YouTube and Co. – our weekly Telepolis video review
We too have totally underestimated it. Yes, for a bad clown and comical president actor held. But now this psychopath has actually done it: he will go down in history as the first political leader to send out a war declaration via Twitter. Congratulations, Mister President. And please don’t forget to pull when tweeting on the toilet in the morning! The policy of this warmonger has its supporters in our country as well. First and foremost march the cold and perhaps most hebe warriors of the Springer press, who wet dream of a world war with damn German participation. Not only for them this appearance of Stephen Colbert is meant. And what else remains, reveals this clever Krahe.
And so to the campaigner Mark Zuckerberg. As we can see from this analytical report, this oh-so-casual guy, who looks quite strange in a suit, is in fact not a person at all. Madness! And here we wonder if the USA is also ruled by a reptiloid? There are enough signs of it. And this is what Jimmy Kimmel has to say about the Facebook mishap. And this is how it looks in Russia in the meantime.
This finally brings us to the black fighting swans of Ringenberg Castle, which many people have enjoyed – as you can see here. Unfortunately these cute animals are history by now. But luckily they live on in the internet on their own YouTube channel.
Now in between a little history. In this almost three hour long video the Titanic sinks in "real time". Survivors of the catastrophe tell about it in this audio document. And here are impressions from Berlin: from about 1900 and from 1941. This brings us to the readers’ mail. Recommended: News breakdown, voice message generator, great bus driver, animal sex, snow hiking and Tour of the Moon.
Finally, our quick run-through: the entrance anthem for the Buro, the roughest statue in the world, WhatsApp group chat, funny advertising, Snapchat in the ’90s, Bayern ist Meister, the Slow Mo Guys, Despacito – without music, Conan in Italy, the RTL sluts, Scammer vs. the FBI, digitization. And the final point is Walulis’ remarks about the echo.