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We’re leaving YouTube behind
The PPC Newsletter - March 13, 2022
Since our founding, the People’s Party has been on YouTube, and I’ve been posting to it for over a decade, back when I was a Cabinet Minister. YouTube is a great way to reach people.
But they’ve gone too far with their censorship.
In the past month, we’ve received two strikes to our channel for promoting what YouTube calls “covid misinformation,” in two videos that were recorded last year.
These were the episodes of the Max Bernier Show where I interviewed Dr. Roger Hodgkinson and Dr. Julie Ponesse. Two serious persons with an interesting viewpoint.
But YouTube simply doesn’t want us to discuss anything that covid fanatics find controversial. So our account has again been frozen for two weeks.
The promise of social media and the internet was that it would give us, the people, freedom to communicate and free access to all types of information.
But now, we seem to be going in the exact opposite direction. Information and knowledge, discussion and debate, these things are being more and more restricted by Big Tech companies.
Viewpoints that threatens the globalist elites’ narrative are actively removed, and dissidents are cancelled.
I’m not going to put up with it anymore. That’s why we’ve decided to move to other platforms.
We will continue to post on YouTube until they decide to cancel us permanently. But we’re moving our main video operations to Rumble.
We’ve removed all of our videos from YouTube. They are now available on our Rumble channel and our Odysee channel.
So I strongly encourage you to follow us on these platforms. They are free-speech alternatives to YouTube.
Rumble is also a Canadian company based in Toronto. So, we’re not only leaving behind censorship; we’re also adopting a homegrown Canadian solution.
We constantly need to find new ways to reach out to Canadians with our message of freedom and truth. We also have to pay for ads.
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