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YouTube Launches #MoreThanARefugee Campaign. It Backfires Magnificently...
YouTube enjoys mixing virtue signaling with creativity in its holier than thou campaigns. Its audience? Not so much (see Whoops! YouTube's Pro-LGBT Campaign Hilariously Flops). The audience/video creator divide is becoming more apparent as YouTube exploits its platform. As evidenced in this video.
As per the description:
YouTube Creators for Change is a new initiative from YouTube dedicated to amplifying the voices of role models who are tackling difficult social issues with their channels. From combating hate speech, to countering xenophobia and extremism, to simply making the case for greater tolerance and empathy toward others, these creators are helping generate positive social change with their global fan bases.
Oops. It seems YouTube misjudged its own fan base. The like to dislike ratio is misshapen and bottom heavy, not unlike a proud feminist. Take a peek.
This is what happens when you create condescending content in an attempt to indoctrinate your users. Feel free to take notes, Facebook (see FACEBOOK LIES? Leaked Documents Reveal Employees Manipulated 'Facebook Trending').
Failure after failure, YouTube nevertheless punches the accelerator on hyper liberal mannerisms. Despite its audience hailing from a variety of opinions and beliefs, YouTube demands all conform to its "tolerant" ways. Whether it's restricting the videos of those who dare have a different opinion, or indulging biases by glorifying those who hold the "right" views, YouTube is enforcing a strict policy of leftism. Which is why it's so satisfying to see their users reject those ideas. But look fast, because YouTube is deleting critical comments faster than Amy Schumer steals a joke.
It's cool, though, here are some screen captured comments before YouTube deletes them...
Fret not, though. I'm sure YouTube will mitigate this damage somehow. What's the old social media mantra? If at first you don't succeed, censor those who disagree with you until you do.