Stefan Molyneux Mourns The Loss Of His Audience After YouTube And Twitter Bans

Last summer, white supremacist and self-described philosopher Stefan Molyneux was banned from both YouTube and Twitter. On his YouTube channel, which boasted nearly one million followers, Molyneux uploaded hundreds of videos in which he attacked women, promoted scientific racism and white nationalism, and rubbed shoulders with prominent extremists.

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Mark Collett Lashes Out At Conservatives After Twitter Ban

In a November 11, 2020 livestream, British Neo-Nazi Mark Collett confirmed what many of his fans already knew: Twitter had suspended his account. At the time of his suspension — which appears to have been November 10 — Collett had amassed roughly 60,000 followers. He had also been retweeted by prominent conservatives, including Ann Coulter and Rep. Steve King of Iowa.

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YouTube Finally Bans Racist Podcaster Nick Fuentes

Yesterday it was reported that Nick Fuentes, a virulently racist and antisemitic podcaster, had finally been suspended from YouTube for violating the platform’s ban on hate speech. Continue reading “YouTube Finally Bans Racist Podcaster Nick Fuentes”

‘It’s Dire’: Jim Goad Worries About White Supremacists Being Deplatformed And Losing Control Of The Streets

It’s no secret by this point that deplatforming white supremacists by taking down their social media accounts, websites, and podcasts has been an effective strategy for dealing with the alt-right. Continue reading “‘It’s Dire’: Jim Goad Worries About White Supremacists Being Deplatformed And Losing Control Of The Streets”