YouTube banned David Icke only one day before Rose/Icke III was set to air. Icke’s 14 year old channel had about 900k subscribers, more than 1k videos, and NO STRIKES against it.
This YouTube ban came about a day after Facebook banned him and less than a month after the whole Rose/Icke II controversy.
Brian Rose from London Real released a short vlog regarding Icke’s YouTube ban in which he described the dystopian path we are on:
And your phone’s going to be tracking you everywhere. And you’re going to have points scoring how good or bad you’ve been. And your rights are going to be taken away accordingly. And that’s where we’re going. And it might sound crazy to you, but it’s happening.