Cancel Culture Hits New Level Of Stupid, Jacksfilms VS Fortnite, Reparations, & India's Water Crisis

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  • Philip DeFranco
    Philip DeFranco  5 months ago +1764

    Look! Timecodes:
    Good Omen Petition (0:22), JacksFilms Vs Fortnite (1:44), TIA (2:50), India Water Crisis (4:49), Reparations Hearing (8:37)

    • cerberus0225
      cerberus0225 5 months ago

      I didn't support the idea of reparations, but I'll admit the points that the author makes are well-founded. We honor ancient treaties and pay taxes for things we don't directly support or use all the time. Thst said, I think there's a better way to deal with the issues of minorities directly.

    • Poop Pancake
      Poop Pancake 5 months ago

      @Xeon Masterracev2 They came about because of it.

    • Poop Pancake
      Poop Pancake 5 months ago +1

      @UserName117 Agreed, if we're gonna pay reparations then I as the descendant of Irish, and Seminole native American peoples will surely be receiving insane compensation I'm assuming. Or do we pretend Irish slaves here weren't a thing still? My bad, of course, we don't talk about that, that would fuck shit up a bit. And, I mean... well, do we even need to mention the Native Americans? lol yeaah na fuck that.

    • Poop Pancake
      Poop Pancake 5 months ago +1

      @ajamesand you explained why it's still happening yourself and how it's literally not because of the past. Tell me why you think the 150 year to function normally is any different for black slaves vs the Chinese slaves who built the entirety of this countries railroads? It boils down to something far more simple and far more relevant than slavery. Pretending that because examples of other communities who were oppressed and pulled out of it as a whole more than the black community isn't a good example because of specifics that make it not a technical 1:1 comparison which somehow keeps diverting responsibility is insane. Please, tell me, who do you think is provided the most assistance for jobs, education, etc. based completely on their race in this country? What you're talking about is emotional impact of a tragic past, while ignoring the values an underprivileged community fostered and continues to now today. ( which is understandable at least in the past given what happened, but isn't today 3 or 4 generations /more later. ). You're delusional if you somehow think the sad and terrible part of the African Americans of this country are somehow unique or didn't happen to even some of the white communities based on what country they were from as well. It's undeniable racism held back the black community for an incredibly long time, but you're forgetting they weren't the only ones held back, let alone the "most" held back. There are so many things in place already, some can surely be expanded upon slightly, but pretending this delusional world that someone cannot hold unfortunate people to any responsibility in the present day due to the tragic past is insane. Just like other communities throughout time in this country and others regardless of where they started, they had to begin fostering a positive cultural norm. Everyone else, including African "immigrants", have done this even in the US. Please take some time to look at the communities statistics for immigrants from Africa. Or are we going to pretend that the system is still systemically racist but only to the descendants of slaves here in the US, and not to the black immigrants coming in today and for the past 100 years or so? This is far too complicated and personal to think reparations will help or that they aren't even already essentially in place................................

    • Poop Pancake
      Poop Pancake 5 months ago +1

      Look, I 100% agree it's fucked the reparations never came to fruition. Nevertheless, they were idiotic and nonsensical, to begin with. And, they knew that at the time too, that's why they sited such an insane redistribution of land, etc. The sheer technical specifics of doing something such as, what was suggested and signed back in the relevant time period was nothing short of bat-shit crazy. Which was certainly on purpose. purpose. One can easily assume they knew there was no way the government/country would be able to do what they suggested; agreed to, and signed. Even in spite of them actually wanting to or not, which we all can be next to certain they did NOT want to do it. That's why they suggested and signed an agreement for something so fucking ridiculous that they'd never be actually expected to reasonably carry it out in the future due to the dynamic shifting of culture that they knew would inevitably come due to the changes on slavery, let alone there is a remote possibility of them having the organization or will to do such a task back then. The problem with reparations isn't that no one wants to help out the poor, meager and unfortunate or the actual continued existence of past systemic racism that was 100% aa real part of our countries past. For those taking the old documents at face value and being overrun by naive yet understandable emotional reactions, there is sadly just no long-term way the government can be expected to successfully take the land from current families who own and or operate it. Be that land natural woodlands or actual farms/farmland.

      The social implications alone make this a non-starter, regardless of what was signed in the past sadly. I think specific people might be entitled some assistance in trying to get out of a bad social cycle they find themselves stuck in, which is indirectly / directly linked to the racist/slaver past of this country. If someone presents a reasonable interpretation of that, I've honestly yet to hear it. The federal government is in no way going to actually give away it's own and to African Americans, or the other groups directly effective by slavery and the like, such as the Irish, Polish, etc. So the only other option for the people suggesting the specifics of the original document be honored then that means the government would have to literally take land away from current owners. That means the likelihood of them taking it away from someone directly related to the family who owned the same land they operate now and that owned slaves on that very land is probably a % so low it's hard to put into a % at all. There is a massive problem however when people are actually trying to use the number of black people who don't have a job/ in prison / etc. as a reason they deserve reparations or as real 1:1 comparison and actually stating them as if the reason around 7% of this country ENTIRE POPULATION literally commits HALF of all violent crimes in the whole of the country. To seriously try and link slavery as to why this is the case is just as dishonest, ignorant and unhelpful as the racist fuckers who think that 7% of the country is committing half of all the violent crimes in the country and it's due to their race. Suggesting they're somehow just bad because of their race. Both are ignorant and dishonest misrepresentations of reality. More black people are in prison because even though black men make up around 7-9% of the total population they still account for nearly 50% of all the violent crimes, meaning they are also sadly the most likely to be two-time offenders or more. That fact, alongside the sheer number committing violent crimes comparitively, makes it completely reasonable to find more black men in prison than anyone else. It's not because the system is racist or because they're inherently bad because they're black. They're making bad decisions because according to the stats, coming from very low-income areas leading them because of the sub-culture they, unfortunately, were born into is quite toxic. The cause of the negative sub-culture they're being born into isn't because of slavery at the start of this country or even Jim Crow.

      Sure you can point to examples where those things did negatively impact said community in the past and even now, but that doesn't mean it's the sole reason or even the biggest contributor. We know it's not, it's observably not the case, there are too many examples of other groups of people who were in the same/similar enough or even worse situations than the African Americans were during slavery. And the number of those communities/groups of people who despite their tragic past have moved forward on their own and with the help of the governments in minimal ways over the rest of the communities proves it's not because of the said groups past. There are literally laws and programs already in place in the USA that actually do a whole lot in helping poor families, underprivileged peoples gain assistance. The assistance the black community receives/can receive compared to their total population and other groups is FAR higher than anyone else. More white people are on government assistance, but they also aren't just 14% of the population. Looking at total numbers without context will certainly lead you to believe in a reality that is in fact not true. You need the full picture.

      I think some of the programs in place already can be expanded upon for the black community, but to pretend and ignore the fact there are more things put in place and available for the black community specifically to be of assistance is astronomical compared to other specific communities within the USA. It's not their fault they were born into a shitty cycle of perpetually shitty sub-culture along with being fed the narrative they are oppressed. I would probably think the same thing if I was in that exact same situation, that still, however, doesn't make it a reality, or that there need to be reparations today on top of what is already provided to the said community specifically. What the community needs are someone they will listen to hold them accountable for continuing the behavior it condones and tries to justify due to the past. Until that happens, no matter what the government does, the community will never prosper in a % close to the other groups of this country, including other minority communities.

      For instance, look at some of the African immigrant communities ( not the refugee communities, which can actually be the USA's fault when they don't assimilate to the new culture properly. ). But, if you look at some of the African IMMIGRANT communities and compare them to the African American communities, the statistics are some of the most jarring ignored information almost never mentioned.

  • Arbiter and Chara Dreemurr

    " 12:19 also no black person is a slave
    And don't fucking forget the Irish they have had it even worse they were treated the same but no one talks about them if you're gonna give reperations to black people don't forget the Irish too
    Although I think they should neither get them but if black people do get it the Irish should too

  • K K
    K K 3 months ago

    Yo we have to pull a "lucifer season 4" on Good Omens
    We gotta start a petition bro

  • Jillian McGauley
    Jillian McGauley 3 months ago

    I like how jack handled it. He’s promoting himself through a very good popular game and he’s profiting

  • Tiff
    Tiff 3 months ago

    I agree with Hughs

  • Tobin Greywolf
    Tobin Greywolf 3 months ago

    If we, as a nation, decide that reparations are due to the descendants of slaves, then we damn well better start giving the land back to the descendants of the Native Americans that were robbed. He mentions "honoring treaties that are 200 years old, despite no one being alive". We broke a lot of treaties with tribes, who are still here today.

  • Neeharika Prasad
    Neeharika Prasad 3 months ago

    You're 💯 right about the water crisis in Chennai. This is coming coming from a South Indian girl.

  • Waffles Yo
    Waffles Yo 4 months ago

    THROAT PUNCH ME DADDY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Dani Mother of Dragons
    Dani Mother of Dragons 4 months ago

    You probably should make fun of people's religions or their beliefs, had this been done about Islam there would have been public outrage, and you yourself would be canceled. But Netflix would ne re make a show about that would they...

  • small_and_dangerous
    small_and_dangerous 4 months ago +1

    “God is voiced by a woman.”
    What the heck? The Bible literally says god isn’t technically a person, meaning he (by all technicalities) is neither male or female. He’s considered male most likely for simplicity sake as well the fact that he is technically Jesus

  • Ghaydaa
    Ghaydaa 4 months ago

    I miss that so much!

  • thatswhatshevlogged
    thatswhatshevlogged 4 months ago

    That old intro gave me all the feels

  • Charlie H Butcher
    Charlie H Butcher 4 months ago

    Good Omens is an amazing show, that shouldn’t be taken too literally. The fact that some Christians actually have a problem with that bewilders me. And this is coming from one 😂 also I can’t help but ship Crowley and Aziraphale

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    I agree with reparations. I don't care that no one responsible for the past atrocities yet remain. Most of their descendants don't suffer for them anyway. But those with whom this policy concerns very much still do. I will gladly help take on the burden of diverted funds, as it is right, and also necessary to help form a more socioeconomically cohesive population, which, pragmatically speaking, is necessary for the stability of a well run nation. I look forward to others being forced to do the same. I have no pity for them. It is right, and it needs to be done. However. It needs to be done properly. Hughes is correct in his assessment that a simple "one time compensation" will do little to help. When a system is inherently flawed, an isolated "care package" only staves off the inevitable. If anything, it could potentially be counter-productive. He is 100% correct in that changes need to occur at an infrastructural and legislative level instead. However, I do agree with Phil that establishing a committee to at least look into it might still be a good first step. I however share Hughes fears that it will only result in inadequate compensation, rather than fundamental change.

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    I am trying to wrap my head around that "200,000 dead a year from improper water" statistic. That's... I mean is that NOT a cause for worldwide alarm? Or am I missing something? Is there context that would make that any less of a horrifying statistic? I can't imagine there would be. I would say that there clearly needs to be immediate and drastic action taken by the government of India, but I am unaware of whether or not they have the resources. More appropriately, there needs to be immediate and drastic taken by governments on a global scale. I would gladly see my taxes raised to stymie that particular travesty. I'm going to do more research into this. I wonder if India's government is more capable of fixing this than the impression I've been given. If so, I condemn them alone. But, if not, than I must find out what action is being taken the world over... if any at all

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    I'm conflicted on the Fortnite dance issue. I just don't know where to draw the line on what constitutes intellectual property that necessitates financial compensation for 3rd party usage insofar as a dance is considered. On the one hand, I am of the belief that art, unless explicitly stated otherwise by the creator, should always be financially compensated... although often MUCH less than what many creators ask for. This would obviously extend to any 3rd parties who make use of it. However, on the other hand, I don't really know if a dance would constitute as artwork that required valuable time and investment to make. In SOME circumstances it CERTAINLY would, but in many, I don't feel the same. However, as a courtesy at the very LEAST, I believe it is proper to credit the original dancers.

  • JustPassingThrough
    JustPassingThrough 4 months ago

    That Good Omen story is a prime example of the heedless voracity with which people pursue a chance to collectively demonize something or someone.

  • Dustin Bannister the most High

    Don't move to Canada or England if six episodes isn't enough for you lol. IT Crowd, Line Of Duty, Frontier and Durham County to name some. I feel like some Community now.

  • Parker
    Parker 4 months ago

    There are so many unanswered questions with this bill. What are the reparations they seek from the committee, who is on it, who gets said reparations if they are founded, who foots the bill, how do you prove legitimacy, etc. Why don’t we just spend time actually helping better the African American power and systematic inequality issue? Better education, more available resources, better job opportunities, community safety, etc. if reparations were decided upon at the time to give freed slaves a start in life and a place to plant their feet for growth, shouldn’t that be the main focus now? Finding a way to topple the inequality African Americans face and their power struggle within our white, American system. Giving a helping hand so the community can thrive on its own and grow with the rest of American citizens.

  • Heather Fortney
    Heather Fortney 4 months ago +1

    i just liked this video because of the intro... I LOVE IT!! also that show is amazing... #GoodOmensseason2req

  • Richard
    Richard 4 months ago

    Am I literally the only person that caught the connection between the "throwback intro" and the first story being about David Tennant, who played the Doctor in Doctor Who (a time traveler who frequently attempts to correct the course of history both in the past and the future, in case you're not familiar with the show) from 2006 to 2010 (same time frame as said intro)?

  • Tails Clock
    Tails Clock 4 months ago

    For a guy that invented the "deep dab", handling this maturely was the last thing I expected. Props to Jack.
    Reperations need to be done because every time they're pushes aside as a non-issue, they come back again. 150 years on and black people have never been given an equal chance to rise to a standard level of living. They can do well and live comforatble lives, but they have to fighter harder for it. This isn't fair and I see this bill getting pushed in 2070 only to be rejected again. It's ABOUT TIME we let these permanently injured people have a better chance of a decent life. Let's fix this *so* that we can move on. If there are other pressing issues, let's give those issues the space they need by dealing with things like reperations now. Get it out of the way. Pay the damn people!

  • angelblade riven
    angelblade riven 5 months ago

    regarding the jackfilms dab, I think he did the best move. no need to take the tough road and he still made a few bucks from the code.

  • m n
    m n 5 months ago

    You can't imagine how difficult is to follow your ideas when you talk that fast and English is not my first language

    • m n
      m n 5 months ago

      But the parts I DO get seems interesting

  • jean maillard
    jean maillard 5 months ago

    can we cancel the catholic? they are just a mafia after all they protect pedophile and use other criminal by using their previous crime they confessed against them just to have more agent

  • James Palmer
    James Palmer 5 months ago +5

    I’m fully against reparations in this situation for at least these 4 reasons: (1) One day, there will rise leaders who will say that these reparations were not enough. (2) When are we going to do reparations for the Native Americans? (3) How do you distinguish between Black descendants whose family tree’s are 100%, 75%, 50%, 25% and 0% traceable to those slaves? (4) Shouldn’t we also talk about Jim Crow laws and their same potential for needing reparations, and if so, shouldn’t we talk about reparations for other harmed groups, such as the different LGBTQ+ groups? We know that would open an unending floodgate of the US & states governments trying to defend against people saying their laws affecting them because of who they were. This would NEVER END.

  • Peyton McEnery
    Peyton McEnery 5 months ago

    Ok but can we get a petition for good omens s2 instead of a petition to cancel it?

  • Claude Rougemont
    Claude Rougemont 5 months ago

    To me, the whole demand over reparations is ridiculous, though mostly because it's usually the wrong people trying to push for it or that they are backing people to push it for them for the wrong reasons; people that cling to something that should have been let go of, so that they can get together to fix the problems of their communities and strive to become better both as individuals and as a whole. And yes, unfortunately, some of those people tend to only want free handouts because of either being lazy or because of some grudge that isn't even theirs.

  • Starr Light
    Starr Light 5 months ago

    We should petition to Neil to summon Terry and create a season two, or even a new book!

  • Fiifi School
    Fiifi School 5 months ago +1

    I am African American and agree with Hughes, the reparations won't do anything to much past making some people, on both sides, feel better about the "have we done enough" situation as a whole, but that isn't what the goal should be. The wide majority already understand that we are equal, the goal should be undoing the process of the setback an abundance of African Americans were thrown into after slavery was abolished.

  • Nanolis
    Nanolis 5 months ago

    David 'Ten-inch' is an underappreciated god and the good doctor deserves more recognition for his talent than he gets.

  • Rhett Having a Vietnam Flashback

    My ancestors owned slaves and I don't want to give people I don't know money for something I didn't do. Stop spending so much money on global policing and instead pay for better American institutions that will pay off in the long run.

  • BillyC500
    BillyC500 5 months ago

    Was catching up on the PDS so using a playlist and listening to the show in the background. Tabbed back into the video because thought something went wrong with the playlist and it was possible playing videos in chronological order or something. Really thought it was an older video lol

  • Baggy Trousers
    Baggy Trousers 5 months ago

    Indian water crisis. 2 weeks later Mumbai's flooded.

  • EpicFallOut
    EpicFallOut 5 months ago

    I 100% support reparations. though slavery has been over for close to 150 years, African Americans have seen generation after generation deal with its repercussions in the form of inequality, incarceration rates, violence, income inequality and the like. The bottom line is, the effects of slavery have not completely been eradicated. Reparations moving forward may help alleviate some of these, if done correctly. That means finding ways to combat the inequality present our society today, including discriminatory practices found in institutions and fighting poverty scene overwhelmingly in African Americans in this country.

  • -WoF- DarkNewton
    -WoF- DarkNewton 5 months ago

    I don't like the conversation around black unemployment, black poverty, etc. usually, because it always seems to be that the person is arguing that "institutional racism" is responsible. However, in *this* instance, it's different, because the presence of slavery in the past *is* responsible for the present state of affairs, so I feel like this is probably the right thing to do.

  • Wicked Amoeba
    Wicked Amoeba 5 months ago +10

    0:40 Meanwhile Supernatural’s fan base has been loving Lucifer for over a decade. Lol, I love these shows.

    • Lisa Mako
      Lisa Mako 3 months ago

      Daughter Rachel: My Mom's Friend is a Supernatural Fan! Weird Coincidence!

  • Dragoninthewest
    Dragoninthewest 5 months ago

    Phil I have to disagree with you. Even though the show is excellent, they do not require a season 2 as they basically told the whole story of the book. Although I'd love the Adventures Crowley and Az, Neil Gaiman is going to be doing the Sandman series on Netflix so I don't think he'll have time to do a second season of good Omens

  • Chrispm84
    Chrispm84 5 months ago

    As a white man who never owned slaves, I think reparations are stupid. However, as a white man who's ancestors were murdered and enslaved, I wouldn't turn down my reparations check. So, I'm cool either way.

  • Yourowner
    Yourowner 5 months ago

    No there should be no bill the world is already equal there are just others fighting for more than they sould be instead of working just as hard at a job be consistent and work your ass of you would be surprised what u can do ..... No about slaves they worked for a land payment back in the days they didn't have hand contracts but they got what was fair they received as much as the farmers believe it or not even today farmers don't make much all the money goes back in to the land and to the farm hands and last the equipment what really sould be fought for is the slaves that got abused and killed for there respect there honor not money those blood lines don't run on any more and they r now just forgotten

  • Confidently Insecure
    Confidently Insecure 5 months ago

    Backpacker kid looks like he became a tweaker

  • livy luv
    livy luv 5 months ago +1

    So I'll get reparations for being the great grandchild of a slave who is now at her eternal rest can someone show me the logic in this

  • JY Kim
    JY Kim 5 months ago

    How come the water crisis in the Philippines didnt get much coverage during the summer because that was bad and China went ahead to use it to its advantage :(

  • Mac McDaniel
    Mac McDaniel 5 months ago

    liked cause scared of throat punches

  • Abdoulaye Dieng
    Abdoulaye Dieng 5 months ago

    Why is kilgrave in the thumbnail

  • omega5040
    omega5040 5 months ago +1

    Reperations? Will Mexico get back Texas and California?

  • jesse kl
    jesse kl 5 months ago

    We *really* need to be responsible for the past. I hope this bill passes although im not sure what the ideal solution is.

  • MetroAndroid
    MetroAndroid 5 months ago +1

    Boomers 30 years behind schedule as usual with that petition. Still in the Satanic Panic of the 90s but this time using modern progressive tactics. When most on the right have moved to actually defend free speech, boomers STILL fighting the good fight for censorship. Using the same tactics they condemn when they're done to the people they like; no bad tactics only bad targets, no principles. Amazing.

  • WeeItsNookies
    WeeItsNookies 5 months ago +20

    So basically people that never owned slaves should be forced to pay people that never were slaves? I can see how such lunacy would make total sense to the regressive left.

  • WeeItsNookies
    WeeItsNookies 5 months ago

    Unless they actually trademarked the dance move they can't sue and I'm pretty sure you can't even trademark a movement in the first place. If they do receive money it's just them being paid off to go away because it's not worth the hassle. Doing a dance move and it going viral ultimately doesn't prove you, yourself created/invented it. Some neanderthal 2349023 years ago probably did the first dab.

  • Ameterasuu
    Ameterasuu 5 months ago

    White people would be against air if they found out we'd get it for free...

  • Elp Smith
    Elp Smith 5 months ago

    Why should we have to pay for something that happened so many years ago?
    Why should the 2nd amendment still be in effect?

  • Baron Zemo
    Baron Zemo 5 months ago

    Reparations will never work until the negative culture in the black community quits being promoted. Also, only 1.5 percent of the population owned slaves, including blacks owning slaves. Will the black community also be held responsible for a small group.

  • Adramere
    Adramere 5 months ago +1

    Seems like the ones talking about the shelf-life of reparations also like to talk about finding Jesus, which is pretty ironic.

  • Doubleheaded Eagle
    Doubleheaded Eagle 5 months ago

    Lol God is voiced by a woman? And people are outraged? Guess what morons,God is neither and both. Idiots.

  • Michael Smazal
    Michael Smazal 5 months ago +2

    Does anyone else forget to like until Phil threatens to throat punch you?

  • margie schlieter
    margie schlieter 5 months ago

    Damn that intro was an awesome throwback though

  • Kc Jones
    Kc Jones 5 months ago

    Love the way how jacks films handled it lol. Besides a lawsuit would be pointless cuz dance moves can’t be copyrighted in any way. The only way he could do a lawsuit worth any salt in the court of law is if they used an image of him doing the move instead of the fortnight character. Does it make what fortnight did ok? No. But does the law care at all? No it doesn’t and it never will 🤣 and besides if they did fix that in the law it would backfire because anyone could make a copyright claim on anyone who does the same dance move as them regardless of if they created it or not. All they have to say is “I did it first!” And then suddenly the other party owes the first guy a butt load of money the best way to go about it is laugh it off hopefully get a little good press with it and move on.

  • Freedom Extremist
    Freedom Extremist 5 months ago

    No coverage of the Project Veritas stuff? It's the most important piece of news of the year as far as tech goes.

  • jarhead21100
    jarhead21100 5 months ago +1

    When I saw the intro...
    “WHAT YEAR IS IT!!!”