Upon visiting Nimbusters today, I learned that Dual Seedline Christian Identity Pastor Eli James has been targeted with censorship. His website, Anglo-Saxonisrael.com, has been suspended by his ISP at the behest of the Anti-Defamation League. Here's the message posted on Nimbusters:
Folks, I knew this day was coming; and it has arrived. The ADL is trying to shut down my website, www.anglo-saxonisrael.com They are trying to intimidate the company that hosts my website. We all know what happens when the ADL threatens a company with a Jewish boycott.
Attached is the letter they sent to my hosting service, accusing me of violating the terms of service. As you can see, no specific charges were made, just a vague accusation.
I need your prayers and support.
Pray to Yahshua that the ADL is SHUT DOWN!!!
Praise Yahweh the Father and Yashua the Son and Shekinah the Glory.
Pastor Eli James
To find the referenced letter, I had to go to the Covenant People's Ministry forum, where a link to it is published. I've posted a screenshot of page 1 of the letter below (page 2 contains nothing of pertinence):
The letter is signed by Deborah M. Lauter, the ADL's Director of Civil Rights, and Robert Trestan, Project Director of Cyberhate Response.
The other websites mentioned in the letter have also been suspended. The ISP of these sites is The Endurance International Group, headquartered in Burlington, MA. It achieved its size by acquiring a large number of smaller hosts, including iPage.com, FatCow.com, justhost.com, NetFirms, IPowerWeb, Bluehost, FastDomain, DomainHost, eHost, PureHost, and dozens of others, which it continues to operate under the original names.
Eli James has not been completely silenced, though. His active Talkshoe program, The Voice Of Christian Israel, airs weekly and is next scheduled on July 29th.
It is ironic that Deborah Lauter, who considers herself a "Director of Civil Rights", would sign a letter asking an ISP to restrict Eli James' civil right to free speech. But then again, Jewish supremacists have one standard for their tribe, and another standard for the rest of us. This calls for a unified response of rigorous condemnation not only from the Christian Identity subcommunity, but also from the greater White racialist community. I would hope that on the Dik-Dik Show which should air at 9:30 P.M. EDT tonight (July 26th), Pastor Martin Lindstedt, despite his theological differences with Eli James, will add his voice of condemnation to this cowardly act by the ADL.