Paul Joseph Watson Explains Why Logan Paul can show corpses on Youtube, no problem

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“Logan Pauls makes video showing a dead body? Youtube puts it on their trending list. Pewdiepie makes a 15 second response video that DOESN’T show a dead body? Violates Terms of Service.” –-Nick Monroe

Youtube enforces extremely strict ‘Community Guidelines’ for the insect people to obey,… and at the same time grants total limitlessness to a few selected superstars who can basically do whatever they want on the platform. The more controversial the content, the more views. So, naturally, these promoted drama superstars do the most outrageously unethical things to get attention and clicks that translate into fame and bling bling. Fair enough.

The legacy media aside who promote war and violence and enemy propaganda all the time as a time-proven business model, Youtube is not an alien technology but an actual reflection [or imitation, if you count on AI and algorithms] of real life, and in real life celebrities do as they please. [I’m generalizing, and exaggerating, obviously, for the purpose of argument that we are experiencing a www class system.] And while the slightest offense or politically incorrect commentary gets you flagged on Youtube these days [in Germany: prosecuted for hate speech], your video removed and your channel banned, most high-flying Youtube stars enjoy unprecedented freedom. A freedom that, and make no mistake about the seriousness of this here, outshines ‘press freedom’ because most journalists follow a code of ethics. Youtubers don’t.

On the top extreme end: the first class Youtubers who flourish on self-fabricated endless drama, hoaxes, pranks, misinformation and exploitation and experimenting with their virtual limitlessness. On the other extreme end: the hundreds of millions less privileged, in fact: harshly controlled non-notables whose life time is stolen to feature the stars: like and comment and follow those vanity shows… because Youtube gave some a free pass and the others: click, click, click.

Logan Paul would be stupid not to abuse his free pass and breaking all the rules
The Youtube community apparently flagged Logan Paul’s “Japanese corpse” clip, a reaction video in which the Youtube star “reacts” to a dead Japanese man who committed suicide. The poor man hanged himself from a tree in the infamous “Suicide Forest” near Mount Fuji. Logan and his team traveled to the Suicide Forest with the intention to find a suicide victim and upload him or her onto Logan’s Youtube channel, no problem. Nothing unusual in that, really, if you know that other Youtubers also film abortions, plastic surgeries, even animal torture… just for click-bait and attention seeking.

But unlike other videos that clearly violate its ‘Community Guidelines’, Youtube didn’t react to viewers’ complaints about Logan Paul at all. Not one bit. On the contrary, the company saw fantastic CNN-material superstardom and sent the video up on its viral path and onto the trending list [which Youtube ruthlessly manipulates, manually]. The corpse reaction video quickly got over 6 million views before Logan Paul decided to delete it. He recorded a dishonest “apology video” the next day which amassed another 9 million views quickly. In it, Logan said, with a sad face, that he didn’t do it for the attention and clicks, and, in the next cut, bragged that he didn’t need clicks because he is getting them anyway. The viewers can’t help feeling complicit in a psychological con job: Isn’t it also their own fault… the viewers who consume this trash and rubbish on a daily basis, no?

Social Media distinguishes between the free ‘Being-Followed by Millions’ from the oppressed, censored Followers
In real society, of course politicians, journalists, and celebrities enjoy a certain lawlessness. Imagine it as some form of ‘diplomatic immunity’ by which certain groups, very elitist groups, are exempt from the rules that million others have to follow, or else society would collapse. It is unfair, but it works. In Europe for example, it is a criminal offense to film a corpse and put the footage online, let alone disrespecting the dead person. Imagine if 450 million Europeans would be free to publish dead family members, accidents, or suicides. But if certain ‘journalists’ or ‘regime artists’ do it, suddenly it is “journalism” or “art.”

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Paul Joseph Watson Explains Why Logan Paul can show corpses on Youtube, no problem

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Rueful Addiction says:

Youtube enforces extremely strict ‘Community Guidelines’ for the insect people to obey,… and at the same time grants total limitlessness to a few selected superstars who can basically do whatever they want on the platform.

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