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VAMatt said:

In my opinion, just about nothing should be age restricted, especially because the age restrictions do nothing at all to stop kids from seeing the stuff. So, no, I don't think your video should be age restricted.

That said, Youtube, like most social media platforms (using that term very broadly here) is very bad at censoring content. Some tame stuff gets flagged as adult, some adult stuff shows up for 5 year olds. It is what it is.

I'd say that your video in particular, and your song lyrics as well, are extremely disturbing.  I literally cried while watching living humans being pushed into a mass grave and children being separated from their parents. I had to stop watching. So, it doesn't surprise me that this is considered adult content.  

Incidentally, this is a good reminder that humans will do absolutely horrendous things when "following orders".  Sick.  

That's the whole reason why I made this video, because it bothered me greatly.  When I found out about events like the Nanking Massacre and Unit 731 about 15 years ago or so, I was saddened that not more people knew about these things.  Although that has changed a bit since then.  Soon after the 70th anniversary of the Nanking Massacre, a bunch of movies were made:  "City of Life and Death, Flowers of War, John Rabe"  Two of them were Chinese productions (the third one was a German production) so you could say that they were Chinese propaganda, but the fact that they were made and getting some attention was a good thing.  A lot of people watched "Flowers of War" solely because Christian Bale acted in the movie and so they learned about the Nanking Massacre for the first time--I learned this fact from reading many user reviews of the movie on

Yes, movies are only entertainment, but it can be a first step for people to learn about an actual event.