Google’s new environment for content creators has reached a new point of no return. YouTube and parent company Google reportedly plan to demonetize all content from so-called “climate deniers.”
Marc Morano, Marc Milloy, and Steven Milloy are climate experts. They blasted Google/YouTube over allegedly vowing to block ads for videos questioning climate. “This is Big Tech Collusion with the government,” Morano stated. “Google’s demonetization is an admission that we are winning, a treasure far more valuable than Google ad revenue,” Milloy said.
Climate Depot publisher Morano said, “Google is simply doing the bidding of the federal government and global groups like WHO and the UN. Google has a policy in place that you can’t disagree with claims made by your government and quasi-governmental organizations. This is Big Tech collusion with the government.”
Morano compared the Google/YouTube climate video ban to recent COVID-19 restrictions: “They have labeled as ‘misinformation’ any COVID claims that were not in line with WHO, and now they will do the same with any climate claims that are not in line with the UN climate panel.” Morano said, “For decades the progressive movement has tried to impose and sought a one-party state in America. Climate activists [like]Tom Friedman, pages The New York Times extolled the virtues of China’s one-party system.”
He continued: “When COVID came along, they were able to achieve their long-sought vision of no dissent under essentially a one-party state in the once free West. John Stossel has already faced the wrath of the climate censors of Big Tech.” Morano warned, “Big Tech has shut down COVID lockdown dissent [and] vaccine mandate dissent, and now they have their sights set on climate ‘denial.’” Morano also indicated he fears his video series, the Morano Minute, will soon be banned.
Milloy, founder of JunkScience.com, told MRC Free Speech America, “Demonetization of websites that expose the climate hoax does nothing but validate what climate realists have been saying for years: It’s not about the climate; it’s about the political power. We would have been ridiculed on the Internet if we said something that was incorrect. Instead, reality is validating us and public support for climate idiocy is going nowhere.”
Milloy even added that “Google’s move will have no effect on climate realist web sites for the simple reason that the ad revenue is pretty trivial.” “We do it because we oppose the abuse of science, especially as it is being used to advance totalitarianism.”
Google and YouTube will no longer allow ads or creator payments which allegedly contradict “‘well-established scientific consensus around the existence and causes of climate change,’ the company’s ads team said in a statement,” reported Axios. Google promised to consider “context” and said it consulted “experts,” including from the United Nations, Axios wrote. Axios called the move “one of the most aggressive measures any major tech platform has taken” regarding climate change.
YouTube and Google are expanding censorship via demonetization. YouTube also reported that it has demonetized hunting and fishing videos. Grabien, “which provides a suite of tools for newsmakers and curates its own original news content,” had its channel on YouTube demonetized in August. Google demonetized the aforementioned channel. Daily MailPiers Morgan column criticizing Simone Biles’ abandonment of fellow U.S. Gymnasts at Tokyo Olympics in August.
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