YouTube Pirate Streams - #SolutionsWatch

08/02/202125 Comments

Remember when people used to set up pirate radio stations to broadcast forbidden or controversial media to the masses? Well this is the 21st century and increasingly people are looking for ways to punch through the social media censorship algorithms to broadcast forbidden truths to the duped masses on the Big Tech platforms. Today Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond to explain how he's doing just that, broadcasting on YouTube with his TLAV Pirate Streams despite being officially banned from the platform.

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A playlist of some of the TLAV pirate streams on GooTube

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  1. Steve Smith says:

    I will certainly be happy to give James Corbett full access to my gootube channel if he can use it.
    Just let me know what you need James.

  2. Jeff says:

    Hats off to Ryan Cristian, hilarious and awesome idea. Anyone want to make the website: As a matter of fact it cuold be just a git server. People push their channels to be pirated, the any number of pirates take it until it’s taken down. And the git repo is simply maintained. A little script could check if submitted channels still exist. I’m not sure I have time to do this, but anyone attracted to this, could be great. Any lawyers out there see any holes with this idea?

  3. rheadmaeo says:

    I confess even though I normally watch the video on here, I deliberately watched this on YouTube today. More as a two finger gesture to them that I watch who I choose to watch not who they try and dictate who they think I shouldn’t watch.
    I love the idea of pirate you tube, possibly because I was born in 1955 and spent many a happy evening listening to radio Caroline on a big old Hacker wireless under the bedclothes. This obviously was to mute the sound from my parents. Most of my earnings from a morning paper round was spent on keeping it supplied with batteries. Happy days.
    What concerns me is re payments system, although I have never had a PayPal account, my monthly payment is taken out of my bank account by them. I know this has not become a problem as yet but if it should sending via mail isn’t a brilliant idea for me. The English postal service ( royal mail ) is going downhill here on UK post service, I don’t feel easy about trying to post it to another country.
    Having said that everything appears to be going downhill here. I guess I’ll have to keep my fingers crossed that PayPal stays Corbett friendly!

  4. SuperMom Belle says:

    I heard him mention this idea last week on a video BY him, but put up on Mercola’s site & my jaw kinda dropped & I kinda laughed and thought to myself – he could potentially be on there indefinitely; BRILLIANT.
    Interestingly, as I was explaining the idea to my rising 8th grader, she’s like, “oh yeah, that’ll totally work. I understand all that – it’s similar to the backup to the backup channels plan … or like [she gave a very specific example] ‘Such-in-Such’ a channel that would put up portions of xyz [a copywritten show] to view for free & when yt would finally shut her down, we’d look up keywords* to find the new channel that has the xyz [the same copywritten show], just broken up and formatted differently and posted by ‘Such-en-Such’ a channel. ‘Such & Such’ was determined to make that show available for free on yt.” (wow)
    [*keyword – usually something nonsense that looks like a simple spelling or grammar error]

    I tell ya, don’t underestimate these younger monkey-wrench-idea-throwers
    Their own frustrations & determination to watch something like SBSP when:
    it’s booted off Netflix &
    they’re mad from when Season 3 was “free on Amazon Prime” but you had to “BUY” Season 8,
    but right after they talked their grandma into paying Jeff “Bozos” for S08,
    Amazon flipped the script and S08 became “free” but
    then, ya gotta “BUY” Season 3 and…
    So, again I say, don’t underestimate these children who can see how even THEY are getting screwed over by Big Tech … ap’parent’ly, THEY might just have even more tricks up their sleeves!

  5. A57 says:


  6. A57 says:

    I’m 3 months a member of the Corbett Report and am blown away on how you all are on top of this mad take over of everything … Just wanted to say “RESPECT” to you all and am glad I found you.

  7. A57 says:

    Me to, I’ll give my info for you to use my you tube channel just let me know what to do to get it to you.

  8. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I just love flippant insouciance in the face of Authoritarianism!

    insouciancecasual lack of concern; indifference; lighthearted unconcern; a relaxed and happy way of behaving without feeling worried or guilty

    flippantnot showing a serious or respectful attitude in often a comic way

  9. Control Savvy says:

    So a credit card donation wouldn’t work? Yes, I know, you want me to use bit coin, but have credit cards blocked you?

  10. cjon says:

    Pirate radio goes back to the 60s and maybe before then when Wolfman Jack broadcast from just across the Texas border at midnight most nights. He could turn up the range of reach to all over the US. He was very funny and we loved it, especially on long car trips. You had to move the tuner around to find him because the station moved around the radio spectrum to find an open channel.
    Jack was irreverent and played great music.

    • cjon says:

      Thinking back, Wolfman Jack probably broadcast from across the California border.

    • SuperMom Belle says:

      Interesting, cjon, I’d kinda-half wondered for over a year what Bob Dylan was singing about, “Wolfman Jack, he’s speaking in tongues” & other references to him in his 17 min JFK song, “Murder Most Foul.”

    • MTL says:

      Pirate Radio goes back at least to the 1920’s
      you can even find it on the very normy wikipedia, search OFFSHORE RADIO

  11. ryan.m.h says:

    Anyone heard of this? Its supposed to be similar to rss feeds and auto uploading content *shrug*

  12. Mielia says:

    anyone German here who had to think of Shlomo/DVA Vulgäre Analyse lol?
    practically had to this for years

    although the Honigwabe solution currently seems roughly stable

  13. mkey says:

    That was a surprising development. Maybe they wanted to give you another chance to rethink your position. I’m sure you are going to take it, James.

  14. hugo.c says:

    Dear James and Community,

    Sometimes its just serendipity. Of course, like you all, I’ve been observing the efforts to subvert independent voices across media, but today I happened to hit across a few concerted sources, finishing with this lovely interview with Ryan.

    I was inspired to write an article on this problem and to weave into it elements of history and culture, as well as recent developments, as is my want.

    I hope you enjoy the narrative, analysis and cultural elements I have woven. I like to finish with a musical reference to my articles, and I hope you like the very old and not so heard classic I have chosen. But, you’re meant to read the article before you get there 🙂

    Why culture? Thats how you gain the nuture you need to cope with this sort of crap. That’s what the arts are for.

    Peace be with you. Create and love.

  15. appleking1940 says:


    Perhaps the reason they give you no reason is for liability purposes. If you know why you were kicked off it gives you a point to argue. Just like this pandemic has been done not lawfully with Congress creating laws about mandates, but by excutive order or bureaucratic edict which are not laws, but people blindly follow.

    Love your work and thanks.

  16. One of my bot accounts has been spamming truth in YouTube livestream chats nearly non-stop for a year now without being shut down.

    I used to have to cycle through accounts, but, over time, I’ve found everything their software looks for when trying to identify spam bots and countered it.

    I’m convinced there isn’t a single human at YouTube checking livestream chats.
    They leave it entirely up to their software and the person running the stream.

  17. chrro says:

    yt even heavily censors user comments.
    You can still see your comment, but no one else can.

    • MTL says:

      Many of my comments have been way to truthful, they could not tolerate them, and even I cannot see my comments there on eeeeyoootoooob, actually here we don’t have to hide it – on YouTube.

  18. sjb says:

    A softly spoken English man talks about utube algorithms while cleaning & re building his home built computer.

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