It has come to our attention that there are some videos on YouTube that are beyond anyone’s worst scenario when it comes to protecting your wife, your children.  Rape is no laughing matter, but again we have seen this too many times on YouTube where they put age restrictions that users do not need to be a certain age to go on YouTube or to look for taglines that users have put on YouTube.


It is however our courtesy, to tell the public and the media about some of these horrific videos on YouTube and anyone who has access or has a YouTube account can access horrific videos online for free and without any pre-warnings.  Why is there an age limit for videos on YouTube which can be accessed by young people, children when they are watching their favourite cartoon shows?  YouTube needs to get rid of all its age restriction videos as it is damaging people's minds and effecting parenthood too.


Their needs to be an independent organisation just like they do for new releases for Grand Theft Auto.  I also agree that an independent organisation will not stop the pursuit of freedom of speech or information.  At the end of the day, the Internet needs to be more respectful to their users and also to the people who hear such videos that are easy accessible to view and see.


We have a list of videos that needs to be revoked as soon as possible.  But the media will also put pressure on YouTube and some users who have put revolting, hideous acts of torture, rape, and brutality against mankind, bullying and being drugged.  I am talking about one film that has all of this and it is very, very horrific to grasp and to even watch.  (A Serbian Film)


As an NGO, we do have responsibilities and we cannot just standby whilst there are others watching this horrendous movie.  It has already over a million views already and growing.  Something needs to be done and we will take the right precautions necessary so that movies like these will never ever be shown ever again on UK and Europe soil ever again.  It should be banned and people making these kind of repulsive movies should be thrown in prison without ever coming out into the real world, their minds is sickening and need to seek professional help.  This movie and the words to describe the movie are very hard as I do not wish to go into detail but it is absolutely sickening and very revolting and churning tummy to digest what horrendous movie this really is. 


I/we cannot believe that this list can go on and on. . . We do nto have the manpower to go through each one, but the ones we kept on finding on Gang Rapes and Rapes in general were from the Asian region like Hong Kong and Japan and some from Korea too.  It is absolutely shocking to say the very least that from a broad search Rape and Rape Movies on YouTube search is horrendous to say the least.



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