Recently I created a DIY LED torch on a stick.
A few days later, a YouTuber (whose channel I subscribe anonymously using RSS) also created a similar torch but she put it inside a DIY lantern. The PCB and the LED placement was the same. Something similar happened with another channel that I subscribe via RSS. One day, I created a rectangular cloth bag for my electronic piano. That day I also bought two orange-colored button-cell torches for DIY joule theif projects. The next day, this guy brings out a new video demonstrating an orange-colored rectangular bag! Are the reptilians going to ridiculous lengths and paying these people to mess with me?
Wondering if I was going crazy, I went back to this channel’s videos page and noticed that I had bought a t-shirt a few days back without realising that this guy has been wearing something similar for months. Both t-shirts had the same color and design except that mine has full sleeves. The reptilians hypnotized me into buying this!
From then onwards, I stopped watching new YouTube videos fetched by RSS. Interestingly, despite claims of Google’s technical prowess, YouTube’s RSS feed doesn’t comply with the spec. It also lists videos with wrong dates such that sometimes old videos can become listed with new dates and appear as new. Maybe Google software developers are incompetent or they intentionally want their RSS feeds to be unreliable. (RSS is anonymous whereas the advertisement platform Google prefers user-tracking subscription-based followers.) Or, did the reptilians find something in those old videos to mess with my brain and then disguised the videos as new?
I did not know and did not want to now. If it were the latter, it confirms one of two things. Google helps the reptilians. Or, the reptilians can spoof Google’s SSL certificates and run a fake YouTube instance on a private server at the ISP, customized for one individual. (Don’t think it can happen? Do you remember how Amit Shah placed a female “architect” on surveillance citing “national security reasons” when in reality it was “Saheb’s” (Modi’s) love-struck and aching heart. A police official named Vanzara released tapes of phone calls from Amit Shah because he had to spend several years in judicial custody during the trial for an encounter killing orchestrated by the Intelligence Bureau (in an attempt to recruit Modi for the FBI, prior to his elevation as a prime ministerial candidate). IB’s only defence was that the “intelligence input” had come from FBI. They could not present any evidence that the victims who were killed in cold blood had become violent before the “shooting in self-defence”. The CBI investigated the case and was about to charge on an IB officer but after Modi became PM, the caged parrot wound up the investigation.)
I then decided to make my YouTube browsing even more unpredictable. (Already, I watch the videos offline and I also block all ads.) Now, I go to a new channel and download all videos that seem to be interesting. (I have a Greasemonkey script that makes this easy.) Afterwards, no more daily checks for new videos. I don’t visit the channel again. I do add the channel’s RSS feed to my feedreader so that the reptilians can continue to waste increasing amounts of money. I check the RSS feeds intermittently so that it remains a high-cost low-return toil for them. With YouTube making less money and handing out even lesser amounts to content creators, even reptilian dollars are important. In my feed reader, YouTube RSS feeds are listed under a category called bait.
Five years ago, when I was listening to the No Agenda podcast, something similar happened. At least at that time, I managed to find that Adam Curry was a Freemason stooge. I stopped listening to the show afterwards as it became clear that the show was just a moneymaking operation for the hosts and a honeypot operation for the feds. Unlike the No Agenda hosts, the YouTubers are open and honest that they are purely commercial operators. I wish all the best for them.