Mr. #MeToo: The Double-edged Sword of Feminism

“I felt like they thought I was a liar,” Tiffany Thomas Lopez, a former Michigan State University softball player, and victim of convicted serial sexual predator, team doctor Larry Nassar, says. She eventually met with Destiny Teachnor-Hauk, an athletic training supervisor at the university. “She brushed me off, and made it seem like I was crazy. She made me feel like I was crazy.”
 
In the wake of the charges of sexual assault of a minor against Nassar, narratives like this one from ESPN and others show the methods of how systemic sexual abuse can be contained within an organization. And while this type of gaslighting can absolutely be used as a tactic to deter the victim from speaking out, and as more and more victims continue to emerge and compound the vastly-concealed systemic sexual abuse epidemic in America, the question must be asked:
– What is it exactly that fuels sexual predators? Is it materialism, feminism or the ego? The mainstream narrative will have you believe it can be attributed to an enabler’s culture, but that is only a small part of the equation.
 
The surfacing of recent allegations against Aziz Ansari and James Franco have called into question what little credibility the MeToo movement had left. In both of these cases, the victims have brought accusations that they were “taken advantage of” by the respective male celebrity, although both men evidently thought they had consent at the time.
 
Fortunately, most of the editorials from progressive outlets like the New York Times and Vox addressing the story admit the questionable editorial decision to publish the story. And most importantly, they recognize that this instance stands alone from all the other recent sexual abuse allegations characterized by “abuse of power in the workplace and serial sexual harassment and assault.”
 
Vox suggests that “it’s something of a miracle that sexual harassment and abuse has remained a priority, especially at a time when news lives and dies by the hour.”
 
To me this is no miracle. And in light of the fact we do live in a time with so much noise vying for our short-lived attention spans, there must be good reason the media has kept this issue at the forefront of the news cycle.
 
What is miraculous is how this epidemic could remain in secret for so long before the victims began coming forward. Sure, in many of the individual cases, the presiding organization seemingly covered-up the instances of abuse for the abuser, in what can be deemed “don’t rock the boat” scenarios. There have been many articles to shed light on that fact.
 
The author of the Atlantic  asked, “Why did Brad Pitt, one of the biggest movie stars in the world, work with Harvey Weinstein not once, but twice after the executive had allegedly attacked both his ex-fiancée Gwyneth Paltrow and then-wife Angelina Jolie? Why did Quentin Tarantino, whose films are responsible for much of Weinstein’s success, continue to work with him after learning that he attacked his ex-girlfriend, Mira Sorvino?”
 
This echoes the conclusion of the ESPN article, which suggest “You don’t get someone like Larry Nassar, you don’t get a pedophile who is able to abuse without there being a culture surrounding him in that place. Until we deal with the enablers, this is going to continue to happen.”
 
As evident, in many cases the blame is placed on the superiors or partners for allowing the behavior to continue once they had knowledge of it. But who is holding any of these people accountable? If their superiors knew these horrific deeds were being carried out, they were accessories to the act in every instance which occurred about they found out, and should be forced to pay the respective penalty.
 
In both the USGA and Penn State serial-sexual abuse cases where the alleged pedophile was convicted, the higher ranking remembers simply were forced to resign, or in the case of the Penn State University president, get a job working for a National Security Agency.
 
Rather than dig deeper and investigate the true cause of what is allowing this to happen, progressive news editors use their efforts to place blame on the “boys club” atmospheres, power dynamics (actually, very deserving of blame) or the self-dubbed feminist who believes the title allows him a free pass to act like a pervert (See, Vox article).
 
The syndication of these types of stories allows for opinions to be expressed which are intended to trigger both sides, left and right, and make the whole issue about gender rather than about perversion, and egotism, as it truly is. It came as little surprise to me when I discovered in the Vox article that Rupert Murdoch’s NewsCorp (Fox News) owns the majority stake in Babe.net, the website that originally published the Ansari attack article.
 
When liberal and alt-right news outlets get hold of (or create) a story like this and run with it, it detracts validity and attention from the public investigation into the legit systemic sexual abuse that plagues America. No one, it seems wants to face the fact America is just a bunch of mobile phone porn-watching deviants, and that this fact may have something to do with perceived power dynamic.
 
Where have you ever see an example of a loving, healthy relationship in a porn movie? As far as I know, there isn’t a proven, direct correlation between porn consumption and practicing sadistic sexual behaviors, but it takes little stretch of the imagination to believe there is one.
 
When this type of systemic sexual abuse has been proven to occur at Big 10 colleges, national pro sports organizations, the UN and in the entertainment industry, and the head coaches and presidents of those respective organizations knew about it, something larger than simply a “culture of enabling” is at play. There is a major societal breakdown somewhere along the way.
 
The issue, then, is even simply acknowledging these instances as the Ansari story as “rape” prevents exploration into where this breakdown is occurring, and the serving of justice for individuals complicit in the crime. Turning the conversation around #MeToo into a shouting match between left and right, male and female, only serves to detract significance and attention from other instances that are truly microcosms of the American sexual abuse epidemic. Specifically, the ones in Hollywood, collegiate and world sports, public media and global government organization are the ones that are limited to the periphery of the public’s consciousness. For every one person who knows about the USGA scandal, there are ten who have an opinion on the #MeToo movement’s moment at the Golden Globes.
 
The best way as citizens to alleviate this problem gripping society is to turn attention towards the root cause of the problem, not focus in on the behaviors it produces. Otherwise the ugly cycle will continue to spin.
 
Stay tuned for part II, which will aim to explore the root causes of the American sexual predator epidemic.

What the Logan Paul YouTube Controversy Really Means

There is nothing more infuriating than a bunch of social justice warriors parading around the internet judging others for the same things they commit daily. When there is a bandwagon for others to increase their own popular standing in society they jump on it without hesitation. Amanda Cerny, one of Logan Pauls best friends even jumped ship with nothing to say, as that could have impacts on her own want to be Instagram director, model, blah blah blah narcissist.
 
What does it all mean though? The entire controversy is proof that social justice can now control society. That social justice can sensor anyone that doesn’t adhere to their version of political correctness. 99% of the time it is men that are martyred for the cause, whether it be sex accusations or some retarded YouTube video gone wrong. The reality is these women have no problem sucking the D to get that part or raise, but when the light shines on them they want to blame someone else. I’ve dealt with this personally many times from lying sociopathic women.
 
The sad part about all of this is the fact these social justice warriors can complain enough to get the guys revenue disabled on his entire YouTube account for one bad video. I don’t claim to be a friend or even like the guy, I didn’t really even know who he was until all of this drama unfolded on all of my social media accounts and I watched fake, hypocritical, douche bags, (mostly women) shame and ridicule him for his video. When their content consists of using their boobs and body to get attention, money, and likes. In retrospect, Logan Paul’s dumb video brought more light to the reality of suicide in society. Rather than another dumb video about make up, your tits, or what you had for lunch Logan Paul at least went somewhere real, showed some real shit, and got a real reaction.
 
Instead of hating Logan Paul why not point blame on government that allows this? What a prime location for a preacher or suicide helper hotline. Maybe even just a security guard to prevent such things from happening. No, instead, lets try to destroy a mans career to lift up our own. Let’s use Logan Paul’s name in our tweets, YouTube videos, and more to get that attention on us! Let’s throw his name in the garbage so we can boost our own. This is what I see all over social media. This shows how fake all of those people are in entertainment and how quickly they’d shove you under the bus for just one more like or share. I find it funny so many on twitter are saying things like “Oh Mee Gosh, Logan Paul showed a dead body” yet they watch CSI Miami, the News, and other shows that literally show dead bodies for the same revenue. I wonder how much those liberal news channels made off the children of all those “school shootings”.
 
When you look at all facets of society and how two faced all these people really are, cheering on Seth McFarlane and Family Guy literally make fun of, predict, and project, the Boston bombings. Everyone claps, cheers, and doesn’t even notice…

Or another example, this video of the tazing of a living human being trying to assert his rights in a court room. Bunch of two faced hypocrites in this political censorship crowd, just look at the comments section. It’s not a dead squirrel, that is a man trying to uphold his God given rights. No outrage, but in fact cheering like you were watching a man fight for his life in the stadium in central Rome. Any history buffs out there? What happened to Rome when feminism and political correctness took over? Anyone?

This political correctness is a cancer unto society and a real indicator of it’s collapse. Anyone that attacked Logan Paul’s revenue stream for the video is nothing short of a two faced narcissistic douche bag with no back bone. How many videos on YouTube of chicks using sex toys to sell dildos and make ad revenue but a suicide video gone wrong is apparently taboo? So many videos online of police officers beating and killing innocent people but apparently a suicide video gone wrong is terrible? No respect for the body yet everyone watches in amazement as the National Guard shot and killed students in Kent State protesting the Vietnam War, or shot an innocent women holding a child in Ruby Ridge, or burned 10+ families inside a church at Waco. How come now one says anything when Joe Biden is groping little kids in political photo shoots? No one says anything when the Clinton family disappears to bang some children on that creepy island outside the UK. No one says shit because you are all cowards after your next paycheck.
 
The reality is no one would have said anything unless they didn’t see opportunity for their own channel growth. They are guilty of the very same things but instead of being honest with themselves they turned Logan Paul into their booster shot. Not only did they try and use him as their booster shot but, like a pack of wild hyenas, they went after his revenue stream entirely. Even though they had been avid fans for years he was eaten like a sick gazelle. These people have no morals and no backbone. Especially the women using their dead ass bodies to do the same shit. You’re political correctness will never be more important than anyone’s voice, even if it is dumb as a box of rocks, insulting, and low brow. People act as if they make no mistakes in life, yet one silly video could cost him his career? This is feminism. This is censorship. This is political correctness. And that leads to the collapse of any country, morals, and critical thinking. Social media is proof of that.
 
P.S. I didn’t see a single YouTuber, Instagramer, Facebooker, or Hollywooder make any attempt to make this actually about suicide awareness or help in any way, but all of these two faced cowards had no problem using suicide as their scapegoat to make themselves look like the golden child. Rest assured, anyone attacking Logan Paul’s revenue stream is a low life coward. Criticism however is healthy in any society. As I stated many times in this article the video itself was stupid, but that stupid video brought more awareness to suicide than any of you stupid bitches on social media running your mouth. The fact is, 76% of suicides are men. 85% of homeless are men. 70% of murder victims are men. 92% of deaths in the workplace are men. 97% of war deaths are men. 14% of men get custody after divorce. Over 60% of rape victims are male. Children are far more likely to be molested by their own mother than father. The idea that a women would even have a voice in any of these subjects is appalling and 10x more disgusting than Logan Paul’s video; but please, tell me more about #MeToo and your attempt to use Logan Paul’s name to boost your own fame of make up magic and tit tutorials.
 

What the Logan Paul YouTube Controversy Really Means

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Clinton Foundation Again Under Scrutiny

It’s a tired subject, but past allegations surfaced this week of more Clinton Foundation wrongdoing. Specifically, “resources” being used for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding, which Bill Clinton was – once again – quick to deny. The claims were brought this time by a conservative news host in the wake of the Donald Trump “shithole nation” controversy, the Clinton family’s reaction to the comment via Twitter.
 
Former President Clinton linked to a 2016 Washington Post article that allegedly debunked the claim. The article was published after the allegations had previously been brought to the public’s attention as a result of a Wikileaks-released email between two high-ranking Hilary Clinton staff members while she was Secretary of State.
 
However, these allegations needs to be investigated further, because this article, as so much of our media coverage today, fixates on only a snippet of what is actually said, and uses the words in a narrower context to divert the audience’s attention. It’s a textbook redirect.
 
The Post article, when hypothesizing the “resources” mentioned in the email written by Clinton staffer Doug Bland, only uses that term in reference to the wedding. The [updated] article’s main point is that since Bland never explicitly mentioned finances or money, there is no evidence they were funneling cash.
 
However, if one looks beyond the Post’s fixation on celebrity weddings, in the email, Bland goes on to state that Chelsea used those “resources for her wedding and life for a decade, taxes on money from her parents…”
 
The example the Post gives as a “resource” that could have been used at the wedding is Foundation employees volunteering.
 
Please, with as extravagant an event as the Post itself admitted the wedding was, it’s difficult for me to imagine they would put the fine details in the hands of Clinton Foundation volunteers. I also can’t envision a scenario in which Chelsea used volunteers [to pay for] “taxes on money from her parents,” or in her “life for a decade”…See my point?
 
The only other validations the article offers to categorize this allegation as unsubstantiated, are:

  • The allegations were only reported initially by the New York Post.
  • All individuals involved including the wedding planner claim, in the words of a spokesperson for the former president, “the Clintons happily and proudly paid for the wedding.”

 
While this very well may be true, note he doesn’t mention what the wedding was paid for with. The wedding planner, who’s website was linked to in the article, seemingly found these allegations preposterous. However, it seems to me that a link to your business website in a Washington Post would be incentive enough to plead the fifth.
 
Until Bland, the person who actually typed the emailing clarifying if he did or did not, in fact, explicitly mean financing, there is more visual evidence to support this allegation is accurate, and can be added to the long dirty-laundry list of “confirmed but publicly denied” Clinton-administration wrongdoings.
 
Also worth noting is the recent decision by Donald Trump to reopen the Justice Department’s investigation into the Clinton foundation. Specifically under investigation is an alleged bribe in the form of a $150 million donation from Russian uranium company Uranium One, in exchange for a 2010 Obama Administration deal that provided the company control of around 20% of the uranium production in the United States.
 
I’ve been doing this long enough to know that this finding resurfacing will go unnoticed by most of the general public. Those who do come across it will almost surely not be presented fully with both sides of the argument, if both are even presented at all. Therefore most people will likely choose to accept the mainstream narrative.
 
And so you, after reading this, another subjective account, can choose to accept it or not. But one thing you must find ironic, is how these so-called “humanitarians” have been charged again and again with violations in countries across the globe, but it’s Trump who’s a racist for referring the very same countries as “shitholes.”
 
The role the administrations of the last twenty-five years had on creating these shitholes the world over is a subject for another day. All I’m trying to say here is that if foundation funds were being used as they were designated to be used, not financing New York elite weddings, there’s less of a chance President Chump would have used this adjective how and when he did.

It’s 2018 and All Crypto Currency is Still a Scam

Investing in crypto currency is one of the most foolish things you could possibly do with your money at any time in your life. From scam artist to scam artist crypto currency is riddled with delusions and fantasy of escaping government control. The reality is crypto currency makes it even more easy to control than fiat currency and adds less value to currency itself!
 
Fiat currency alone has no real value. That’s why they literally print at the top that it’s a federal note, note, note. Not currency, no legal tender, but a simple I owe you. Fiat currency itself can never have real value other than it’s perceived value by the society. Crypto currency is this on steroids. It has no value except for it’s perceived value. Do you honestly think you can just set up some computers to run math problems and get rich? Ever wonder why there are so many scams associated with crypto currency? Why it’s very conception was created to hide drug and human trafficking transactions.
 
Even if you were to acquire tons of crypto currency you would still have to cash out per say. You would have to find a way to turn that into actual value and spending power. Even then all you are getting is paper. Once again proving to have no true value. Paper fiat currency printed by the federal reserve is less controllable than crypto currency and it’s a delusion to think otherwise.
 
I’v heard of people placing huge investments into crypto currency for over 100k. Why on earth would you ever make such an investment? You could literally live off that on an island in Central America for the rest of your life yet your willing to invest in into something that has no true value? Why not invest in yourself? Take dance lessons, karate, buy some books, workout equipment, better quality food, help others do some of those same things! There are millions of other investments in the real world that would provide so much more growth potential.
 
Imagine investing in your nephew or your skills and hobbies. Or maybe a local business that has tangible goods and services. Something you can help promote and support without having to riddle off some sales pitch or scam. You can be yourself and happy with your investment and a place to go! Maybe an ice-cream parlor? Or a pizza shop. Picking up a local investment as a side partner and doing the marketing and advertising is a much better option than crypto currency. Worst case with a pizza shop you go home with a full stomach. What can do you with a crypto currency if the power simply goes out?!
 
This entire delusion has to be cut off. The thought you can get rich in this fake crypto currency will leave you high and dry of your funds wondering what you were thinking when you could have invested that in something of true value. Whether supporting a MGTOW YouTube that speaks real truth or your local fishing shop. There are tons of options out there that offer a much better living standard while offering opportunity of making an honest living.
 
If you really have an itch for gambling style get rich schemes get yourself an Etrade account and throw in 500 bucks. Start picking some penny stocks that seen reasonable and admirable in their goals and invest 50-100 bucks in each one. Play around, have some fun, maybe find the next google. This fills my itch of getting rich quick with a bit of excitement. I started with $40 bucks and I have slowly gone up and up while offering a bit of strategy fun for the mind. This has no real big investment but offers to fill that void.
 
These will be your safest investments going into the future, with personal growth and development at the top of the list. Invest in yourself, invest in your locals, invest in the ideas and people you believe in. Whether it be sharing a link or donating a few bucks there’s always a way to support someone you feel with. From my own experience I can say that my mind and investing in my hobbies and skills has proven to be the most rewarding and worth while right next to helping others do the same.
 

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Abstract Guide to Making a Future Self

Today, people are the same where ever you go. The definition of success is universal, and the same type of poverty exists everywhere. Most people are just existing, and the majority are drowning in their own anxiety because they haven’t lived up to this fabricated definition of success. It’s my belief that, in the years to come with the growth of automation (AI) and the sharing economy, people will think less of success in terms of wealth, titles and ownership, and more in terms of freedom and accessibility. The best way to ensure success, when defined by these characteristics, will be to possess a well-cultured skill (or set of skills) and/or critical analysis ability.
 
Popular trans-humanist and Tesla/SpaceX/SolarCity/Boring Company CEO Elon Musk told why in a 2017 interview when he said he believes “there’s a pretty good chance” we end up with a universal basic income as a result of automation. His rhetoric mimics the language in this infographic from the publication Futurism, which also claims 57% of jobs globally are at risk of being automated.
 
Musk has stated he personally will be displacing 12 to 15% of the global “driving workforce” over the next 20 years, and also acknowledged most people aren’t aware of how quickly this process will occur.
 
Of course, the driving workforce is a drop in the bucket of the global workforce, and is simply one example of an industry that will experience mass displacement. But try for a minute letting just how widespread the AI takeover will be really sink in. It may be scary to imagine, but is your job – or profession, if you prefer – something which can be done by a robot?
 
The growth of the sharing economy (i.e., Uber, AirBnB) IoT (Internet of Things) smart-meter connectedness and AI in general have already begun to displace drivers, cashiers, attendants and customer service and sales “reps”, and in the future, will likely occur at a faster pace than most people realize.
 
The service industry workers will be first to go, but positions in those fields are by no means the only at the mercy of artificial intelligence. Office, clerical and even some technological work will eventually be made obsolete by machines, and you can forget about dreaming of your future as an investment banker [unless you’re a trust fund baby destined for Yale or Harvard], surgeon or CPA. However, if one does choose to voluntarily participate in this system, and must choose a profession, needless to say, it would be wise to set sights on a career in mathematics or computer science.
 
Blockchain, the same technology used to mine and maintain Bitcoin, will be a key component in the development of human-level and beyond AI. A recent WIRED article about Hong Kong-based company, Hanson Robotics, said how it plans to use the Ethereum blockchain to run a distributed AI platform to transfer AI software and payments between its users. Each blockchain node (computer network) will back up a different AI function, or software program.
 
The applications will be basic AI software at first, such as facial recognition technology, but is guaranteed to grow over time, according to Chief Scientist Ben Goertzel.
 
“You’ll see a sort of federation of AIs emerge from the spontaneous interaction among the nodes, without human guidance,” Goertzel said. The goal is for the smart nodes to get as intertwined as clusters of neurons, eventually evolving into human-level AI.
 
A research paper from Kingston University in London takes the prediction of AI blockchain advancement one step further. The title alone suggests the blockchain will be used make the brain a “Decentralized Autonomous Organization.”
 
The researcher discusses using “mind files” to store memories, for example, which could be useful in cases like Alzheimer’s disease. However, everything you’ve ever experienced will be stored in the blockchain, and the paper discusses how that information can be used to gauge if your individual experience was subjective to the group, i.e., you had the same experience as everyone else. And you better believe they companies running the programs will turn allthat information over to officials, if requested, just like your current digital footprint.
 
One of the creepiest potential applications of the blockchain for cognition would be the creation of digital, autonomous, self-acting versions of oneself. In other words, you could have umpteen-versions of yourself on the Internet all acting autonomously, doing things on behalf of yourself.
 
If all of this doesn’t sound in the least appealing, I’m right there with you. Fortunately, there will be a different path, for those who choose to take it. Many of the skills and strategies for excelling on that route are outlined on this site, and I encourage you to explore further because I’m not going to get into specifics here.
 
When the constructs that so many of us know as success, wealth or comfort are altered in the future, resourcefulness and problem-solving ability will be powerful assets to maintain those basic individual rights.
 
But if you, as an individual, choose to live outside what will likely become a social welfare petrie dish of enslavement, you will need to be able to provide some sort of contribution for the betterment of a group dynamic, or have all the skills needed to be completely self-sufficient.
 
It’s not that homesteading or living off-the-grid takes brain surgeon-like intelligence. Learning how to do virtually anything is one of the big benefits offered by the sea gloom that is the Internet. However, researching, practicing and developing an array of skills is a huge time commitment, and it is easy for a person to become bored or overwhelmed, and give up. The tediousness of regular practice alone can be burden enough for most individuals to give up with all the distractions we are constantly facing.
 
The successful ones in the future will be those who can cultivate a useful skill. Those who thrive will be the makers. The ones with the old-world, salt of the earth-type resourcefulness. There is much to be said about what one must give up or sacrifice to focus all their energy on one or a few specific disciplines. But often times when a person has been on that path for some time, they realize the things they sacrificed were distractions, as I said.
 

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Susan Wojcicki and the Crash of YouTube

If you haven’t noticed by now you probably aren’t a regular YouTube user. YouTube has become the breeding grounds for open censorship, theft of content, and loss of income on an extreme level. I’ve seen a lot of different categories of people complaining about the latest censorship attempts at YouTube by removing advertising from creators. In it’s prime, YouTube itself allowed anyone and everyone to post anything they wanted. They had advertisements and everyone was making money and people were getting what they wanted when clicking an ad. Everyone was happy.
 
Now let me introduce you to Susan Wojcicki. In September 1998, the same month that Google was incorporated, its founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin set up office in Wojcicki’s garage in Menlo Park. So early on this women had her fangs in the concepts and ideas of Google itself. From there she became the head of advertising of Google. YouTube, then a small start-up, was successfully competing with Google’s Google Video service, overseen by Wojcicki. Her response was to propose the purchase of YouTube. She handled two of Google’s largest acquisitions — the $1.65 billion purchase of YouTube in 2006 and the $3.1 billion purchase of DoubleClick in 2007. Wojcicki has been an advocate for several causes, including feminism, sexism, the plight of Syrian refugees, countering gender discrimination at technology companies, getting girls interested in computer science and prioritizing coding in schools. She is also known for saying that interrupting her is a sexist micro aggression. In February 2014 she became the CEO of YouTube….
 
Since becoming the CEO of YouTube the number of female employees at YouTube has increased from 24% to nearly 30%, according to Susan Wojcicki. Writing in an op-ed in Vanity Fair, Wojcicki said YouTube has “ramped up” its female hiring since she joined in 2014. “Clearly, we and other companies still have a lot of work to do,” she added. “I hope this is the year in which CEOs decide to take gender equality personally, give underrepresented groups the support they need, and use their positions to elevate more diverse leaders.”
 
So right off the bat it’s quite clear this women is a feminist liberal. Another thing we can take note of is how successful YouTube was before her arrival. Advertising was good. Content creation was good. Everyone was happy. Fast forward just three short years and we have the exact opposite. Advertisers are unhappy and jumping ship. Content creators are unhappy and searching for new platforms. The viewers are disappointed their favorite YouTubers are being screwed over. Fact’s don’t lie. Since she started working as the CEO of YouTube it has gone strait down hill. Not only has she driven the company into the ground but she has left people with a sour taste in their mouth about YouTube. From censorship to loss of income. This women has been a total disgrace to what YouTube was, and what it stood for in the online community of knowledge, learning, and sharing ideas. Her personal belief system has gotten in the way of her business decisions. One of the many problems with an emotional feminist women in charge. This has left YouTube in a vulnerable emotional state because of their agenda driven CEO.
 
Susan Wojcicki openly supports feminist YouTubers while at the same time shaming anyone that disagrees. It would be one thing if Susan kept her religious beliefs at home, but she has brought them to the work place. Not only did she bring it to the work place but she infested her belief system INTO her work place; evident by her gloating of increased female workers. Not increased competent workers, but females workers. I don’t personally know very many females that even enjoy tech jobs let alone want to work in them. Yet Susan deems it necessary to hire women purposly just because they are women. Isn’t that female patriarchy? Is that not sexism?
 
Another example of Susan Wojcicki’s total fail to bring profitability to YouTube was YouTube Red, YouTube’s advertisement-free subscription service. The problem with Susan’s terrible idea though, is that there are millions of online users that use ADBLOCK. They don’t see ads and it’s free. They completely eliminated YouTube’s ad stream with a simple program. Susan’s response? YouTube Red. A huge flop that resulted in few subscriptions and no real traction. She also oversaw its over-the-top (OTT) internet television service YouTube TV. Another fail.
 

“YouTube CEO Says There’s ‘No Timetable’ For Profitability”

 
During her tenure, YouTube tightened its policy on videos it regards as potentially violating its policies on hate speech and violent extremism. The more ridiculous policies came after The Times showed that “ads sponsored by the British government and several private sector companies had appeared ahead of YouTube videos supporting terrorist groups” and several large advertisers withdrew their ads from YouTube in response. So instead of facing the situation unemotional and with logic, Susan instead tightens the grip on advertisers and creators. Instead of facing the Times story head on and explaining it was just a bunch of non-sense about terrorism she got emotional and made poor decisions. I mean seriously, advertisers pulled out because of terrorist groups on YouTube? Haha seriously?
 
If Susan wasn’t so self absorbed and delusional she could have come up with a simple idea based on feedback from the community. MOST viewers are HAPPY to support their favorite channels. This is no surprise. Pretty simple concept. Why not simply create something at the beginning or end of the video that ASKS the viewer if they would like to view an advertisement. Depending on the age of the account user display an appropriate advertisement. Even better, create a new option in the profile to dictate advertising types. Giving users the choice to view a RELEVANT ad over some random ad that just plays. Instead of ignoring the ad you have an engaged audience awaiting their favorite creators video. Instead of the ad being blocked by a program you have ads being viewed. Of course some people will just click No Thanks. But those that do are engaged and active and those are the leads you want as an advertiser. You don’t want the random clicks where you pay out but receive no leads. Simple concepts with benefits for everyone.
 
Looking at the current situation at YouTube behind the scenes it’s not getting better. It’s getting worse. More and more advertisers pull away followed by creators and then audience. Susan Wojcicki has completely butchered what was once YouTube. In a few short years don’t be surprised if no one even remembers YouTube as it will be replaced with an open source bit torrent type platform like BitChute that can’t and won’t censor it’s creators. That won’t screw over it’s advertisers trying to make more money for themselves. Looking at Susan’s bloated salary and YouTube’s profits it blows my mind she could take such a successful lucrative growing business like YouTube and turn it into a distant memory. In a few years the only mentions of YouTube will be “ANOTHER lawsuit?”
 
At this point I think it’s safe to assume Susan Wojcicki oogled a few doogles in the garage in Menlo Park and since put on as CEO of YouTube has done nothing short of drive it strait into the ground. The problem is NOT the advertisers. The problem is NOT the content creators. The problem is Susan Wojcicki.
 
RIP YouTube.
YouTube Sucks

Susan Wojcicki and the Crash of YouTube

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