Lydia Brimelow, VDARE, August 10, 2020
Just like so many channels before us, the VDARE YouTube page has been terminated without warning for “hate speech,” an offence unknown to American law, i.e., we have been purged for daring to ask inconvenient questions regarding the future of the American Republic. Of course, we are appealing this move. But we know that we have to find—in fact, possibly expensively build—alternatives.
The VDARE.com YouTube channel had many unique videos and more than 12,000 subscribers. It was, to put it mildly, by no means as large as other channels that have been purged (American Renaissance, InfoWars, Stefan Molyneux, Nick Fuentes or RedIce, to name just a few digitally exterminated with a click of the button by an anonymous Google employee). But it was growing quickly with “Social Distancing with Peter Brimelow,” livestreams and other content, including exclusive videos from Faith Goldy. (It also contained uploads of Peter’s many Main Stream Media interviews after the 1995 publication of Alien Nation, including his NBC Today confrontation with Bryant Gumbel, something that would never be allowed today.)
This YouTube atrocity is yet another reminder that the forces behind Donald Trump’s improbable 2015-2016 rise to the White House—remember, he literally ran and won on the patriotic immigration reform platform that VDARE.com has long advocated—are being repressed, in a clear and conscious campaign of election interference by the Tech Totalitarians.
You can still find our video content at Bitchute (subscribe to our channel now!), including interviews with key patriot leaders like Colin Flaherty, Jared Taylor, Michelle Malkin, Cassandra Fairbanks, Jim Hoft, Jesse Lee Peterson, Diana West, and Gavin Wax. And we will work hard to expand our footprint on this growing video platform.
But YouTube still effectively monopolizes video uploads. Its flagrant political censorship brings home the Tech Totalitarians’ determination to defeat President Trump and to anathematize any and all discussion of patriotic immigration reform and the National Question: whether or not the U.S. can survive as a nation-state, the political expression of a particular people.