Tuesday, August 07, 2018 by Mike Adams
Since yesterday’s coordinated purge of Alex Jones / InfoWars content off all the major tech platforms, REAL.video has been inundated with requests for Infowars videos.
Perhaps anticipating the coming purge, InfoWars began uploading videos to REAL.video 10 days ago, and their official channel is:
So far, about 100 videos are uploaded there, with many more coming each day.
In addition, many InfoWars fans have been uploading videos to other channels on REAL.video. We think this channel is run by InfoWars fans, but it might be another InfoWars employee. This channel has 116 videos so far:
For readers questioning why we so gladly promote InfoWars content, remember that Alex Jones and InfoWars is:
As an interesting side note, REAL.video received an email that claimed to be from the police department of the city of Berkeley, California. The email demanded REAL.video remove all Alex Jones videos, claiming a DMCA violation.
We had a good laugh.
The email is probably a hoax (we’re looking into it), but if it actually turns out to be real, that would be even more hilarious to discover the city of Berkeley thinks it has the right to cancel the First Amendment for any American citizen it names.
As another interesting note, we’ve also received word today from James Yeager, the firearms expert, who will be uploading his library of (banned) videos to REAL.video. Yeager banned all his videos back in 2017, instantly clobbering over 330,000 subscribers.
Like everybody else who’s getting banned by the anti-freedom tech giants, Yeager will be taking advantage of the REAL.video platform that protects his freedom to speak. REAL.video supports both the First and Second Amendments, by the way, and more firearms channels are welcomed.
As of last night, REAL.video is currently serving 1.1 million video minutes per week. That’s likely to explode, now that YouTube has officially banned the entire InfoWars channel and people are looking for alternative platforms.
In addition to the InfoWars content, REAL.video is currently approving 250+ new content channels each day. About 10,000 videos are live in the system, covering everything from smoothie recipes and home gardening to Bible lessons and politics.
So far, we’ve had to pull one video for a copyright violation. That video, curiously, was the “Magnitsky Act” documentary which is mired in controversy. We were hit with a coordinated takedown demand assault like I’ve never seen before, which tells me that somebody very, very powerful is threatening by that film. Sadly, we can’t allow it to remain posted since the uploader doesn’t own the copyright.
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