Mark Dice has never cowered when it comes to exposing the powers and propaganda of the New World Order. Unfortunately for Mark, the government doesn't share in his crusade recently deleting Mark's Youtube channel.
According to Mark Dice's Facebook Page, Mark's primary Youtube channel, consisting of 265,000 subscribers, over 800 videos, and 55 million views, was shut down. Mark then continued to discuss his possible options, which included suing Youtube for a breach of contract.
So if Mark Dice's Youtube channel doesn't violate any guidelines, why was it shut down? The answer might be in a report written by the Wall Street Journal. According to the report, Google has given roughly 200 people and organizations, including a British police unit, the ability to "flag" up to 20 Youtube videos, at once, to be reviewed for violating site guidelines. This also includes the U.K. Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit, which has been using its "super flagger" authority to seek out reviews and remove videos and channels considered to be extremist.
Still, Google said in the end, they are the full authority on channels that are deleted. A spokesperson for the company stated:
Any suggestion that a government or any other group can use these flagging tools to remove YouTube content themselves is wrongThough many follow Mark Dice, many others consider Mark to be a threat, especially the music industry and government. Mark's videos exposing the Illuminati in the music industry (especially Jay-Z, Beyonce, Eminem, Lady GaGa, and Kanye West) and the government's Orwellian agenda, especially with the NSA, have caused quite a bit of debate and controversy.
Probably, Mark Dice's most popular videos are his "Man On The Street" series. What Mark usually does is interact with miscellaneous people through signing a petition. The cause of the petition, however, will usually be something violating the Constitution. For example, Mark Dice once presented a petition to remove the 3rd Amendment, as reported here on The Inquisitr.
Mark Dice is holding on strong, letting his Youtube fans know of his secondary Youtube channel through the video below.
[Image via Mark Dice's official Facebook Page]