The closure of 70,000 blog on the philosophy of the Obama Administration

A U.S. civil dispute between those who believe in liberalism (also known as progressive) and those who believe in conservatism.

And however much the media tries to distort the facts, U.S. is center-right. It always has been in its foundation and will continue in the future because that’s what makes America unique in the world.

And just look to Greece to see what happens to a nation that is wild pig in liberalism, economic collapse riots in the streets, fighting, and moral decadence.

Big lie of liberalism is trying to sell the idea of “Utopia”, but in reality is nothing more than spread the misery by the central government acting on the behalf of the people and tells them how to live their lives.

The idea of “freedom” becomes the enemy of the Liberal statist. And that is why President Obama rarely or never use the word “freedom” in any of his speeches.

Obama believes in freedom of the state and not the individual.

Say CBS :

A Web host service shuts down a blogging platform and said authorities forced its hand. But the RIAA, MPAA and Homeland Security’s antipiracy unit hasn’t heard of the site. Who’s responsible?

Blogetery.com, a little known WordPress platform used by more than 70,000 blogs, was shut down by its Web hosting company over a week ago and nobody seems willing to say why or who is responsible.
BurstNet, the Web hosting company, informed Blogetery’s operator that service was terminated at the request of some law enforcement agency but wouldn’t say which one.

As for the reason, BurstNet hasn’t made that clear either. In an e-mail to Blogetery’s operator, BurstNet managers did say, however, that they had little choice but to terminate service.

“Please note that this was not a typical case in which suspension and notification would be the norm,” BurstNet wrote to Blogetery’s operator. “This was a critical matter brought to our attention by law enforcement officials. We had to immediately remove the server.”
BurstNet executives were not immediately available for comment on Sunday afternoon.

Those BurstNet never indicated Blogetery’s problems were caused by copyright violations, TorrentFreak, a blog that covers Web file-sharing issues and broke the story, wrote that the U.S. government may be involved as part of stepped-up antipiracy operations.

Nearly three weeks ago, a group of federal law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a unit of the Department of Homeland Security–seized assets and Web sites belonging to people authorities say operated illegal file-sharing sites.

President Barack Obama has said his administration is going to get tough on piracy and counterfeiting.

But on Sunday, a spokeswoman for ICE said “while ICE’s Internet piracy enforcement efforts are still very much ongoing, we were not involved with the action.”

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