Lol Disney just blocked my reaction to the Captain Marvel assault trailer.
Thank you for proving my point correct once again. Protect Queen Brie at all costs pic.twitter.com/WIR7TUugLH
— Jeremy (@DDayCobra) May 30, 2019
Several high profile YouTubers have recently reported that Disney issues them copyright strikes and take down notices over YouTube videos which showed and commented on the deleted scene from Captain Marvel where she batters a man and takes his motorcycle.
Here is the scene:
Disney issued in copyright claim over a video where I discussed the deleted, #CaptainMarvel scene. I used minimal footage, and no audio when discussing the actions of the male actor in that scene. pic.twitter.com/ptb7blUG02
— Matt Jarbo (@mjarbo) May 30, 2019
@DDayCobra Hey Jeremy, can you maybe help with this as I am mind boggled lol I got an email from YouTube saging my captain marvel thinks she is terminator is now blocked and cant be viewed by anyone, any idea why they did this? would apprecaite it as I have no idea with claims pic.twitter.com/JTMj9W30p0
— Julie (YouTuber) 🔮 (@wishuponavlog87) May 30, 2019
This all started as a prank from YouTuber TimCast (aka Tim Pool) who said he could get the left to defend overt Fascism by posting the deleted scene. The joke being that, at the time Captain Marvel took those actions, she was fighting for the Kree who were a rather Fascist space empire. Therefore, in the context of the story, it was acceptable that the character took those actions because she was in service to a villainous force and following orders.
However, as Tim Poole predicted, the left leaning social justice fans of Captain Marvel did not say her actions were wrong but excusable given the circumstances. Instead, they argued that her actions were simply justified because the guy was being a creepy. Thus, many a feminist applauded the scene for its “Smash the Patriarchy” stance. Of course, this reveals how in love with violence SJWS tend to be, and Disney (perhaps wisely) sought to end the discussion as soon as possible lest it reveal details about their fanbase that they did not want disclosed.
Hey @Disney, you know perfectly well that my video was transformative and you still manually ID claimed my video to block it. Pathetic. @TeamYouTube, you have got to do something about these companies abuse your system. It should be 30 hours to respond, not 30 days. Ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/Xpo2Ddbt1B
— Fan Advocacy Network (@Fan_Advocacy) May 30, 2019
Check out my video below where I discuss the situation in further depth, that is until Youtube takes it down…!