Great Moments in Censorship: Beethoven Bust

May 3, 2021

I noted a YouTube video called “Five Years on YouTube.” Well, not any longer. A highly suspect individual who has the gall to teach piano was deemed unacceptable. Was this a bikini haul by YouTube influencer/sensation Soph Mosca, who recently pointed out that reading a book was so, well, you know, ummm hard. Was it a pointer to stolen software like this outstanding creators’ contributions who seem little troubled by YouTube’s smart software monitoring system:


Nope, the obviously questionable piano teacher with 29,000 people who want to improve their piano skills is a copyright criminal type.

Watch the video. Notice the shifty eyes. Notice the prison complexion. Notice the poor grammar, enunciation, and use of bad actor argot.

Did you hear these vile words:

  • Beethoven
  • Upsetting.

And the music? I think Beethoven is active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media channels. He is protected by the stalwarts at Amazon, Apple, and Google. Did he really tweet: “Persecute piano teachers”?

What’s he have to say about this nefarious person’s use of notes from the Moonlight Sonata?

Asking Beethoven is similar to asking Alexa or Siri something. The truth will be acted upon.

I think smart software makes perfect decisions even though accuracy ranges from 30 percent to 90 percent for most well crafted and fiddled models.

Close enough for horse shoes. And piano teachers! Ban them. Lock them up. Destroy their pianos.

Furthermore the perpetrator of this crime against humanity ifs If you want to help her, please, contact her. Beyond Search remembers piano teachers, an evil brood. Ban them all, including Tiffany Poon and that equally despicable Dame Mitsuko Uchida who has brazenly performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 271.

Cleanse the world of these spawn of Naamah.

Stephen E Arnold, May 3, 2021


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