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Hellstorm Got More Than 1.5M Views in 1 Year Despite Censorship

By Kyle Hunt | 20 April 2016

RENEGADE TRIBUNE — Last year on May 1st I released a documentary that would go on to shake the world. I knew it would reach a lot of people, but I had no idea just how big it was going to be until it launched. It received over 10,000 views in the first 24 hours and then averaged about 10,000 views per day for the first week. In the first three months this official YouTube upload of Hellstorm racked up around 100,000 views per month. Then it was banned worldwide for a copyright claim, which was successfully contested, yet this version still remains unavailable.

Since I made this film publicly available for anyone to copy, the truth would not be stopped. People around the world uploaded the film to their own channels on youtube, some added subtitles in their own languages and we even had a whole German voiceover done, others put it up on other video sharing sites and made it available for download on torrents, while others purchased and burned DVDs for distribution. Because some of uploaders did not use the original title, I was not even aware of some of these copies until recently. All in all, the documentary has been viewed WELL more than one and a half million times less than one year later.

The top 14 uploads on Youtube that I was able to find are as follows (rounded to the nearest thousand views):
581,000 + 340,000 + 199,000 + 87,000 + 79,000 + 62,000 + 44,000 + 43,000 + 35,000 + 32,000 + 25,000 + 21,000 + 11,000 + 6,000 = 1,565,000

That total does not include any of the views outside of YouTube, DVD plays, or torrent downloads, which would add tens of thousands more at least. Also, one “view” on Youtube could actually be a group of people watching the documentary together, meaning that at least 2 million people could have watched Hellstorm by now. If Youtube’s view counts have been altered to reduce the perceived popularity of the film, which happens, the number could be even far more.

This is quite incredible for a film that had less than $4,000 for a production and marketing budget! Our enemies could only wish to get such results with so little spent, but their tired old narratives will continue to flounder, since people have been inundated with Allied propaganda for the past 70 years and do not feel compelled to spread this narrative far and wide, even if they still believe it. […]

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