It’s been three years since I was last here, and to be honest, I wasn’t planning on coming back anytime soon, but the chinese virus changed all that.
Social media is corrupt. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube – they’re all shit, and yeah, I get the irony of posting this on YouTube. To me, YouTube is a temporary place to host my videos until I find something better. A way to gather the fans and migrate them somewhere else, and maybe wake up a few people along the way. YouTube took away my monetization, and to be honest, I wouldn’t take one god damn cent from these pricks after the way they’ve been treating people. Even if I had a million subscribers, you’ll never see ads on my videos, and if you do, lemme know because they means YouTube is up to more fuckery, again.
The world has shit itself, not because of a virus that kills less than 0.02%, but because greedy, corrupt, soulless cocksuckers are making a play for control. They feed you with constant fear and lies. And nothing makes me happier than knowing my videos have enraged the Left to the point where their head is ready to explode. They’re scum. Seriously, they’ve shit on everything good, and twist peoples minds around by exploiting deep and latent fears to the point where everyone is arguing with everyone else. This has to stop.
It’s the 21st century, for fuck’s sake, and people are fighting over the dumbest shit possible, when we should be coming together. Maybe it’s the devil, maybe it’s human stupidity, all I know is that this shit has to stop. Telling the truth, today, has become somewhat revolutionary. So, here I am, throwing my hat into the ring for the cause, because the lies are destroying us, and leading us down a path of slavery. and I for one would rather die a free man, than live as some little bitch under the guise of “a better world” that was designed and controlled by the left.
The fear of pain may hold you back from a joyous life. And so Dennis’s advice of the week is: Don’t take unnecessary risks, but also do not let fear, safety, or mortality completely preoccupy you. “Playing it safe” leads to its own undesired consequences—and pain is a part of life. You can’t escape it!