On Sunday, YouTuber Calum Long-Collins announced he would be effectively shutting down the channel EnglishShooting, a YouTube channel that racked up more than 15,000 subscribers and more than 12 million views in the past four years. Long-Collins said the police had marked his YouTube channel as a "forum of extremism," and that he had to "show the police that I am a fit character to own firearms within the U.K." PJMedia "I was told that due to repeated comments from other people on the videos [police] felt that the channel was a forum of extremism and it was promoting views that were not in line with legal firearms ownership within the U.K.," Long-Collins said in a YouTube video announcing "The End of EnglishShooting."
In the UK, if the police feel that what
say is inappropriate on a forum
run, that is grounds to deny
right to own firearms. Nothing you did; nothing anyone did; just what some people, not even connected to you except through watching your videos,
This is what has become of the nation
where our own Constitutional right to arms originated
. That can happen here. It's up to us to stop it.
This entry was published Wed Jun 13 13:57:11 CDT 2018 by
and last updated 2018-06-13 01:08:36.0.
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