Unbelievable: YouTube censures Polish government video

 
Unbelievable: YouTube censures Polish government video
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The Polish Ministry of Interior's short video about the negative effects of third world immigration to Europe, has became too much for YouTube. The American site has now classified the video as "offensive" and severely restricted its spread:

"Certain features have been disabled for this video. In response to user reports, we have disabled some features, such as comments, sharing, and suggested videos, because this video contains content that may be inappropriate or offensive to some audiences."

In the dramatic information film, the ministry tells us how "the largest mass immigration" ever has hit Europe in recent years.

The government praises itself for stopping the former government's "harmful decision to let immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa" into Poland, and for fighting against the EU's attempts to introduce compulsory asylum quotas for member states.

The Swedish YouTube profile "En Arg Blatte Talar" has responded strongly to the censorship, and uploaded the video to his own channel, with his own comments and subtitles added. He believes that the official Polish video has ended up in what he calls "YouTube's Gulag."

"I think it's simply sensational to censor a whole government, as YouTube has done," he says.




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