Apparently GoDaddy got too many complaints from people who wanted to see the sites taken down because they disagree with their ideological content. Prothink received the following message from GoDaddy on June 22nd, 2012:
From: GoDaddy Network Abuse Department
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2012 7:50 PM
Subject: Customer Warning – PROTHINK.ORG & ZIONCRIMEFACTORY.COM
Dear Sir or Madam,
Our records indicate that you are responsible for the PROTHINK.ORG & ZIONCRIMEFACTORY.COM domain names and their hosted content.
We have received complaints about your domain name and the contents of your website. Upon reviewing the situation, we have found that they are in violation on section 7 of your Domain Registration Agreement. (http://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/legal_agreements/show_doc.asp?se=%2B&pageid=REG%5FSA)
We understand that this can be a very sensitive topic, and that there will likely be a difference of opinion as to the nature of the complaints. We are not making a determination in favor of either, but do not wish to be involved in such disputes. As a result, we ask that you move the registration and hosting for these sites to another provider (Not affiliated with GoDaddy.com or our Reseller division, WildWestDomains.com).
If you can initiate this move within 48 hours of the transmission of this notice, there will not need to be any downtime for your site. If the transfer is not initiated by this time, we may have to suspend services to your website.
We strongly recommend you reply to this message as to your intentions. This will further help insure that no unnecessary downtime results for your site. If you have any questions, please let us know. Please be aware that this decision is final, and we do not wish to debate the actual content of your site.
Network Abuse Department
24/7 Network Abuse Department Hotline: 480-624-2505
Note that Section 7 of the registration agreement does not explain why the sites are unacceptable; it simply establishes the right of GoDaddy to drop them off its server. Section 8 spells out the "morally objectionable" activities which can cause rejection.
Another possible reason is revealed on this Stormfront thread. Warren Adelman is the CEO of the Go Daddy group of companies, having initially joined the company in 2002 as the Vice President of Corporate Development. But prior to entering the private sector, Warren served as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces. He also spent six years in international relations at the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C., where he served as Chief of Public Affairs. During this time, Warren was a member of the media and communications team for Israel's Delegation to Bilateral Peace Talks held in Washington, D.C. between 1991 and 1996.
Did you really think that a couple of websites critical of Zionism and Jewish supremacism could possibly get a fair shake from a company whose CEO once served with the Israeli Defense Forces? Dream on.
As is typical of so many American companies nowadays, GoDaddy has arbitrarily presumed guilt and cuts off any debate or appeal in advance. They hide the identity of the complaints and the nature of the complainants, so that one doesn't get the opportunity to confront one's accusers. Jewish supremacists and antifa generally take the lead in getting websites ToS'd.