Propaganda on YouTube

Myrtonos

Member
This is a thread on reporting propaganda videos uploaded on YouTube. So any (educational) videos biased or misleading in nature. No linking to, let alone embedding the videos in question, only to channels and playlists containing such videos, please.

Examples may include channels and even individual videos advocating the Miracle Mineral solution.

Another example of a propaganda video is one by some follower of a religious movement or other advocate, where the video promotes reparative therapy as a cure for some disease or condition, or even something like homosexuality or autism, whenever most or all mainstream health and mental health professional organizations in the developed world have concluded the therapy advocated in the video is ineffective, unnecessary, or even potentially harmful.

See any propaganda, report it here!
 

Myrtonos

Member
Okay, this channel has three videos about someone's experience with the miracle mineral solution. By calling it properganda, I'm not trying to say it's intentional, but that it is misleading/deceiving in the way propaganda is.
 

Gnug215

New Member
Myrtonos said:
Okay, this channel has three videos about someone's experience with the miracle mineral solution. By calling it properganda, I'm not trying to say it's intentional, but that it is misleading/deceiving in the way propaganda is.

To anyone else seeing things... Myrtonos has been to the #lor chat, where we've already discussed a bit about this, so I'll be doing a bit of a continuation on that.

Myrto, as I mentioned in our discussion, I still think there needs to be an overall agenda and more systematic approach to actually spreading disinformation about something, or against something, in order to further that agenda.

I still contend that these people peddling MMS are simply people who have been duped by the placebo effect into thinking this product did them any good. I don't see anything systematic, or any agenda.
 
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