YouTube censors diversity ... of thought

The social media giants Google, Facebook, and Twitter are engaging in massive censorship of conservative positions, and of free thought itself. Diversity of opinion is divisive, especially on Google's YouTube.

As a case in point, consider the latest censorship of an American Renaissance video. American Renaissance promotes an understanding of race reality, stating:

Race is an important aspect of individual and group identity. Of all the fault lines that divide society—language, religion, class, ideology—it is the most prominent and divisive. Race and racial conflict are at the heart of some of the most serious challenges the Western World faces in the 21st century.

The problems of race cannot be solved without adequate understanding. Attempts to gloss over the significance of race or even to deny its reality only make problems worse. Progress requires the study of all aspects of race, whether historical, cultural, or biological. This approach is known as race realism.

Those at American Renaissance are reasoned thinkers who shun hate and violence. But their research and opinions, although scientifically based, are outside the real of politically correct thought. 

YouTube just censored one of their videos: Let’s Break a Taboo, Part II. Watch it yourself:



In the article YouTube Sends Another AmRen Video to the Back of the Bus (American Renaissance, November 29, 2017), Jared Taylor explains that:

YouTube just informed us that it has made the video impossible to search, will never recommend it, has disabled comments, and now makes you click through a warning screen telling you some people think it’s "offensive."

At least YouTube did not ban it completely. It does that if it thinks a video’s primary purpose is to incite violence or hatred. YouTube seems to think we are inciting hatred or violence only as a secondary purpose...

You can still watch the video, but only because this is a direct link. A Google or YouTube search will never find it. You might watch it and try to figure out what were the specific words or phrases YouTube thinks are so offensive...

The article contains a full transcript of Let’s Break a Taboo, Part II. Perhaps you can find the paragraphs that triggered the censors.