Truly divisive individuals are left alone
Paul Joseph Watson
November 29, 2018
YouTube is still hosting content by race hate supremacists David Duke and Louis Farrakhan months after it permanently banned Alex Jones.
As part of the coordinated Big Tech purge targeting Infowars, Jones’ YouTube channel, which had over 2 million subscribers at the time, was completely removed by Google-owned YouTube back in August.
Even videos uploaded by other users which briefly feature Jones are still being removed, with the radio host having been completely de-personned by the corporate giant.
However, the video platform is still hosting content from proven race hate hustlers Duke and Farrakhan.
David Duke is an open white supremacist, an anti-Semite, a Holocaust denier and a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. Duke was credited with having “paved the way” for the alt-right movement. He also attended the far-right ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville at which an alt-right terrorist rammed his car into a group of protesters, killing one.
Farrakhan is leader of the notorious Nation of Islam, which is listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Farrakhan has made numerous racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic statements, including his belief that white people are a “race of devils” created by an evil scientist.
He has also compared Jews to “termites” and stated, “Satanic Jews have infected the whole world with poison and deceit,” while expressing support for terrorist group Hezbollah.
The Nation of Islam leader also previously called on God to “wipe this country (America) from the face of the earth.”
This kind of rhetoric is freely available on YouTube, where Farrakhan’s speeches are uploaded on an almost weekly basis.
Duke’s YouTube activity has dwindled over the last couple of years, but he still has 85,000 subscribers and scores…