Fantastic News!! Youtube Fixes Censorship on 9/11 Truth

Im glad I spotted Youtubes mistakes.

They fixed the censorship!!

We Now how 5 Honors!!!

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More people will see this video, now then ever!!

Thanks to all of you who complined to youtube.

Great Work, Sleepy

Excellent spot. Way to get a little justice.

Good Job

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We still need decentralized, anonymous

equivalents to youtube and google video. That's the bottom line. Allowing youtube and google video to continue to function as if they weren't protecting our treasonous leaders is only going to come back to bite us in the ass. Once an individual or organization has been shown to be a liar they deserve our support no longer. If a bittorrent/youtube/tor hybrid comes along we should fully support it because it would empower the individual and eliminate those at the top who decide what is okay to publish.

Maybe you can promote something like this on prisonplanet. Once this concept is out there the computer programming gurus can work out the fine details and promote some open source code for the world. This could empower the individuals like nothing seen before in history. No more rulers and "deciders".

"... In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual." (Galileo Galilei, 1564 - 1642)

Very true

Establishing decentralized alternatives to youtube and google video is a very high priority.

"Internet freedom" is, in a certain sense, the most important thing of all. Where would the truth movement(s) of today be without it?

Is bittorrent difficult?

I've tried to figure it out a couple of times and couldn't. I'm not a techie, but am pretty good figuring out how to use programs.