Dictatorship of Big Pharma!
Talking about Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin = verboten!
new: YouTube tells me it has “removed videos from and issued a strike to Sky News Australia’s channel” on YouTube, over COVID content
“we don’t allow content that denies the existence of COVID-19 or that encourages people to use Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin” pic.twitter.com/98NdYggtPC
— Josh Butler (@JoshButler) August 1, 2021
Sky News Australia SUSPENDED from YouTube for ‘COVID-19 misinformation’ (SIX News Australia)
“we don’t allow content that denies the existence of COVID-19 or that encourages people to use Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin”
It comes after Sky host Alan Jones was dropped from his column in News Corp’s Daily Telegraph and heavily criticised by former 2GB Radio colleague Ray Hadley following controversial comments on lockdowns and the pandemic.
Despite a relatively small television audience on Foxtel, Sky News Australia has one of the biggest YouTube channels in the country, with 1.86 million subscribers.
By comparison, ABC News has 1.42 million, 9 News Australia 767,000 and 7 News Australia 542,000.
Sky’s YouTube channel published dozens of videos every day, from short news bulletin clips to longer interviews and editorial segments from its ‘after dark’ conservative opinion programs.
“Every idiot member of the politically correct class who says freedom of speech only benefits rich white men and has no benefit to oppressed groups ought to be dragged to the Museum of the History of the Polish Jews where they might discover that even the most oppressed group of the entire 20th century saw freedom of speech as a light in the darkness.”–Brendan O’Neill’
Libertarian TV personality and former ABC reporter John Stossel says Youtube placed age restrictions on a video he published about socialism. The restrictions were later removed, but the fact they occurred is part of a trend that concerns conservatives and free speech advocates.