RT Comes Out Strong Against YouTube Censorship

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
August 29, 2019

I was pleasantly surprised to see RT finally going to bat for right-wing content creators who were de-platformed suddenly and unexpectedly by YouTube recently.

They wrote a fair and balanced article about it.


YouTube is cracking down on “borderline content” that doesn’t quite break its rules, expanding an algorithm-tweak that prevents controversial material from gaining a US audience to the rest of the English-speaking world.

A recommendations tweak that cut the referral views of content that “brushes right up against our policy line” in half in the US over the past six months is being rolled out across the UK, Ireland, South Africa, and “other English-language markets,” YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said in a quarterly letter to creators on Tuesday, patting herself on the back for what she claimed was the company’s tolerance for non-mainstream views.

Instead of leaving it there, they actually allow the banned voices to voice their objections without editorializing around them. They even cite E. Michael Jones – one of the most renowned kike slayers on the interwebs – as an expert.

And Iconoclast, who is 88% /ourguy/ and one of the banned parties on YouTube.

This all begs the question: what took RT so long?

How did they miss the last five years and not think to offer even one dissident right-winger a show or a special on their network?

Whatever. Better late than never, I guess.

We are starting to see hopeful signs that RT might give some dissident ideas a platform on the news site with some recent right-of-center op-ed hires. More importantly, the articles are noticeably getting more red-pilled and based. Which also means that RT should be working its way up to getting banned from the interwebs sometime soon as well.

You know, it’s funny. The mainstream media, no doubt following the directives of big think tank Jews were absolutely terrified of Russian media propping up and giving a voice to millions of alienated and sympathetic White Amerikaners. In their hysteria, they began to look for a right-wing/Russia link. It was a moment of pure panic on their part.

And RT, naturally, let the opportunity slip by completely.

But the shift in RT’s editorial policy is indicative of a growing awareness in Russian society that something is very, very wrong in the West and that they can no longer work with mainstream politicians. The only problem is that all of this progress is about 5 years too late. A conservative axis of peace, friendship and tolerance between dissident right-wing voices in America and Russia is the most obvious DUH! idea that could ever be proposed.

The only problem was that it seems that Russia had no inkling of an idea that such a thing was even possible. 

But then, it’s almost as if the last two years of non-stop fake news by Western Jews linking growing White discontent with Russia gave the boomer bureaucrats in the Kremlin an idea.

“Hey, Boris… they seem really scared of us reaching out to dissident right-wingers… why don’t we do that?”


So yeah, hopefully, they do go ahead and do it.

That’d be nice.