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Monday, February 7, 2011

SAS Blog suspended by WordPress


I’ve just heard that the SA Sucks blog, which was hosted on boerboel1.wordpress.com has been suspended today for a violation of WordPress terms of service.

The latest postings on the SAS blog revealed that their was some sort of discord going on between the SAS commentators and a young pompous fellow, whose name I will not mention here, as I do not believe he is worthy of any attention at all.

The bottom line is that this conceited youngster intimidated SAS with threats of closure, and managed to effectively do so by reporting the site to WordPress with claims that SAS threatened his life.

The SAS blog has been shut down on several occasions in the past. Their latest shutdown occurred in April 2010. I’m sure this latest closure, like all the others, is just a temporary setback. With the right motivation to WordPress, sincere apologies and/or removal of the offending content, I’m sure they’ll be back online in no time.

Click here for a follow-up posting on this issue.

10 comments :

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I do not see why the content should be removed / changed. Freedom of speech. We know who was behind this. The site will be back up and running. To keep abreast of what is happening - here is a link (Please delete if needed TIA).

http://mspoliticalcommentary.blogspot.com/2011/02/sa-sucks-shut-down.html#comment-form

Laager said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

TIA

Conspiracy theory:
What are the chances of this being a sophisticated set-up by agents outside the control of the convict hair styled steroid muscled twerp?
He maintains he received 3 death threats from SAS correspondents
Did he?
Are they genuine, fictitious, plants or imposters who hi-jacked the identities of correspondents which then gave this naive fool the ammo with which to approach wordpress to shut the blog down.
He really could be the ultimate useful idiot

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

This guy is probably locked up in his granny’s basement somewhere, where he is plugged in to a whole network of computers and other techno gadgets.
I can follow his every move, because I’m connected to his facebook page. I don’t know how that happened, but it happened several months ago when someone probably suggested his page to me. One tends to click the “accept” button sometimes before thinking twice. I often do this as the option is always open to block the user later, or to resign as member of the page.

Whatever the case, I have not been paying much attention to him, and have only recently discovered that the chap has one hell-of-a inferiority complex! He is forever looking for attention, and that is the last thing I want to give him.

With this latest incident on SAS, I think the chap noticed that the visitor-stats were high. He thus saw it as an opportunity to boost his own stats. He seems to be quite a fundi on YouTube and social networking sites, and utilises these platforms to the max. He would thus have attacked the SAS blog, whether SAS threatened him, or not - It was just a matter of time! He obviously followed through on his threats to close down the blog, simply to prove to his mates (and himself) that he can!

I suggest that SAS get up and running asap, using blogger if necessary. It will only take a week or two to get the visitor-stats back to where they were. I’ll do my part with the marketing. I’m sure Annie Kalahari will do the same…

Mike ek het jou mooi gewaarsku om nie die R1 teveel olie te gee nie, veral by die muis! Het julle dan nie die boodskap verstaan nie? :)

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Mike ek het jou mooi gewaarsku om nie die R1 teveel olie te gee nie, veral by die muis! Het julle dan nie die boodskap verstaan nie? :)

Ja nee. Die R1 sal jou agter die boom uithaal. sy bly maar 'n mooi wapen - maar die 8 ronde mag is 'n bietjie min.

I am also doing my bit and have already informed Sarah about this.

I have no intention of joining his facebook profile. To me he nothing more than shark shit. The thing with these idiot is that he will now brag about it and that in some ways (as you said) makes him a useful idiot.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I just heard the news and I saw last night the attacks on this fellow. I saw Mike Smith (which is high in the SAS ranking actually make a threat of violence towards him aswell as threatening is life. Same with a guy called Andre from Cape Town, he also threatened his life. So as much as I loved SAS I have to say that they took it way to far... don't get me wrong, I hate rendier, but SAS were the ones that started it, calling him all kinds of names etc.

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Sorry - 18 rounds mag not 8 - finger trouble

John Rambo said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

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Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

SA Sucks Back Online

James said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Hi Tia, What has happened to SA Sucks. Seems they have dissappeared again?!

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ James
They have decided to suspend the blog for the time being until a proper defensive and offensive strategy is in place.

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