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YouTube Suspension for Mises Media Channel is a Good Reason to Subscribe to Rumble

Today, the Mises Institute was informed that our Mises Media YouTube channel is suspended for seven days due to two new content strikes, one for an unlisted version of Dr. Naomi Wolf’s Supporters Summit address and the other for a talk by Dr. Peter McCullough, “Modern Medicine’s Great Controversy,” which had over 100,000 views.

None of this is a surprise. The Mises Institute has long been aware that our content is a threat to many of the narratives that social media companies favor. In the past, we’ve had videos demonetized for criticizing foreign policy. Our first video taken down by YouTube was a 2020 lecture by Tom Woods on the lies used to justify covid tyranny with over 1.5 million views. These recent videos are a reminder that the censorship regime continues regarding the issue of medical freedom.

For those interested in seeing what YouTube is censoring, here is a link to Dr. McCullough’s talk. Additionally, “The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State,” is a talk by Dr. Aaron Kheriaty that we proactively kept from our YouTube page for fear of receiving a content strike. Tom Wood’s “The Covid Cult” is available at this link.

This is a good time to remind our audience that we mirror our video content on many alternative media sites, including Rumble, Bitchute, and Odysee. Given the SEC’s attack on crypto-based media platforms, including its legal assault on Odysee’s parent company, Lbry, Rumble may be one of the better platforms for supporters to utilize for consuming Mises Media content. 

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The ideas of the Mises Institute are more important now than ever before, precisely for the same reasons that make our content a target for Big Tech. We want to thank our donors who make our operations possible. Click here to become a Mises Institute member.

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