Defeating YouTube Censorship

Defeating YouTube Censorship
Simple steps any internet user can take to reduce GooTube’s stranglehold on information

James Corbett
The Corbett Report
26 February, 2009

When YouTube burst onto the scene in February 2005, it wasn't long before this simple concept revolutionized the way people connect to each other and the way they define "the media." As Vancouver 9/11 Truth activist Michael Hey told The Corbett Report in a recent interview: "I shudder to think where we would be right now if we didn't have YouTube, or if we didn't have the various video hosting services that we have," he said. "Think of the example of Montebello in 2007 where there were agents provocateurs who were outed by citizen journalists."

Don't underestimate the potential of the Free Bees music video

The FreeBees have re-upped it:

I hope everyone will forward the Free Bees link to everyone they know. This has the potential to go viral in a big way! Some professional musicians obviously put real effort into making this as good as it is. Not only is it professional, it manages to hit exactly the right note of conveying a serious message while also being hilarious and fun to watch.

I know there was alot of hope in certain quarters that Steve Alten's book would propel 9/11 truth into the big time, and it didn't. This little gem offers greater potential, in my opinion, than the Steve Alten book. That book was over $25, this video is free. A book requires a significant commitment of time, this video can be watched in 3 minutes. You can't forward a book to a friend, but a link is quick and easy.

General Strike Hit Digg Front Page

from DIGG
A general strike has been proposed for 9/11/07. No work, school or shopping

Endless War. Hundreds of Thousands of Dead Iraqis. Torture. Surveillance. Civil Rights and Habeas Corpus: Gone. Executive Privilege: No Accountability.