Hitler’s Ghost Praises YouTube For Removing Dracul Van Helsing Video

June 5, 2019 at 10:38 pm (Commentary, Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Vampire novel, Video, videos) (, , , , , , )

Hitler’s Ghost Praises YouTube For Removing Dracul Van Helsing Video

British MP Renfield R. Renfield in his speech at Portsmouth England began his address by saying, “Today YouTube marked the 75th anniversary of Allied forces leaving from here to invade Normandy to liberate Nazi occupied Europe by removing a video that my friend Dracul Van Helsing made and posted to YouTube 11 years ago called Adolf Hitler: The Pied Piper of Evil.
No doubt calling Adolf Hitler a pied piper of evil marks the epitome of intolerance in the politically correct opinion of the imbeciles who govern YouTube.
A week ago, Dracul Van Helsing received an email saying that his video Adolf Hitler: The Pied Piper of Evil had been flagged after 11 years of being on YouTube and that after a review, the comments on the video had been disabled.
After further review by the pot smoking and cannabis cookie eating review team at YouTube, today the video was removed from YouTube for violating community standards to the effect that no video should “promote hatred against individuals or identifiable groups of people”.
Having viewed the video several times myself, I can safely say that the only individual who might possibly have had hatred promoted against him was an individual by the name of Adolf Hitler and the only group that might have hatred directed against them in the video were the Nazis.
I think this shows the danger of having monolithic groups such as Facebook and YouTube and Google deciding what constitutes hate speech and even most governments today since the heads of most of these corporations and governments have no real knowledge of history or philosophy or literature or what constitutes that style of genre known as satire.
They are for the most part guided in their decisions by groups and individuals who are all too easily offended and for the most part when one gets down to the true nitty gritty of the matter, they are usually individuals and groups who deserve to be offended and would be in any society or civilization where common sense still prevailed.”

Meanwhile down in Hades’ realm, Hitler’s ghost was reading an editorial statement on MNN – Mephistopheles News Network- showering praise on YouTube for removing the aforesaid DraculVanHelsing channel video called Adolf Hitler: The Pied Piper of Evil.

Hitler’s ghost: Ja, by calling me a pied piper of evil, he was being intolerant, ja.
He was promoting hatred, ja.
By showing still photos of both the Nuremberg rallies and the way I mesmerized the crowds while passing them in motorcades on the streets of German cities and then having the ABBA song The Piper play in the background in this video of still photos, he was being both hateful and intolerant towards me and my Party.

Have you heard those ABBA lyrics ?

“They came from the hills
And they came from the valleys and the plains
They struggled in the cold
In the heat and the snow and in the rain
Came to hear him play
Play their minds away”

Dracul Van Helsing was implying that all those people who came from all over Germany to hear me speak, that I was playing their minds away.

He was being intolerant and hateful in making such an assertion, ja.

“We’re all following a strange melody
We’re all summoned by a tune
We’re following the piper
And we dance beneath the moon
We’re following the piper
And we dance beneath the moon for him
And we dance beneath the moon 
Sub luna saltamus”

By implying that the German people were all following a strange melody and strange tune when they heard me speak, Dracul Van Helsing was being intolerant, ja.
He was promoting hatred, ja.

“He gave them a dream
He seduced everybody in the land
The fire in his eyes”

How dare Dracul Van Helsing say that I seduced everybody in the land?
He’s implying that I was a mystical mesmerizing and hypnotic demagogue.
He’s being intolerant, ja.
He’s promoting hatred, ja.

“And the fear was a weapon in his hand
So they let him play
Play their minds away”

How dare that Dracul Van Helsing say that I used the German people’s fears as a weapon in my hand?
That I used that fear to play their minds away?
He’s being intolerant, ja.
He’s promoting hatred, ja.

All I can say in conclusion is that I doff mein hat to YouTube for removing such a hateful intolerant video.

-A commentary 
and vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Wednesday June 5th

Mrs. Muir from the 1947 film The Ghost and Mrs. Muir encounters two new ghosts: The Ghost of Stupidity Present in the form of a YouTube executive and Hitler’s ghost


  1. janowrite said,

    Wow – sounds like a great video. Alas, this kind of PC censorship has taken over Facebook, Twitter, all the platforms. Everything is “hate speech” if someone (whose teachers have all taught him to be Offended) says he is “triggered.” People are “triggered” today if the wind blows. I appreciated your post (as always).

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thanks very much, Jan.

      Yes, I had never thought of that – that these days students are being taught to be offended.

      My dad was a schoolteacher but he taught students math, science, history, geography, reading, writing, spelling and literature.

      He never taught them how to be offended.

      • janowrite said,

        Yes – we used to learn real subjects. I don’t think those are taught these days, or at least not as we know them. 😒😊💕

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, when I watch local news stories about public school students of all ages engaged in some form of public protest about something or other – I think the only subject being taught these days is how to protest. 😎

      • janowrite said,

        So it would seem! (Sorry, I don’t seem to have an Antifa emoji 😁)

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        LOL @ Antifa emoji. 😃

  2. Henry Lewis said,

    We’ve definitely entered new frontier where freedom of speech is concerned.

  3. annieasksyou said,

    This is a tough one for me, Christopher—card-carrying member of the ACLU and reverer of the First Amendment to the US Constitution that I am (not to mention admirer of good satire).

    I do know that mass killers have said they’ve been inspired by things they’ve seen online,
    and I wonder if that doesn’t cross the line into shouting “fire” in a crowded theater. Plus, it’s obvious to me that these platforms have too much control over what content does and does not reach us. This was not the intention of a wide open Internet. So I am uncomfortably ambivalent about your post, though I think you’re covering an important topic that demands further exploration.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, like Ted Bundy saying that reading Playboy and Penthouse when he was a teen-ager eventually led him down the road to becoming a serial killer.

      Where does one draw the line?

      • annieasksyou said,

        I wish I had an answer to that, but I don’t; hence my ambivalence.

        But fortunately, we don’t see many Ted Bundys. These mass killers seem to be inspiring one another.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        They are.

        Mainly by watching one another’s videos and those videos posted by livestream.

        Such as the New Zealand killer posted.

        When I was active on YouTube making videos 10 and 11 years ago, there wasn’t much livestraming going on.

        Most of the videos were pre-recorded or pre-made and then uploaded.

        I’ve always thought we’re living in an era like Weimar Republic Germany where totalitarians on both the right and left are battling one another and both sides stifling free speech in the process.

        You’ve got the ironic situation of the tech giant corporate owners being ultra capitalist in their pocket books and bank accounts but being ultra leftist and leftist totalitarian in their ideology.

        And using that power to remove the free speech of those whose views they don’t agree with.

        Although Voltaire himself never actually said it, a pseudo-Voltaire did say, “I disagree with what you say but I’ll defend to your death the right to say it.”

        That saying is not believed in by many of the tech giant corporate CEOs and even most of the leading politicians and most of the powerful figures in the news media.

      • annieasksyou said,

        I hear ya, but I think the tech giants are quite apolitical when it comes to what they show: they’d happily show anything they can monetize. They’re being forced to rein in by govt and public opinion. Whether that’s good , bad, or somewhere in between is the point I find so difficult.

        At the same time, the really radical far right is embracing free speech for the first time because they’re finally happily and unashamedly visible—in no small part, I believe, due to the person in the White House and his ilk worldwide.

        Do you get access to the Sunday NY Times? There’s a lengthy, interesting article: “The Making of a YouTube Radical: How the Site’s Algorithm Played Into the Hands of the Far Right.”

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        No, I don’t have access to the New York Times site.

  4. annieasksyou said,

    Here’s the link:

  5. David Redpath said,

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph
    evil is for good men to be censored by
    pot smoking and cannabis cookie eating
    politically correct imbeciles.”
    ~ Edmund Beserkergang Bourke 😎

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Edmund Beserkergang Bourke was always one who knew how to pack a good wallop with a wonderful twist of phrase. 😎

  6. David Redpath said,

    Christopher, you’ve just reminded me
    of a top secret ASIO file I recently read
    regarding one Jeremy B. Corbyn.
    It stated that he had never met a
    Holocaust Denier, or an Anti-Semite
    he didn’t like. Perhaps it’s a good thing
    that he hasn’t agreed to another early
    British election. The first opposition
    leader, that I can remember, to do so!?

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Yes, Jeremy Corbyn has the Nazi Goodhousekeeping Seal of Approval.

      Hence the reason why some members of his own Labour Party don’t want to see him move into 10 Downing Street.

      • annieasksyou said,

        Scary times when we have to worry about the leader of Labour moving in to Ten Downing Street with the Nazi’s Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.

        Poor Winston’s ghost. Poor humanity!

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Very much so, Annie.

        I imagine the ghost of Winston has been saying a lot to Renfield about that terrifying possibility.

      • annieasksyou said,

        And I shall look forward to your report of the results of that encounter…

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