Nobody is safe from the Leftist cancel culture and the reptilians’s determination to control the narrative.
An environmentalist whose mining video footage shot in Inner Mongolia (occupied by China) was used in Moore’s film has filed a copyright violation claim, even though it is within fair-use limits. This fellow says the documentary made wrong conclusions about the ‘green industry’ and does not like his video be part of such a narrative.
Mark Dice uses Pig Latin. Amazing Lucas uses code words. Steven Crowder has removed several videos. Even the sweetest conservative Lauren Chen has to self-censor herself. YouTube has become TheyTube (a la the Rowdy Piper movie They Live).
YouTube allows music videos from people like Kanye West and Beyonce on its online video service to have filthy lyrics and obscene graphics. They are governed under little or no restrictions.
For ordinary folks who call themselves independent content creators, Youtube has a different set of rules. There are community guidelines, unwritten rules, copyright strikes, demonetization, and shadow-banning.
Gag.com is a Twitter alternative but it is always mentioned in mainstream media as a right-wing extremist platform and consequently was forced out of payment gateways.
YouTube alternatives such as BitChute (https://www.bitchute.com/) have been spared that kind of attack because they are yet to overcome bandwidth and cost hurdles. Bitchute is hoping to survive on donations and p2p technologies. Sites like DailyMotion and MetaCafe have been there for a long time but they do not seem to have the audience that YouTube has. The new upstarts like Bitchute are trying to create a mass-market following that Dailymotion et al have been unable to attract.
I tested these YouTube alternatives. The videos are slow. (I am unable to stream YouTube so imagine how slow the alternatives are.) One new alternative is CocoScope.com. It is surprisingly fast.
Interestingly, it was created by an erotic model and Youtuber who goes by the name Piper Blush. She is surprisingly well-informed about the technical and business aspects of the fraud known as YouTube. Just listen to her. What is more surprising is that this rebellion has come from a woman who has voluntarily “submitted” herself to a “master” and wears a collar to show it to the world. Shame on all Youtubers!
In part one, I revealed that the experiment is not about you. It’s about YouTube… I decided to go to Community Guidelines school. You heard me right. I took my big backpack filled with all of the knowledge I had acquired in my first year at YouTube plus I took a few extracurricular courses with the YouTube counselor assigned to my channel. She told me all of the elements I needed to change to be back in YouTube’s good graces. She even went as far as to tell me my channel wasn’t the real issue here. YouTube didn’t approve of my lifestyle choices, especially me not wearing a bra, being submissive and most importantly most of my viewers were male. This was reconfirmed yesterday when my part one video was age-restricted by YouTube. I’m not surprised I wasn’t wearing a bra.
By the way, these rules don’t apply to music videos. YouTube’s VEVO has different rules… Don’t you think it’s unfair that creators much like myself and all of the other creators on YouTube that are not musicians…
I created an entirely new channel right here on YouTube from scratch… I respected all of YouTube’s rules and Community Guidelines. I wore a bra to hide my nipples. I wore a turtleneck to hide my collar. I never spoke of submission or anything related to my lifestyle choices. I never ever posted a link to my personal website or refer to it verbally because YouTube analyzes every word. I even made new social media like Facebook Instagram and Twitter to be linked to this new channel. It was a fresh start with no ties no traces to my past lives or channels and I told no one. If you did find me because this channel now has a little over 5,000 subscribers now.
Are you ready for this? Open your ears. After a week, my new channel made all of the monetization requirements so I enable channel monetization. As I flip the switch, all of the money icons popped up. Before even they were turned on, they were already all yellow. [Not qualified for monetization.]
To be honest, I wasn’t surprised. I predicted it. YouTube is owned by Google one of the biggest whale of data and privacy policies in the world. Don’t be misled. They are no different than Facebook. YouTube keeps all of your information all of your videos – the public, the unlisted, the private, even the deleted ones. They cross-reference all of this information with technologies such as facial recognition, voice recognition and automatic closed caption.
… I was right all along. As soon as you open a new channel, YouTube accesses all of your information. They know who you are before you even publish your very first video. You can never escape your past. It confirmed my fears. Once YouTube has placed you in their bad creator list, you can never go on to the good list again, even if you start from nothing and change everything. YouTube doesn’t give out second chances. Keep in mind that there are too many videos for the number of ads to run. They don’t need more creators. They already have their preferred creators. There’s more. I haven’t told you everything yet.
I had all of this figured out in mid-january 2018. About 6 months in the Piper Blush experiment, I realized, I could not depend on YouTube to provide me with a sustainable source of income. So, I explored the alternatives to youtube like patreon and twitch only to realize that the same problem always occurred. Creators were putting their 3 meals a day, their homes, their source of income, their whole life really in the hands of mega-corporations. Hmmm. Three different names – YouTube, patreon, twitch. All the same none of them provide creators with the financial security and liberty of expression that they really need.
Once a creator publishes a video, he or she is subjected to the fear of it being degraded by other creators, removed for censorship reason, or worst demonetized. So, I took all of the money I had left in my bank account and hired a firm to realize my vision of the perfect video platform. I have been working on this alternative to YouTube for the past ten months. The need for a platform made by creators for creators is now we cannot continue to live our lives with this unshakeable fear that we’re just slaves working for these mega corporations. They make the decisions there is no appealing them. They choose your faith so why trust them?
I present you CocoScope.com where creators can host and monetize their content without fear of censorship CocoScope is still in alpha. That’s why I need your support. I need the help of everyone watching. You might not be a creator but you can make a difference in a creator’s life by telling them about CocoScope by joining our forces we can create a community where creators can express themselves freely, where subscribers can support channels into making more videos and where watchers can give their views to the content that they enjoy.
I invite you to go to CocoScope and share the platform on your social medias. Spread the word with anyone you think would benefit from a censorship free platform.
The site says it is easy for content creators to monetize their videos and they will not censor anything.
- Clear Content Rules: You don’t have to worry about your videos suddenly being removed because you didn’t follow some vague community guideline.
- Instant Monetization: No need to wait for us to approve you – create your account and you are ready for business.
- Public and Exclusive Videos: Cocoscope allows you to host both public videos and videos available only to your paying subscribers, with no restrictions or limits, for free.
CocoScope, as it is now, has some rough edges but the videos are not stalling. Sites like this will be useful only if online video content creators focus on developing their own closed networks (audience) and jealously guard it. They should not let video platforms control it. This can be done by having an independent website and relying on the anonymous RSS technology as the mode of subscription, as explained in my blog post “How YouTubers can beat Google censorship of their channel” (https://moralvolcano.wordpress.com/2020/01/18/how-youtubers-can-beat-google-censorship-of-their-channel/).
The transcript was provided by DownSub.com.
Use RSS. Be anonymous. Beat censorship.
Do not ask your viewers to subscribe. Give them your RSS feed.
Ask your viewers to add this feed link to their favourite RSS reader application. RSS feeds are natively supported in many browsers and email clients. There are also dedicated RSS reader browser extensions and mobile apps.
Of course, this link is too much for ordinary people to handle. A simple solution is to host the contents of this file on your own site. You have a site, right? Or, a blog? Every time you create a new video, download the contents of the channel RSS feed and save it to your website at a permanent easy-to-remember link.
Steven Crowder complains of Youtube censorship all the time so I will use his channel for an example. His channel’s RSS feed is:
He can simply upload this XML file to his site, say, at
He can also add a redirection directive in his site so that the following URL resolves to the above XML file (the location of the saved Youtube RSS feed):
Now, when a viewer wants to add the channel to an RSS reader, the feed URL easy to remember and type.
I used to manually edit my site’s RSS feed in a text editor. There is no absolute need to use YouTube’s channel feed but it is easier and safer. A simple mistake can break an XML file.
Another RSS alternative – blogs
Of course, there is no need to copy the updated XML file from YouTube to your website each time upload a video. Many blogging software automatically generate RSS feeds. (Blogs can also post the videos to social media sites.) Just embed your latest video in a blog post. The blogging software will include the video in the blog’s RSS feed. Then, in your videos, tell your viewers to use an RSS reader and subscribe to your blog’s RSS feed.
This blog’s RSS is https://moralvolcano.wordpress.com/feed . Anyone subscribing to this URL in an RSS reader will see all the videos I post and anything else I refer to in the blog posts.
Mark Dice says that YouTube removed his shirts merchandise from his channel. A blog’s RSS will have no such problems. Free and open-source blogging software such as WordPress can be used to power entire websites on any server or site host, not just on WordPress.com. (You can of course ask WordPress.com to host your blog at your .com domain.) In that case, the URL would be much simpler (http://www.moralvolcano.com/rss) and easier to remember for your subscribers.
RSS has been killed off by many tech companies to create their own private walled gardens but it can still be used to beat censorship. Having a blog, rather than a Youtube channel alone, will be greatly empowering. Try it.
RSS is for anything that regularly creates fresh content
RSS is not just for Youtubers or bloggers. All good websites including news sites and discussion forums provide RSS feeds. RSS readers offer a much better browsing experience. Your viewers will thank you for it. Tell them to look out for the orange RSS logo.
Don’t ask me how that RSS logo appeared on this Youtube page. I am a hacker 😉
Ask your viewers to import their subscriptions in an RSS reader
This page explains how to export all channel subscriptions to an OPML file. Many RSS readers support importing from OPML files. Not many RSS readers can handle Youtube’s poorly coded RSS feeds but the one that I am using does it very well.
Will it count?
You can have a million subscribers but that does not mean Youtube will show your latest video to every one of that million. Google has assigned you some annoyance ratio and depending on that you will get a proportion of the traffic. If you are like Eli, The Computer Guy, it might be near zero. (He must have seriously annoyed someone.) You cannot build a business trusting Youtube.
If you go strictly by the RSS route, your subscriber count as displayed on Youtube will not increase much and the traffic from “Related content” will not be there. So, you need tell use RSS subscriptions as an option.
As you increase your RSS subscriptions, you will find an organic increase in your viewcounts. Viewcounts from RSS subscriptions cannot by depressed by Youtube. Your videos will not be buried by other subscriptions.
Anonymous views will be counted for revenue. It does not matter how your subscribers see your videos – on youtube.com, a video app, a blog, or an RSS reader. Ads will appear on all of them.
Viewers can always click on the Youtube logo to comment on the video or to rate it.
And, for heavensake, do not use the FeedBurner URL for your RSS feed. Don’t you ever learn anything?
Using Unicode text to fool text searches is the coolest method.
When ordinary Youtubers play some songs in the background or use music to demonstrate something, they get a copyright strike. How then are bootleggers uploading entire lengths of movies to YouTube and other sites? How does their content remains online for years without any problem?
The film and music industry encodes certain indiscernible fingerprints to their content released to theatres, discs and Internet. Media-hosting sites can trawl their site and identify copyrighted material using these fingerprints. They also provide industry officials a login and search system to identify this content and take them down using DMCA and other legal provisions.
Some content owners have instead opted to profit from bootlegger rather than taking down the bootleg material. Sites like Youtube allow copyright owners to run ads on identified bootleg content and take whatever revenue that would have gone to the channel owner.
Many old movies and TV serials are too politically incorrect for today’s snowflakes. They cannot be hosted on video streaming sites like NetFlix. Even something as recent as Friends is “problematic” for snowflakes. If a movie has words like ‘faggot’, then it is unlikely that Netflix would want to host or advertise it. So, content owners are unlikely to profit from it. With every year, kids are getting more stupid (PC) and more of the old stuff is getting removed from popular video streaming sites.
In such cases, bootleg copies made from old VHS tapes uploaded to Youtube provide content owners an alternative revenue stream. This is outside the content owners’ official channel where they may host videos for free or payment. Money made from selling dogs does not bark. All money is good money. Everyone’s is happy. That is why I do not feel bad about watching old 80s movies from Youtube.
In my journeys to find old 80s gold and trash, I have encountered some pretty smart techniques used to defeat the content ID system, which is both automatic and manual. Here they are:
- Picture-in-picture: They play the movie inside a rectangle smaller than the whole frame. If you see the HD version, then the rectangle is still big enough to be watchable.
- Flipped video: They horizontally flip the video. This is not a problem unless you try to read text.
- Noise: Some low-volume noise is mixed with the audio stream.
- Slowed audio and video: This is discernable initially but not a big impediment to watch the content.
- Unicode titles: Unicode has several codepoints where the English alphabet is repeated. It looks like ordinary text but a text search by a copyright owner will not find them. For example, ‘HELLO’ is not the same as ‘ᴴᴱᴸᴸᴼ’. No, it is not superscript font style. These letters in Unicode are like that.
- Blurring and shadowing: Some videos are deliberately blurred. Some others have radial shadow. The content in the middle is still clear but on the sides it is dark.
- Cropping: Video around the edges are cut. This and the previous ones are the worst forms. Why do they even bother?
All of these techniques seem to destroy the ID fingerprint or make manual identification difficult. Those channel owners continue to make money.
In a lot of cases, the content owners do not care. Old VHS tapes degrade easily. Going after those bootleggers is a waste of their time. The market for old content is not increasing anyway.
The chicken come home to roost. This should be fun.
Conservative commentator Mark Dice and many others have been complaining that YouTube has been demonetizing his videos without warning. By the time, the videos get manually reviewed most of his subscribers have seen the video and he earns no money from them. This daylight robbery is affecting thousands of YouTube creators.
YouTube applies the filters without warning. Why can’t it tell the YouTuber immediately after the upload? Or, provide an option to hold the publication in case it has to be demonetized?
In other news, free-speech activist Carlos Maz is leaving his outfit. For someone intent on deplatforming others, this self-de-platforming has irony written all over. All is not lost. One of the many virtue-signalling corps can gain some good PR if they offer Maz a better position with a bigger paycheck. On Twitter, he seems depressed. Hopefully, the reptilians will not suicide him.
What are Google’s values, anyway? Snooping? Listening through microphones and webcams? Hoarding customer data? Selling them to marketers and spy agencies.
How to use the “media” tab of the “Page Info” dialog in Firefox browser to find obfuscated images.
The book “Clouds of Secrecy: The army’s germ warfare tests over populated areas” by Leonard Cole is a mainstream academic account of US army’s covert attacks on American citizen in peacetime. It is sourced from meticulous and original research and from reports published in American newspapers like the New York Times and state/local newspapers.
How to copy browser images hidden under layers of HTML
I wanted to use the image of the book cover in a cartoon but the cover had changed in its reprint avatar. It is not as dramatic as the original.
I tried to search for the book and Google and other search engines have lost most of the links to the book. Bing search engine used by DuckDuckGo returns on images of clouds, not the book. (This shows how believable Microsoft’s claims on on AI and such.) On Google, I found very tiny images of the old cover. However, one result in its Book search was humungous. This image could not be saved easily to desktop.. On examining the HTML using the “Inspect Element” option, the image was still untraceable. To protect the copyrighted contents of books, Google has already restricted the amount of content that can be viewed but even that content is obscured using obfuscated HTML/CSS DOM code. This is understandable because Google could be and had been sued by publishers over its book scanning service. Anyway, I wanted just the cover image. Here is how I accomplished it.
Select View » Page Info » Media and scroll down to the image you want to download. Copy the URL and paste it in a browser tab. Now, you can right-click the image and save it to your desktop.
Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) are proof that the UN-promoted Common Core education system produces stupid lemmings
- What is the only type of labels that SJWs hate?
Food labels! It’s full of “fat-shaming microagression”. They even prominently advertise the product as having “ZERO TRANS FAT,” which is microagression against zeroes (SJWs), trannies, and fat people.
- Why did the SJW get a panic attack?
She read a dictionary.
- Why do SJWs hate dog shows?
Like it or not, dog shows are proof that race exists.
- What is the only type of labels that SJWs hate?
Before creating a dedicated SJW drawing, I thought of re-creating an animated SJW GIF I saw online using only photos. Here it is:
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.
The poor schlub!
Hang him, please!
No (green reptilian) blood.
Just put him in a deep freeze.
An electric chair may leave him charred.
You know what that means.
The risk of a ‘Return Of The Living Dead‘.
Or of some alien species.
The Winklevoss twins created Facebook but the contrite schlub here stole the idea.