A new entertainment phenomenon has grown out of online videos and gaming. Anyone with the availability to edit online videos is in part the activity that defined this Iranian woman’s life and gave her a new online revenue stream.

Nasim Najafi Aghdam’s VIDEOS:

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Nasim Aghdam was rather sexual (in comparison with the usually conservative Iranian women), and lived in a lovely home.

Aghdam’s father called police to warn them that she was unbalanced and on her way to YouTube and he was worried for her. She was there to case the landscape.

A Mountain View police spokeswoman told the press that officers had found a woman named Nasim Najafi Aghdam asleep in a vehicle early Tuesday morning in a parking lot (the day before the shooting).

“The woman confirmed her identity to us and answered subsequent questions. At the conclusion of our discussion, her family was notified that she had been located.”

View the variety of her videos and arrive at your own conclusions.

Aghdam enjoyed recording cooking shows, pro animal videos and had several exercise videos as well. Along with those qualities she presented symptoms of mental illness and instability.

The LA Times interviewed Aghdam in 2009 at a Camp Pendleton protest where Marines were using pigs in training for treatment of battlefield wounds.

“For me animal rights equals human rights,” said Aghdam, who identified herself as an office manager at a construction company in San Diego.

“Just because they can’t talk doesn’t mean we should take advantage of them.”

It is likely, that one clever video she created so violated YouTube’s TOS (terms of service) that YouTube shut off all five of her channels. That was her last straw.

In one video she had taken an America’s Got Talent video and inserted herself into the video as an audition.

San Bruno, California wasn’t ready for Nasim Aghdam to shoot up YouTube office employees and the campus was virtually unprotected.

Aghdam, 39 entered the campus and opened fire. She wounded three employees before killing herself reported the San Bruno Police.



Nasim Aghdam has a website with a manifesto that targets YouTube for censorship and for demonetizing her video content. It reads…

“Be aware! Dictatorship exists in all countries but with different tactics!” she wrote.

“They only care for personal and short-term profits and do anything to reach their goals even by fooling simple-minded people, hiding the truth, manipulating science and everything.”

Aghdam accused YouTube of censorship in seeking to silence her voice.

She also complained about not making enough money off YouTube ads by her content, claiming she got only 10 cents for pages that drew 300,000 views.

“There is no equal growth opportunity on YOUTUBE or any other video sharing site,” she wrote. “Your channel will grow if they want to!”

 

 

 

 

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