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Who is hosting this racist website?[edit]

Which domain company is currently hosting rightpedia, is it GoDaddy? The website was registered by Eleonóra Dubiczki from Hungary, you can find this information on various whois websites and it even gives her address. I am surprised nobody has taken action and tried to remove this racist website. Anti racist skinhead (talk) 15:51, 26 January 2018 (UTC)

GoDaddy is the hosting provider of Rightpedia, there are public records of this. Eleonora, the owner of Rightpedia purchased security protection from Cloudflare. Cloudflare is a reverse proxy, pass-through security service but many people get confused by this. If you now look up public whois details for Rightpedia it will say the host server traces to Cloudflare. This has confused people into believing Cloudflare is the actual hosting provider. The hosting provider is GoDaddy, so they are responsible for its content but they refuse to take down the website because they have been fooled into believing Cloudflare is the host. I have emailed several times, every time they say Cloudflare is the host, however I had a long phone call with GoDaddy and one of their supervisors confirmed they are the host. Several anti-fascist organizations have been trying to close this website down. 178.73.210.200 (talk) 16:04, 10 March 2018 (UTC)
There has been discussion about this [1]. When Dubiczki signed up Rightpedia.info with the registrar NameCheap she gave a fake address of a Hungarian Tesco store. This information was public on the internet and still is public on several websites but I will not link to them. Dubiczki later protected this whois information, yet public archives remain. We are not aloud to link to addresses as there is a no dox policy here but I have checked this information and the security team at Tesco have confirmed the address as one of their stores. Rightpedia is an extremist website with a lot of offensive racist content, including images of dead children and rape. Namecheap is not the hosting provider but giving invalid whois details is against Namecheap policy, see number 8 on their list [2]. Debunking spiritualism (talk) 16:34, 10 March 2018 (UTC)
GoDaddy is hosting Rightpedia, but they refuse to take it down without a court order. This is despite the fact the website contains defamation, extreme hate speech and images of child abuse etc. A more reasonable host would take down the website.ODS (talk) 16:40, 10 March 2018 (UTC)
I believe GoDaddy would close the website down as they have admitted it contains very offensive content, the problem is that they still believe Cloudflare is the hoster, they have not properly checked their server records. GoDaddy staff are usually young inexperienced employees on a minimum wage salary, they do not really have any idea what is going on. In 2017 GoDaddy banned Daily Stormer for neo-Nazi content, [3], [4], [5], [6] and this made world-wide news-media coverage. But this was only because of public pressure. The news media need to pick up on Rightpedia and the extremist content on it, then the hoster would be put under pressure. Anti-Defamation League, Hope not Hate and Searchlight are all aware about Rightpedia. There may be a future expose. Debunking spiritualism (talk) 17:18, 10 March 2018 (UTC)

Rightpedia admin Wyatt is user Merkel and RaiderFan (the latter impersonating me)[edit]

RaiderFan is Merkel. Look at the timeline: "RaiderFan claims Brian Ruhe is Jewish] (06:50, 29 January 2017). DiamondDisc1 blocks RaiderFan (07:18, 29 January 2017). Merkel picks up where RaiderFan left off (01:14, 30 January 2017).Also, RaiderFan's userpage fits Wyatt's profile. The userpage mentions glyphosate, and Wyatt spent considerable time editing Metapedia's and Rightpedia's Monsanto article: JuniusThaddeus (talk) 12:12, 9 March 2018 (UTC)

RaiderFan is Merkel (=Wyatt on Rightpedia), who is impersonating me on that account [I used the name "RaiderFan" on another wiki; Merkel signed up that same name here and has pretended to be me in early edits and note how he also edited Rightpedia. The above evidence was recently put together by JuniusThaddeus a former RW sysop and the impersonation is mentioned on Merkel's page. Merkel also doxes my real name on his user-page. As for the harassment on Rightpedia where Merkel edits, they've doxed and targeted my parents and smeared me on about a dozen articles. For identical edits that match Merkel to Wyatt on Rightpedia, see his edits history for RationalWiki and here for Rightpedia. The false allegations and smears in those edits are exactly the same: Merkel/Wyatt projects his own crimes onto me such as impersonating others on sockpuppets - when it's actually him impersonating me.

{{quoteblock|SPLC briefly mentioned Rightpedia in Like Facebook, Google and Twitter, Wikipedia has become a fixture of online life. March 12, 2018 by Justin Ward, However the article is inaccurate. The multiple accounts were not by people at Rightpedia but by [[Oliver impersonating people from Rightpedia, which is a common style he does to attack people. Oliver is certifiably insane with tons of multiple personalities. He impersonates a huge number of people on the internet from Hope not Hate to his own brother.}}

All of this nonsense and lies about me matches what Wyatt has been posting on RationalWiki; I've never impersonated anyone - that's what he does. This deranged person is also doxing my name on both sites. Rightpedia has a defamatory article in my name, that doxes my parents house address. I've since received abuse and threats to my family from Rightpedia.Nemean (talk) 15:55, 2 April 2018 (UTC)

If you want to close Rightpedia down, then you need to do it correctly through complaining to the hosting provider or law enforcement authorities. Rationalwiki is not interested in personal feuds. If Rightpedia have doxed you, you should be able to report it elsewhere. This is not the place to do it. Debunking spiritualism (talk) 16:14, 2 April 2018 (UTC)

In regard to the sockpuppets the SPLC article talks about. The article says:

"One of the white nationalists who co-founded Rightpedia, a far-right free encyclopedia that split from Metapedia, created more than 140 accounts in the past 10 years. Administrators have gotten better at identifying sock puppets, but it’s still a frustrating, time-consuming process. When a sock puppet is suspected, it has to first be reported to a “checkuser,” a special type of admin who has privileges to see the user’s IP address, which is then cross-referenced against IPs of a known user."

Mikemikev has confirmed the socks belong to him, and he is the co-founder of Rightpedia. He has 120 confirmed socks and 143 suspected socks. In regard to Wyatt's edit on Rightpedia [7], he claims the Wikipedia socks were not by Rightpedia admins but by an impersonator to discredit Rightpedia. This is not correct because Mikemikev has admitted to owning the socks. Debunking spiritualism (talk) 16:27, 2 April 2018 (UTC)

@Nemean Look, I'm very sorry that Rightpedia doxxed you, but we cannot take action on their members here for doing so when they haven't doxxed you on RW. JuliusThaddeus is in sysoprevoke, by the way, and that essentially destroys any semblance of credibility they might have otherwise because it suggests that they have engaged in misconduct. I wouldn't class use of your first name like he did as doxxing, but other sysops might disagree. I would like to get the opinion of a moderator on this. @CheeseburgerFace @LeftyGreenMario. And please stop creating new accounts, that counts as block evasion. To continue your appeal, go to the talk page of your main account. Spriggina (sgwrs) (cyfraniadau) @ 18:31, 2 April 2018 (UTC)

Improving the article[edit]

In the next 24 hours, I will be improving this article and making mass edits. Just giving a heads up. Its about time this article is to be expanded. Debunking spiritualism (talk) 16:34, 2 April 2018 (UTC)

GoDaddy finally shut down Rightpedia[edit]

Rightpedia's host GoDaddy have finally stopped hosting the neo-Nazi Rightpedia, I have email confirmation about this. The website has been down for 2 days and it is listed as a "host error". About time GoDaddy took action. Holocaust denier Eleonóra Dubiczki the owner of Rightpedia should be fired from her job, but that is another matter I will not discuss here. Manul (talk) 20:20, 23 November 2018 (UTC)

Tense[edit]

I have changed the article to past tense to reflect the fact that it in semi-permanently defunct. If and when it reappears... well that can be dealt with. NekoDysk 16:27, 18 February 2019 (UTC)