DreamHosting a White Europe

Associated Press

WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Poland has asked the U.S. government to help it shut down an American-based server [DreamHost] hosting a Web site run by a banned extreme right group, an official said Sunday.

Redwatch, allied with the far-right Blood and Honor movement, recently posted a list of journalists and activists they considered “anti-fascist” on the Web site, complete with details of where they can be found.

[NB. According to other reports, the site has been operational since January.]

One of the activists listed on the site was stabbed on a Warsaw street earlier this month, the knife narrowly missing his heart, the Reporters Without Borders organization said.

The Web site, an offshoot of a site run by Blood and Honor, is hosted by a server in the United States and Polish authorities cannot shut it down, said Konrad Ciesiolkiewicz, spokesman for Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz. He said he did not have specifics on which state the server was in.

[Huh?!? Well, the company’s offices are located in Brea, California. Maybe the authorities should consider asking them? After all, they do boast that “You can reach us any time – day or night!”

DreamHost Offices
PMB #257
417 Associated Rd.
Brea, CA 92821
FAX: 714-990-2600]

“It’s a political gesture, we sent the request two days ago. We’ve also been in touch with the FBI,” he said.

Redwatch is an international far-right group based in Britain. Its Web site posts names, photos and addresses of human rights activists, gays and left-wing journalists under the slogan, “Remember places, traitors’ faces, they all pay for their crimes.”


About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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6 Responses to DreamHosting a White Europe

  1. No name says:

    Same thing is with AFA servers – they monitoring right-wing opponents (and not just nazis). Same meter for everybody 🙂

  2. Andy, you should look into the story a little further. Those “nazis” are indigenous rights activists – Europe’s indigenous population.

  3. @ndy says:

    The doctor will see you now Mister Reyfield.

  4. Mick Reyfield says:

    Well, you seem to always demonise Indigenous European activists.

    European’s [sic] deserve their rights, you know!

  5. Mick Reyfield says:

    Oh, yeah, keep Europe White.

  6. @ndy says:


    This website, available in english, french and italian, aims to provide systematic monitoring of judicial, legislative and other materials related to the protection of fundamental rights in Europe.

    To this end relevant data is regularly entered to enable the user to identify and consult:

    * european legislation and other acts and provisions deriving from the European Union or the Council of Europe in relation to the protection of fundamental rights;
    * the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice and the decisions of national judges applying European legislation or principles regarding fundamental rights.

    The information is arranged according to the rights sanctioned by the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights (Charter of Nice) and a list of entry words from this Charter. A summary of the main contents of each document is provided, as well as a more detailed commentary on particularly important cases. Special attention is given to the question of the effectiveness of the Charter of Nice, innovative judicial interpretations and to the relationships between courts. The user will therefore easily be able to reconstruct, right by right, the evolution of the legal framework.

    Every two months the website will publish a newsletter looking into the most important developments, a digest of the case-law and essays written by collaborators and the editorial staff.

    The website constitutes the underpinning and documentary basis for a broader project to set up an “Observatory on fundamental rights in Europe”, which, through conventions, research, collaboration with other institutes, universities, journals and associations, aims to raise awareness on this matter, so essential to the integration process, in an extended dialogue between legal practitioners, scholars and citizens of the European Union.

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