Welcome to the new Infostormer site. As most of you are probably already aware, this site and many others like it were shut down following the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville this past August. It was the most heavy handed attack against free political speech in the entire history of the internet. Sites were shut down and social media accounts banned as large Silicon Valley tech companies conspired to make many of us non-persons on the internet. The goal was to silence all of us into oblivion. They have failed and their tactics have backfired.
These huge tech companies with billions of dollars in resources alongside a variety of Jewish terrorist groups conspired to silence the political speech of myself and others. It has become one of the most insane situations imaginable. Since these cowards can’t debate the logic and facts behind our statements, their only recourse has been to call us names and shut us down.
The Daily Stormer became the first site in the history of the internet to have its domain suspended by a registrar over political speech. Over the past three months, the Daily Stormer has gone through numerous top level domains in order to maintain a presence on the internet. The site has even had to retreat to the dark web numerous times as a new domain is registered and activated.
I’ve spent much of the past three months supporting the Daily Stormer with articles. I felt it was important to do this considering how much of a cultural and political force the site has become. The coverage we delivered of the Unite the Right rally was the best anywhere. Our coverage received tremendous amounts of attention on social media and on mainstream news.
With all that going on, there wasn’t a ton of time to rebuild my own sites. It was not a priority in the grand scheme of things. That’s why I quickly scrambled to setup a Drudge styled clone that made it easy to upload and share files. Right after all the initial shut downs took place, it was unknown what was coming next. Fortunately, things have gotten a little more predictable since then and I was able to find some time to slowly rebuild my site infrastructure.
This site at its peak got roughly 10 percent of the traffic that the Daily Stormer was getting. It is something that I’ve historically run on a part time basis. While not a major juggernaut by any stretch of the imagination, the site was still noteworthy enough to be a target. It has previously been referenced in various mainstream news articles and by a myriad of Jewish terrorist groups.
As a result, I felt there was enough value to put forth the effort in bringing these sites back to function the way were before Charlottesville. They represent another target that our political enemies have to deal with.
I’m still tinkering with stuff so bare with me if anything looks out of place.
Moving forward you’ll be able to find the Drudge styled clone at this address. This site will become a home for copies of the Sunday Stormer Edition and other files as needed.
The Infostormer forum is back up and running at this address. You’ll have to sign up for an account in order to comment on any articles posted on the blog portion of the site.
As some of you probably already know, I also started recording a new podcast. There will be an RSS feed setup for that shortly.
You can also follow me on Gab.
Much of my focus will remain on supporting the Daily Stormer with content, but I’ll be providing short form commentary on important news items here. There will also be edgier content posted here that for a variety of reasons is not suitable to publish on the Daily Stormer. All this will be combined with random photos of cute kittens and cats.
They thought they could destroy our political movement in one swoop after Charlottesville. All they have done is reveal Silicon Valley tech companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to be a bunch of humorless and tyrannical assholes.
There is now serious talk about the government regulating these companies so they are unable to render someone a non-person for voicing their political beliefs. Until that happens, I believe that sites like this serve an important role in showing how insane the existing political environment is.
If you think what I’m doing is valuable, please consider a Bitcoin donation. Maintaining this infrastructure takes a fair amount of resources.
Here’s the Bitcoin address that you can use to send donations.
I’ll soon be providing additional donation methods in the near future.
That’s all for now.