YouTube is quite mad, you know; and yet…
A friend just told me that among the most watched YouTube channels in the world, several are in the category of:
The host sits there and unpacks a box.
Maybe the latest and greatest doll is in it.
“Wow, here it is. The Jimmy X-47 doll. Beautiful.”
The host then checks it out. Every single feature. And describes it.
Or maybe he unpacks a box with a new tech gadget in it.
“Whoa. Here’s the latest version of the Y-236-C video camera…”
He spends time examining and talking about all the features of that object.
Hundreds of millions of views.
I thought: why not take advantage of this trend?
Of course, my mind goes to unusual places.
I want to see a YouTube channel called PEDOPHILE IN A BOX.
First of all, it has to be a person who is currently serving a long sentence in prison. The guy was convicted on unassailable evidence. No ifs or buts.
In each video, the host unpacks a box and pulls out a large blow-up photo of a pedophile’s face. He names the pedo. He then talks about the pedo’s facial features—and what they might reveal about the man’s character.
Then, the host runs down the crimes committed by the pedophile. In detail. Massive detail.
I think it would be a hit.
Lots of people want to know more about these creatures. They should know more.
Of course, all sorts of people on the Left would start screaming about unfair treatment of these heinous men. That’s good. It promotes the channel.
YouTube might censor the channel. Even better. More publicity. Move to a friendly platform.
The host of the channel would talk about all the critics who are against exposing pedophiles. The people who want “fair treatment” of child rapists.
This conversation is vital. It lets the public know how deep in criminality the Left swims—in its beloved brackish foul repellent waters.