Remnant TV received the following notice in its inbox this week:
"After manually reviewing your video, we've confirmed that it isn't suitable for all advertisers. As a result, it will continue to run limited or no ads."
REMNANT COMMENT: While in London last month I had the pleasure of meeting a young Catholic priest from Libya who was staying in the parish house of an old priest priest friend I've known for 25 years. I asked him about this incident, as well as the conspiracy theory which has it that the event depicted in this video is a staged bit of theater dramatizing an event that never actually occurred. The priest was shocked to hear this, and surmised that such a theory would almost have to be the work of open borders /pro-Muslim immigration propagandists.
According to my Libyan priest source, there is absolutely no doubt the 21 Coptic Christians were brutally martyred by ISIS. He even presented me with a copy of a well known icon that names the martyrs and is designed to help raise awareness of what happened to them.
So why would YouTube single out this particular RTV video to flag and demonetize? There is no exaggeration here, no violence, no nudity, no obscenity (as if the soft-porn peddling YouTube would care about that). We simply showed our viewers what happened to these young men in Libya.
In fact, for those who missed it, here it is again:
Is the video sharing giant actually going to take steps to cover up the plight of persecuted Christians worldwide? If so, why? Is it because Christian persecution worldwide upsets the NWO/Soros-narrative? Is YouTube Christophobic?
Whatever the case may be, we'll not be backing down. Remnant TV stands in solidarity with our persecuted Christian brothers all around the world. The persecution is very real, and we're committed to adding our voice to those of the brave men and women attempting to raise awareness of what is happening to Christians worldwide, even if that means the powers that be will attempt to silence us in the process.
Christians must speak out now -- while we still have the luxury of being allowed to do so.