The major Hungarian Counterjihad site Dzsihádfigyelo has been under increasing pressure for several years from the international tech giants. Its resistance to Islamization is considered acceptable within the Hungarian milieu — which allows complete freedom of the press — but it violates politically correct norms west of the Iron Curtain.
Now its YouTube channel has been deleted. Here’s the report sent by Dzsihádfigyelo:
Major Hungarian Counterjihad YouTube Channel with 4 m. Plus Views Gets Deleted by YouTube Before the EU Elections
Under pressure: Hungary in the crosshairs of the globalists since the country has openly resisted the hijra
On January 10, 2019, YouTube shut down the channel of the Hungarian Dzsihádfigyelo blog, the most significant counterjihad news site in the country.
The videos on the channel had had more than four million total views and had been regularly embedded in the news articles of the Hungarian right-wing media (888.hu, Mandiner, Ripost, Magyar Idok, Pesti Srácok, etc; dzsihadfigyelo.com/about-2).
During the last two years, the leftist-Islamic alliance has tirelessly reported our YouTube videos, and in December 2018 we got two warnings within two weeks. (An example: we got warnings for this Tommy Robinson video: bitchute.com/video/WWlqBQqOIm8). Moreover, some of the reported videos had been up on the channel for several years.
Then, to avoid losing the 450 videos and all our subscribers, we temporarily suspended the channel until the 3-month warning expired. To no avail: during the second month of our voluntary suspension, the channel was permanently deleted by YouTube — apparently for no reason.
So the channel had not been active since it had been suspended for one month and nobody could see it — how could anyone possibly report any video on it? … It goes to show that this again is a planned attack against the Hungarian counterjihad.
Back in 2017, Dzsihádfigyelo’s Facebook page was deleted six months before the Hungarian elections. (gellerreport.com/2017/11/facebook-jihad-hungary.html) And now its YouTube channel — curiously — was shut down six months before the EU elections, too — can it be a coincidence? …
Seemingly, the big social media platforms are not only censoring right-wing opinions, but they are interfering in the elections as well.
Since Hungary has openly resisted the Islamic invasion, it has been under pressure from all sides: EU institutions, the globalist mainstream media of the West, and social media platforms have been attacking the country.