Summary of 2022-09-18|P2 Sliker scammed $300k+ out of people; is Russia winning the economic war?

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The YouTube video discusses the negative effects of sanctions on the Russian economy, and how these sanctions are affecting different sectors of the economy. It also suggests that if Russia loses the economic war with the West, it could potentially disintegrate.

  • 00:00:00 In a speech last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin boasted that Russia had weathered the worst of the economic sanctions imposed by Western Nations. He said that gloomy predictions about the Russian economy's future didn't come true and that the sanctions had hit foreign economies much harder than they had hit Russia. He added that the Weaponry of sanctions is a double-edged sword and European Countries had dealt a serious blow to their own economies all on their own. Putin's supporters in the west make similar arguments mostly because it's easier to question how effective the sanctions are than to defend the morality of the invasion of the neighbor.
  • 00:05:00 Inflation is high in the European Union, and the sanctions are having an impact on the Eurozone's growth. The Russian economy has been struggling since February, when its Central Bank was frozen. This deficit has caused a budget deficit, and Russia has stopped exporting oil and gas.
  • 00:10:00 The situation in Europe will worsen in the near future, as additional European sanctions are set to kick in. These sanctions will include a complete ban on Russian crude oil and petroleum products exports, which will have a big impact on the country's economy. Manufacturing of automobiles and other goods has collapsed, airlines have slashed international flights, and pilots have been laid off, among other things.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses the negative effects of sanctions on Russia, and the possible reasons for this. It also discusses the current economic policies of the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how a recent law in Russia aimed at wealthier people and lower tax burdens has caused widespread concern about the future of the economy. It also discusses how platforms like Twitter may be able to implement rules against false advertisement, which may lead to unrest in the short term.
  • 00:25:00 The author discusses the negative effects of sanctions on the Russian economy, including a 20% fall in retail sales and a 78% decrease in Russians' plans to make major purchases. Russia's Central Bank has responded by imposing capital controls and high interest rates, which have partially stabilized the ruble. In addition, increased sales to China, India, and Turkey have offset declining exports to the EU. It is estimated that Russian oil revenues are only down 18 year on year over the January to August period. If Russia loses the economic war with the West, it could potentially disintegrate.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses the possibility of a Russian palace coup, in which oligarchs would overthrow Putin in order to get their wealth back. The sanctions have had a negative effect on the economy, and many Russian businessmen are opposed to the war.
  • 00:35:00 The article discusses how the Russian economy is doing, and how recent sanctions and the war in Ukraine are affecting the economy. It points out that Russia's pivot to the east will be difficult to execute, and that China is Russia's most important trade partner, but that China is likely unhappy with the situation.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses how Russia is struggling economically, and suggests that if Ukraine retakes Crimea, this could signify a significant setback for Putin.
  • 00:45:00 The YouTube user describes how he was banned from multiple betting sites for gambling excessively, eventually getting the ban lifted through a series of account changes. He says that his accusations against other YouTubers are correct, except for one.
  • 00:50:00 The presenter shares that they've been scammed multiple times, and one time their "sponsor" disappeared on them. They share that they're switching to Verizon, which has the best unlimited price for $30/month.
  • 00:55:00 The video's narrator talks about a man named Slicker, who was apparently scammed out of $300,000 by people on social media. The narrator advises Slicker to seek help, as the negative spiral he's in may not be able to be reversed.

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The YouTube video discusses the Slicker scam, in which a man scammed over $300,000 from people. The video provides advice on how to avoid scams like this, and how to deal with canceled payments.

  • 01:00:00 The video discusses the Slicker scam, in which the conman bilked people out of millions of dollars. The person who made the video says that, while it's good that people are being compassionate and nice towards Slicker, the only reason these people are still talking about him is because they were all friends with him. If Slicker were to get caught in a more serious scam, he would likely be harshly criticized by the community.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses a case in which a person lost $300,000+ gambling. The speaker tries to warn others about the dangers of gambling, and how it can lead to financial ruin.
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses a man who has been scammed out of over $300,000 by another man. This man, Slicker, believes that he can stop gambling by going to rehab, but admits that he has done this before and needs professional help.
  • 01:15:00 The video's speaker describes a person who has scammed people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and offers to pay for their rehabilitation.
  • 01:20:00 The video discusses a scammed person who says they were scammed out of $300,000. The person says they don't know how much money the scammed person owes, but they want to know. The speaker says they were not the scammed person's friend ever and wants to know the identity of the person who echoed the scammed person.
  • 01:25:00 In this YouTube video, a streamer named Slicker is discussing how he was scammed out of $300,000 by someone he thought was a friend. He says that this is happening to other streamers regularly, and that viewers should be careful about who they lend money to. He also says that he is sorry for the emotions that are going on in his life.
  • 01:30:00 The YouTube video discusses a scammed $300,000+ out of people, and provides examples of how scammers operate. The scammed individual's father has a similar condition to the scammed individual, and would be distressed if he found out about the scam.
  • 01:35:00 The video discusses a scam involving P2 Slicker, who is accused of scamming $300,000+ out of people. Slicker is lucky to have friends and acquaintances who can help him get bailed out, but he needs to get help himself.
  • 01:40:00 Professional poker player Slicker was scammed out of $300,000 by people he thought were going to repay him. He says that he is "one of the most prideful guys" and does not want help, but eventually decides to take advice from a friend in Mexico and ask for their help. The friends laugh at him and call him attention-seeking, but he says that he still wants his "heart" and is blocked from talking to them.
  • 01:45:00 The video discusses aSliker, a YouTube personality who is known for his risky gambling videos. In one of his videos, Sliker borrowed money from several people, but never repaid them. Several of those people have since contacted Sliker to ask for repayment, but he has refused to do so. The video ends with a message from Sliker's father, asking him to let him know when he plans to go to rehab.
  • 01:50:00 The video discusses a scam where a person scammed $300,000+ from people, is Russia winning the economic war, and how to milk the content for content's sake. Bushido is the top boss and Vegeta is the top dog, and they will make sure everyone is paid.
  • 01:55:00 The video is a commentary on theSliker scam, in which a man scammed over $300,000 from people by claiming to be a financial genius. The video discusses how to avoid scams like this, and provides advice on how to deal with canceled payments.

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This YouTube video discusses a scam where a man known as "P2 Sliker" scammed $300,000+ from people. The video argues that the problem is deeper than just one person, and that people need to be careful when promoting gambling as a form of entertainment.

  • 02:00:00 The video talks about a YouTuber known as "Slicker" who has been scamming people out of money for years. Slicker says he was gambling before Twitch existed, and that this is not a relevant issue. He also talks about how Twitch should have resolved the gambling issue months ago, and how it's difficult to take gambling out of the platform. Finally, the video talks about a Twitch user known as "Devin Nash" who is usually right about this sort of thing, and how he left Twitch over the issue.
  • 02:05:00 The video discusses a scam where a 27-year-old man scammed $300,000+ out of people. The scammer's friends are trying to help him pay back the money, but he is behaving like a spoiled child and won't listen to them.
  • 02:10:00 The video discusses how a Sliker, who is known for scamming people out of money, was caught on video scamming again. The Sliker's former friend Minx, who is also known for her involvement in the Raja dating show, gave him money. The Sliker is now angry and has started a livestream to try and get more subs.
  • 02:15:00 The video discusses a YouTuber who has been accused of scamming thousands of dollars from people. The YouTuber, known as "P2 Sliker," has been banned from several channels for his behavior, and many viewers are calling for his removal. However, the creator of the video argues that this is not enough, and that the problem is deeper than just one person.
  • 02:20:00 In this YouTube video, Jake talks about a scam that he was scammed out of $300,000. He says that he is "really sad" and "depressed" but that he needs to try and stay positive. He talks about how his friend didn't think about him and didn't care about him, and how he felt like he was "schizoid" and "just a kid sword." He goes on to say that he is "almost first try" and that he is "close to getting in on the drama" but that he is scared because he doesn't want to "escalate the situation any more." He talks about how girls in the streaming community are "special" and that they have "crystals" that "unlock" when they have eyeliner and makeup on. He ends the video by saying that he trusts his friends, but that he should be "doing something instead" of watching streams and eating.
  • 02:25:00 The speaker discusses how a streamer they once trusted and gave money to has scamsmed them out of over $300,000. They believe that this is because the streamer is motivated by greed, and that socialism is needed to organize working people to fight for their demands.
  • 02:30:00 The caller expresses frustration with the way that people are defending a man who admitted to stealing money from many people. He brings up the idea of friends helping each other, and says that it's not unreasonable to expect that friends would be upset when a friend is in need and does not repay a loan. The caller says that number one is about the issue at hand, and number two is that he does not understand why people criticize others for wanting to get involved.
  • 02:35:00 The video discusses how a Sliker scammed $300,000+ out of people, is Russia winning the economic war, and Casey Tron stepping in to "attack" him. Sliker says he doesn't mind people reacting to his commentary, but Casey Tron is "staking her reputation on defending that guy," which is why he attacked her. Sliker explains that there are two types of streamers - those who are "good with money" and those who don't waste it, and he believes the latter are "anti-social losers." Sliker concludes that giving money away is an exceptional circumstance, and the person should be careful not to bleed themselves dry.
  • 02:40:00 Slicker, a popular gambling streamer, has been accused of scamming money from his viewers. Summit, another top streamer, said that most other streamers start streaming when they are still in high school or college and that there is nothing that can be done to stop the trend.
  • 02:45:00 In this video, host Train talks about how some people are blaming Twitch streamer Slicker for scamming hundreds of people out of money. Train argues that the real problem is Twitch's availability of gambling content, not Slicker himself.
  • 02:50:00 Train argues that Slicker, a professional streamer who has been accused of scamsming $300,000+ from viewers, is a problem that needs to be addressed. Train says that there are way worse people out there than Slicker, and that people need to be careful when promoting gambling as a form of entertainment.
  • 02:55:00 Train Sliker is a popular YouTube personality and gambling promoter who has been known to scams people out of money. A user suggests that Twitch, a video streaming site, take action against Sliker if he does not stop promoting gambling.

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In the video, "2022-09-18|P2 Sliker scammed $300k+ out of people; is Russia winning the economic war?", the speaker discusses how a scammer, Slicker, took $300,000 from people. He also talks about how some people are accusing Ms. of being responsible for the scam, even though she was willingly involved.

  • 03:00:00 Rachel Richardson, 19, a black woman on the Duke University women's volleyball team, alleges that she and her team were subjected to racist abuse and threats after their August 26th match against Brigham Young University. Richardson's grandmother, Lisa Pamplin, is a criminal defense attorney running for a county judgeship in Texas and she tweeted about the incident the next day. Richardson's story reached national attention, and has since drawn the attention of sports figures and advocates for diversity.
  • 03:05:00 Rachel Richardson, the daughter of a police officer, posted a harrowing account of the night she was falsely accused of stabbing a girl, which was then shared by her father. Despite an onslaught of slurs, Richardson described how she was afraid for her safety if she responded to the crowd.
  • 03:10:00 The author discusses how her African-American teammates and she were targeted with racial slurs and threats during a college basketball game, and how this led to them feeling unsafe. ESPN aired an interview with Richardson a few days later in which she said that as the match progressed, the atmosphere in the student section changed from positive to negative and more extreme. The national response to this allegation was swift and righteous, with Utah's Governor Spencer Cox issuing a statement and several major media outlets publishing articles. However, there is no evidence that the events described by Richardson and her family occurred, and journalists who reported on the story were wrong.
  • 03:15:00 The video discusses the issue of activist journalists, and talks about the ways in which they can be problematic. The commentator suggests that journalists should have a level of objectivity, and should not express their political opinions publicly. He also argues that once a journalist starts inserting themselves into the story, it becomes difficult to trust them.
  • 03:20:00 The video's speaker discusses how a socialist, Hannah Buress, who sniped the speaker, was friends with the camera operator of Sliker's campaign manager, and how Buress' lack of transparency makes her more likely to lie. The speaker also discusses how, as a journalist, one's job is to report the facts, not to have an ideological standpoint that affects their reporting.
  • 03:25:00 The journalist suggests that the lack of objectivity in journalism is a problem, and that the fairness doctrine, which was designed to promote a variety of viewpoints, has been abused. He believes that the problem is more widespread than just journalism, and that it needs to be addressed by the institutions themselves.
  • 03:30:00 The video discusses a man who allegedly shouted racist slurs at a basketball game at BYU. The man's ban was lifted, and it is unclear why his findings contradict the account by the player and the university. The video provides examples of journalism 101, and highlights the importance of verifying information before publishing it.
  • 03:35:00 The video discusses the case of P2 Sliker, a Russian man who was recently charged with bilking people out of millions of dollars. The accompanying transcript discusses how journalists have been credulous in reporting on similar cases, and the consequences this has had. It also mentions how college sports should be more serious about creating a inclusive environment for students of colors.
  • 03:40:00 In this video, Keemstar and JackJoe talk about a YouTuber who scammed people out of $300,000+. They mention that the YouTuber is black and has degrees, which makes her "stolen" in their eyes.
  • 03:45:00 The creator of the video, "Destiny", discusses how a scammer, Slicker, took $300,000 from people. He also talks about how some people are accusing Ms. of being responsible for the scam, even though she was willingly involved.
  • 03:50:00 Slicker, a YouTuber who has been accused of scamming $300,000 from people, is mentioned in a Twitter chat discussing how to pressure Twitch into releasing a statement condemning the behavior. Slicker is defended by some people in the chat, but is ultimately criticized for his behavior.
  • 03:55:00 The speaker discusses how they feel good about their recent performance on Twitch, and how they are considering what their next steps will be.

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The YouTube video discusses a scammer who has scammed $300,000+ from people. The scammer is from Russia, which some people are attributing to the country's win in the economic war. The video's speaker says that he is going to catch up to the scammer's YouTube channel and then they will be at 500,000 subscribers.

  • 04:00:00 The YouTube creator discusses how Slicker, a scam artist, ruined dozens of people financially. They suggest that Twitch ban all scammers to prevent this from happening again.
  • 04:05:00 The video discusses Slicker, a scammer who has scammed $300,000+ from people. Slicker is a victim of gambling addiction, but is also an adult human being. He has made bad choices, but Twitch should not hold him accountable for them.
  • 04:10:00 The video discusses the case of a person who scammed $300,000+ from people. The author believes that this person should be banned from Twitch because it is not their responsibility to keep people alive. The author also believes that Twitch should examine the damage that not betting this person can do.
  • 04:15:00 The video discusses a scammer who has scammed $300,000+ from people. The scammer is from Russia, which some people are attributing to the country's win in the economic war. The podcasters "twiv" have put together a lot of research on the rates of long-term complications from Covid. Most of the complications happen during the Delta phase of the Covid pandemic.
  • 04:20:00 The speaker describes a time when they were forced to get a buyout from their former Esports team, and discusses how Carlos "Ocelote" Rodríguez doubled down on his controversial comments about women shortly thereafter. The speaker believes that Rodríguez is motivated by greed and misogynism, and that he is one of the few people they can talk to about the issue.
  • 04:25:00 The speaker provides a brief overview of their personal experiences with alternative social media platforms, highlighting that each platform eventually fails because of the lack of a "hero." They speculate that this is because these platforms are reliant on the existence of a "big problem" to maintain user engagement.
  • 04:30:00 According to the video, the truly depraved insane people go to platforms like YouTube and Twitter, where they make it a completely radioactive system for advertisers or to monetize it anyway. This is one of the reasons why the 2020 US presidential election is important. Odyssey, a YouTube channel run by neo-Nazis, is trying to escape this. Gab, a Twitter account run by white supremacists, is also trying to escape this. However, support for these platforms is surprisingly not happening a whole lot. Twitch, a social media platform, is policing actively because of advertiser feedback or because of the culture that Twitch is trying to create.
  • 04:35:00 The video discusses how a video of a YouTuber discussing Jewish extremism made it into Congress. The YouTuber, Sunico Fuentes, says that he's glad his video was used as a background, because China has taken over most of the world's economy.
  • 04:40:00 The video discusses how a YouTuber, whose content is often labeled as extremist, was recently scammed out of $300,000 by someone claiming to be from Russia. The YouTuber speculates that the scam may be part of Russia's efforts to win the economic war.
  • 04:45:00 The video's speaker, a man, talks about how he was scammed out of $300,000 by a Sliker. He says that Sliker is married or has a girlfriend and boyfriend, but he still scams people. The speaker says that he's going to catch up to Sliker's YouTube channel and then they will be at 500,000 subscribers.

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