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Planet X Fear Porn – An Insidious Evil
« on: August 06, 2017, 11:01:48 PM »
Something I’ve heard about from those of you who follow my work is as growing trend of Planet X videos with reckless reporting, mash ups, re-posts and abusive edits of videos I’ve published on YouTube.

Have I filed complaints on this? Of course, but they are ignored, and the interesting thing is YouTube will not let me advertise on videos that I post. Yet, when they are used in abusive mash ups, the offending channels are free to advertise using my content. It’s the life.

However, what I see now is something I have never seen since I first created my YouTube channel on September 17, 2006. A new type of Planet X fear porn and it is not about a few greedy idiots or trolls doing it. Rather, this is the product of an insidious evil, and an agenda to control access to Planet X information. Where does this lead? To a much broader intention. That being, to cause as many the deaths as possible during the Planet X tribulation.

The people behind this Planet X fear porn manipulation have power much like the communist government of China, with the ability to force companies like Apple and Google to subvert the privacy of their users and to throttle free speech.

In this article, I’m going to explain to you how the pieces interconnect.

Is there anything to be done to stop this? No. This does not mean, you are powerless to effect change for the better and I will share with you a simple way to do that. But first, you need to understand what is going and where it is headed.

http://yowusa.com/2017/08/planet-x-fear-porn/

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Re: Planet X Fear Porn – An Insidious Evil
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2017, 05:24:17 AM »
Yes, those trigger words are an immediate turn-off to me, and frankly help me to sift through the daily muck that much more quickly, as those titles stand out and can be weeded out of the mix. 

The titles that usually are not worth bothering with tend toward having all caps, mangled English, lots of the color red, a plethora of exclamation points, and yes, lots of reading things into clouds that may or may not actually be there.  Often all this drama exists as a hook to get the viewer to watch a video on an entirely different topic, which is perhaps the biggest abuse of people's time.

One film this past weekend, I believe by Olson and Steiger, was praising you Marshall.  Though the narrators were Evangelical Christians, they remarked that your work stands apart from the crowd, because your sincerity and concern for others are evident to them.