Have PewDiePie and other content creators found a new platform and abandon broken YouTube

Have PewDiePie and other content creators found a new platform and abandon broken YouTube

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When in the course of human events, one community, one culture, becomes so separated, so ostracized, with their rights transgressed, with no mean for redress, when the foundational members of a once-great society are outcast in the pursuit of the monetary gratification of the management class, when under the truest of terms, we who represent the common creator and viewer are expressly forbidden and ignored, when we are by all measures forced into transparency, with our existence ignored, when we, the people who made this platform, YouTube, what it is, and gave them all they have, are subjugated, when such an event should occur, the question of separation, of emancipation, of freedom from our oppressors is not solely a question of worth and merit, but a question of great import. The answer to such question be only that in our future do we see a return to the time before tyranny, to the time before corporate usurpation? The answer to this, is nay. Our once-great society is gone. Yet it is time we form another, it is time we build a platform, of, by, and for content creators and viewers, it’s time we found a new beginning, one based on the freedoms seek, one lead by a union of the many, not the authority of the few. YouTube as we know it, is dead. Join with me brothers and sisters, founders of our new home, frontiersmen on a righteous journey, in calling for a new platform, where we can build our once-great society, once again. 

 


We must urge those weary to lead, into leadership, we must convince those weary to leave, to leave. We must build from the ashes a new home, where we can flourish. 

 


TL;DR

We need pewdiepie and other popular creators to found a new YouTube. 

 

 

 

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