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WordPress/Automattic Shuts Down FellowshipoftheMinds

By James F. Tracy
(Updated 8/15/18)

In the latest action suppressing online political speech the always informative and entertaining FellowshipoftheMinds blog (FOTM) has not just just been censored, but entirely removed from the internet.

Automatic, the San Francisco-based online behemoth that operates WordPress.com and provides services to virtually thousands of bloggers worldwide, took the action against FOTM’s owner and editor without warning earlier today.

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Sandy Hook Fraudster Lenny Pozner Targets MHB

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Lenny Pozner and Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi Yisrael Deren of Western and Southern New England on the Last Day of Hanukkhah, December 16, 2012

Sandy Hook copyright infringement warrior Lenny Pozner has over the past week taken aim at Memory Hole Blog’s new ISP BlueHost.com with a barrage of bogus copyright claims leveled at the site. BlueHost has in turn used such claims to pressure this blog’s editor to take down several images of “Noah Pozner,” all of which have been allowed to remain on MHB by BlueHost’s partner and former MHB host Automattic under “Fair Use” provisions. Such images have also already appeared throughout major media to report on and discuss the December 14, 2012 event–supporting the official narrative and thus in ways Sandy Hook event participants have found beneficial to their multi-million dollar fundraising industry.

BlueHost CEO James Grierson fancies himself an “open source and web technology advocate.” Yet in practice his company’s Legal Department is especially hostile toward his clients and the very notion of “Fair Use,” taking a no-prisoners policy on copyright infringement claims, even if they’re filed by dubious parties and entirely unexamined.

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