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Adrahil

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Folks, need your help with a White Supremacist website, if you care to help. (UPDATE 8-16)

This website:

http://www.dustinvictory.com/

It's run by a local shitlord in my city. This website is hosted by GoDaddy.

I am trying to get them to pull his website.

If you care to help, please go to this page:

https://www.godaddy.com/legal-agreements.aspx

And select report abuse in the lower right.

Select inappropriate conduct and then violence.

I used this quote as evidence of promoting violence:

"Great Victory against the commie left in Charlottesville,Virginia. We will be back with more rally's! Save our history and don't let the commie marxist erase our history that our four father's died for."

I said "Great Victory" celebrates murder, and the "more coming" is a threat, but pick your flavor of awful to object to if you like.

And yeah, the dude is nearly illiterate.

Update 8-16: They apparently got him to remove the test about the UTR rally. The website still promotes all kinds of hate, including a "game" called "Racial Holy War." I can;t seem to submit anymore complaints, but maybe some folks here can.

NYT vs. WaPo....

So, who's winning the race for the Pulitzer!?

Krugman opposes Greek "bailout"

http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/06/28/grisis/?module=BlogPost-Title&version=Blog%20Main&contentCollection=Opinion&action=Click&pgtype=Blogs®ion=Body&_r=0

"OK, this is real: Greek banks closed, capital controls imposed. Grexit isn’t a hard stretch from here — the much feared mother of all bank runs has already happened, which means that the cost-benefit analysis starting from here is much more favorable to euro exit than it ever was before.

Clearly, though, some decisions now have to wait on the referendum.

I would vote no, for two reasons. First, much as the prospect of euro exit frightens everyone — me included — the troika is now effectively demanding that the policy regime of the past five years be continued indefinitely. Where is the hope in that? Maybe, just maybe, the willingness to leave will inspire a rethink, although probably not. But even so, devaluation couldn’t create that much more chaos than already exists, and would pave the way for eventual recovery, just as it has in many other times and places. Greece is not that different."

His whole blog on the issue is worth reading. I have been skeptical of Greece leaving the euro as resulting in enything but disaster, but I think Krugman, as usual, makes some very good arguments.

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