An alleged “pro-pedophile” YouTube channel with nearly 7 million subscribers and over 12 billion views may have just been exposed—but not by the FBI, or federal investigators, but by comedy TV show host Daniel Tosh. (scroll down for video)
It’s either an indicator of America’s failing justice system or Tosh’s wild speculations.
“I’ll level with you,” says Tosh on a segment on his show, “I may have stumbled upon something dark here. Anyone watching these videos needs to put some pants on and turn themselves into the FBI.”
A stunning accusation to make, especially by a mainstream TV host, but even a passive investigation into the YouTube channel in question reveals some disturbing trends.
Like the consistent use of young children engaged in bizarre acts or positions, including a girl licking a cream pie in a video titled “Lucy’s Morning Routine.”
We won’t post any images from the video, as they are too graphic, but as any concerned parent might want to do, you can investigate the video for yourself here.
It has over 138 million views and mostly “likes”, though a considerable number of “dislikes” indicates the general public may have noticed its perverted undertones.
In a separate video titled “Escaping From Your Bed In The Morning!!” a young boy is strapped to his bed with duct tape, which could easily double as soft-BDSM-porn for pedophiles.
According to the Free Thought Project:
“Our investigation into the Seven Super Girls channel uncovered an incredibly disturbing phenomenon.
“The girls are all selected as stars of the channel by uploading an audition video to SAKs channels, pronounced “Sax” and eerily close to “Sex” — we believe on purpose. You decide for yourself.
“When you click on the link to the YouTube video, the official SAKs channels are listed in the comments section.”
The Free Thought Project also reports that the “contact” email for the YouTube channel, “firstname.lastname@example.org”, uses the British spelling of the word “inquiries” (beginning with “e” instead of “i”).
The New York Times reported on the SAKs channel, writing:
“The SAKs channels, as they are known, were started in 2008 by seven families in Britain who, in the early days of YouTube, wanted to make sure their children were making family-appropriate content. The only remaining parent of that original partnership is Ian Rylett, who is currently in charge of the SAKs operation.
“Mr. Rylett, who lives in Leeds, said producing the channels was essentially his full-time job. He and a team of six others take care of copyright issues, create sponsorship deals, come up with weekly themes, monitor the channels and arrange meet and greets. The tickets for a 1,000-seat event that is coming up in Orlando, Fla., are selling for $30 each.”
Bizarre, sexually-charged content promoted or involving children on YouTube is nothing new.
Recently, a trend using Disney or other children’s cartoon characters engaged in perverse or violent activity has surfaced on the popular video website:
You Can Watch Tosh’s Expose Of The YouTube Channel Here: