I was greeted with this image when I went to YouTube this morning.

As you can see below, while it says this is our first strike, it isn’t. Our actual first strike was for showing how anti-White BLM twitter spaces can be, whereas this one was for uploading a Kanye West video where he talks about Jared Kushner. Apparently the strikes wear off, and this one will be removed after Jan 17th, 2023.

I could go through the appeal process, but I already did that for another “community guidelines infraction,” and showed how totally pointless that is, so I won’t bother. That leaves our Odysee channel to get any direct uploads for this next week. That kind of puts a damper on my scheduled Kangz of the Rangz video review, but it’s not that big of a deal.

But I also found out that our twitter account, which you can find here but which will probably soon fail to exist, has also been deemed exceedingly naughty. I was violating their rules against hateful conduct you see, but they’re helpfully letting me know that I can simply delete two of my tweets if I want to get back in the cuck shed that is modern twatter.

In case the image gets screwed up, I’ve transcribed the message below.

What happened?
We have determined that this account violated the Twitter Rules. Specifically, for:
  1. Violating our rules against hateful conduct.
    You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.
As a result, we’ve temporarily limited some of your account features. While in this state, you can still browse Twitter, but you’re limited to only sending Direct Messages to your followers –– no Tweets, Retweets, Fleets, follows, or likes. Learn more. Your account will be restored to full functionality in: 12 hours and 0 minutes.
You can start your countdown and continue to Twitter once you:
  • Delete the content that violates our Rules
    • 2 Tweets
If you think we’ve made a mistake, contact our support team.

I have no idea what a “fleet,” is in this context, but let’s just ignore that and get straight to these monstrous tweets of mine.

First we have this tweet of mine, where I can only hope that some form of auto-correct changed “au contraire,” to “ah contraire.” There is also no promotion of violence, threatening, or harassment of anyone in this tweet. If anything, I’m doing the opposite of promoting violence. Unfortunately for me, pointing out that Jeffrey Dahmer is a member of the LGBTQC community, where the C stands for cannibalism, is politically effective, so my tweet must be holocausted.

My second genocidal tweet is one where I point out that WPATH lowered their restrictions on how young children can get mutilated by tranny surgery. Once again, you may notice zero promotion of violence, threats, or harassment of anyone. But noticing that makes you a trannyphobe, and that’s bad.

Doing the appeals is pointless, but I want to show this to you so I decided to appeal this tweet.

The message I sent to them was “there is literally zero promotion of violence, threats, or harassment of anyone in these tweets.”

And with that it’s sent. If I had simply deleted the tweets I would have my account back after 12 hours. Now they’ll wait for an arbitrary length of time while they “review,” this appeal. They even give you the option to cancel your appeal if you’ve grown tired of waiting for them to pretend to look at your appeal.

I’ve said this before, but the appeal feature is for their benefit, not yours. It’s a way that they can keep their insane trannissaries in check. If some blue haired Dilation Enjoyer knows you can appeal their bans, they’re not going to go off script and start banning gatekeepers like Benny Shapiro. And even if they do, the damage can be mitigated.

It’s also a way for these corporations to waste your time and energy, all while giving them the appearance of propriety. If you don’t appeal your censorship, they can pretend that you could have just appealed it. If you do appeal your censorship, you’ve wasted your time and granted a small amount of legitimacy to the process. This is why they let you appeal.

I’ll update this story when I get a response from them.

UPDATE: No word yet from twatter other than an automated response that they have received my appeal. My account with them is still totally unusable for now. 

But YouTube went ahead and age restricted another of our videos. As you might tell from the title, that video was from the Honkocaust-era, and dates to February 23rd. It’s fifteen seconds long, almost a year old, and has 45 views. Despite this they decided that now was the time to age restrict it.

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