I noticed that. I was pointing out to other people that the anti nazi movement wasn't only an American thing. I'll stick to the topic even though your post was tempting me down another path If all the majority of the left do is talk to themselves, want other people banned off the platform, then its no wonder they are losing the youtube algorithms. The left today seem to be mostly reactionary and take the low negative road in most arguments i.e. punch a nazi, and milkshaking people, to give just two examples. I remember when I was a young man, just turned voting age in 1995. I'd lived under a Tory government nearly since birth. By the 1997 general election the mood was that the country had become stale and "the grey man" John Major had to go. At that time the left were full of ideas. I considered myself mostly related to the left. Major and the Tories had to go. Blairs election was all about positivity and people who didn't normally vote, or normally vote Labour voted. Now 22 years later and it seems to be all about negativity. I like some of the arguments put forward by the left but its possible to get too much negativity that people turn off. There is a similar thing happening on the right too. But the right will debate anyone, which mixes it up. An algorithm means anyone can use it. The left needs to become more open, present a positive vision of the future and invite people from all views to the table to debate them, or at least talk about issues together and work through the debate.