Pewdiepie is currently engaged in a war for the very soul of the internet against the forces of the sterile, corporate, politically correct T-series. Pewdiepie who’s content can best be described as funny cultural satire, has the largest follower count on Youtube of 77 million subscribers. On the other hand, T-series can only really be described as a cold and sterile music channel that pushes the agenda of Globalism. Put simply Pewdiepie represents what Youtube should have been, but T-series represents what Youtube has become. At this stage, if Pewdiepie loses his top subscriber spot, Youtube may feel they can get away with banning Pewdiepie from their platform. So it’s critically important to subscribe to Pewdiepie now.
You could also call this a war for the wholesomeness of Youtube, as they clearly want to turn it into a corporate circle-jerk and the least creator-friendly site on the entire internet. T-series and Youtube simply represent only the worst elements of modern Globalist mainstream music culture now.
PewDiePie has repeatedly has slammed YouTube for its policies on monetization, copyright and content restrictions. He also has called out YouTube for bowing to corporate whims at the expense of the creators and users who made the platform popular in the first place. This is much to the fury of mainstream media and silicon valley, who clearly have their own plans for Youtube and probably culture and society at large.
The WallStreet journal website was hacked by Pewdiepie fans, who published an apology to Pewdiepie on behalf of the WSJ for their attempt to frame his politically incorrect humor as hate speech. They quickly took it down, but this no doubt caused no end of embarrassment for the mainstream media outlet.
Pewdiepie got into hot water with the neo-liberal establishment for recommending an anime review on Youtube by a politically incorrect content creator E;R, this was for The Last Death Note. Apparently, there was some anti-semitic content somewhere on the channel according to 'The Verge' "journalists."
A Pewds fan has also hacked a large number of printers raising awareness for Pewdiepie and his fight against T-series and Youtube.
In what can only be described as archetype NPC behavior, a history teacher has been caught on camera warning his students not to subscribe to, or retweet Pewdiepie or they could be sued as-well if Pewdiepie is sued for anti-semitism. He called the WallStreet journal a reputable source and called Pewdiepie anti-semitic, and that every time one of the students retweets Pewdiepie, any of his tweets presumably, they are retweeting anti-semitism.
You can only wonder at the sheer desperation and panic that this neo-liberal History teacher must be experiencing to even try this when faced with the growing politically incorrect culture of gen Z, despite all the best efforts of the neo-liberal elites.
While reviewing the Pavlov VR shooter, that resembles Counter Strike, a fan was pouring his heart out to Pewdiepie, when a player called RabbiShekel came along and shot the fan mid-sentence and ran off. The moment was hilarious for everyone but particularly for Pewdiepie who laughed out loud on the stream.
Buzzfeed accused him of anti-semitism by proxy because he did not act like some soy addled bugman and quit immediately in disgust, because someone named their avatar something politically incorrect.
Again you can only wonder at the desperation and frustration that Buzzfeed and other neo-liberal media must be feeling, that political incorrectness keeps persevering in gamer culture despite all their best efforts to shut it all down on social media.
Youtube Rewind 2018, a mashup of Youtubes most memorable moments over 2018, that failed to make any mention of Pewdiepie, despite him having the largest following of 77 million subscribers and something like 20 billion views, has received the largest amount of dislikes of any video in Youtube History.