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A rebuttal of "Copyright Makes No Sense" by The Hated One


It’s been known to many that YouTube takes somewhat sadistic pleasure in muting the voices of those who hold extreme points of view, any in a move that should shock absolutely no one, YouTube just banned soph, a budding satirist and top alt-right commentator. Satirically commenting on various trends in modern culture, the majority of her content consists of mocking the far left and pointing out instances of violence that often occurs among the left’s protected class. Her account is still available on BitChute, so her content is still online, but that hardly negates the fact that YouTube should technically be legally bound to support all points of view, as they are classified as being a platform rather than a publisher, and receive benefits by doing so.

This is exactly why it is important to use alt-tech now, before you are banned. A user like soph, who understands the controversial nature of her content, will be sure to back it up on a website like BitChute. But by the time you realize that you’re next, it will be too late, and your content could disappear from the internet quicker than a dusted character in Avengers: Infinity War.

In the wake of #VoxAdpocalypse and in light of other previous censorship scandals, it's time we all consider the ease at which big tech companies censor dissidents, and how to fight back.

In the first Democrat debate of the 2020 election, many Democrats were criticized for speaking Spanish in the debates, but most reactions were more superficial than substantial. Counter Points is here to show what the use of Spanish in the debates actually revealed about the Democrats onstage.

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Gab is the constant subject of controversy and criticism from the mainstream media. Are the accusations of being an alt-right hate site deserved insults?

YouTube's extensive censorship policies have come to a point where YouTube is no longer a viable platform to free speech. It's time to stand up for ourselves and find a better place to voice our opinions.


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