From Arutz Sheva:
After it got over 3 million hits in barely a week, Youtube has removed the Latma parody video, “We Con the World,” a satirical musical portrayal of the true intentions of the Turkish-Hamas 'love boat' captain, crew and passengers.It is my understanding that it has been reposted, however this copy is from “Atlas Shrugs”:
The removal was first discovered by journalist Caroline Glick, who edits the Hebrew language Latma website, which originated the video. According to Youtube, the video violated the copyright of the companies that own the rights to the “We Are the World” video, produced in the 1980s to raise money for hunger in Africa.
While it's true that the copyright to “We Are the World” is owned by Warner/Chappell, says Glick, “Copyright experts we advised with before posting the song told us in no uncertain terms that we were within our rights to use the song because we did so in accordance with the Fair Use Doctrine.”
This has been pulled, because of the lack of will in respect to offending Jihadists, rather than any doubts about copyright. They are not afraid of any physical danger; it is the fear of political incorrectness that renders them impotent. This is not the adverse action of large corporations stifling the rights of the average citizen; it is the cowardly actions of small men afraid to be seen as being outside the collective immorality of the beehive society, letting down the righteous.
We’ll make the world;
Abandon reason; …
It's happened already.