Mar 28th, 2012 by whtt
John Hagee Ministries forced YouTube (part of Google) to remove our video, "John Hagee with Benny Hinn: Praying For War In The Name of Jesus" (you can still watch the video on this site) because they claimed to have a copyright on the clip we used in our video. How does a prayer offered to God in public, and aired on commerical TV, have claim to a copyright? The copyright on the whole program actually belongs to Benny Hinn Ministries from the 2003 show the prayer was taken. We're grateful that we caused some feather ruffling in the radical Christian Zionist camp! We also talk about another potentially dangerous phenomena coming in on the radar screen known as Messianic Christianity, where God is being promoted as a racist. The Messianic movement is converting Christians into followers of Judaism. Don't miss this program.
Why don’t you all file a DMCA Counter-claim? YouTube would have to restore your video and it’s doubtful that Hagee would sue.
We wish it was a simple matter to file a counter-claim. A trailer of our newest documentary, “Christian Zionism: The Tragedy and The Turning, Part 1″ was kicked off our YouTube site by a former employee who claimed that he held the copyright. It took months to get the trailer reinstalled by Google. And, we hold a copyright on that video. It’s much easier to create another zinger video to test Mr. Hagee’s “Christian” love and tolerance. - Tom Compton, WHTT