People participating in this political forum aways demand a posted credible source to back up one's opinion, claim, or agenda. But if the person posts a link to YouTube, all credibility to that person's claim is usually declared invalid. People usually demand a link from a mainstream media source. If the posted source is from an independent website or a video on YouTube, it's usually perceived as not credible and therefore invalid. The problem with that way of thinking is there's a lot of information out there that the mainstream media - which is bought and paid for by the corporate interests - don't want you to know. If I was to point out something that's happening in this world right now that's not being told by the mainstream media, I'd instantly be labelled a conspiracy theorist. The global elite is very clever at using the mainstream media to keep the general population pacified and entertained so that the people don't start thinking too much. They want you to work your 8 hour job and then come home and watch football. They don't want you reading books written by Jim Marrs, Daniel Estulin, and James Perloff. A general population that thinks too much and starts connecting the dots becomes a population that's a danger to the global elite and they don't want that. There's a lot of useful information available to you people on YouTube, but the key is entering in the correct keywords. The MacRumors political forum is my most favorite political forum on the internet; the reason for that is the involvement of its members who are intelligent and well educated; however, I get frustrated because I'm thinking of all the excellent topics that are not being discussed because you people insist on posted sources from the mainstream media.