YouTube and Google is helping hide the crimes of the Chinese Communist Party. Over the years, we’ve been hit hard with demonetization, age restriction, or even had videos removed. And I’ve noticed a pattern to what gets flagged—any footage from China that makes the Communist Party look bad. They say we violate the vague YouTube Community Guidelines. But is that really what’s going on? Or is it something much sinister? And yes, this episode is demonetized…
If YouTube/Google is okay with brutality, abuse and genocide in China, imagine how happy they would be when it happens (against Whites) in North-West Europe, North America, Australia and South Africa.
The same goes for MSM.
Wojcicki was involved in the founding of Google, and became Google’s first marketing manager in 1999. She later led the company’s online advertising business and was put in charge of Google’s original video service. After observing the success of YouTube, Wojcicki proposed the acquisition of YouTube by Google in 2006, and has served as CEO of YouTube since 2014.
Wojcicki has an estimated net worth of $580 million.
Susan Diane Wojcicki was born on July 5, 1968 to Esther Wojcicki, an educator of Jewish descent, and Stanley Wojcicki, a Polish American physics professor at Stanford University. She has two sisters: Janet Wojcicki, (PhD, anthropologist and epidemiologist) and Anne Wojcicki, founder of 23andMe.
Wojcicki has been an advocate for several causes, including the expansion of paid family leave, the plight of Syrian refugees, countering gender discrimination at technology companies, and getting girls interested in computer science and prioritizing coding in schools.