Banned from commenting on YouTube

And a letter to my MP

Why was I banned from commenting on YouTube for 24 hours? And why did I write a letter to my MP?

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2 Replies to “Banned from commenting on YouTube

  1. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. We need alternatives. Dailymotion and Vimeo, especially Vimeo, is good. I like what Bitchute are doing but as far as I can tell there is only one video quality available to choose.

    I’d also like to mention I have seen how YouTube can be manipulated by parties, such as certain reddit communities, reporting things they do not agree with.

    1. I could not agree more – we do need alternatives, and I think there are some good ones emerging. Vimeo has some great content, but the Vimeo version of London Real’s interview with David Icke was taken down, as well as the YouTube version, so Vimeo is also subject to censorship. is a fairly new video hosting platform that was created to be censorship-resistant. It’s built on the decentralised Hive blockchain.

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