Mega-Corporate Fascists Target Independent Content Creator

Earlier today, YouTube, subsidiary of the monopolisitc mega-corporate Google, Inc., removed a video by independent artist and political analyst Bre Faucheux, flagging it for “content.”

Bre’s content does not have any violence, no sex, nothing that would be considered over the line, nothing rated R to it. However, she has a political opinion that is unpopular with the hyper-SJW fascists that make up the Silicon Valley elite.  Someone reported it to Google, and Google abused its monopolistic power to shut down an independent voice that disagrees with them. They are the only platform for video content of this sort, and it is a pure abuse of power, it is pure evil. It is the way the publishing industry treats anyone with a different view. It’s the way that hedonistic Hollywood does as well. These monopolistic institutions believe they can get away with anything, and they’re starting to push the envelope even further.  We have to stand up to this kind of thing or it’s over, and the only way we can do so is to make sure that everyone is talking about people like Bre: brave artists who will not be silenced by the corporate hatemongers who wish to take away our livelihoods and our identities, and to make us slaves to their brand and their brand of thinking.

Right now, her youtube channel has been made private as she’s being targeted by the multi-billion dollar company. But she has other avenues to find her.

She is on Twitter:  @Bre_Faucheux 

Gab.ai: https://gab.ai/Bre_Faucheux

Bre has an upcoming that can be found here, bookmark it:

http://27crowsradio.com

And you can support her fantasy writing here:

https://www.amazon.com/Bre-Faucheux/e/B00ET4CQAK

Change starts with supporting the brave artists who stand up to this kind of nonsense. Help Bre and change the world!

19 thoughts on “Mega-Corporate Fascists Target Independent Content Creator

  1. The video I linked to exposes a neo-Nazi, while Bre’s video gave a neo-Nazi a platform. That’s clearly the difference. Look, I don’t like the idea of censorship, but YouTube has every right to take whatever they see fit down. If we don’t like that, we need to find and nurture other video sharing platforms.

    Here’s the thing, though: It’s hilarious that you claim you’re against facism, but come to the defense of white supremacist Richard Spencer, whose ideology is completely rooted in fascism. Looks like Bre is a white supremecist, too. What great company you keep!

    • First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Socialist.

      Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
      Because I was not a Jew.

      Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

      You’re missing the larger point. Fascism comes in many forms. Personally, I’m a big fan of letting people speak their asshattery loudly and in public, because then at least we know who they are.

      • And Joshua John here doesn’t give me credit for being pretty nice and letting him berate me over and over with nothing new to say on my own website.

  2. Julie, as someone who is Jewish, I find it incredibly absurd that you would use those words to defend Richard Spencer, of all people. I think you need to take a look at the definition of facism. It’s not YouTube removing a video from their site of a goddamned neo-Nazi.

    • Free speech is free speech, sir. I for one would rather have people like that out in the open where we can heap them with much-deserved public scorn rather than hiding in the shadows.

      How about “I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”? Does that cut any ice?

      • It sure does! And I agree with you. But here’s the point I’m making: Jon Del Arroz actually agrees with Richard Spencer and the alt-Reich.

        • What the hell does that have to do with the subject at hand?

          Also, are you seriously accusing a guy named Jon Del Arroz of being a white supremacist? Because that’s hilarious.

          • Please educate me, Julie. What IS the subject at hand? I happen to agree with you, but Jon’s not arguing that we should let Richard Spencer speak his bile on first amendment grounds. He’s angry that a voice he supports is being attacked. Think about that. He supports a neo-Nazi.

            As for his Hispanic heritage, I truly find it baffling that he’d align himself with the alt-Reich. It makes no sense.

            Anywho…

          • That’s funny, I don’t see anything in this post that says Jon actually agrees with Bre at all. He’s talking about standing up to monopolistic corporate bullies who censor content based on viewpoint. One doesn’t have to agree with the viewpoint at hand to think this is wrong.

            I can’t help but think that the point canNOT have sailed over your head that far, and that instead you’re using this as an opportunity to make nasty accusations that have nothing to do with what Jon actually posted here. Sadly typical.

  3. I think you’re playing dumb, Julie. Jon’s absolutely an alt-right supporter. That’s a fact, not an accusation.

    • I support Bre in that she’s a friend. Like anyone, I agree with some things she says, disagree with others but I don’t litmus test my friends to make sure they are 100% anything. That’s called bigotry.

    • Oh, okay, I’ll just go on your say-so, then. Oh, wait.

      And it’s better than being ctrl-left, IMO. But you kids and your newfangled political labels that change definitions every five minutes to suit your purposes confuse us old-timers. Also, you seem to be changing your terms. You accused him of being a “white supremacist,” and now he’s “alt-right.” Is he a “white supremacist” because you think he’s alt-right? Or are you just throwing word salad around hoping something will stick?

      Also, I think it’s kind of rude to come onto someone’s space and sling mud all over Creation, but that’s just me.

  4. In which bizzaro world do you live? You want to talk bigots? Take a look at both Bre and Richard Spencer. Sheesh.

    • I don’t know Mr. Spencer. but you’re the one coming on here being rude, calling names on repeat, and not listening to anything. Bre is a nice person who is very approachable. If you approach her like you do me she will probably be less patient though. I recommend talking to her like a human and you’ll find she’s great.

      • So, let me get this straight: you can call everyone who doesn’t believe in your religion “evil,” but I can’t call Bre a white supremecist? That’s what she is! You’re crazy, man.

  5. You know what’s politically correct? Bre calling herself a “white advocate” instead of a white supremacist. How cute.

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