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Just to let you know that Catholic Voice has temporarily been hounded off the Internet by 8 British MPs led by John Mann, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Committee on Anti-Semitism. The libellous Early Day Motion raised by them in the House of Commons last Thursday can be found here. My ISP caved in to their complaint immediately, so I’m left looking for a new web host if I’m ever to get back on line.
Early Day Motion
ANTI-SEMITISM ON THE INTERNET
That this House notes the vile and anti-Semitic nature of the website http://www.catholicvoice.co.uk; notes that it is run by a known fascist and seeks to inspire hate against the Jewish community amongst others; understands that according to Nominet’s WHOIS service it is based in the United Kingdom through ISP provider Plusnet in contradiction with that organisation’s own hosting policies and remains available to be viewed by the world; calls on Plusnet to stop hosting the website content; and calls for the domain name to be revoked and believes that those who are writing, commissioning and uploading vile hate speech should face the full force of the law.