrupting YouTube. Not sure of how to do it though.

  9. There are several anonymous, distributed internet services coming up and some existent. One is I2P. It has a built in web server where you can build your own web site, for free, and serve it from your own computer anonymously. I2P also has a distributed web where you can make a site and anyone who runs the same software can see it whether you are up or not. Other distributed web systems are coming up also.

    This one is real interesting and is getting support from all the big companies as it can not only be used for distributed internet it can do contracts and computing with online programs.


    It’s confusing to understand these but what they are is a whole network laid on TOP of the internet. This means that there’s NO way to stop forums, videos, blogs, etc. from being public. Some take a video and spread it out to many. many computers so that they download even faster than from a tradition server like Google and no one can block them. These are coming on line fast and WN will need them. What most of these have in common is they use the computers of vast amounts of people in parallel to host content. The amount of power in the individual PC’s on all our desktops is way, way, way bigger than anything Google or any other company can manage or afford and once we put up content it can’t be censored.

    Don’t lose hope. The Jews have been thrown out of every single country they’ve ever been to in large numbers for ALL of history. Every time. This time instead of them moving to the next country to pillage and no one having communications about what happened THE GOYIM WILL KNOW. Everyone will know.

    • There’s two more of these that are coming up that I thought had promise. I found the folder where I stored them.



      Both look real promising. The basic idea is you give up a little of your drive space and use your computer as a community server where you can act as a server for your friends at a small cost to you but the massive numbers means that they “can’t shut you down!”

      I don’t know if any of you have ever used torrents to download files but it can be super fast if you have enough people serving the data. Same with web sites, pod cast, videos, audio commenttary or any other data.

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