Never heard of Adam Greene or his channel, but any time I think it would be a good idea to do man in the street interviews, I’ll worry most people wouldn’t give 2 sh@ts about 9/11, as in this video’s interviewees. I do enjoy the variety of opinions that they chose to show.
On review, it looks like Adam is controlled opposition or unaware of the next level, fakeologist.com /September Clues.
I use wordpress to publish this blog. I do not use wordpress’ hosting service, which is mostly free.
I don’t know who controls wordpress, which I think started open source, but they are clearly participating in some sort of campaign to purge advertiser unfriendly content. I do believe they have some ad service to make money on their hosting service platform, but I’m not certain.
I pay Automattic to host faketube. Is faketube in danger? Possibly.
This blog is hosted on an unrelated web host that’s been reliable and affordable for a long time. I highly recommend them.
My best guess is that the Alex Jones types are losing market share and eyeballs, and this is another pathetic attempt to get the mass’ attention to follow their controlled opposition.
Either people are getting hip to the concept of controlled op and cointel pro, or they are just not caring about any aspect of the media and their fakery, especially as promoted by Trump.
Alex Jones likes to brag that every day millions of people watch his youtube videos, but a quick analysis of his actual view-count doesn’t seem to back up his claims.
Recently the Alex Jones Channel posted 105 videos between 1 and 6 days ago that got a total of 1,879,944 views. The total average was only 17,904 views per video, and only 313,324 total views per day.
Over 300,000 daily views isn’t bad, but it’s not the millions he was bragging about. And he got those views by means of posting about 17.5 videos per day, therefore much of that number actually represents the very same people watching multiple videos.
The 105 videos during that period had view-counts ranging from 2,867 to 114,184, with only 5 reaching over 50,000.
That means his gets about 1 popular video per day that hits about 50,000 unique views, but the remaining 250,000 views per day is a soft number that may include many of those same viewers and other duplicates by the same people watching multiple videos.
So Alex Jones has to make over 17 videos per day in order to reach a realistic estimate of about 100,000 unique viewers, whereas somebody like PewDiePie only has to make 1 short video per day to reach about 4 million unique viewers.
In other words, of the estimated 30 million people who visit youtube every day, about 13% of them will watch the comedian Pewdiepie, while only about 0.3% of them will watch the newsman Alex Jones.
Of course, this analysis is just from a limited sample so it might not be completely accurate.
“Where truth is the new hate speech” is Alex Jones’ slogan I believe.
Despite his over-the-top job portraying the rabid conspiracy theorist, some things he says are true, including his idea that dissenting views will be labeled hate.
Once so labeled, they will be banned.
The noose is tightening. Now that the whole world thinks the internet is facebook, instagram, and twitter, they won’t know where to look.
Let’s see how long sites like this are allowed to be found be search engines – or allowed to register a domain.
Will this banning of Jones increase his audience? You-can’t-have-it marketing is powerful. Let’s see.
Major tech companies have begun to ban right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from their services, reflecting a more aggressive enforcement of policies against hate speech following protests on social media. Facebook has taken down four pages belonging to Jones, including two featuring his “Infowars” show, for violating its hate speech and bullying policies. Over the past several days, Apple, YouTube and Spotify have also removed material published by Jones. Twitter, which hasn’t banned Jones, has als
Interesting, cluttered interaction with Hall, who pushes holograms and 9/11 plane angles.
A note to my subscribers: Before I launch into my communication with Richard D. Hall (of Richplanet.net), I need to apologize for the delay in posting this. Although most of my correspondence with Hall was back in March, it wasn’t until around July 1st — after I viewed his recent lecture on space frauds — that I knew I had to blow the whistle on him. Until his lecture I was giving him the benefit of the doubt. But it’s been a couple weeks since July 1st…