How do people think if they don’t use facts? Short answer: they don’t. From Paul Craig Roberts and paulcraigroberts.com:
News From Information Clearing House
I just heard from Tom Feeley:
“I have been unable to determine why the website has been suspended, I have sent lots of, emails, telephone calls and faxes and have not received any response.
“The really frustrating thing is that I am locked out of the C panel and am unable to access files I need in order to migrate to another company’s servers.
“It’s frustrating and infuriating that a company would treat a customer of 18 year in such away, without warning.
“Thankfully, ICH supporters with tech abilities are assisting me and I hope that by Monday everything will be back to normal.”
It is curious that the host of Information Clearing House has not responded to Tom Feeley. Legally it would seem that the host of the website could tell the owner of the website that the host company had decided to cease hosting the website. But the host should not be able to effectively steal the ICH content by preventing Tom Feeley’s access to his website’s material.
Moreover, ethically, the host company should provide time for ICH to transfer to a new host.
If this is an action by the host, Tom should tell us who is the host so that everyone can protest and boycott that company. Indeed, the host might be subject to legal action.
It is possible that the host is not responsible and does not know the explanation. ICH’s disappearance could be the work of an immature and narcissist hacker amusing himself by causing trouble for others. It could be the work of the CIA, NSA, or Israel Lobby, or some Identity Politics freak. It could be a glitch of the digital world—just wait until there are self-driving cars. You can’t trust the digital world any more than you can trust CNN, MSNBC, NPR, the New York Times, Washington Post, Washington or London.