Posted at The Gateway Pundit: “Amazon Deletes America’s Frontline Doctor’s Website from the Internet – Doctors Scramble to Salvage Site” By Joe Hoft
“America’s Frontline Doctors, the courageous group of doctors who spoke out against the government’s irresponsible and damaging COVID responses, had their website taken down by Amazon.”
Editor’s Comment: Amazon deleted America’s Frontline Doctors. Amazon deleted Parler. Amazon has stopped all sales of N-Acetly-Cysteine. Amazon has banned numerous books published by conservative authors, including Andrew Meyer’s book “Don’t Tase Me Bro”. See a pattern here? It is absolutely critical that anyone who publishes a conservative website, or any website that goes against the nebulous guidelines provided by their host, understand that their site can be taken down AT ANY TIME with very little warning by AWS Web Hosting. GoDaddy is another host notorious for taking down sites they do not agree with. Find an alternative host that does not censor free speech. Epik may be a good option.
Something else to understand is the ever-increasing pressure from governments regarding speech these governments disagree with. As insurance against being completely removed from the internet, many publishers have mirrored their websites, in one form or another, onto TOR Servers, which essentially eliminates the possibility of a domain registrar taking down a site, since TOR sites have self-generated url’s that are not registered. These websites require either the TOR Browser to view, or using the TOR function available in Brave Browser or Dissenter. VDare is one of those, Natural News is another (note, both of these links are TOR Browser links and will not open in a regular browser… you can download the TOR Browser here). We’ve published a detailed article on setting up your own TOR Server at home HERE that should work with virtually any computer.
It is also critical for conservative publishers to regularly download a complete copy of their website(s) to a remote drive that is air-gapped from the internet.
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