Don't Tread on Media + Above Top Secret AllianceSubmitted by joshlekach on Thu, 12/19/2013 - 22:21
My new youtube show Don't Tread on Media just partnered up with online conspiracy/fringe media website Above Top Secret. They will start featuring our videos weekly. I am very excited to have this outlet that's allowing us to reach out to a wider range audience.
Here is our mini mission statement
I created this show because I'm sick of seeing conspiracy theories treated like a joke in the media, and I'm sick of seeing so many conspiracy theorists hyping and sensationalizing stories from behind the safety of a computer screen with an anonymous identity. As one of the millions of people searching for answers in this world of misinformation I decided to stand up and give our ideas a voice, and I want you to be a part of the conversation.
In my years of seeking out information online, I found the same three problems cropping up in my sources.
1. Humor. People who don't believe in conspiracy theories tend to not take those who do seriously. I feel that this is because most conspiracy sources take themselves too seriously. We have elected to take ourselves "un-seriously," so everyone from lifelong conspiracy buffs to concerned folks just beginning to break the surface can easily digest these topics and what we have to say about them.
2. Sanity. Not all conspiracies are created equal. We aren't here to treat every claim of Illuminati assassination or reptile overlords to be 100% true--we're bringing sanity to the table. If you have a problem with something I say, write it in the comments and let's talk about it. Which brings me to our third point:
3. Interactivity. So many websites, blogs and videos reveal information but do very little to create a dialogue between themselves and the audience. With Don't Tread On Media, we are ALL the audience. If you think you might have seen a UFO, know someone who says they've created a free energy machine, or have a news tip for us WE WANT TO TALK TO YOU. We will respond to every comment and look into every suggestion we get.
Josh and Team DTOM