In England, they have a street level resistance to radical Islamic violence and harassment called the English Defence League. The liberal Parliament hates the EDL, even though it is the Parliament that refuses to protect the people. Anyway, the EDL is growing, in spite of all the bad things we read about it.
I used to go to its web site often, SNIP until some really sophisticated attackers claiming to be British Ops (That would be like our CIA) made the service inoperable.
My question is, if the government really wants to shut down a site, it is going to do it, right? At a certain there is no way to defend against it, right? The latest attack reads "host cannot connect to server." That means they are getting into to protocol, right?
Complaining to law enforcement at this stage is not going to help because the police are afraid of the Islamists and the politicians want the votes.
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