Dutch whistleblower website Klokkenluideronline had previously been forced to move from a .nl domain to a .net domain and has now finally sought refuge in Iceland:
The website, operated by the Dutch version of Alex Jones, reporter Micha Kat, deals openly with highly controversial and sensitive issues such as dubious reporting by mainstream media, bank fraud, alleged child abuse by government officials, celebrities and royalty as well as serious and organized crime involving government representatives.
Multiple parties have been putting pressure on reporter Kat and his website recently, ranging from journalists to lawyers and public prosecutors…
He has also been incarcerated for a prolonged period of time (while awaiting his trial).
One of the most appalling events took place when a recent verdict against Micha Kat contained a phrase where it was argued that Kat’s attitude was criminogenic as his opinions differed from the the common norm in society, increasing the chances of him repeating what he had done…
Ever since the introduction of the internet, freedom of speech is being threatened in each and every society (where people ‘higher up the food chain’ have something to hide), and certainly not only Russia or China.
His first website Klokkenluideronline.nl now redirects to the verdict in the court case initiated by Yehudi Moszkowicz and Marjolein Vissers, which forced him to remove various articles he had written from his blog as well as online search engines. Next to that he was no longer allowed to contact the lawyers by phone and he needed to refrain from visiting the law firm for a period of one year.
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