Google's Blogger Removes Gates of Vienna, Keeps al Qaeda Sympathizers
Update: They're Back

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The Banner of an al Qaeda Support website hosted by Google

The Gates of Vienna blog has been removed without explanation by Google's blogspot platform. I can't say I agree with these guys on everything, but what could they have possibly done that merited the entire blog being suspended?

Meanwhile, several blogs which openly support al Qaeda have been up and running for years.

UPDATE: It looks like Howie and I had the same thought at about the same time.

Update II by Howie: I've taken my post off the main page. So I'll add this note here to Rusty's post.

Gates of Vienna just emailed me and Blogger is claiming a technical glitch at the moment. Other blogs have been affected. So we'll give it a chance.

But considering mine and other conservative and counter Jihad bloggers own past experience with Google I won't be holding my breath.

UPDATE by Rusty: It looks like they're back up and running. So, the technical difficulty explanation seems .... plausible.

Nevertheless, Google's blogspot service continues to host a number of websites devoted to al Qaeda worship.

Posted by: Rusty at 02:19 PM


1 Well....yes, first reaction is that its fecking outrageous.
Next reaction...bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah,and hahahahahahja, and I might add h a ha ha ha ha....
That bloke who ran it is a complete and utter arsehole. He and his half-witted regulars are full of unequivocal endorsement of anyone who says they are anti-Islam without knowing a damn fecking thing about the people they are supporting. They are the kind of people who give anti-Islam a bad name.

Posted by: Axel at January 17, 2013 02:30 PM

2 Boo, Axel. Any anti-muslim is good enough for me just for that - being anti-muslim. I have a right to life, y'know.

As to google, for an independent 3d party it is very interesting to observe how you in the US are tolerating a terrorist sympathiser corporation that google is. Forensic audit anyone?

Posted by: HerWrath at January 17, 2013 03:30 PM

3 @2 its a case of whether you want to succesfully resist Islam or just pretend it.
For a start you said "anti Muslim". whoa. Im intensely anti-Islam but have nothing against Muslims.As soon as you drop that distinction, well, in the UK you can go to prison for it. The trouble is that "Muslim" is used as an identifier of a community, including people born into that community whether they are practising Islam or not. The biggest victims of Islam are Muslims themselves. as soon as you acknowledge that Muslim women are the main victims of Islam then you make the distinction between being from the Muslim community and Islam itself.
Its as simple as distinguishing between Germans and NAZIs. But the arsehole of Vienna cannot make such an elementary distinction. For all his sophistry and blather he is as thick as shit.
The trouble with Gates of Vienna is that by supporting everyone who seems to be anti-Islam, including those who are anti-Muslim and those who are anti brown skin, and those who want to gas the Jews (like our friend White Devil who comments here) they hand to the Islam apologists in the media and law the perfect weapon to use against us. We all end up being tarred with the same neo-NAZI brush.
Altogether, most of the people who are anti-Muslim HELP the agencies of Islam, whether the media, Leftists or groups like CAIR. These agencies thrive on the ability to point to examples of racists who are anti-Muslim and in that way clamp down on legitimate criticism of Islam. Look how they loved it when they were able to whip us with the anomalous instance of Anders Breivic the solitary single looney anti-Muslim terrorist.
Yeah, I'll repeat that, most anti-Muslim sites, rhetoric and activity actually help Islam and further the goals of stealth jihad. Gates of Vienna is on the borderline of being part of the problem.
There is one good thing about GofV though,it does introduce people to the story of 9-11 1683.
As for Google, it seems indeed astonishing that their execs werent jailed years ago.

Posted by: Axel at January 17, 2013 04:34 PM

4 I dont know why, but paragraph breaks dont seem to appear when I post.

Posted by: Axel at January 17, 2013 04:35 PM

5 GoV only says what most of us feel, that being---
If there are muslims anywhere who do not agree with the tactics used by all muslim terrorists, they can prove their harmless and peacful intentions by taking up arms against the terrorists. Nothing else, no other words or actions, will satisfy us. To refuse to fight against those co-religionists is admission of compliance.

Posted by: EROWMER at January 17, 2013 05:40 PM


Posted by: eli at January 17, 2013 06:18 PM

7 " Erowwmer, I take your side but think through what you are saying...if a twelve year old girl living in Bradford who through no choice of her own happens to have been born into a Muslim family...and is therefore Muslim, does not as you say take up arms against her community, that makes her an enemy of mine...or her ten year old brother, or the bloke called Nasser I had as a neighbour who drank like a fish ...because hes too drunk and doesnt give a shit about Islam...they are all my enemy? And how many of the potential victims of Islam(us, our folk) bother to do shit about it? Are they my enemies too?

All that kind of talk does is a) give ammunition to the dhimmis and the radical Islam fascists to slate us with and silence criticism of Islam and b) make it harder for the few Muslims who have the balls to speak out against Islam,like Jehudi Jasser or Noni Darwish, et al.

In places like Tower Hamlets inLondon most Muslims are going to be shit scared to say anything the Islamo-fascists that rule those areas dont like. Women get death threats if they dont wear a niqab.

My approach is to say Muslims and non-Muslims have a common enemy: Islam.

Posted by: Axel at January 17, 2013 06:26 PM

8 Axel, you are very sensible for a Brit.

Posted by: Mark at January 17, 2013 07:16 PM

9 Been reading Gates of Vienna for a few years now. And haven't yet seen much to suggest they see the "12 year-old girl living in Bradford" as a problem... Any examples?

What I have seen lots on there are:
a) examples of "cultural enrichment" - involving not your random 12 year-old girls, but Sharia gangs, groomers etc.
b) discussions about the reasons for the downfall of Western civilisation - with most of the attention on Western "intellectuals" and academics.

Anything wrong with the above?

Posted by: Green Infidel at January 18, 2013 05:00 AM

10 The asshats at Google have taken down Gates of Vienna. I just went there and got this:

This blog is under review due to possible Blogger Terms of Service violations and is open to authors only

Posted by: Mohammed pork be upon him at January 20, 2013 12:42 AM

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