Crowding the news lately is the preposterous notion that the youtuber “PewDiePie” is an Anti-Semitic.
PewDiePie posted a video on youtube about the outsourcing service Fiverr. The main point of the content was to test the boundaries on what you can do and how far can you go with 5 US dollars. Felix Kjellberg paid several people on Fiverr to make Anti-Semitic Videos showing that people will do about anything on Fiverr.
The Wall Street Journal twisted the meaning of this content and took it out context. Instead of properly confronting Felix with this Information WSJ went to all of Felix’s Sponsors and shut most of them down, canceling his latest show “Scare PewDiePie”.
It would seem like one of the journalist or all of WSJ are deeply touched but, improperly stating information in the form of cutting someone elses cash flow doesn’t seem very professional. “Oh ok so Wall Street is loosing influence and income. Hmm, I wonders who’s gaining that right now?” stated PewDiePie implying that Wall Street is using this “Attack” as a way to get attention.
Judging By statistics, there is a major decline but, is this decline a reason for attack? That’s for you to decide.