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A one-two knockout punch has been delivered to the Daily Stormer by agents of the Deep State.
This article on dead mudshark Heather Heyer allegedly so offended GoDaddy, the site’s webhost, that it gave Andrew Anglin a short 24 hours to find a new webhost.
Then the leftist group Anonymous took control of the site, promises to permanently silence it, and threatened publisher Andrew Anglin.
I vaguely recall Anglin writing that GoDaddy was one of the few webhosts who would accept the Stormer. Perhaps the more serious problem is the threat by Anonymous. Obviously, the hacking by Anonymous is a crime, but one that no law enforcement agency will investigate.
Exactly when the remaining 24 hours of life the site has left are unclear, but you should visit if it’s still accessible. Putting a timeline together, I estimate the site will go dark about 11 P.M. Monday night.
GoDaddy, the world’s largest seller of domain names on the internet, said on Sunday that it would no longer provide service to The Daily Stormer, a popular neo-Nazi and white supremacist website.
The company has been criticized for providing services to white supremacist websites despite its terms of service that ban “morally offensive activity.”
The action was taken after The Daily Stormer posted an offensive article about Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old legal assistant, who was killed by a car that 20-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. drove into a group of protestors at the Unite the Right white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.
A GoDaddy spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that the company would cancel The Daily Stormer’s service if the website didn’t move to another domain provider within 24 hours.
“Given that [The Daily Stormers’] latest article comes on the immediate heels of a violent act, we believe this type of article could incite additional violence, which violates our terms of service,” the spokesperson said. GoDaddy clarified that the company does not host any Daily Stormer content on its servers but merely provides the domain name.
Shortly after GoDaddy announced their decision, The Daily Stormer website appeared to be in the control of the hacker group Anonymous.
GoDaddy isn’t the only tech company stopping people associated with the alt-right from using their services. Over the last few months, PayPal has banned accounts of several alt-righters, and crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe, Patreon, and YouCaring, have also cut fundraisers for alt-right-related causes. Last week, Airbnb started deactivating accounts of people it believed were booking units to host gatherings related to the rally.
BuzzFeed News has reached out to The Daily Stormer for comment.
In case it’s not clear to you, we are facing an existential crisis. White genocide is real and the world is conspiring to prevent us from talking about it. The huge outburst of far left activism is only the beginning. The real target is Donald Trump.
Each of us must now ask himself or herself whether you’re willing to fight and die or just give up. The rule of law is totally broken now. We’re on our own, as the alt-right in Charllotesville showed.