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You Can't Watch This follows the lives of five high profile conservatives and political dissidents banished from the online world. After introducing each character, the movie recounts how each person came to lose their access to social media and the affect it had on them. With their stories told, each person goes on to discuss the broader issues raised by their deplatforming. Gavin McInnes talks about the necessity for social media for journalists, Laura Loomer describes how there is a war for information - and for access to it. Tommy Robinson questions the morality of mainstream politicians lobbying social media platforms to stop those looking for certain accounts gaining access to them before Paul Joseph Watson explains how the impacts of social media politics are spilling over to affect apolitical creators like Shane Dawson or James Charles. The movie ends asking the question, what form will social media take in ten years time - and how much of a monopoly will it hold on all of our...
The definition of propaganda and not a real documentary
Watch this documentary without knowing any of these people are I can understand how you may feel sorry for these characters because this documentary does a great job only showing one side of the story it asks no hard questions they just left the protagonists whinge like little cry babies While not accepting any responsibility for their actions and gloss over the reasons why they were banned social media. this is not a documentary purely propaganda the producer of this documentary is also Tommy Robinson's ex cameraman(Caolan Robertson) so it's easy to see where the biased comes from. if you enjoy hate mongers wallowing in self-pity then this is a film for you otherwise stay well clear of this nonsense Or at least do your homework on who these people really are and don't be fooled by this sorry excuse for a film.
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