The anti-SJW YouTube channel, Top Hats & Champagne Bar, has been terminated by YouTube for “hate speech”.
On March 23rd, 2019 Falko von Falkner tweeted out that his popular YouTube channel, Top Hats & Champagne Bar, had been terminated for “hate speech”.
Well, YouTube closed my channel for ‘hate speech’. pic.twitter.com/5giSg0NDYY
— Inane Champagne 🇦🇹🇦🇺🇵🇱🇺🇸 (@thachampagne) March 24, 2019
If you’re unable to read the message in the tweet, it states…
“We’d like to inform you that due to repeated or severe violations of our Community Guidelines […] your YouTube account The Top Hats and Champagne Bar has been suspended.
“After review we determined that activity in your account violated our Community Guidelines, which state that hate speech is not acceptable on our site. “Hate speech” means content that promotes harted or violence against members of a protected group (race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, and sexual orientation/gender identity).
“Please be aware that you are prohibited from accessing, possessing or creating any other YouTube accounts. For more information about account terminations and how our Community Guidelines are enforced, please visit our Help Center. […]”
If you attempt to visit the Top Hats YouTube channel, it’s completely gone; all the videos. There’s simply a message stating that the channel has been terminated for “Hate speech”, not unlike what happened to Mumkey Jones, who had his channels terminated for “Hate speech” back in December of 2018.
We don’t exactly know which videos on the channel violated YouTube’s guidelines, but it’s possible that ideological opponents of Top Hats & Champagne mass-reported the channel to get it taken down. Then again, it could have been an employee at YouTube who simply did not like the channel’s content and decided to terminate it. There was no clarification on what content that Top Hats produced that actually violated their “hate speech” rules.
Google announced back in 2016 that they would be cracking down on “hate speech” and have slowly been increasing what “hate speech” means in order to censor individuals, websites, and channels that don’t align with their regressive agenda.
Now Top Hats & Champagne wasn’t one of those hardcore anti-SJW channels. It was definitely more moderate but followed the rule of common sense. The channel regularly called out the SJW agenda for what it was with a bit of humor and satire, and now it’s gone.
Some organized groups also went after TheQuartering recently by attempting to get his content pulled where he criticized game developers and Social Justice Warriors using the Christchurch shooting to blame #GamerGate.
— TheQuartering (@TheQuartering) March 23, 2019
There has been an increase in attacks on the gaming community and calls for censorship of YouTube channels, websites, and video games in order to lock down ideological hegemony on all shared content and ideas. This escalation started after the New Zealand Christchurch shooting. In fact, this was all part of the shooter’s plan to create widespread censorship across the internet and increase division and tension to the point that it results in a civil race war.
Top Hats & Champagne is another in a long line of anti-censorship and pro-freedom of speech pundits who has been hit by Google under their nebulous “hate speech” policy. Expect the censorship to continue to escalate, just like the Christchurch shooter wanted, until there’s either government intervention, national suppression, or public revolt.
For now, Falko von Faulkner will be appealing the decision in hopes of getting his channel restored. He’s also currently working with a team to finish up his point-and-click, cyberpunk adventure called Born Punk, which was Kickstarted back in February.
Many content creators are being encouraged to move to alternate video hosting platforms such as Bitchute.com in order to give YouTube some form of competition. However, many alternative video hosting sites don’t last long given that payment processors either deplatform them or they get shut down by the competition.
(Thanks for the news tip Blaugast)