YouTube Will Stop Recommending Videos Of 9/11 ‘Conspiracy Theories’ To Users
by Richard Enos
Posted March 12, 2019
Heartwarming, isn’t it? Social media giants like YouTube are willing to sacrifice advertising profits in order to ensure that their cherished viewers are deterred from seeing content that YouTube deems dangerous and potentially damaging to their viewers’ mental and emotional health. They’re doing this even though these viewers have demonstrated that they want to see this content. It’s just like having a Big Brother around to help steer us onto the straight and narrow path, isn’t it?
While there is no denying that it was a ‘historic event,’ what is implied by this phrase is that 9/11 has an established, well-proven historical account based on the government’s explanation of what happened and supported by the ‘official’ report cobbled together by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). For YouTube, this report is seen as the authoritative ‘last word’ on what happened in New York City on September 11th, 2001. More…
YouTube has decided to change its algorithm for recommending videos by excluding certain videos such as those they feel ‘make blatantly false claims about historic events like 9/11.’
Can we see through the deception and come to know the truth about mainstream media’s efforts to promote a false narrative and create within us a disempowering perception about our world?