"Out of Shadows" is a documentary that was strategically released at midnight eastern on Friday, April 10, 2020. For anybody that truly feels they want to look behind the curtain and start to see what is really happening, this documentary is an absolute must. It should be the very first film people watch when looking at all seriously about uncovering so many truths that have been buried for many years.
I state that it was strategically released because it was a project that took about 5 years to complete and the creators released it to the public, free of charge, simply to get the word out about the evils that are going on in our world. This was Good Friday, heading into Easter weekend. At this time, a lot of darkness is being brought out into the light. Of all years, this is the year to enlighten people and show them information that has been kept buried in an attempt to continue brainwashing the masses and keep them ignorant to what is really happening.
I want to use this documentary as an example of something that happens very often through social media sites and with content that is uploaded through sites that is either buried or removed altogether. Within the first 24 hours of the release, the documentary amassed well over one million views. Over the course of the next week, the documentary has now had over 8.2 million views. As you will see below, as of today, April 18, 2020, when searching for "Out of Shadows" on YouTube, it indicates it has had 2 million views. So what that means is only 25% of the traffic of this documentary is actually being published and displayed through the YouTube search.
As you can see, the findings in the YouTube search credits 2 million views to the documentary. Now, let me prove reality. I saved the original link that released Out of Shadows, and used it to open the documentary on YouTube, and suddenly, the real number of views is on full display. Why is this important? Think about it, if something is averaging 1 million views a day, but is deemed "controversial" by the people running these powerful websites, wouldn't less traffic assist in burying the controversial material? This would also entice much less traffic to the content, thus allowing them to eventually bury it entirely. One day, it will likely "go missing" forever, or at least until someone that kept the downloaded version re-releases it.
Here is the findings when I opened the original link to the documentary, again, on April 18, 2020
Almost 8.3 million is a pretty big difference than 2 million, isn't it?
There have been dozens, if not hundreds of examples of "controversial" content being buried or removed entirely. It doesn't stop at YouTube, it happens on Twitter and Facebook, as well as other social media sites. Many YouTube sites have been defunded or removed from the platform citing dangerous or controversial content. Many Twitter accounts have been deleted or banned citing the same thing. The common denominator here isn't what you would think. You would think that content that would be grotesque or graphic, or even demonic would be the target of these bouts of censorship. It is actually the opposite, it is usually content that is considered "conservative" or a "conspiracy". The creator of this documentary has documented the number of likes and retweets related to this film fluctuating in a downward motion in real time. You don't believe me? Check this link out.
This is outlining the fact that sites built on information are deciding what information should be allowed for public consumption. I have seen some of the darkest and most inhumane content I have ever seen in my life on these platforms and they go completely unmolested.