Alex Jones took to Instagram to issue a message urging InfoWarriors to immediately subscribe to PewDiePie to help the YouTube star defeat the “tyrannical” T-Series.
YouTube superstar PewDiePie has been in a tight competition for YouTube subscribers with the Indian video corporation T-Series for weeks, creating a series of videos and songs and inspiring a guerilla movement among his fans to spread the word and encourage others to subscribe to the independent content creator.
On Tuesday morning, Alex Jones took to his Instagram account to instruct his followers to immediately subscribe to PewDiePie to prove a point to YouTube.
“Everyone must subscribe to PewDiePie in his war against the tyrannical T-Series right now,” Jones said in the short video, “He’s the next target.”
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Jones continued, seeming to relate to his own experiences with censorship at the hands of Big Tech and the mainstream media, “The New York Times, the New York Magazine, are all calling for him to be removed off of the air because they hate independent media,” Jones said, “Which is like, ‘Ready Player One,’ for real.”
Jones reiterated that PewDiePie has made himself a target for the powers that be, and commanded the InfoWarriors watching the video to immediately subscribe to PewDiePie on YouTube.
“The whole global corporate system is trying to bring down PewDiePie. He’s the next target,” said Jones, “So all InfoWarriors have got to go to YouTube right now and subscribe and make him too big to ban.”
PewDiePie made headlines this week after Buzzfeed and a coalition of other mainstream news outlets attempted and failed to smear the YouTuber as an anti-Semite, leading his fans to “hack” the Wall Street Journal, and to one high school teacher having a public meltdown and telling students that retweeting PewDiePie might get them sued.
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