PewDiePie Deletes His Twitter, Paul Joseph Watson Suggests He Start ‘PewTube’

PewDiePie announced he will take a break from YouTube and deleted his Twitter, and Watson suggested he start a YouTube competitor.

YouTube star Felix PewDiePieKjellberg announced on Saturday that he will be taking a break from using the Big Tech platform next year, citing YouTube’s systematic deletion of content.

Fellow YouTube star Paul Joseph Watson suggested that Kjellberg start a competitor to YouTube that people want to see.

“PewTube. I love it. Probably could become an actual competitor that people would want to join en masse,” wrote Watson.

Today, Kjellberg deleted his Twitter account.

In a video essay today, Kjellberg called out the virtue signalling on social media, and delved into the Golden Mean and virtues like courage and temperance, as discussed in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics.

“You get rewarded for saying things that make you virtuous, rather than acting on it…this is why (Twitter) has become a cesspool,” said Kjellberg. “More often than not the people who boast about being virtuous are hiding the fact they’re not.”

Kjellberg has demonstrated an increasing disdain for political correctness in recent weeks, calling out corporate media for promoting fake hate symbols, stating he doesn’t believe cultural appropriation is “a thing,” and calling atheists who publicly call out religious people “cringe.”

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Andrew Meyer