Friday, 11 April 2008

The silencing begins?

Google has deleted the blog Why South Africa Sucks, apparently for a Terms of Service violation.

Why South Africa Sucks was one of the largest blogs defending the rights of those of European origin on the web and had received more than 1 million hits.

The blog authors have temporarily set up an alternative blog. Here is the link to the new blog. Why South Africa Sucks was an irreverent and spiky blog which often ventured very close to the edge. All of us who run blogs, sign up to Google's Terms of Service, and I certainly seek to respect them.

However, there are very many edgy blogs out there and we can only wonder whether a blog addressing the plight of any other minority suffering at the hand of a oppressive and racist government would be treated in the same way.


Jeff ( Va. Rebel ) said...

Why would we expect different treatment in this venue than any other ? The media at large is biased against any truthful comments or exposures portraying the wrongs wrought against the whites . Our folk should have become aware of this by now .
They keep us mesmorized with creature comforts and distractions ... all the while driving us to the cliffs edge .

Anonymous said...

The blog has also been deleted, it seems.... The current regime surely wants to gag European South Africans from getting a call for help out to our ancestor countries in Europe. (I run a considerable risk saying this in the public domain- if caught I will surely lose my job as government employee). I agree with jeff.

Sarah Maid of Albion said...

You are correct, the second blog was also deleted by Google, however the ever resilient South Africa Sucks has moved on to its third home this year. you can find the new blog by clicking here or by pasting the following URL into your browser

Do take care when browsing and don't put your job at risk