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ET Williams aka The Doctor Of Common Sense
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Thanks Common Sense Nation
ET Williams aka The Doctor Of Common Sense
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YouTube will try to destroy you if you come against 2 sacred cows that they want protected. You can talk about these 2 so-called “holy-cows” but don’t get nasty with either or you will be brought down. I have been doing videos on Youtube for about 6 or 7 years. I have had 3 Youtube stations taken down with over 300,000 subs. I would have had even more if YouTube did not block and punish success. Below I want to give you links and stories that are on YouTube that do the same thing I do and worse but their videos are still up. Youtube hides behind their so-called “Community Guidelines” which is so damn vague it is laughable.
Here are some of their Guidelines:
Our products are platforms for free expression. But we don’t support content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity, or whose primary purpose is inciting hatred on the basis of these core characteristics. This can be a delicate balancing act, but if the primary purpose is to attack a protected group, the content crosses the line.
Notice some are reporting racism like I did on the video about Michelle calling GOP white men racist. Then others are really racist put YouTube does not take them down:
Links with hate:
Title: YG & Nipsey Hussle “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)”
Title: Racist Woman Repeatedly Calls Man an N-Word in Front of Kids, Is Confused Why He Is Recording Her
Views: Over 2 million/ Subs: 2.1 miliion
Title: DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, WHY I HATE “WHITE PEOPLE”
Title: Michael Rapaport DESTROYS TRUMP!! Goes in on all the “DUMB WHITE CRACKERS” that voted for him (2017)
Title: Trump Fan calls Black Guy the N Word and says Black lives don’t matter
Title: Racist White Teen Girls Goes On A Rant About Blacks ORIGINAL FOOTAGE
Views: 2.1 million/ 785 Subs
Title: Islam. How To Properly Beat Your Wife
Views: 180k/ Subs: 155
Nudity or sexual content
YouTube is not for pornography or sexually explicit content. If this describes your video, even if it’s a video of yourself, don’t post it on YouTube. Also, be advised that we work closely with law enforcement and we report child exploitation.
Title: Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball
Title: Swiss Government Supported Body and Freedom Festival, contains public nudity
Views 18 million/ Subs: 43k
Title: How To Put On a Condom 4K
Title: XXX-Rated Uncut : Ball Hog feat Rich Boy- “So Cold” (Video) [HD]; a KENXL film
Views: 1.2 Million/ Subs: 4.4k
Title: R. Kelly – Cookie (Explicit)
Harmful or dangerous content
Don’t post videos that encourage others to do things that might cause them to get badly hurt, especially kids. Videos showing such harmful or dangerous acts may get age-restricted or removed depending on their severity.
Tittle: Rank Fight 2 – Ethology of Shepherd Dogs
3.2 million views/ subs: 17k
Title: Pitbull & Rottweiler fight over dominance!!!
I could go on for months with examples of filth on YouTube: But the real reason that they took me off YouTube is because of Gays and Muslims. Others attack gays and muslims, but no one did it like me. Not that I attacked them but it is that I would not tone down how evil both were. Think about it it you will! The New York Times wrote and article about me and mention others on YouTube but it was about me. They were upset at the way I covered the Atheist Texas shooter who killed 27 people at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs Texas. The writer of the New York Times Kevin Roose called me, and I have all the 4 or 5 conversations recorded and will be doing videos on this. He and other liberals are upset that I called the shooter a Bernie Sanders and Antifa supporter. Think about that! They are really not upset about the 27 people who were killed they are more upset about the piece of shit shooter being slandered, then what he did. Who is causing most of the damn violence in America at colleges and at these rally’s. It is liberals who support Bernie. Hillary and Left-Wing nuts. But that is another story altogether. I have been given more strikes and banned more times and now the 2nd time my stations have been terminated, because of gays and muslims.
Think about all of the so-called right-wing who attack muslims or gays! They will say bad things about them but I report any case on the left or the right and I don’t mix words. I know some who refuse to attack the “Gay Mafia” and have told me that I am too hard on both. Listen this is not about me hating gays or muslims, but I do hate a groups demanding I except there lies. At first it was strikes and Youtube jail because of reporting facts about gays and muslims. Then when I refused to stop doing that, I would get strikes for reporting a lesbian rapes a 14 year old, or a professor thinks it’s okay for whites to be assaulted because they have white privilege.
So I ask you; are the YouTube Guidelines fair and do they apply to everyone or just the conservatives? We must stop this assault on our country and freedoms. If you keep ignoring this it could be your rights next. Nothing that I said was proving to be a lie but they hate the damn truth. Truth is hate speech on Youtube and most media outlets. How racist is it for a black conservative christian to be taking off YouTube and all of the damn filth is left on. If you really expose the perverts for their agenda and refuse to back down. This is what they do. Many are not interested in facts or the truth. Hell they still to this day slander Joseph Mccarthy and he was right. He said “ Our job as Americans and as Republicans is to dislodge the traitors from every place where they’ve been sent to do their traitorous work”. He is correct and YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Goggle, CNN, ABC, and most of your Elected Officials are part of the problem. If your not part of the damn solution you are part of the problem. Look at those on YouTube that have large follows and see if they go after gays and muslim really hard for all the damage they are causing. Look at who works for YouTube and Facebook. Look at who runs Hollywood and News Outlets. Most are perverts and that hate America and Christians. We must hold these people accountable. YouTube almost has an Monopoly on the Video industry. Maybe our Government should go in and break it up. They are in bed with Google who owns Adsense and they will keep your money if YouTube says you have violated the “Community Guidelines”. How is this not Communism? You are guilty of having your money taken because a company like YouTube says you violated their vague community guidelines. You are guilty without a trial.
YouTube, Google, Facebook and all Companies are just like the NFL who is losing now. They love money but will suffer plenty to punish you until they realize it isn’t working. Please come over and join me in my new “Common Sense Nation” on Vimeo and help me get the word out. Please tell all your friends and have them join us also.
ET Williams aka The Doctor Of Common Sense
MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show is on a roll. Maddow has had the most-watched cable news show in the younger demo for the third week in a row. The last time Maddow won three weeks in a row in the A25-54 demo were the weeks of Dec. 17, 25 and 31, 2012.
Maddow averaged 678,000 viewers for her 9 p.m. ET show. Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson, which also airs at 9 p.m., came in second in the demo, averaging 629,000.
The O’Reilly Factor maintained its run as the most-watched among total viewers (O’Reilly hosted his show three days last week, Monday-Wednesday).
For the first quarter, O’Reilly was No. 1 in both total viewers and the demo, while Maddow was No. 2 in both. We’ll have the full quarterly ratings for all the cable news networks tomorrow.
Set to debut in theaters on June 2, the new Wonder Woman film will be the first female-centric superhero motion-picture to grace the big screen in some 12 years. The public has been endlessly teased with glimpses of the film, from the special first-look trailer released at Comic-Con, to a quick guest appearance by the Amazonian princess in Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. All in all, we know relatively little about this modern embodiment of the Justice League’s only female member, other than she has some seriously powerful theme music.
With palpable excitement surrounding the film’s release, the latest trailer, which can be viewed below, has sparked new controversy. Through careful analysis, the internet has exposed a perhaps, not-so wonderful aspect of DC Comics’ newest incarnation of the classic, girl-power superheroine: She has no armpit hair.
While the moment lasts all of a millisecond — not to mention the reason we can see her armpits is because she’s throwing a truck over her head like a ragdoll — it’s a millisecond that has set off a heated debate.
In the continual race for onscreen domination, it seemed that with the release of Wonder Woman, DC Comics had finally pulled ahead of Marvel Studios, which has yet to produce a superhero film with a female protagonist. But, as Refinery 29 pointed out in a scathing review of the new trailer, the lack of body hair on the female warrior makes us wonder if feminism was swept aside in favor of achieving the ideal female aesthetic. “It’s really hard to believe that Wonder Woman, who has been on an island filled with strong women her entire life, is worried about waxing and then bleaching her pits,” Refinery29 explained, “That is a time-consuming process and she’s a little too busy training ‘10 times harder’ with the Amazons so that she can, you know, save the world.”
Yes, it’s hard to argue that having been brought to life by Zeus and raised in a secluded sorority of warrior women, shaving would be high on the priority list for Wonder Woman. As Forbes pointed out, “In fact, one could venture that Wonder Woman’s armpits at the 1:47 mark represent the entire struggle with which a modern woman must grapple daily: I am woman, hear me roar, but so I don’t freak you the you-know-what out, let me take away everything I am so I can be everything you want me to be.”
While the fear that this new Wonder Woman is a false-feminist and yet another male-generated, unattainable beauty standard for a new generation of women, one cannot forget that as a comic book hero, Wonder Woman’s image has, like her male counterparts who often wear their underwear outside of their pants, always been highly stylized and more fantasy than reality.
Female superheroes are strong, capable and in most cases lethal, but they aren’t exactly known for having the anatomical proportions of the “average woman.” For some reason catsuits and modified leotards tend to come off better when you’ve got a figure that would make Barbie jealous. In a counterpoint to the argument, the National Review explains, “There is no room for debate about what Wonder Woman should and should not look like, because DC Comics already decided what she looks like when it created her in 1941.”
Superheroes are by their very nature romanticized versions of humanity. Even Gal Gadot, the Israeli-born actress who plays Wonder Woman, pointed out in an interview right after she landed the role and before the release of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, that not only do superheroes set impossible physical standards, but in many cases they have no physical relationship to their mythological origins, making it somewhat of a moot-point to criticize an onscreen interpretation. “The true Amazons had one boob so it won’t bother them in their archery. So it’s not going to be like real Amazons. We always try to make everyone happy but we can’t.” After all who really knows? Maybe demigods are born without body hair; did we ever stop to consider that?
Watching the clip, one would think that another woman’s personal grooming choices shouldn’t be an issue of contention. Wonder Woman is an Amazonian warrior capable of saving the world but she is still a woman. Who really cares if she also owns a razor? What do you think? Vote in our poll below.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (AP) – A Canadian provincial government has withdrawn a man’s eponymous personalized vehicle license plate, saying Lorne Grabher’s surname is offensive to women when viewed on his car bumper.
Grabher said Friday that he put his last name on the license plate decades ago as a gift for his late father’s birthday, and says the province’s refusal to renew the plate late last year is unfair.
Transport Department spokesman Brian Taylor says while the department understands Grabher is a surname with German roots, this context isn’t available to the general public who view it.
The personalized plate program introduced in 1989 allows the province to refuse names when they’re deemed offensive, socially unacceptable and not in good taste.
While most celebrities are busy gearing for Oscar events this weekend, the likes of Jodie Foster, Michael J. Fox and Keegan Michael Key opted to protest in Hollywood over Donald Trump‘s recent immigration orders.
The stars were among 1,200 people to take part in the rally organized by the United Talent Agency on Friday outside its headquarters in Beverly Hills.
UTA, one of the world’s largest talent agencies, chose to scrap its annual pre-Oscars party in protest at Trump’s immigration travel ban and to show its support for freedom of speech and artistic expression.
Taking to the rally stage, Foster said she’s never been comfortable using her public face for activism and has always found the small ways to serve, but that this year is different.
‘It’s time to show up,’ she said. ‘It’s a singular time in history. It’s time to engage. And as the very, very dead Frederick Douglass once said ‘any time is a good time for illumination’.’
‘It doesn’t matter where you born, who you voted for… All the colors in the identity rainbow – this is our time to resist,’ she said.
‘It is the time to show up and demand answers. It’s all of us trying to tell our elected officials to do their job.’
The rally also featured speeches from Michael J. Fox and Keegan-Michael Key and performances by DJ Cassidy and rock band the X Ambassadors.
Fox, who became a United States citizen some 20 years ago, remembered being annoyed at the 8-year process to citizenship and now wonders what he was complaining about.
‘I’m proud to stand here today in support of values and principles that I admire,’ Fox told the crowd.
‘You have people who have given up everything, who have lost everything they have. They are struggling to keep their families alive and keep food in their mouths and disease away from their bodies and took tremendous risk to get to this country, and we say no?’
Key said the event was intended to ‘support the creative community’s growing concern with anti-immigration sentiment in the United States of America and its potential chilling effect on the global exchange of ideas, not to mention freedom of expression.’
He welcomed all, including a handful of Trump supporters, because he said ‘this is America, where you get to believe what you want.’
One Trump supporter walked through the crowd in a Make America Great Again hat early on saying ‘you’re not going to block me.’
For the most part, however, the crowd was subdued, civil and attentive to the celebrity speakers.
The talent agency organized the nearly two-hour rally in lieu of its annual Oscars party.
The Oscar-nominated Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi also spoke via video from Tehran to praise the show of unity among the cinema community.
Farhadi, who is represented by the agency in Hollywood, previously said he would not travel to Los Angeles for Sunday’s ceremony as a result of Trump’s Muslim travel ban.
The film’s lead actress, Taraneh Alidoosti, is also boycotting the awards event.
‘It is comforting to know that at a time when some politicians are trying to promote hate by creating divisions between cultures, religions and nationalities, the cinema community has joined the people in a common show of unity to show its opposition,’ Farhadi said.
‘I hope this unity will continue and spread to fight other injustices. Filmmakers can break stereotypes around the world by turning their cameras to capture shared human qualities.’
UTA previously announced that it was donating $250,000 to the ACLU and the International Rescue Committee and has set up a crowd funding page to solicit more donations. At press time, over $320,000 had been raised.