Two days ago I received a number of complaints from the Goyim in the telegram chat, and elsewhere on Poast. They told me that the site was down for them. I hadn’t scheduled a morning piece the previous night, and had yardwork to do, so I didn’t get around to seeing these complaints until about five of clock in the afternoon, almost 24 hours after the fact. It was actually worse than you might think, since when I went to log on, I found that the site was down for me as well. 

My main email is the protonmail email that you can find on the About page. However, the interactions with HostPapa, hallowed be thy name, is linked to a gmail account that I check every few days. It turns out that I had received an email almost a week prior to them shutting down the site wherein they demanded that I do something. I had actually seen it before, but assumed that it was spam, or maybe a phishing attack. It might seem odd that someone would come to that conclusion, but I really can’t explain how bizarre this email was, both vague and threatening, without reproducing it in its entirety. Don’t worry, I’ll transcribe this below.

Hello Timothy,

I hope you are having a great day! Thank you for contacting HostPapa!

To be clear, this was an email they sent me out of the blue. This is not a part of a back and forth, they opened with this. 

We have recently received a complaint regarding your website – After conducting a review, we have found that the website is currently breaching our Terms of Service. You can find our Terms of Service on the following page:

First of all, I love how they say that the website is preaching the Terms of Service. Not one page, the whole thing. Secondly, they really just gave me a link to their homepage like that. This is what it looks like. 

This isn’t me being pedantic. They explicitly say “you can find our terms of service on the following page,” then give me the homepage. Scroll down to the very bottom of that page, and you can find a link to their terms of service. 

Click on that, and you’ll be directed to this page, which is the actual page that shows their terms of service. 

I don’t think that I’m requesting the moon here. The HostPapa employees who send out the emails should probably be able to link directly to the Terms of Service page. If you aren’t going to do that, why not just let me Google it? I was already aware that they had a website.  

Paragraph 6.1 – Unacceptable use, point a, subpoint IV:

wilfully promote hatred against or defame any identifiable individual, group or other organization; including but not limited to promoting hate, violence, or intolerance based on race, age, gender identity, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.

Please know that the above Terms have been agreed to upon signing up.

With this in mind, please take the website down or remove the offending content from the page to avoid the suspension of the website.

What page? What content?

There are no smoke and mirrors here. I screencapped the entire email. They really demanded that I take down the offending material from the page, when they never specified what the offending material was in the first place. 

If you should have any questions or you require further assistance don’t hesitate to contact us! We’re standing by to assist you!

I hope everyone can see now why I assumed that this email was spam. After the site was shut down I received a followup. Again, transcript below.

HostPapa Email:

Hello Timothy,

As we have not heard back from you, we have temporarily disabled access to your website.

Please get back to us at your earliest convenience on this matter!

Have a great day ahead, Timothy!

You have a very nice go fuck yourself as well!

After telling me to vaguely remove some unspecified content in an email that was so poorly put together it read as parody, the glorious censors at HostPapa decided that they were done putting up with my naughty ways, and the site was to be taken down. However, they then put it right back up just a few hours after I sent them this reply.


I did not reply to your first email because I assumed it was some sort of spam. How could anyone possibly remove the “offending material,” when you don’t even specify what material has offended said anonymous complainant’s delicate sensibilities? Put the site back up.
Lots of Love,

Shockingly, it worked.

That’s not sarcasm. I thought that they were giving me the runaround, but nope, site back up. This censorship in Weimerica is so opaque and capricious that it feels like figuring out how the magic system works in some seven year old’s creative writing endeavour, and trying to make predictions as to what is going to happen next. Things happen. Sometimes different things happen. I have no idea.

They turned the site back on while finally sending me an example of the content that had distressed our poor Latinx Jews of Colour. It’s from an article where we documented some anti-White university professor blatantly falsifying his studies to push an anti-White narrative. Then Josh Gellers got in on the action, and all hell broke loose. Here is one of the screencaps they sent me. 

Now, in fairness, I did call for the psuedo-intellectuals to be put in deradicalization camps and forced to do manual labour. 

But I have to admit, you could probably find more objectionable content on this site if you Alog’d me hard enough. Don’t tell HostPapa that, bros. That’s just between the two of us.

I fired off a thank you email to HostPapa for their great journalism, uncovering this article of hate.


Thank you my dearest, my beloved. Today I have been informed by the kind hearted multinational that is HostPapa that my content was in err, no good, and very bad. I am glad that you have finished dealing with all the mainstream propagandists who are lying us into wars, or pushing HuWhyte Privilege theory. I congratulate HostPapa for this service they have provided us all. For truly, you make the world a better, safer, kinder, and more interesting place.
I went over that article that you mentioned. I was shocked, SHOCKED! Well, not that shocked. It has since been privated, hidden away forever from the innocent eyes of adorable three year old Asian children. I am sure that, should they sneak but a glance, their eyes would be gouged out. It’s like looking directly into the sun.
My deepest congratulations must go to whomever brought this very bad no good super naughty article to your attention. I can only guess, since you didn’t let me face my accuser. I also liked how you first congratulated me for contacting you – I didn’t – then directed me to the page where I could read the terms of service – it’s just your homepage – and then demanded that I remove the offending material – without specifying what material was offending. After I did not do the impossible, you then shut down my site. I have never seen more professional behaviour, and all for a good cause! 
With wuv, hugs and kisses, and maybe even Netflix and Chill,
Timothy Coish

And with that, we’re back.

Apologies for this disruption to our regularly scheduled programming. And since HostPapa has proven themselves untrustworthy, if anyone has some reliable hosts that they would recommend, please let me know in the comments, or fire off an email.

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  1. Glad that our jewish totalitarian system reads like a Douglas Adams’ book

    “But the plans were on display…”
    “On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.”
    “That’s the display department.”
    “With a flashlight.”
    “Ah, well, the lights had probably gone.”
    “So had the stairs.”
    “But look, you found the notice, didn’t you?”
    “Yes,” said Arthur, “yes I did. It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying ‘Beware of the Leopard.”

    1. I hate that this jew system has made me instantly react to anything with the thought ‘ Let me tell you all the jewish connections of the thing you just mentioned’

      “Douglas Adams” Now let me tell you about Douglas Adams or rather not as it doesn’t really matter at this point ….

  2. I can’t believe they put your site back up. You must be doing something wrong. Maybe HostPapa thinks Coish is a Hindu name, and you got a pass? So confused right now, sorry…!

    1. It’s a real mystery. Then again, so were their emails.

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