Friday, February 26, 2010

YouTube Harassment as Cyberwarfare

As I reported in yesterday's blog "Judyth Vary Baker: Living in Exile", I received an email stating I was going to die last night--you can see two graphics of the email plus the likely suspect, a FBI informant! It was my webmaster's opinion that my support for Judyth had something to do with it and Judyth seems to agree. This is an email I received from her:

Death threats are part of the campaign. If you are dealing with anything to do with me, sorry to say, this happens.

Today I have found out that my comments in YouTube are being deleted "immediately". I tried four times to put a comment in Nufff's channel thanking him for explaining in his blog how YouTube censor videos, and in each instance it was deleted immediately. Lola, my webmaster, also tried and got the same treatment. And the same thing happened when we tried to reply to a comment to a video that I myself uploaded to my channel last week, see blog "The Growing Influence of the 9/11 Truth Movement: The Media's Response". A comment on the excellent video "Gaza in Plain Language" was also promptly deleted.

Click the images to get bigger versions:

Comment on Nufff's channel:

Comment on Kevin Barrett's video:

Comment on "Gaza in Plain Language":

Comment on "The Men Who Killed Kennedy Episode 8 (2-5)":

And since I can't comment in YouTube, I posted a comment on Nufff's blog:


  1. Jim
    I reckon you need to think about moving your blogs from Blogspot too. Blogspot/Blogger is another Google operation and my guess is it won't be long before similar tactics to those described by nufffsaid are applied to it too. Come to think of it they probably already are.

  2. Sabretache, You may well be right about that and it may be more general that specifically Judyth related. Here is what I have received from Lola after asking her to send a link to Jerry Mazza's article, "Farid's photo a real fake. And so is he." to newspapers and magazines in New Hampshire:

    Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 00:22:23 +0000 [02/26/2010 06:22:23 PM CST]
    From: "Declan Heavey"
    Subject: Re: Delivery Status Notification (Delay)

    I sent about 7 or 8. All undelivered. Figure it out!!

    On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 12:07 AM, Mail Delivery Subsystem wrote:
    This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification



    Delivery to the following recipient has been delayed:

    Message will be retried for 1 more day(s)

    Technical details of temporary failure:
    The recipient server did not accept our requests to connect. Learn more at
    [ (1): Connection refused]

    ----- Original message -----

    MIME-Version: 1.0
    Received: by with SMTP id h4mr276060bkd.103.1267052914510; Wed,
    24 Feb 2010 15:08:34 -0800 (PST)
    Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 23:08:34 +0000
    Message-ID: <>
    Subject: In case this might interest you . . .
    From: Declan Heavey
    Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=000325557af2e18cbc048060bef5

  3. Dr. Fetzer, Youtube does not allow urls in its comments.

    If you want to put in a url you have to disguise it.

  4. Hi J.F, does the algorithm detect sarcasm? i.e.
    Humanity will survive as we are.
    Ufos don't exist.
    There is no God.
    Our Government is saving our lives.
    Austerity is the only way.
    End the riots with marshal law. Etc.
    Then using only the visual infomation to make it obvious that it's sarcasm. Use only music and sound with no dialog, use signs being flashed in view ala Bob Dilan. This sometimes is very effective to convey a powerful message anyway.
    Also, it would be useful to look at the key words in vids that have gone viral and weave them into your sarcasm.