If you simply pay attention to what is taught in the history classes of U.S. schools, you would come away with the understanding that Winston Churchill was a great leader who doggedly carried Great Britain through the second World War. What is not mentioned in these classes is that Winston Churchill was a devout racist who was directly responsible for the starvation deaths of around 3,000,000 Indians.
More excellence from the video above:
“Evil is not the product of demented individuals. It is the product of demented social orders.”
Simply put, square dancing is taught in the U.S. school system because the anti-semite and automaker Henry Ford viewed jazz music as immoral and corrupting of America’s culture. In an effort to fight the popularity of jazz music, Ford and his friend Benjamin Lovett heavily pushed for schools to teach square dancing.
I’ve known for a while that the production and use of concrete produces large amounts of CO². However, I was surprised to learn in the video below that if concrete was a country, it would be the 3rd largest emitter of CO² behind only the United States (2) and China (1).
Well, I didn’t actually learn this today or even this month. It’s been abundantly clear for years now that YouTube does not care about pedophiles using its platform. PayMoneyWubby has produced a couple videos exposing the problem:
In fact, after PayMoneyWubby uploaded his video about kids on Musical.ly, YouTube deleted his video due to sexually explicit content, even though all of his source material came from videos uploaded to YouTube.
Based on YouTube’s actions, it is clear that the company does not care about pedophiles using YouTube to get off to videos which sexualize children. Instead, the company only appears to care about how many people spend time viewing videos. If they took action against the pedophiles on YouTube, it would hurt their numbers and the company does not want that to happen. In fact, this does not need to be assumed. YouTube itself has stated that view counts are the reason they do not take action:
“But YouTube has not put in place the one change that researchers say would prevent this from happening again: turning off its recommendation system on videos of children, though the platform can identify such videos automatically. The company said that because recommendations are the biggest traffic driver, removing them would hurt “creators” who rely on those clicks.”