[RageFuel] Is Swearing Now Banned in YouTube Comments???

Red Pill Rage

Red Pill Rage

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 24, 2018
Messages
807
Just did an experiment using 2 browsers: Firefox and Internet Explorer (I was logged into my YouTube account on Firefox, and logged out on IE).

When I posted a comment on a video without cursing, my comment showed on both browsers.
But, when I use profanities ("fuck", "cunt", "asshole", etc.), my comment is only visible to me on my Firefox browser, but invisible to everyone else on IE (including the content producer).

I predicted this shit would happen years ago, when Google purchased YouTube in 2006. I just knew these little fucking Nazis would eventually become a monopoly and arrogantly start censoring free speech.

Anyone else notice how these sneaky little fuckers weaseled their way to internet dominance by using a disarmingly cute name ("Google" ❤), and duping the entire world into handing them power over the internet? It was a brilliant strategy.
 
Last edited:
Dionysus

Dionysus

Admiral
-
Joined
Feb 17, 2019
Messages
2,687
That doesnt happen to me. I call people niggers and faggots and it still shows
 
Red Pill Rage

Red Pill Rage

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 24, 2018
Messages
807
That doesnt happen to me. I call people niggers and faggots and it still shows
Could it be that the content producer has the option to ban certain words?
I kinda doubt it, because the video I posted a comment on was made by a very profane guy. He curses all the time. I can't see him censoring cursing.
 
GoonCel

GoonCel

People Say I'm No Good
-
Joined
Sep 1, 2018
Messages
3,627
its because youtube can take away ads from you just by what people say in comments. so some content creators ban profanities to keep their ad revenue
 
seija

seija

Autistcel & Mentalcel / Seija Kijin is my Waifu
-
Joined
Apr 27, 2019
Messages
1,490
its because youtube can take away ads from you just by what people say in comments. so some content creators ban profanities to keep their ad revenue
Jewtube not even once.
 
Red Pill Rage

Red Pill Rage

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 24, 2018
Messages
807
its because youtube can take away ads from you just by what people say in comments. so some content creators ban profanities to keep their ad revenue
But, here's the thing. The video I posted profanities on was made by a content producer who's famous for cursing, and he relies on Google ad revenue! He mentions this all the time.
It's jewtube and goygle bro
LOL :p
 
Joelossus

Joelossus

21 y/o kv, Neetcel
-
Joined
Mar 25, 2019
Messages
1,515
I don't think it is, maybe it was just on the channel you were watching the video on.
 
Red Pill Rage

Red Pill Rage

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 24, 2018
Messages
807
Constant dripping wears away the stone
That was Google's strategy all along: weasel their way to internet dominance incrementally, and parry any resistance by using a cute name. After all, with an adorable name like "Google", how could anyone think you could do wrong?

Now that these motherfuckers dominate the internet, they have censored YouTube, and also made "SafeSearch" mandatory on their browser. So, searching for porn is more difficult and less effective than it used to be.
 
Last edited:
StaroRavager

StaroRavager

Tool of Agony
-
Joined
Aug 18, 2018
Messages
9,940
That was Google's strategy all along: weasel their way to internet dominance incrementally, and parry any resistance by using a cute name. After all, with an adorable name like "Google", how could anyone think you could do wrong?

Now that these motherfuckers dominate the internet, they have censored YouTube, and also made "SafeSearch" mandatory on their browser. So, searching for porn is more difficult and less effective than it used to be.
That’s a fairly simple way of looking at this situation
 
StaroRavager

StaroRavager

Tool of Agony
-
Joined
Aug 18, 2018
Messages
9,940
Please elaborate.
Google didn’t weasel its way into power with a “cute name” to dupe everyone. The executives asserted their service by centralizing the internet while buying up physical, intellectual, and electronic capital through ad revenue and an enormous amount of investments. It simply snowballed from there and now that they have a vast reach they’re “playing with the populace” just as any major corporation or conglomerate
 
Weeb25

Weeb25

Weed 2.5 Zesto 5
-
Joined
May 27, 2018
Messages
3,291
ye lol i noticed yesterday i replied to some cuck comment on vid called "anti feminism creates incels" or smth calling him faggot and it didnt show i thought maybe i was low iq and didnt send it or smth
 
InMyCellInHell

InMyCellInHell

Beefaroni's fun to eat. Beefaroni's quite a treat
-
Joined
May 19, 2018
Messages
511
Yeah I noticed when I used the word fuck that only myself and the video uploader could see the comment. YouTube's going down the shadowbanning path like Twitter these days.
 
Red Pill Rage

Red Pill Rage

Officer
-
Joined
Sep 24, 2018
Messages
807
Google didn’t weasel its way into power with a “cute name” to dupe everyone. The executives asserted their service by centralizing the internet while buying up physical, intellectual, and electronic capital through ad revenue and an enormous amount of investments. It simply snowballed from there and now that they have a vast reach they’re “playing with the populace” just as any major corporation or conglomerate
Every company reaches dominance pretty much the way you described. But, Google's marketing strategy was, from the onset, to endear itself to consumers with their clever disguise of benevolence. I witnessed this since they were second fiddle to Microsoft back in the early-aughts. They did this specifically to distinguish themselves from the big, mighty, evil juggernaut, Microsoft.
 
TheProphetMuscle

TheProphetMuscle

Low IQcel
-
Joined
Jun 11, 2018
Messages
1,427
YouTube is slowly becoming more and more cucked. It’s all family friendly SJW garbage now
 
Vermilioncore

Vermilioncore

NEETcel, 23 y/o virgin, LDARing
-
Joined
Apr 19, 2019
Messages
916
It's a faggotty time period we live in
 
StaroRavager

StaroRavager

Tool of Agony
-
Joined
Aug 18, 2018
Messages
9,940
Every company reaches dominance pretty much the way you described. But, Google's marketing strategy was, from the onset, to endear itself to consumers with their clever disguise of benevolence. I witnessed this since they were second fiddle to Microsoft back in the early-aughts. They did this specifically to distinguish themselves from the big, mighty, evil juggernaut, Microsoft.
I’ve always viewed google as simply another tool and I assume many had the same opinion. Of course now they’ve become another one of the tech overlords
 
Top