Finally, after a year and a half of buildup, the team behind Q Anon appears to be on the verge of unsealing thousands of indictments and declassifying a wealth of contentious information.

Our latest briefings indicate that there is a “hard deadline” of mid-September 2019 for what they are calling DECLAS. By then, a huge wealth of world-changing intel should have been released.

It has been quite a long and arduous journey to reach this point, but the proof of a coming Major Event is utterly undeniable once we survey the landscape.

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It took nine days of non-stop effort and a 258-page document of nothing but select links, from last August to the present, to make this a reality.

We needed to put this data all together in one place so the overall message could not be suppressed, blocked or marginalized.

The Deep State has made a series of critical mistakes in this battle, now including the mass betrayal of ALL YouTube content creators in favor of “Approved” mainstream media sources.


In case you haven’t noticed, it has become nearly impossible to find any alternative news on YouTube now. It has become a wasteland of check-marked trash.

We will include unbiased statistics that make this plainly obvious. Then as we go on, you will see compelling new evidence that the all-important DECLAS is finally upon us.

We will review a stunning new insider disclosure that is one of the most significant testimonials we have ever seen… truly. It is an absolute must-read.

Additionally, we will discuss the all-important Quote 2700, what it means for disclosure, and why UFOs and Atlantis are now going mainstream.

This is our first write-up on current events since last October, and we hope you enjoy it! Every current events piece we have written since Christmas 2017 has had nearly 4 million views or more.

Disclosure and DECLAS is finally happening now. Everything we have been working towards throughout our entire online existence is finally coming to fruition.

It is scary and amazing all at the same time. Release the Kraken!





YouTube. Dude. We need to talk.

You have just dropped a nuke (or a dook) on the entire Millennial generation. It is a mass betrayal far beyond anything most people could ever have imagined.

Let me make an analogy for those familiar with the pre-MTV “Golden Age” of rock in the 1970s.

This current YouTube mega-attack could be seen as the cultural equivalent of de-publishing all rock music on every radio station or TV spot in existence in the height of the ’70s.

Then, imagine that all those immortal classics were immediately replaced with non-stop Lawrence Welk, Englebert Humperdinck and Helen Reddy.

[These were my father’s favorite artists to “diss” while he was working as a New York rock critic for popular newspapers in the 1970s.

Compared to the Illuma-Pop being shoveled out now, Helen Reddy’s use of chords, melodies and arrangement is like listening to Mozart.]



Then, to take it a step further, imagine that after destroying their airplay entirely, ALL funding sources to the musicians themselves were terminated… effective immediately.

They have no one they can call, no staff to solve the problem, and no viable legal grounds upon which to sue for damages.

How would they go on tour? How would they get into the studio to record another album?

Could any of them have afforded to finance the construction and promotion of their own airwaves… to compete with Big Radio?

Would they all have been forced to stop writing the hits we now know and love as historical masterpieces, and instead have to go and get “regular jobs?”

Imagine sitting in a restaurant and asking your waiter, “Hey, aren’t you that guy from Deep Purple?”

What happens to a society when its creative visionaries are completely betrayed, disenfranchised and left for dead?

And how would their audiences feel about the entity that killed Rock and replaced it with Schlock?



In case you are not tuned into the world of YouTube, this might all seem like a gross exaggeration, but it truly is not.

YouTube has just killed the modern equivalent of rock and roll. And people are PISSED. This is just the beginning.

And, as we so often like and need to do, this initial phase of the story will expand into a vastly more interesting mega-conspiracy as you read on.

YouTube has just become PooTube — a Myspace of controlled mainstream-media propaganda, now offered up in a shiny white bowl, free of charge, with no cable subscription required.

In Stalinist Russia, no one had money for books, but the propaganda was free. This is a common story throughout history. Bread and circuses.



For as long as this next video remains online, I highly recommend “taking the plunge” and downloading it while YouTube circles the bowl.

The first 22 minutes are a super-cut of top YouTube stars sounding off about the massive betrayal their entire generation has just suffered:



In historical terms, it is hard to even imagine the ramifications of betraying the creative soul of an entire generation — and beheading all of its stars in a virtual mass execution.

It is truly sickening. I have had plenty of beef with YouTube for quite some time myself, as we will discuss, so this is nothing new.

Independent videos are so buried by mainstream content now that the fun has been extinguished, and revenues have drastically decreased.

The Roman saying “Vox Populi, Vox Dei” applies here: “The Voice of the Public is the Voice of God.”

Angering the public this much — taking away their main source of creative passion and joy, and ruining their heroes — is a move you don’t make unless you feel you have no other choice.

It is effectively a suicide leap… sacrificing the public goodwill towards an entire mega-platform for some greater and yet-unseen purpose.

This was clearly a decision. As we go on, we will explore the likely means, motive and opportunity for why this was done.



In the Golden Age of rock, you could buy a musical instrument, learn how to jam, get some friends together and have a great time chasing the dream of stardom.

The ‘learning curve’ was pretty easy. Rock drumming is very basic. We used to call it the “Doom-Chic-DoomDoom-Chic” beat.

Hence the infamous joke, “What do you call a guy who hangs around with a bunch of musicians? A drummer!”

Most basslines are not difficult unless it’s art-rock or jazz fusion. The greatest challenge is in being okay with playing very simple and repetitive patterns, in time, without getting “busy.”

Delicious-sounding power chords on rock guitar only require you to play two strings, and to slide that same simple shape up and down the neck as needed.

Blazing guitar solos and powerful rock vocals are where the more difficult artistry and glory comes into play, but it is all attainable if you practice.

Through the purple haze of beer and weed, a group of losers could come together and make miracles happen on Earth.



If your band held together through all the sex, drugs and infighting, you could start playing bigger gigs, make a decent living, and get to enjoy a bit of the good life.

If you were lucky enough, a record executive might even materialize at one of your shows to offer you the Holy Grail: A record deal!

Every day, my father would get boxes and boxes of signed-rock-band albums from Atlantic, Arista, Capitol, CBS, Columbia, Elektra, EMI, Geffen, Polydor, RCA, Sony, Warner and the like, via UPS.

The records were free, since they all wanted Dad to write about their bands. It was admittedly an amazing phenomenon.

Our entire basement was a Vault of Rock… hundreds of feet of albums stacked four levels high on shelves.



Thousands of bands came and went without getting noticed… but at least they got their record deals and some degree of exposure and fun.

I was also lucky enough to meet hundreds of top rock musicians with Dad backstage, and get to experience their dream world firsthand.

Robert Plant was the only one who stunned me into silence, where I stood two feet away from him and never said a word.




YouTube has become the equivalent rock and roll dream of the younger generation.

Think of it as that sparkling vision of glory that dances in one’s mind while they are high… on life.

Best of all, no musical education, gigging or “woodshedding” is necessary.

Just get on up, get into it, and get involved.

With a very short learning curve, you can open a channel, start talking into your phone or laptop, edit your videos together, figure out where the upload button is, and shoot for the stars.

You may not “make it,” but you can certainly be very inspired in trying. That hope can fuel you through a great deal of adolescent angst.

Knowing that a stunning success is at least theoretically possible is what keeps you going. It is the modern equivalent of shooting for a record deal.



There is clear evidence that the entertainment mega-corps very deliberately destroyed rock and roll — well before finishing off YouTube.

If you study the history of Guns ‘N Roses, they were put through a prolonged equivalent of music school by Geffen Records to develop their signature sound.

This is very often a necessary step, and was considered an industry secret for many years. Now certain films have spilled the beans.



Various documentaries like Muscle Shoals reveal that many, if not most bands did not play on their own albums.

This was because the in-house studio performers were far more talented, and could knock tracks out much faster.

As another example, the entire “Motown Sound” emerged from one single group of performers known as The Funk Brothers. Only the singers changed.

Smokey Robinson wrote a majority of all the Motown songs with the help of The Funk Brothers, regardless of who was singing them.



Similarly, the “West Coast Sound” of so many different top acts was again driven by a single group of musicians called The Wrecking Crew.



Having seen countless rock concerts with my father, I observed firsthand how bands would be actively learning their material while performing live on tour.

I didn’t put together what was happening at the time, but I definitely noticed that they sounded far less ‘tight’ than the studio recordings.

Bands do not just appear out of nowhere and sound great, as a general rule.

Jimmy Page was a prolific, uncredited session player before forming Led Zeppelin. And Toto was a breakaway group of session players.

It takes an entire industry to finance and ‘develop’ the artists — to make them into what they then become.

If the industry no longer chooses to invest in developing artists, then the music itself will die. And that is what has happened.



Since the 1990s, there has been little to no financing, development, promotion or exposure of new rock bands of any real prominence, other than a handful of examples like Papa Roach.

This de-incentivizes people from getting together to make socially transformative musical statements, like we saw in the late 1960s with Woodstock.

The mainstream media has proudly announced this death as if it happened organically, from old age, in articles like the following:


4/8: MSM Declares “Rock is Dead”

Las Vegas (AFP) – Mick Jagger “on the mend” following a heart valve procedure, Ozzy Osbourne postponing his tour over a fall, The Who’s Pete Townshend nearly deaf: time is no longer on the side of rock’s legends….

In a 2018 piece entitled “Rock is Dead, Thank God,” Dan Ozzi, a music critic for Vice, wrote that “the genre has been eclipsed in all measures of popularity and profitability by pop, hip-hop, and EDM.”

“And by those standards, yes, rock is dead.”



And yet, look at this… millennials are clearly going back through the Golden Age of rock’s catalog to hear the songs they want to listen to:

2/7: Millennials Prefer 1960-90s “Golden Age” Music to Today’s (Big Shock)

Research has suggested that modern music really isn’t as good as the old classics.

A study has found that golden oldies stick in millennials’ minds far more than the relatively bland, homogenous pop of today.

A golden age of popular music lasted from the 1960s to the 1990s, academics claimed. Songs from this era proved to be much more memorable than tunes released in the 21st century….

‘Spotify was launched in 2008, well after nearly 90% of the songs we studied were released, which indicates millennials are aware of the music that, in general, preceded their lives and are nonetheless choosing to listen to it,’ said Dr Wallisch.


Not surprisingly, movies like Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman have done very well with their rich soundtracks and performances.

Compared to what we are hearing now, a good Queen or Elton John song seems like an utter and absolute impossibility to achieve.

Disco-funk songs on YouTube have breathless comments of people marveling at how they are playing “Real Instruments.”

The music has taken on almost a mystical, larger-than-life significance, which even dwarfs the respect these artists had in their heyday.

I expect a similar Billy Joel movie will appear before too long as well, as he is still one of the best-selling performers in the world.



Another great example of the potential that still exists for rock music is the Oscar-winning film A Star is Born.

Lady Gaga effectively gave a big middle finger to the cheesy stuff she used to do, with the flashy costumes, ensemble dance moves, synth sounds and hyper-sexuality.

A Star is Born argues that traditional rock has far more emotional authenticity and depth than modern pop. The film’s huge success easily proved the point.

And it’s not just rock. All different types of popular music that stir the soul have been deplatformed, to use a modern term.

The music industry could certainly find new women who could sing like Whitney Houston, but this type of fare is simply never being offered.



This now-infamous quote from the 1970s mega-star Joni Mitchell makes a similar point:


Portrait of Canadian musician Joni Mitchell wearing a loose-fitting white cotton dress, New York, November 1968. This image was from a photo shoot for the fashion magazine Vogue. (Photo by Jack Robinson/Getty Images)

“I heard someone from the music business saying they are no longer looking for talent. They want people with a certain look, and a willingness to cooperate.

I thought, that’s interesting, because I believe a total unwillingness to co-operate is what is necessary to be an artist – not for perverse reasons, but to protect your vision.

The considerations of a corporation, especially now, have nothing to do with art or music.

That’s why I spend my time now painting.”

– Joni Mitchell, quoted in the LA Times, Sept 5th 2004



On April 24th, 2012, a fascinating anonymous whistleblower letter appeared online from an alleged music executive.

He claimed to be a decision-maker in one of the more established companies in the music industry as of the late 80s and early 90s.

In it, he describes a closed, private meeting with a “small group of music industry insiders” he was called into in 1991.

Featured there were some shadowy characters, who none of his colleagues recognized:


4/24/12: The Secret Meeting That Changed Hip-Hop Music and Destroyed a Generation

The meeting was held at a private residence on the outskirts of Los Angeles. I remember about 25 to 30 people being there, most of them familiar faces.

Speaking to those I knew, we joked about the theme of the meeting, as many of us did not care for rap music and failed to see the purpose of being invited to a private gathering to discuss its future.

Among the attendees was a small group of unfamiliar faces who stayed to themselves and made no attempt to socialize beyond their circle.

Based on their behavior and formal appearances, they didn’t seem to be in our industry….


Mandatory Credit: Photo by Brian Rasic / Rex Features (396812dh)



Everyone was asked to sign a strict, one-page NDA. Some left the room immediately when this was offered, but the insider stayed out of curiosity.

Very soon after the meeting began, it turned into a real-life horror movie as the main speaker revealed their hidden agenda:


4/24/12: The Secret Meeting That Changed Hip-Hop Music and Destroyed a Generation

The subject quickly changed as the speaker went on to tell us that the respective companies we represented had invested in a very profitable industry, which could become even more rewarding with our active involvement.

He explained that the companies we work for had invested millions into the building of privately owned prisons, and that our positions of influence in the music industry would actually impact the profitability of these investments….

He told us that since our employers had become silent investors in this prison business, it was now in their interest to make sure that these prisons remained filled.

Our job would be to help make this happen by marketing music which promotes criminal behavior, rap being the music of choice.

He assured us that this would be a great situation for us, because rap music was becoming an increasingly profitable market for our companies — and as employees, we’d also be able to buy personal stocks in these prisons.



If this was envisioned as a movie scene, you might expect everyone to be chuckling, rubbing their hands together and congratulating their ‘brothers’ in the ‘Illuminati.’

This is not at all what happened:


4/24/12: The Secret Meeting That Changed Hip-Hop Music and Destroyed a Generation

Immediately, silence came over the room. You could have heard a pin drop. I remember looking around to make sure I wasn’t dreaming, and saw half of the people with dropped jaws.

My daze was interrupted when someone shouted, “Is this a f****** joke?”

At this point, things became chaotic.

Two of the men who were part of the “unfamiliar” group grabbed the man who shouted out, and attempted to remove him from the house.

A few of us, myself included, tried to intervene. One of them pulled out a gun — and we all backed off.

They separated us from the crowd, and all four of us were escorted outside.

My industry colleague who had opened the meeting earlier hurried out to meet us.

[He] reminded us that we had signed agreements, and would suffer the consequences of speaking about this publicly or even with those who attended the meeting.

I asked him why he was involved with something this corrupt. He replied that it was bigger than the music business… and nothing we’d want to challenge without risking consequences.



This letter aroused great controversy when it appeared in 2012. Many readers simply couldn’t believe it was true. It’s simply too awful.

Based on what I know, the people I have met and the data I have studied, this most definitely does not appear to be a LARP (Live Action Role Play).

It has multiple ‘markers’ I look for in distinguishing true insider testimonials from fictionalized LARPs.

Others have since followed up on these leads and discovered that the main shareholders of the music-industry companies are indeed the top investors in the prison complex as well:


9/7/16: Facts About Hip-Hop And Prison For Profit

Last year Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the biggest name in the private prison industry, contacted 48 states offering to buy their prisons.

One stipulation of eligibility for the deal was particularly bizarre: “an assurance by the agency partner that the agency has sufficient inmate population to maintain a minimum 90% occupancy rate over the term of the contract….

Ninety percent of what Americans read, watch and listen to is controlled by only six media companies.

PBS’s Frontline has described the conglomerates that determine what information is disseminated to the public as a “web of business relationships that now defines America’s media and culture.” Business relationships.

Last year a mere 232 media executives were responsible for the intake of 277 million Americans, controlling all the avenues necessary to manufacture any celebrity and incite any trend….


None of this is exactly breaking news, but when ownership of these media conglomerates is cross-checked with ownership of the biggest names in prison privatization, interesting new facts emerge.

According to public analysis from Bloomberg, the largest holder in Corrections Corporation of America is Vanguard Group Incorporated.

Interestingly enough, Vanguard also holds considerable stake in the media giants determining this country’s culture….


The number-one holder of both Viacom and Time Warner is a company called Blackrock.

Blackrock is the second largest holder in Corrections Corporation of America, second only to Vanguard…

There are many other startling overlaps in private-prison/mass-media ownership, but two underlying facts become clear very quickly:

The people who own the media are the same people who own private prisons. The EXACT same people.

Using one to promote the other is (or “would be,” depending on your analysis) very lucrative….


Conspiracy theorists get a lot of flak for daring entertain the notion that people will do evil things for money.

Historical atrocities like slavery and the Holocaust are universally acknowledged.

Yet, simultaneously adopted is the contradictory position that there can’t possibly be any human beings around intelligent enough and immoral enough to perpetrate such things [now].


And while Blackrock and Vanguard are at it, why not also own the guns that their rap lyrics encourage listeners to use — to speed up their entry into the prison complex?




Mainstream media. Check. The music industry. Check. The prison complex. Check. This is crazy stuff if it turns out to be true.

The insider’s testimony checks out perfectly with the actual, provable facts of this case.

If this alleged meeting actually did happen, then we are looking at some very sinister connections between seemingly disparate corporations.

Indeed, after this alleged meeting in 1991, the entire rap music industry shifted to promote violence and drug abuse. For 28 years.

Let’s not forget that Black music in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, such as Motown and disco, was almost always about people being in love.

Granted, you had some early and humorous harbingers of what was coming, such as Curtis Mayfield’s “I’m Your Pusher Man.”

Warning: Do not watch the “Pusherman” video if you are recovering from a cocaine habit, as it would be very triggering:




If this horrific plan is indeed real, what happens when we analyze the principal investors in Facebook and Alphabet, the parent company of Google?

12/4/17: Blackrock and Vanguard Are Less Than a Decade Away From Managing $20 Trillion

The firms [Blackrock and Vanguard] are among the biggest holders of some of the world’s largest companies across a range of industries, including Google parent Alphabet Inc. and Facebook Inc. in technology, and lenders like Wells Fargo & Co.


3/19/18: And The Award For Facebook’s Largest Shareholders Goes To….

Key Points: Facebook’s largest shareholders are Vanguard, Fidelity, BlackRock and State Street.


This is what insiders call “vertical integration.”

The same firms that own the mainstream media and music industry also own the social-media giants, Google and YouTube.

Just like we saw with mega-banks in the LIBOR scandal, they only appear to be in competition with each other.

In actuality, they are merely akin to different branch offices within a single, larger (and hidden) corporation.

This interlocking directorate is what many are now calling the Deep State, though it goes by many other names as well.

The sudden, shock merger of YouTube and mainstream media makes far more sense once you understand that they are owned by the same entities.



Blackrock, Vanguard, Fidelity (with its pyramid-capstone logo) and State Street effectively control the US economy, as well as much of the world.

There are four investment funds — the Big Four — that control the US economy:

  • BlackRock
  • Vanguard Group
  • State Street
  • Fidelity

The 8 largest US financial companies — JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, U.S. Bancorp, Bank of New York Mellon and Morgan Stanley — are 100% controlled by ten shareholders.

The “big four” are major shareholders in all of these eight financial institutions.

As a result, the privately-owned Federal Reserve [which prints the U.S. dollar] is controlled by the Big Four…



The younger generation has almost completely lost interest in corporate television and celebrities at this point.

Unlike other eras, they are not being fed by the popular music that “young people are supposed to like,” simply because mega-corporations tell them to.

Rock music was a great social outlet and therapeutic tool, and it has arguably been killed off by the Big Four despite its innate profitability.

That didn’t snuff out the youthful spark of inspiration. Everyone simply migrated over to the instant, one-man-band world of YouTube.

The cool people are all on YouTube…. or they were.

You don’t need to learn an instrument, you don’t need to team up with other people, and you can “go viral” and become an overnight sensation without ever worrying about a record deal.

If your channel takes off, you can actually make enough money to survive, even while Alphabet / Google / YouTube quietly amasses the other half of your cash.



Perhaps it was my Gen-X cynicism, or my innate suspicion that it was only a matter of time before the noose would tighten on YouTube.

I admit it. I neglected YouTube like an absentee, phone-in father. Success occurred in spite of my actions, not because of them.

I felt incredibly betrayed and unsupported by this platform all along, for reasons we will now discuss.

This will therefore be the first of two ‘personal’ sections of the article, if you are interested. Otherwise, you can click ahead to Section Two.

This story is about as crazy as you can imagine. I ask you to try to visualize what it would be like to actually go through all of this yourself.

There was no love, no inspiration, and no desire for me to participate in YouTube.

I was aware that something was seriously wrong — well before this current “Big Plot Twist” and mass betrayal just happened.

For years I showed up to deliver maybe one or two videos a year. That was it. I still only have 31 videos on my channel as of today.



Literally hundreds of thousands of stolen copies of my material circulated on YouTube. They were low-grade bootlegs of conferences, radio shows and other episodes.

The sheer weight of stolen content would have made it impossible for me to make a living from doing my own videos.

The stolen videos were always monetized, sometimes to perverse extremes. And as I eventually discovered, someone was burning in links to child porn in many of these videos.

This is the first time that I feel safe enough to actually reveal what was going on, with the help of fully-legal photo documentation, as you will soon see.

The ad money was going into a real bank account, which should have been completely traceable and actionable to a real person.

Even with the help of attorneys pointing out the gravity of the crimes involved, we got absolutely nowhere.



The amounts of money involved in this theft were worthy of multiple felony counts for Grand Larceny, likely in the millions.

People would still watch videos that had a line of thirty or more yellow ad dots all marching along the timeline in military formation.

Until I joined a network last year that specialized in alternative content, it was literally impossible for me to get AdSense enabled myself.

I was perpetually waiting for a validation postcard in the mail that never arrived, and there was literally no other way to get started.

And as we will see in Section Two, almost immediately after I finally got up and running this past February with a creator network, I was body-slammed once again.



There was an enormous cottage industry of hundreds, if not thousands of stolen videos being uploaded every day… on various channels.

They were getting plenty of clicks… often tens if not hundreds of thousands of unique views. It was the “big time,” in a sense, but I had no control over it whatsoever.

This entity was almost certainly making far more off of my work than I ever did, just by this incredible industrial-scale operation.

A core of perhaps 100 pieces of content was being constantly and misleadingly re-titled, assigned the current date, and re-uploaded.

Apparently millions of people were going to YouTube, typing in “David Wilcock,” and watching whatever came up.

No one even seemed to care about the name or the origin of the channel. It was all about the name.

I even had people coming up and saying things like, “Hey, I watch you all the time on ____,” as if it was some legitimate entity.



You could look at any one of these channels and see that it had as many as thirty to fifty new uploads per day. Literally!

I made multiple attempts to contact YouTube about this overwhelmingly awesome theft, numbering in the hundreds of thousands of titles.

When you typed in my name and looked at how many videos there were, it went from a quarter million to over 500,000, depending upon when you did it.

YouTube told me that audio-only content, like a radio show appearance, was essentially open source.

Unless I owned and ran the radio show, I could not attach copyright to my audio.

Then, I would have to convince the radio-show copyright holder to fight constantly on my behalf to delete videos. Not going to happen.

Best of all, YouTube told me that “if a person thinks some audio is new, then to them it is,” and they can give it whatever date they want.



I did not want to supply this bootlegging monster with any usable new content.

Any new radio show would instantly “feed the beast” and re-appear hundreds of times a day.

Content was also being edited, modified, and packaged in various ways to make me look stupid, annoying, et cetera.

This even included cases where my voice was deliberately slowed down to make it sound like I had a disability.

The more unprotected radio shows I did, the more this problem would just mushroom completely out of control.

At the same time, there was a constant churn of wildly defamatory and mostly anonymous video attacks.

My audience was becoming enraged. The damage done to my reputation from all of this still reverberates for some people.

Many people were saying “David is So Greedy, Look At All His Ads,” and “Why Is He Constantly Re-Uploading His Old S#it With Misleading Dates to Make Money?”

In that second case, the question itself contained the apparent answer.



As a result, I disavowed the release of any and all audio, such as a radio show, unless the host had Content ID verification and would actually fight to delete bootlegs.

This simple math quickly reduced it down to only two choices: Coast to Coast AM with George Noory and Fade to Black with Jimmy Church.

At least this way, when the shows were stolen — and they constantly were — it was at least theoretically possible to take the videos down.

Just recently, YouTube demonetized Jimmy Church’s channel — for a good chunk of time.

Their excuse was that he had “far too many videos on his channel that re-appear all over YouTube.” These were his shows with me!

He had a horrific struggle convincing them that he was actually the ORIGINAL SOURCE of this massive cancerous growth!



It was so overwhelming that I could not stand to load up YouTube at all. My sidebar was clogged with endless, low-quality stolen copies of my own stuff.

I was told to file copyright strikes and given no other option. If I did this all day long, it was still impossible to even put a small dent in it.

Occasionally I could actually score “three strikes” and get a channel taken down, but it would immediately sprout back up again, often with the same name, videos and images.

I filmed footage of myself looking at all of this, and did not end up publishing it at the time. I largely kept all of this quiet.

The whole process was so disheartening that I could only ever dip in and TRY to do takedowns once every few months.

I did not have the money to hire someone else to do it for me, and it really served no purpose. This was industrial-scale stuff.



Eventually, in December 2016, the main guy doing all of this at the time got my channel “Permanently Deleted” —

by filing a legal challenge where he claimed that he owned the copyright on my videos!

But wait… that’s me in the videos, and here’s a copy of my driver’s license, YouTube!

Nothing. Crickets.

I had to deal with the guy directly. I didn’t actually look at where those burned-in links went until after he attacked me… and I legally responded.

YouTube forced me to hand over my address and contact info in order to legally respond to a dispute of this nature.

All he had to do was say he was going to use an attorney. He didn’t actually need one to fill out and send the form.



I actually had an email exchange with him, and quickly discovered that he was viciously hateful and manipulative. Not surprising.

He effectively wanted to hold me at gunpoint and have me beg on my knees for forgiveness and clemency, when it was very clear that he would then shoot me anyway.

He wanted me to be grateful for everything that he was doing.

He said he was “Promoting” me and building up the strength of my name. But of course, he never sent me so much as a single dollar of the massive ad revenue he was making off of my work.

It was all very psychopathic stuff. And then I went to the burned-in website addresses he put in my videos and had the shock of a lifetime.

The total lack of support from YouTube for well over a week, despite multiple attorney letters, was incredibly demoralizing and depressing.

It was right during Christmas, while on a family vacation. For several days I had no idea if I would ever get my channel back.



It was only after I wrote an entire emergency article exposing the problem, and asked you to help me, that YouTube restored my channel.

We actually had far more information on this guy than we released at the time. The legal proof was shared with YouTube.

We knew his real name. He had stalked, screamed at, and threatened other associates of mine with violence.

I was fortunate enough to have never dealt with him in person or over a voice line.

He had tried to break into the circuit and just never made it. His content always had very disturbing elements in it.

He was doing this same mass-reuploading to everyone in the UFO / disclosure community. I just seemed to be his biggest target.

We found out he would seduce women, move in with them, abuse them, threaten them, then steal everything they had and leave their house a horrific mess.



There were many different websites documenting these crimes, complete with the pictures, and tracking his movements.

For legal reasons I am not going to give out any of the names or website addresses at this time.

I typed one of his old phishing sites in just now, which had the porn links in it, and it is no longer active.

Either way, this could still be an actionable issue.

We had witnesses to his crimes, but they were terrified to speak because this man was so violently evil.

They knew he was a mega-womanizer and very dangerous, and one of them had witnessed him orchestrating this mass YouTube campaign against me on his computer.

He was apparently working as a team with two other guys, one of whom was his brother and a master computer hacker.

Shortly after they got my contact info through YouTube, I got weird phishing texts purporting to be from my associate Corey Goode.

It also seemed that one of these guys’ names was an alias, since it had a creepy sexual joke implied in the name.



Worst of all, my own videos were being re-uploaded with burned-in links and “bugs” that went over to child exploitation sites.

You could apparently order various disturbing videos through these sites.

This was almost certainly a credit-card phishing scam, and this guy would just ruin your life if he got anything from you.

This proof, again, was shared with YouTube through a top cyber-exploitation attorney.

We did not disclose this publicly at the time for multiple reasons, including simple personal safety.

The name I picked for him was deliberately chosen to hint at what was really going on, but no one connected the dots in a prominent fashion.



This disgusting agenda made his takedown of my own channel, for the better part of a week, all the more sinister.

It absolutely looked like a set-up to frame me for serious crimes that I was completely innocent of.

If my own channel had gone missing, and the only remaining videos linked back to kiddie stuff, that sure looked like a setup.

We finally got someone at YouTube to read our letters, and he promised to help. I believed him.

Our team wanted joint cooperation with law enforcement, as well as the following ‘wish list’ that would have followed:

  • Special flagging of anyone who starts uploading videos with this and other key names in them, in bulk;
  • Blockage of any and all linked bank accounts from being able to receive AdSense revenue ever again;
  • Freezing and depublication of any and all channels linked to these bank accounts;
  • IP tracing of where these accounts were originating from;
  • Cooperation in handing this sensitive and very serious information over to the FBI;
  • Et cetera.


Then our guy disappeared, and others showed up who ignored our entire thread. We were starting over from scratch every time.

First you would get the automated responses that had no awareness of the letter whatsoever, and simply told you to file takedowns or complaints.

Then you might get a ‘real person’ who obviously had not spent more than 30 seconds skimming through your letter or letters.

It was literally impossible to get any protective action on this.

It was a miracle that we were even able to get my channel back at all.



Here is a shortened excerpt from one of the emails we sent to YouTube at the time, which got us nowhere:

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: David Wilcock <____>
Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 6:54 PM
Subject: Re: [0-4185000015108] [1-1317000015183] YouTube Partner Support PLEASE HELP: MORE FALSE STRIKES FROM SAME CRIMINAL



A violent criminal is attacking my channel, and is widely exposed online for committing multiple felonies. He has just escalated the war with ANOTHER copyright strike against content that I own….

He burned his own weblink in as well as a “bug” at the bottom right. This obviously indicates he added these things to my existing video. This is copyright theft….

These two websites (in the link) OPENLY SOLICIT their viewers to download “forbidden” X-rated films that appear to involve sex acts with children. They also harvest credit card information….

There are literally dozens of places online where you can read about the awesome scope of “con” that this man has conducted. [LINKS NOT PROVIDED HERE]

He is an international fugitive with multiple felony warrants out for his arrest. He has fled from Britain to France to Spain to Monaco to Iceland….



Finallly, here are two of the disturbing, evil images that we included in the legal package that was sent, taken right off of these linked websites.

There is nothing illegal in these images. I would not upload anything here that was. Nor did I see anything like that on these sites, thankfully.

The girl on the right is wearing a weird Satanic backpack, giving a clear hint that she is supposed to be an under-age schoolgirl.

One of the characters is wearing an Eyes-Wide-Shut-style mask with a phallic nose and “fallen angel” wings.

Notice also that whoever commissioned this illustration used a “Blue Avian” cartoon character that was touching the pizza in the center.

This character shifted from blue to green due to the overall gray filter they used on the original image:





It clearly seemed that this man was being sponsored by very dark forces to do this, and was not acting alone.

[UPDATE: We know that traditional Japanese characters are represented in this illustration. That does not change the fact that the ‘kappa’ is similar in appearance to a Blue Avian, the obvious and very sick pizza references, and the art actually saying “Download ___ episodes now.”]

Corey Goode had asserted on our show that the alleged ‘Blue Avian’ ETs had also helped the Muslims.

Notice that the little Blue Avian guy in the above illustration has a Muslim prayer cap on.

The clear insinuation, from the wording and context, was that people I knew, like Corey, were involved in a “Demon Sex Crime Syndicate.”

Nothing could be further from the truth.

This stalker himself may have been a member of some sort of ‘Syndicate’ — in a classic case of projection.



Again… try to imagine if this had happened to you, and someone tried to set you up like this… on such a massive scale.

Potentially tens of thousands of videos are out there, trying to frame you as a peddler of the worst criminal material there is.

You pay for a great attorney. You have tons of evidence. Documents. Websites. Witnesses.

You believe there is no way this will be ignored.

You keep silent in the public eye, because you don’t want to enrage the guy and have him generate even crazier stuff to try to frame you with.

And then… absolutely nothing.

How in the world was this guy actually able to take my entire channel down with false copyright strikes for nearly a week?



The “Teddy Bear” had so greatly diluted my message that it was nearly impossible to find actual, new stuff by typing in my name.

If anyone had bothered to type in the links he burned into many of those videos, they would have soon found their way back to this disturbing solicitation.

I do believe that the law finally caught up with him, just based on how quiet things have gotten in the aftermath.

My lawyer did talk me through the entire process of filing all of this with the FBI through official channels, and I did it.

It also appears that the people Teddy had once hired to upload the videos then took over the business on their own.

In that case it was just to make money. Various clues suggested they were located somewhere in Southeast Asia.

Now it finally appears that YouTube has stopped this mass re-uploading scam as a whole, across the platform. That is a huge relief.

That is one of the main reasons why I even feel comfortable talking about this now. It was very demoralizing at the time.



So yeah. This stuff admittedly messed me up for a while. It is not fun having this level of evil directed at you. It is not at all like being a rock star.

No one was bootlegging rock albums and overdubbing messages in them linking the listener to disgusting criminal material.

Had this hideous frame-up actually caused any problems, I would have definitely gone public with this much sooner.

Social media? Maybe I’ll post something if I feel like it, and maybe for months at a time I will prefer to have a private and solitary life.

If I had really wanted to “Make Money,” I could have / would have / should have done a hell of a lot more than I was doing, like running multi-city conference tours… but I was fine with the quiet life of an artist.

That’s what made it so ironic when various attackers would accuse me of getting rich from this, or only doing it for the money.

If I wanted to ‘cash in’, I would have been constantly deploying social media, doing very regular conferences, and having lots of products for sale.



I did all the Old Stuff — I wrote a few published books, updated my own website, luckily got into a good show on Cable TV, and did three or four real-world conferences a year.

I continued to boldly expose the evil that I saw happening in the world, regardless of all these vicious counter-attacks.

The thing that disturbed me the most about YouTube and social media was that there was no management team I could call and hold accountable.

In the rock and roll era, your band had a manager, an agent, an accountant, and at least one executive at the label who your team could grill if something went wrong.

Not here.

Therefore, in light of my own experience, I can’t say I’m too surprised now that everyone has had the “Big Twist” and an epic betrayal from the tech giants.

If the crimes I exposed with my attorneys were not ‘good enough’ to catch even a moment’s attention, then it was complete anarchy.

The connections between these seemingly separate industries, through financiers like the Big Four, needs to be talked about.