Posted 8 декабря 2021,, 15:49

Published 8 декабря 2021,, 15:49

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

YouTube blocked the channel of actress anti-vaxxer Maria Shukshina

YouTube blocked the channel of actress anti-vaxxer Maria Shukshina

8 декабря 2021, 15:49
Video hosting YouTube blocked Maria Shukshina's channel, which she announced on her Telegram channel. When you click on the link to the YouTube channel, the service displays the message "This account has been blocked for violating the rules of the YouTube community".

"And, yes, YouTube took down my channel ..)", - wrote the Russian actress in her Telegram channel.

“Shukshina created her YouTube channel in 2020 in order to publish documentaries about the Sredneuralsky nunnery and the former schema-hegumen Sergiy (Romanov - editor's note)”, - reports the Dozhd TV channel*.

Information about the reason for the blocking of the channel by Shukshina on the YouTube video hosting has not yet been announced.

In November, it became known that when trying to subscribe to the actress's Instagram account, users began to receive a notification about the regular publication of "false information" on the page. "And which Western masters would like their debunking?", - Shukshina commented on the decision of the social network. It is noteworthy that after that, the number of her subscribers began to increase sharply.

Maria Shukshina actively criticizes the campaign to vaccinate the population. According to "Dozhd"*, after being invited to visit the "red zones", she said that she was not against vaccinations, but against "the order of implementation" and "participation in the experiment of an unexplored vaccine".

Oscar Kuchera called the blocking of Maria Shukshina's YouTube channel an outrage. They have both previously criticized vaccinations.

The host told Rise that such bans do not solve the problem, but only force them to “shut their mouths”.

“This is just a disgrace. What kind of freedom of speech and publicity can we talk about then? This is what is called "shut your mouths". That is, we will not fight in reasonable ways with arguments, but we will simply shut your mouths. It seems to me that such things will provoke people, divide and exacerbate mistrust. I believe that this absolutely should not be. It's not smart".

At the same time, Kuchera added that he himself was never an anti-vaccine, he only "asked questions".

* - entered by the Ministry of Justice into the register of foreign media agents.