Change the Youtube comment section back to its original form.

    1. Petition by

      John Doe

      Arlington, TX

Google is forcing us to make google+ accounts and invading our social life to comment on a youtube video and trying to take away our anonymous profile. They are also trying to censor us unless we share the same worldview as they do.

New information has been brought to me by one of the supporters of this petition that their account was suspened by google for telling people about this petiton. Just another reason to sign this petiton.

If you want to spread this petiton around Youtube, make sure to do it on a seperate account because others have told me people have been suspended for shareing this petiton with others.

This link is all of Google's locations given to me by a very generous person, it might help some people.

http://www.google.com/intl/en/about/company/facts/locations/

 

 

 

To:
Change the Youtube comment section back to its original form.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Peter Lundman BORåS, SWEDEN
      • about 6 hours ago

      I want to change name on my youtube-account. I want the same name as my own company on my already working youtube-account. And it has to be easier to just ban those retards that can´t behave in comment sections? The idea with google+ has a noble thought to it, but they "punish" us that can behave..

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    • Peter Kim WATERLOO, CANADA
      • about 22 hours ago

      because youtube won't let me fricking coment

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    • Ernie Golubev AUSTRALIA
      • 1 day ago

      Youtube has gone downhill since the Google+ integration

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    • Saku Hietamäki HELSINKI, FINLAND
      • 1 day ago

      To get our old normal accounts back!

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    • jack gold KISLINGBURY, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 1 day ago

      had to close my youtube account beacuse of this why take a working system and mess it up

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