Real.Video: Man Who Had Entire YouTube Channel Deleted Announces “Answer To YouTube Censorship”
Natural News’ Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, recently had his YouTube channel deleted, but if you know Mike, you know he is always thinking ahead and how to thwart the growing beast of tyranny in America, and he’s getting ready to launch a new video platform that simply cannot be censored by any entity like YouTube in the future.
So, what’s this new platform, you ask? It’s called Real.Video.
Real.Video is a p2p file sharing infrastructure for videos and other content (it also supports audio files, PDF files, text files and HTML files). Importantly, Real.Video is not a video hosting site because any centralized hosting platform would be subjected to intense censorship, legal harassment, government raids and all the usual tactics pursued by totalitarian regimes (i.e. the “left cult” in America today) to silence opposition and crush free speech.
Rather, Real.Video provides a way for people to receive free speech videos, podcasts and documents which are specifically not hosted on any central server anywhere. Thus, they cannot be easily censored or shut down.
Content creators — i.e. independent writers, broadcasters and indy news leaders — are being invited to create channels in this system. Any videos or podcasts they publish to their channels are automatically replicated through the entire system, achieving delivery to your Windows PC, Mac laptop, Android or iPhone device. This bypasses censorship and brings you files which you can then archive for long-term safety and privacy.
Does he have any support? You betcha!
Already, Adams has his own Natural News establishing a channel, along with InfoWars, Next News Network, Activist Post, SGT Report and The Gateway Pundit. Those are heavy hitters in alternative media and have all been targeted by YouTube, and yes, I’ve also applied for an account that will be established under Reformed Media.
“Most astonishingly, we have been able to engineer this system with such efficiencies that we will not need to charge anyone to use it,” Adams writes. “To confirm: Content creators can use the system for free, and end users can also use the system for free.”
“The reason this is possible is because we aren’t paying for much bandwidth, since the topology of the p2p sharing ecosystem relies on “peer bandwidth” to achieve file replication,” he added. “In other words, the very people using the system are the ones providing the bandwidth that’s needed.”
Setting up a channel is not a “free for all” Adams says. Instead, content creators are “invited.” How do you get an invitation? Easy, just go to Real.Video and enter your email.
The process of establishing the site will take several months, according to Adams.
Additionally, Adams is not trying to compete with other alternatives to YouTube such as D.Tube and Bitchute.com. Rather, Real.Video will simply be another alternative and exist alongside them with a different technology backing it, one that does not require a central server.
“Furthermore, Real.Video is not an ICO. It’s not some vaporware VC pipe dream, either. The underlying technology that powers Real.Video has been in existence for at least a decade, and it is mature and widely deployed for other applications. Our innovation is tweaking this technology for protecting the free speech of independent media journalists, scientists and holistic health practitioners.”
Adams has long stood against the likes of Amazon and Google in trying to promote an alternative warehouse of goods for consumers, as well as advertising of those products and benefits to content creators. His .news sites was a big step in that direction, and this will take things a step further.
He also has created his own search engine, GoodGopher.com
Adams believes that chaos is growing in America and will probably end in civil unrest. Much of that is due to the propaganda and violations of the Constitution by the media and the politicians at both the state and federal levels.
As a result of censorship of those calling out the lies of the narratives Americans are being fed day in and day out in the media, and yes, even “conservative media” at times, Adams believes it is time to fight back and fight back smart.
Google, the parent company behind YouTube, is fighting against those who take a lawful stand against the beast by exercising their freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Adams says it’s time we face Goliath and hurl a rock.
“Google is at war with humanity. It’s time that humanity fought back against evil and oppression.”
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost