August 29, 2007

Tiny Tim's Training Trailer

Smackdown Video Contest !

Sometimes, you just want some funny ! If you happen to find any videos like this one while patriotically performing propoganda pugilism, please provide proper proof by providing the URL here. We will post it so you can play it.

Beg Pardon.


August 28, 2007

Burqua This !

As a present day modern aerial gunner, Airman 1st Class Vanessa Dobos has little in common with gunners from World War I. Though Dobos does fire a massive machine gun from the deck of a … well … helicopter, perhaps her greatest distinction is the fact she’s a woman — the Air Force’s first female aerial gunner.

August 27, 2007


Texas Newspaper Gives the Boot to Jihad!

Glen Rose Newspaper aids "Operation You Tube Smackdown".

"Are you aware that some real jihadist terrorists are using YouTube to spread their hate speech and graphically violent videos of our American soldiers being killed in Iraq and Afghanistan? Have you ever watched one of these videos? It will make you sick. But, will it make you sick enough and upset you enough to do something about it? We need your help! Please just take a few minutes and look at how a small group of American Civilians are trying to stop this. This is in no way to be taken as a request by anyone in this group or by the Smackdown website to take sides on whether you or for or against this war. This is for all Americans to be able to take part in trying to stop what is simply wrong.

Perhaps I would not have believed this had I not been sent a video and seen it with my own eyes. YouTube claims it allows no violence or hate speech videos to be posted on their website. Well I’m here to tell you different.

Not only is this allowed to take place for the entire world to see, but they are actually allowing terrorist to send snuff or death videos here to our American soil. These are despicable clips of our American soldiers being killed, tortured, blown up, shot, beheaded and their bodies degraded. There are Strykers, Humvees, and supply line vehicles being blown to pieces, with music and laughter and shouts of Alla Akbar fill the background. Yes, this is a brutal description, but it is there for you and the world to see 24 hours a day. Jihadists are openly recruiting in our own country for their fellow countrymen to join in to destroy America, and all the while, YouTube is giving free press to jihadis who want us all, men, women, and children, dead. This isn’t just another article about the war. This is a fact! A fact you can see for yourself. How dare YouTube insult our American soldiers, and our American people, to all this graphic violence and hatred videos by the very people we are in a war with, to be put in the faces of the men and women of our country that have our backs! Our Soldiers! We need your help.

A small group of Americans have taken it upon themselves to spend hour upon hour looking through these vile, sickening death videos, and then posting them to their blogsite and asking those of us who will, to pull up the video and flag it as graphic violence or hate speech. They call it Operation YouTube Smackdown. YouTube claims that each such flagging will result in their review of content and they will delete the piece if it is considered to be offensive. You do NOT have to actually look at the video itself, many people simply could not do it, and this is where the heroes of this website come in. They find them for us, and deal with the mental graphic fatigue of actually viewing them. Then they post them to their website for us to flag. They have what they call the Daily Dozen Smackdown videos and are simply looking for volunteers! All they ask is that we go to their site, pick one, and or, all twelve of the offending videos and help them smack them down!

Those of us that will take literally six (6) minutes or less, out of our day to help on this project can actually say we are civilian doing our small, but very important part in this war. It is something you can be so very proud to tell your grandchildren some day. That you took part in fighting terrorism in America!

Once you click to flag a video it automatically goes to YouTube for them to take it off - or leave it on. So far this small group amazingly has gotten many of these videos taken off. But it’s not enough! YouTube has only removed 10 to 20% of these graphic videos, leaving the vast majority up. The goal is to get citizens applying enough public pressure to see this won’t be tolerated by us Americans. It is truly horrendous and sad that an American company, YouTube, owned by Google, could allow such a thing, free speech or no.

If you want to be like an angel’s wings on the shoulder of our men and women and be able to claim you are back home on American soil helping them as civilians fight this war, then I implore you to take a few minutes and check this web site out. Please go to http://muninnquotherave.blogspot.com. We must get this stopped! We are raving made!

In loving memory of this community’s recent loss, and for our military men and women in harms way – we will not forget you and your loved ones sacrifice,

God Bless America

Rainbow Resident

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August 25, 2007

Flat Lady and the Magic Bullets:Explained!

Special Weekend Report! Brother Svin doesn't usually like to send you to another blog as soon as you have gotten here, so go do some Smackdowns (that's what you came here for right?). Then as a reward, you can go visit the frogman and view his video response to "The Flat Lady says: these Bullets hit my house!"
Then come back here and finish your Smackdown, cause I know you cheated!

August 23, 2007

N.Y.P.D. on Internet Jihad

"Self-radicalization may begin the day that an individual seeks out jihadist websites. In the
physical world when would-be jihadists seek support among local jihadist mentors and likeminded
fanatics. This is the group that currently poses the biggest danger to the West. It is the
focus of the present monograph"

Here is the entire pdf file from the New York Police Department. The link will take you to the NYPD homepage, where you can click the box titled "Radicalization in the west, a homegrown threat" NYPD intelligence report.
NYPD. Radicalization in the west, the homegrown threat

If you do not believe that internet video is a jihadist recruiting tool, you need to read this report. If you do not believe that "Operation You Tube Smackdown" can make a serious difference, you need to read this report.
I have seen firsthand how young people can be drawn into these video rings. I have also seen people stop participating in these rings because of the negative feedback that they hear from some of our "Crusaders". It is also frustrating for them when they see their accounts closed. At the same time, they are learning a valuable lesson about the First Amendment in the process, namely, that it can be a two-edged sword. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and read about the process of recruiting and training home grown Jihadists. Then, click on a few videos and help to neutralize the best tool that the bad guys have.

August 21, 2007


So, I hear a knock at the door and find these two guys standing there. They start asking a bunch of questions about Operation Smackdown!
Man in Black#1 asks if I know a guy named Mr. Rod.
"Mr Rod?" I ask.
"Yeah."he says. "Mr.Svin Rod"
"Wait a minute, who are you guys and where are you from?"
"We are from....France!"
"No you're not!"
"OK. Look Mr. Rod.We are from the government."
"Which Government?"
"Um...Its kind of a Secret."
" Yeah, we're like Secret Agents from the Government"
"Go Away!"
"We're on a Mission From God!"
"I'm an Atheist."
"Look Mr. Rod, Do you love your Country or not?"
"Whaddya mean?" I ask. I'm beginning to think these guys are not Jehovah Witnesses.
"Sure I love my country. You guys got a problem with that?"
Man in Black#2, who had been silent until now, steps forward and says,
"Look Mr. Rod, or whatever your real name is, we know that you spend a lot of time watching terrorists blow stuff up."
"Yeah, so?"
"We want ya to stop it."
"Its a secret."
"Um...look guys, I'm late for an appointment and..."
"This will only take a minute."
"OK already, whats your point?"
Man in black #1 steps forward again and says in a low voice,
"You is compromisin' a secret government project."
"By Watching YouTube???"
"Uh...Yeah, by watching YouTube."
"You're nuts!"
Man in Black #2 steps forward again and says:
"Mr. Rod. Our job is to keep America safe from the terrorists. We track them 24 hours a day.
They cant make a move without us knowing about it."
"Oh!" I say."You must be tracking these guys by satellite."
"Uh, no...not exactly."
"Cool!" I say." You must be using Global Hawk or Predator drones"
"Uh, no...not them either"
"Russian telepaths in secret underground bunkers?"
"Alrighty then." I say. "I give up. You are from a Super Secret Government Organization, You track down terrorists, you don't use satellites or drones or telepathy. What do you use and what in the hell does it have to do with me?"
"We,uh...We watch YouTube."
"Yeah... We watch Youtube"
"You guys are idiots!"
"Mr. Rod. You have no idea what its like running a spy program with all the budget cuts we have had to deal with. We're lucky just to have DSL. We have been watching the terrorists for years and now YOU are screwing it up!"
"Yeah, You and your so called "Smackdown Crew."
"Whats wrong with "The Smackdown?"
"Its like this Mr. Rod. Some of the guys we have been watching are getting their accounts closed."
"That's a good thing, isn't it?"
"No Mr. Rod, that is a bad thing. Have you ever considered what would happen if all of those videos disappeared?"
"I don't see how that could be a bad thing."
"We could lose our DSL."
"What ??????"
"Yeah. If there is no video to watch, there is no reason to fund our operation. Me and Elwood would have to go back to our old jobs."
"What jobs were those?"
"Censoring comic books."
"No. DC."
"You poor bastards!"

Live Long and Prosper-Svin

August 20, 2007


Allahu Akhbar indeed. From the Book of Armaments vs:3-7. The Holy Mortar Round.
First cousin to the Holy Hand Grenade(Python Ltd.). How many times have we listened to the soundtrack of jihad video and heard this jerk chanting Allahu Akhbar! over and over again. Dont you wish something really bad would happen to him? I know this video would violate You Tube user agreements, and I am a blatant hypocrite, but I borrowed it from Live Leak so it is OK. BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!

August 19, 2007

Jumpmaster's Dance

If you thought the rappin' Sargeant was cool, get down wit da "Jumpmaster"!
Four minutes of funny. Crank it up!
(thanks to Blackfive for pointing the way)


Youtube Smackdown's Public Enemy Number One calls it quits!
In a surprise developement today, the ever vigilant Smackdown Crew found this message posted at "Sword Of Baghdad's" Youtube page.
"I am leaving youtube, but leaving my account up due to the harassment of other youtubers and the admins"
Sword Of Baghdad, also known here as "The Butterknife" has been a major target of the Smackdown. With over a hundred videos posted, this jihadi wannabe was a key nexus in the distribution network for jihadi video. We can only assume that Youtube made him an offer that he decided to refuse, and that the "thoughtful" comments left by the Smackdown Battalions finally drove him over the edge. The Smackdown will continue to flag his videos until they are all gone. This is a MAJOR accomplishment for all of us Smackdown supporters, and you all deserve a hearty WELL DONE!!!
Thanks again, one and all!

August 16, 2007

Jose Padilla Found Guilty

Really, What else is there to say?

Welcome to Operation YouTube Smackdown

There are times when YouTube gets it right:

And then there are the times YouTube gets it wrong. Jihad has come to the Internet. And YouTube is helping them. We're not saying they set out to, but that's the result. Jihadist videos have found a home there. Our enemies are using that website, and others, to spread propaganda and recruit new terrorists. YouTube allows anyone to post anything and doesn't take it down unless someone objects, at which point they might take it down.

Well, we object. We object to YouTube making a profit hosting videos celebrating the death of Coalition Soldiers (and pretty much everyone else) while washing their own hands of any responsibility. We're out to smack those videos down, and maybe shake a little sense into YouTube in the process.

We know we're not on the front lines of this fight. And we can't tell a story about a Stryker platoon and their ride, the General Lee, like Michael Yon:

"The enemy was holding a video camera ... a culvert the enemy had packed with explosives ... As the bomb detonated beneath it, the General Lee arced like a dolphin from the sea of Hell ... I’ve got a photo of the mangled General Lee, but we don’t like to publish things that help the enemy. Suffice to say that the General Lee took another one for the team, and again saved the crew."

[The General Lee not pictured. Stryker photo from dvids.]

As for me, "I do it because I want to feel useful. ... I do it because, with respects to Michael Yon, our Soldiers, and John Milton, I like to think they also serve who only sit and click." And that's all we're asking from you. Flag the videos that violate YouTube's own policies.

If you think you might like to join the Smackdown: Consider our "Hate Speech, Free Speech, Whose Speech?". Take a look at "How YouTube Operates", and get started with our How-To Guide.

~ Please see our Jihad Videos: Open Letter to YouTube.

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August 10, 2007

Jihad Videos: Open Letter to YouTube

To: editor@youtube.com
Date: August 10, 2007

"Ms. Supan [Director of Marketing for YouTube] said that among the videos removed were those that 'display graphic depictions of violence in addition to any war footage (U.S. or other) displayed with intent to shock or disgust, or graphic war footage with implied death (of U.S. troops or otherwise).'" - NY Times, Oct. 6, 2006

It’s now been the better part of a year since the above statement was made in the week Google announced it was buying YouTube. Yet we keep hearing that jihad videos continue to be hosted by YouTube. Well, as inspired by your claim as we were disgusted by the thought of jihadi videos, a small group of people decided to help you remove, or as we like to say ‘smack down’, those very videos. We decided to take you up on the invitation in your Community Guidelines, “Some of the content here may offend you—if you find that it violates our Terms of Use, then click ‘Flag as Inappropriate’ under the video you're watching to submit it for review by YouTube staff. “ and “If you find other videos on YouTube with the same violations, please flag them so we can review them as well!”

Well, we’ve been up and running a good month now, having flagged over 300 videos, and only 10-15% of the videos we flag had been removed. That is, until earlier this week when you deleted a single account: huz999. We have flagged 21 of that account’s videos in the past month. That one account’s suspension moved our success rate up to just shy of 20%. Why did it take so long, and why were so many flaggings required? You say you close accounts for repeated violations of your Terms of Use. There were 78 videos on that account; just how many does it take to qualify as ‘repeated’?

Could it be you do not enforce your own policies on reviewing and removing flagged videos with any seriousness or consistency? If you suspect the standards by which we choose videos to flag then please, by all means, visit our website and pick a few videos from our archive of flagged videos at random. Pick a dozen. If you find them worthy of remaining online, then your error has been to delete the 10-20%, for there is no appreciable difference in their content. If you find them as objectionable as we do, why have they been left up after being flagged and reviewed? In fact, these videos often recycle the exact same footage. Why remove some and leave the others online? Looking over the archives, it’s easy to imagine the removal rate is more a function of who is on staff at any given time and not the actual content of the videos.

YouTube removes videos on grounds of hate speech. Recently, a video was removed, and account closed, that contained nothing but a person sitting in front of a camera explaining how pleased he was that journalist Daniel Pearl had his head cut off. If that’s sufficient grounds to qualify as hate speech, why aren’t videos celebrating attacks on, and the death of, Coalition soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan also hate speech? YouTube removes videos of fights in schoolyards that kids upload from their cell phones. If it’s unacceptable violence to show school kids wrestling and pulling at each other’s hair, why is it acceptable to show videos of IED detonations, especially when they celebrate those deaths?

YouTube removes videos on grounds of animal abuse. Can you explain why videos showing (and celebrating) IED’s detonating below a vehicle full of people doesn’t constitute unacceptable ‘human abuse’? Some videos require people to click a button to ‘verify’ they’re over 18 to view them, and some of the jihad videos are behind such screens. But you also claim such videos must abide by your Terms of Use. If you don’t allow porn behind such screens, why would you allow hate speech and graphic violence behind them?

YouTube also claims it is not responsible for content uploaded by its users, and that if content is found in violation of its standards, it will be removed when users flag them as ‘inappropriate’. When you review flagged videos, and choose to keep them online, do you assume responsibility for those videos then? You might wish to consult with your legal staff on this question. If you aren’t responsible for content even after YouTube personnel have reviewed it, why review or ever delete anything at all? Perhaps you should add a note to videos that have been flagged, stating that YouTube has reviewed it and found the contents acceptable. It could prevent us from bothering to flag them in the future, and give everyone a clearer idea as to what you consider ‘appropriate content’.

Lastly, would you be so good as to inform us how many languages your staff speaks fluently? I’m sure you wouldn’t want to remove videos celebrating the death of soldiers, or journalists like Daniel Pearl, only because they were in English while leaving up similar speech if it were spoken in any other language. Could you tell us more about how you handle ‘hate speech’ flags when they are recorded in languages other than English? You must have some way of confirming whether or not the videos truly contain hate speech.

We look forward to your answers to the above questions. They will help us answer our own questions as to whether YouTube wishes to follow in the footsteps of it’s new owner when it comes to living up to the “Don’t Be Evil” standard.

Best Regards,
The Blog Admins for
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August 04, 2007

Banned by YouTube

I’ve been thinking about Operation YouTube Smackdown from a Free Speech perspective ever since we began. I’m generally more of a Free Speech purist than the sort calling for nanny-labels on every little thing. Give parents a chance to at least know what’s in the stuff they’re buying for their kids, whether it’s breakfast cereal or music albums. Then let grown people be grownups. So what gives with the YouTube Smackdown? Sure, YouTube's own policies claim they don’t tolerate hate speech or graphic violence. Of course, the hundreds of videos we’ve flagged that they haven’t taken down suggest they’re quite willing to tolerate that very thing. But, still, who died and made us the YouTube hall monitors?

Nobody. You may have heard it said that hypocrisy is the last remaining sin in our postmodern, morally-relative world. Maybe nobody can hold anybody else to a common set of standards anymore. But if someone isn’t living up to their own standards, you can still call them a hypocrite, right? Well, Google, the ‘Don’t Be Evil’ company, owns YouTube. If you read the YouTube editors blog it’s clear the standards they hold up for their company and their users resemble University Hate Speech codes far more than they resemble some wild-west, libertarian free-speech utopia. So there’s that.

But that hardly satisfies if we’re looking for a serious evaluation. It’s a valid argument, but asking people to practice what they preach isn’t the same thing as seriously considering the merits of what it is, exactly, that they’re preaching. I believe in free speech, probably more than the folks at YouTube. Especially if you consider the history of the kinds of videos they have removed. I’ve mentioned elsewhere the story by Rachel Lucas of the video where a squirrel dodges a rock (no squirrels were harmed in the making of that video). It was removed on grounds of animal abuse. You’d think a video of a humvee not dodging an IED would be more removable on grounds of cruelty to the soldiers riding inside.

Many videos like those of John McCain singing ‘Bomb, bomb Iran’ were removed, then put back up. And for all I know, removed and put back up again. A pillar of consistency YouTube ain’t. They’ve shown a willingness to delete videos by anti-jihadists like Crusader18. Then there’s Nick Gisburne, the athiest who got his video banned for simply quoting some of the harsher lines from the Koran. The link I’ll provide about that comes from the website of the famous athiest and biologist Richard Dawkins. Why? Because it gives me an opening to repeat a quote Dawkins used in a letter to Prince Charles about open-mindedness in science. “Of course we must be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out.” I can’t resist pointing out how YouTube seems at least open-minded enough to host videos of people’s brains literally spilling out.

Perhaps most famously, right around the time Google bought YouTube last year, someone at YouTube decided to take down Michelle Malkin’s “First they Came” video Vent. The only explanation they seemed willing to give, in an attempt to defend against the charge the video was removed for polical reasons, was that it contained graphic violence. Yes, it showed a still photo of the body of Theo Van Gogh after his assassination. The one where the killer pinned a note in the guy’s chest saying Ayaan Hirsi Ali would be next. The photo showed a small amount of blood on the pavement, with Theo’s body covered by a sheet. I defy you to visit the Strong Stomach section of our Daily Dozen and tell me what you see there is less objectionable than a guy under a sheet.

Maybe the folks over at Daily Kos got together and flagged Michelle’s video en masse and that’s why Malkin’s video was taken down, who knows. YouTube displays how many times a video has been viewed, commented on, or favorited. But they don’t like to admit how often folks object to the videos they host. Still, they do seem to respond to pressure. More recently, some guy uploaded a video of himself saying how glad he was Daniel Pearl had gotten his head cut off. This got written up by, among others, Michelle Malkin and Little Green Footballs (the guys who first published the animation comparing Dan Rather’s ‘discovery’ of Bush’s 70s era military records and what anyone could produce in 2 minutes with Microsoft Word). Before the day of the resulting blogswarm of people flagging that video was over, YouTube had removed the video and deleted the guy’s account. All for nothing worse than saying he was glad another guy got killed. How is that different from showing footage of IEDs exploding under vehicles while singing and shouting Allahu Akbar? (I’ll leave for another day the question of where we might find all the outrage over these kinds of videos you’d expect from moderate Muslims, trying to defend their peaceful religion being against being hijacked.)

And of course, YouTube is willing to cater to the demands of different countries like Thailand and Turkey when it comes to removing videos unfriendly to the ruling government. They don’t mind a little censorship if it’ll help them sell more ad space. And I won’t even bother linking to anything about the issues over copyright, where entertainment companies have learned to tell YouTube to jump in a way that gets YouTube to ask, “Is this high enough?" Apparently, the line the folks at YouTube are paying the most attention to is their bottom line. When it comes to their Community Guidelines, all bets are off. Because when it comes to removing anything else, their first response is always, “meh, do it yourself.” Or rather, they cover their legal keisters against any responsibility for the videos their users upload. They say they’ll remove anything that doesn’t meet their standards. At least, whenever users complain by flagging objectionable videos, and not until (or maybe not, even then).

But what happens when they review a flagged video, and they decide to keep it up? Do they assume responsibility then? For what? Making a kid cry because he saw it? Or because some guy watched it and was inspired to volunteer to blow himself up in a pizza parlor? If anyone’s out there testing the legal theories, I’m not aware of it. But I’d like to be. Also, this emphasis on creative legal theories, like the hypocrisy standard, seems to miss the point somehow. Or rather, it sounds like the kind of thing you’d hear when someone’s trying to score a point instead of make one. And I want to make a point here, something more fundmental. One of my mottoes is, “It’s more important to find out what’s right than who’s right.” Games of who can point out the most hypocrisies lead nowhere, or favor those who hold out the fewest real standards to begin with. And ya gotta figure YouTube would win on that score, given their track record.

So how do we reconcile the value of free speech with my conviction that YouTube is creating externalities that are harmful to others? With a little free speech of our own. YouTube is fobbing off the workload, and legal responsibility, onto their site’s users. This is what allows them to host videos that incite and recruit on behalf of radical Islamist terrorists (even after they’re flagged). Is that all they need to do so they "don’t be evil"? I’m not qualified to say they’re breaking any laws here. At least, not clearly enough to convince a prosecuter to go up against YouTube and/or Google over them. But if folks on the political left want to hold gun manufacturers liable for gun crimes, why aren’t they demanding YouTube be held reponsible for terrorism aided and abetted by the videos they host? Don’t answer, it’s a tortured legal argument to begin with. Still, they got Al Capone for back taxes. But they got Al Capone.

I think it’s gotta come down to a simpler kind of argument. Is hosting these videos right or wrong, in and of itself? You’ll have to judge that for yourself. And once you do, you can decide if you want to join the Smackdown or not. You’re a grownup. But I say YouTube has spent so much time making sure they’re not liable for anything illegal, it seems they’ve forgotten about trying to avoid doing wrong. Not in the PC, touchy-feely sense where they ask people to be nice leaving comments on other people’s videos. I’m talking about the right and wrong of the kinds of acts and values these jihad videos endorse. “Don’t be evil”? Ha! I’m starting to think the average YouTube staff reviewers wouldn’t recognize true evil if it was 6 inches in front of their faces.

Which, if you think about it, is right where we’re trying to put the jihadi videos when we flag them.

August 03, 2007

Celebrate Freedom :: Tribute to Soldiers

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August 01, 2007

Repeat Offender Archives

Repeat Offenders added during Aug '07

madcows10 (40)
nitcharizdoing (27 videos)
muslmon (14 videos)
Cih4d (18 videos)
fightglobalists (26 videos)
Azadwatan (16)
HIMSK (33)
khattab23 (13) Suspended {3 flagged}

Repeat Offender added during July '07

kateebjihad (56)
Suryu (115)
Sheikh702 (63)
OccupationResistance (36)
AntiAmerican2000 (70)
YaHossain (26)
jihad4all (14)
moudjahidine1 (24)
mousnonya (114)
torrnadoo (57)
scalifguy (20)
crashview (5)
Panterapete187 (14)
huz999 (78) Suspended
MujahideenMedia (79)
abumohammed25524 – Suspended (many, tens or dozens?)
tawheedist (109)
Mowen11 (25)
Alliance01 – Closed (many, tens or dozens?)
AbuAyesha (24)
alanbaar- Suspended (32 videos)
SwordofBaghdad (104)
AntiUsaTerror (24)
Shaheeda87 (67)
KhateebJihad – Suspended (dozens)
Shihabden (89)
IrhabiFromIraq (33)

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