(TeaPary.org) – The might of the internet’s largest video-sharing platform has grown so powerful, they’re even taking on a foreign government. We’ve been worried about the government taking control of private entities and censoring citizens – but now we’re seeing a private entity taking control of governments to censor us.
YouTube has put a massively popular video posted by the Polish government under “quarantine,” which is critical of Europe’s policy of mass immigration, in its next move to combat “hate speech violent extremism” on the internet.
Translated, the video’s title says “Europe opens its eyes and admits us right.” The description reads:
“The PiS government withdrew from the harmful decision of the PO-PSL government to bring immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa to Poland. We were the first to say that not every immigrant is a refugee, and only a few flee from war and terror. Two years after the Polish government’s opposition to the admission of illegal immigrants, EU leaders are beginning to understand the absurd policy of compulsory relocation of refugees.”
Filled with dramatic music and scenes of migrants flooding in, the video calls to attention the massive waves of immigrants entering Europe under the approval of EU governments, which has led to countless terrorist attacks and attempted attacks across the continent – on Tuesday, an Islamist plot to blow up and kill Prime Minister Theresa May in the UK was foiled.
The video also features several interviews with officials and experts revealing the shocking details of Western Europe’s catastrophe.
“This problem is connected with what the west of Europe is struggling with – decades of a policy of multiculturalism and political correctness,” says Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak in the video. “Our government chooses a responsible way to fight the problem of illegal immigration.”
“The European Union is beginning to change its manner in thinking about taking in refugees,” the video states, and shows footage of Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany and head of the European Union, groveling on national television in painful admission.
“We have not managed to do everything in the last year,” she says. “Too much time has passed before we began to deal with the issue of immigrants. If I could go back in time, I would better prepare myself for the crisis.”
“Two years after the Polish government opposed taking in illegal immigrants, Europe has opened its eyes and admitted we were right,” the video’s narrator concludes.
On Tuesday, Google, YouTube’s parent company, announced that it had hired 10,000 staff solely for the job of monitoring the video-sharing website for content that contradicts the radical left-wing narrative – including videos which espouse conservative political opinions, and also videos depicting violence committed by Antifa and other left-wing extremists.
According to the The Polish Ministry of Interior and Administration, the video has been placed in a restricted state designed to limit viewers’ access on the grounds that it contains controversial material, but doesn’t break any of YouTube’s code of conduct.
Our Community Guidelines prohibit hate speech that either promotes violence or has the primary purpose of inciting hatred against individuals or groups based on certain attributes. YouTube also prohibits content intended to recruit for terrorist organizations, incite violence, celebrate terrorist attacks, or otherwise promote acts of terrorism. Some borderline videos, such as those containing inflammatory religious or supremacist content without a direct call to violence or a primary purpose of inciting hatred, may not cross these lines for removal. Following user reports, if our review teams determine that a video is borderline under our policies, it may have some features disabled.
Videos put under YouTube’s prison lock are not taken down from the site, but are put behind a warning message, do not receive ad revenue, and cannot be embedded onto third party sites. A link is available below: