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NEOalquimista wrote

Funny how the general population naturally rejects the idea of cops, governments and companies being the problem. Youtube did what it thought was right, what the majority thinks it's right.

All these beer companies replacing their commercials to display something less manly (no objectification of women), is a result of the increase of awareness of the problem from the general population.

If all of a sudden the majority of people hated governments and cops, the companies would follow by supporting them, using it to make antifascist commercials and stuff. Because profit.

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_________deleted wrote (edited )

I'm still waiting for the George Soros's Wonderful World of Antifa ride at Disney World.

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BigGeorge wrote

Comrade, a single ride isn't going to cut it. We need to spread the liberal antifa message as far and wide as possible.

That's why I'm pleased to announce the opening of Antifaworld and EuroAntifaworld in 2021. Stay tuned.

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jorgesumle wrote (edited )

Youtube did what it thought was right, what the majority thinks it's right.

Saying it was YouTube hides the fact that are workers who take down the videos based on the complaints from users (maybe lots of fascists complained after seeing that the video mocked of them?) and using a manual given to them which has the rules they have to follow when censoring videos.

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not_AFX_lol wrote

"I was just following the instructions I was given"

-Adolf Eichmann, Rudolf Hoess, etc.