Notification: Israeli Power
Brendon O’Connell had his last veideo removed from YouTube for “hate speech”. It is now on Bitchute. Here is what Brendon had to say:
Hate speech. Of course. I have no idea what they're on about. They won't tell you exactly what it is you've done. That's where they're wide open for litigation.
I've been told to just keep collecting data on their contractual violations.
Alphabet, Google, You Tube, DARPA, InQtel are not above and beyond the foundations of contract law. And this is where they can be got.
A party to a contract who deems the contract violated by the other party MUST give specific reasons. They must engage in “reasonable conduct” to resolve the contractual dispute by allowing the other party to rectify the matter in FULL KNOWLEDGE of where the terms of the contract were violated. “Vague pointing out” does not cut it.
The argument in court is not free speech or You Tube are meanie beanies. The argument is You Tube MUST give the other party specific direction on WHAT has violated the T.O.S.
You Tube behavior is deceptive in practice and deliberately designed to be vague, and nebulous. You Tube’s “intent” it will be argued, is to limit the allocation of resources required to maintain the platform by requiring contractees to anxiously self censor on contentious topics, or potentially contentious topics, in order to save You Tube money – that is all.
The powerful save money and resources, and enable the public narrative of a “reluctant loss of freedom of expression” that will have dire long term consequences.
Two parties must be able to engage with each other. Alphabet, You Tube ensure this cannot be done. The disparity in power is obvious. The daunting nature of litigation has a “chilling effect” on creators. Dulling the creative edge. Dulling public discourse
Alphabet have an obligation and a right to censor to some degree “in the public interest”. Especially in today’s polarized and energized tines. But what of the need to educate and work with contractees in a spirit of good will and honest intent – in the public interest?
With the foundations of so many social media platforms in quasi government intelligence Wall Street operations like InQtel and the risk of constitional roll over, the California Supreme Court may well be very interested in hearing a case like this – approached in the right manner, from the right direction.
Raising further issues as Francis Stoner Saunders has in her excellent piece, “The CIA Culture War” lecture and book.
These are all “tactics” to get important information into court. In documents. In sworn affidavits. Whatever the outcome.
At the very least, You Tube and others like them will have to ENGAGE with the public and work towards a win win engagement with creators. Being very specific on issues. They don’t want that – to be “specific” means to be more easily made accountable for their decisions. Decisions which have more to do with politically correct thought expediency than they do with the over all public good.
If someone is inciting…let law enforcement bring legal action against them. They never do. Just like in gun control, they let it get out of hand so easily applied politically expedient policies can be put in place. These policies are always about taking away freedom from the many because of the actions of an easily litigated minority.
If the ADL believes a You Tube video is defaming, inciting etc…let the ADL bring legal action.
At least engage with us via a human, willing to “explain”.
Patreon did just that with regards issues on Covid. I didn’t like it. But they sent a real person to engage with me who explained the situation. Maybe it wasn’t a win win…but I knew exactly what the boundaries are. And it felt nice to engage with a real human.
A friend got into the California Supreme Court and by Monday, the official outcome will be available. So we know how to get all the way there. And it is an art. It helps when you have friends who are Yale law graduates of course 🙂
Once someone leads the way, a map can be drawn and others can follow.
This is a winner, and I’ll just keep collecting.
The deleted video:
The original blog: