[Kp update: I was puzzled… if the site were taken down, then why would there be a nice looking front page, with links? There is an anon that had this to say about it, in Q post 1865: “Note to AJ shills. Nobody hacks a site and brings it down, but publishes a useful and informative redirect page… it’s… obvious this is a staged attack. Why am I not surprised?” Q responds: “Actors will act. We target NBC. NBC targets Q. Strategic? We are in control.” So anyway, there’s more data for the mill.]
I’m sure some have discovered this, and certainly it is related to the massive 8-6-18 removal of AJ and Infowars from several social media platforms related Kp blog post). I post this Newswars article here as it has many alternative ways to keep track of what AJ and his team post.
I am not a “hard core” Alex Jones listener and/or viewer, but I have received many news items in the past from his videos and articles, and I do see him as a valuable-to-humanity’s-waking-up process channel.
Here are several alternatives to the Infowars/AJ platform:
“[Infowars.com] is down again. We have been under cyber attack for over a week since Big Tech launched its purge. — Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 14, 2018
“The website… went offline around noon CST… one of multiple servers was inexplicably kicked offline.
“The Infowars website’s unavailability follows Big Tech’s coordinated censorship campaign of Alex Jones, which has now risen to 20 platforms, including Spotify, Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, IHeartRadio and more.”
Comes as social media giants try to silence political speech ahead of midterms
Alex Jones’ flagship website Infowars.com went down for several hours Tuesday, in a suspected DDOS cyber attack targeting critical Infowars infrastructure.
The website, which sees peak traffic during The Alex Jones Show – broadcast Monday through Friday 11AM to 3PM – went offline around noon CST.
According to Infowars IT staff, one of multiple servers was inexplicably kicked offline.
The Infowars website’s unavailability follows Big Tech’s coordinated censorship campaign of Alex Jones, which has now risen to 20 platforms, including Spotify, Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, IHeartRadio and more.
After being targeted for weeks, our #1A is in great peril!
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) August 14, 2018