YouTube Bans Stefan Molyneux & Others As “White Supremacist” Crackdown Continues

YouTube Bans Stefan Molyneux & Others As “White Supremacist” Crackdown Continues, by Tyler Durden.

He also rejected the accusation that he advocated violence, saying he has always “advanced the non-aggression principle”. His account had nearly 1 million subscribers. …

The idea that large groups of people can differ statistically is now forbidden:

The company issued updated rules barring “videos alleging that a group is superior in order to justify discrimination, segregation or exclusion based on qualities like age, gender, race, caste, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status.”

Except of course when the differences are just too obvious to deny, such as that some groups have more melanin on average than others. (The dividing line between “obvious” and “forbidden” is blurry at present, because it is in motion.)

Or are YouTube saying that only group-differences speech that justifies discrimination is banned? In which case the harm is in the discrimination, not the speech about group differences. The PC mob cannot have it both ways. They now suppress truth and decry color-blind behavior, which is exactly the wrong way around on both counts. The PC crew now insist you treat people differently based on the color of their skin, which is a long-standing and traditional perversion of the left (for example).

I just checked on YouTube, and “White Men Can’t Jump” is still there. (But “Black Men Can’t Think” has been removed. Just kidding, no one would be mean or fearless enough to make a movie like that!)