Although Youtube is a meta-TV as a procedure, the framing of documentation and the handling of an issue is still as on TV. The emerging of critical thinking towards any way of myth-making and the propaganda is still the question. Maybe one could scarcely foresee the unfortunate perspective that as the reproduction possibilities and the opinion hosting in mega platforms are increased by technology, at the same time the reproduction of superstition is increased and in full use for the production of profit, and contrarily the critical thinking is minimized. In other words, the Greek - Turkish war (that at the end is an aspect of the Euro Asian war) at the Youtube is directly connected with the medium itself and the very questioning surrounding web 2.0. Slavoj Zizek says that: It is thus not the fantasy of a purely aseptic war run as a video game behind computer screens that protects us from the reality of the face to face killing of another person, on the contrary it is this fantasy of face to face encounter with an enemy killed bloodily that we construct in order to escape the Real of the depersonalised war turned into an anonymous technological operation. The lack of alternative proposals and the weakness to react towards to the platforms - crucibles of Youtube, Myspace or the metaverses like Second Life, aren't they the Deleuzian tragedy of our times?