My name is Roni Stoker. Until recently I had a video channel bearing the same name, with a collection of more than 500 videos. Most of my videos are on the Islamisation of Europe. I translate raw TV material (news items) in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, and bring them with subtitles into English. Some of them are compilations. All descriptions bear source references.
Nearly every anti-Islamisation activist in Europe had started his or her activity due to personal experience. I’m no exception to the rule. I had started my channel in September 2014, after viewing a video on the Dutch blog Geen Stijl depicting the beating up of a 15-year-old Dutch girl in IJmuiden by migrant teenagers with Muslim background. The offence took place in a square that is symbolic in Dutch history: Square 1945. The boys kept on trashing her even when she lay unconscious on the ground. In order to show off, they filmed the scene with their mobile phones and put it on social media. The girl had stayed unconscious for several days and there was fear for her life. Still, the PC authorities showed lots of consideration for the offenders….who are “just kids”! Their school came at their aid and didn’t even want to suspend them. The Dutch public TV kept silent about the incident for quite some time, even when one of the biggest daily newspapers (AD) informed the public that the condition of the girl was severe.
When I saw the video, my blood boiled with anger. Something in her appearance and features reminded me of my own daughter at her age. There came another video that showed friends of the perpetrators who were overjoyed by this incident because it showed how brave the guys are and how weak the Dutch. I decided on the spot to grab the villains back in a way they didn’t count on. I had no experience with making videos, so I was aided by my children. I used the video in a compilation and translated it into English.
My hope was to inform people in our nearby countries. I hadn’t counted on people worldwide! After thousands of views and a lot of nasty comments, the guardians of the “Community Guidelines” of YouTube decided to remove it …It had too often been flagged. And we are “for free speech, peace and understanding”!
Hundreds of videos followed. I made, on average, a video a week. The videos were designed to give people an understanding of how PC politicians (all political parties; not only left’s) media and intellectuals are deliberately doing their best to understate and downplay the attacks of Muslims on indigenous Dutch on nearly a daily basis. They are also trying to neglect the growing tension between the locals and Muslims. The tsunami wave of hundred of thousands of “asylum seekers” and the rape and violence incidents are called “just incidents”…as Jesse Klaver, the chairman of the Dutch Greens, use to say. I have even translated Angela Merkel’s speech “Wir Schaffen das” (We can do it).
From the moment the popularity of the videos grew, YouTube started to play a sleazy game to stop me. And I am not alone! It seems that a growing number of activists are confronting the same problems with Social Media when it comes to Muslims and Islamisation. A well known Scottish blogger was not allowed to post his blogs anymore; they were offensive to some group of people. The American activist Pamela Geller published an article in 2016 on the news outlet Breitbart on the same subject. The article appeared on July 3, 2016.
My first clash with YouTube came after I got a notification on a (fake) copyright claim on a translated video containing a Parliamentary debate in which the Dutch politician Geert Wilders read letters and e-mails of worried Dutch citizens concerning the behaviour of asylum seekers. YouTube removed the video from the playlist (it had tens thousands of views and was uploaded in different names and languages) over a copyright claim. See it here. The copyright owner in that case is the German public channel ARD. They failed to explain how a video made in the Dutch parliament and financed by Dutch taxpayers is owned by a German channel. What is this? Are we still under occupation? YouTube also failed to explain how a German public TV channel, financed by German taxpayers, has a copyright claim at all: public TV channels in Europe are always open sources, especially when it comes to news items.
YouTube had flagged in total five of my videos. Against two of them, this reaction can be regarded as justified. They contained obscene or offensive content. So that was OK with me. The third was about a Dutch boy on crutches who was roughly beaten up by a Moroccan immigrant and his friends. This kind of violence against Dutch citizens is steadily growing, and takes place frequently. The only way to combat the apathy of our authorities is by translating the videos and uploading them. These kinds of news items appear mostly on regional TV channels, and are avoided by the national TV channel.
The most horrifying example of unjustified action is a video made in 2014 by the respectable Dutch daily newspaper De Telegraaf. It shows public recruiting for ISIS in the middle of The Hague. The recruiter, Abu Yazeed, is a convicted terrorist who is on the terror list of the Dutch security services. Most of his associates are doing time in a special terrorist area in prison. To give you some impression of their actions, please watch this video, and this one.
After I was removed definitively by YouTube, with hundreds of video now lost, including translated material that can help future researchers on the Islamisation of Europe, I decided to take a closer look.
I can accept a strict policy when it is justified. But I came very quickly to the conclusion that YouTube does not have the same policy for everyone.
1. YouTube allows the uploading of videos with content that glorifies ISIS and other terror organizations. There are no restrictions on them; even if YouTube knows that innocent people worldwide are constantly paying with their lives. See what had happened recently in Barcelona and Turku, Finland. Both events took place within a 24- hour span.
How terrible is the friendly policy of YouTube toward ISIS and its PR. It even displays ISIS’ online publication Dabiq:
2. YouTube still allows on its platform the videos of the Yemenite top terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki and his followers. The “experts of YouTube community” do not give a damn that due to the inspiring videos of Al Awalaki, the terrorist psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan, known as the “Fort Hood Shooter,” on November 5, 2009, killed 13 American GI’s and injured more than 30. You can see al-Awlaki’s videos on You Tube here, here, and here.
The whole death machinery of ISIS and affiliated terror organizations as Al Qaida is still allowed on the platform of YouTube.
3. YouTube allows people to upload videos that depict Jews as “The Synagogue of Satan,” and YouTube has no problems with videos of this kind:
4. Why does YouTube not interfere when people are uploading terrible videos like the ones that are aimed deliberately at bringing innocent people and organizations such as the Freemasons into discredit, depicting the Freemasons as an evil satanic cult? See:
5. No one in the respectable experts group of YouTube stops people such as the ex-Ku Klux Klan leader, David Duke, from giving in his videos (here and here) opinions concerning the right of a sovereign state to exist.
The people of the country concerned do not give a damn what David Duke says or doesn’t say. Most of them are not even aware of his existence. But still: when will the community of YouTube decide to send David Duke the same notification as the one I’ve got?
6. Look at these two videos (here and here), shot at Charlottesville, Virginia on August 11, 2017. How much violence is in both videos! Furthermore, people are openly declaring war on other people. Where are the righteous “YouTube Community Guidelines” for peace and understanding?
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