Its interesting that when you search for "cassiopaea" on youtube four of these types of videos show up on the first page despite having so few views... One has 1000 views, two have 500 views, and one only has 42. 3 of them beat out the Knowledge and Being video from the official cassiopaea channel which itself has 16,825 views.
Very strange. Why would that be with such low number of views (besides being very irrelevant to a search for cassiopaea)?
One thing Youtube may factor into its ranking algorithms is how often the video is linked or embedded. Depending on how deep the COINTELPRO's reach into anon website families was it could have been continuously reposted or "copypasta'd" around. (Heck, they could have a swarm of dummy sites that embed or otherwise exploit the ranking algorithm). However, that doesn't explain why the anti-cassiopaean Christian prostelytizing piece, which has ~500 views by an account which has that as its only video (which we can guess has minimal exposure at best) got ahead of the Knowledge and Being Part 1.
I'm inclined to think co-opted Anon videos (or Cass-negative videos period) may be receiving preferred treatment in the algorithm for topic X... but it's hard to determine. Are there any video smears that didn't make it to the front page?