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Anti-child companies that do not want our business

Posted by Baldur on Saturday, February 23 2019 at 6:15:32PM

In recent news, Google-owned Youtube is under fire for allowing young people to post innocuous videos of themselves, because some crude viewers have made unsavory comments about them. Sadly, there is nothing in attraction to children that leads automatically to intelligent or civil behavior - but while this would be widely understood as the actions of a few yahoos if the people getting such comments were adults, in this case there is a movement to punish those parties (often children) who are posting innocuous videos - which is clearly a case of discrimination against young people. Naturally this anti-child movement is justified in the minds of the public because it also targets those of us who love children.

Note also that according to the reports Youtube is voluntarily giving information about persons making such comments to the National Center for Misusing and Exploiting Children (NCMEC).

Note that 'AT&T, Nestle, GNC, Canada Goose, RB (Lysol) and Epic Games, the company behind the hugely popular video game "Fortnite," all confirmed that they were pausing their advertising as a result of the issue.'

These are companies that do NOT want us as customers. Fortunately for the purposes of avoiding supporting these companies, the one major conglomerate, Nestle, is already being widely boycotted for endangering the health of babies and profiting from child slavery. (I wasn't joking when I said they were anti-child.) This makes it easier to know which products to avoid, as there are multiple sites devoted to the boycott.


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