1 Dec 2009

News of Moridura - and now others!


Amid the controversy that has lead to the demise of the Wardog and Universality of Cheese blogs in recent days, many will have also noticed that the highly respected Ancient Order of Moridura blog has also disappeared - gone "invite only" if you go looking.

Understandably, there was some speculation that yet another nationalist minded blogger had been pressurised into a low profile/out of existence by our media friends. I can happily ( but also sadly) report that this is not the case. Rather Moridura ( Peter ) has just decided to stop and focus his energies into more conventional writing, and also - you will be pleased to learn - though concentrating on his video clips service, which is now best accessed through his continuing YouTube channel.

Nevertheless, the passing of the Moridura blog is to be regretted. It was, in my view, one of the very best. Indeed, at times "blog" did not do its posts justice - often we were treated to mini-essays, immaculately researched , cross-referenced and often illustrated by the aforementioned video clips. Peter's blog was the antithesis of the "cybernat" stereotype - always polite and ecumenical in its outlook. But nat and cyber for sure.

Hopefully, Moidura is just taking a break and will return in some form or another in due course. One disappointment is that the blog is now closed for viewing rather than left online and open to all with a "gone fishing" note. Because, even as an archive and source of info, many of the posts are still very useful. But more than this - if any new (or old!) bloggers want to see how it should be done - and done well - they could go look at it. Or for that matter any journos who want to see how "cybernats" can hold them to account through rigorous and well researched argument rather than self-defeating abuse.

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I the near immediate wake of this sad news, I also hear prominant "nat" bloggers Subrosa and Advanced Media Watch have also decided to call it a day: For their own and differing reasons, but I cant help think there is some sort of inter-relationship in all of this.

Needless to say these two blogs will also be badly missed, up their with Moridura in terms of the quality of their posts and overall eccumenical, non-abusive approach. Good luck to them all.

3 comments:

Quiet_Man Thursday, December 03, 2009  

Someone busted Subrosa's anonymity.
They did some searches and threatened to come to her door.
They also sent her private emails exposing her details.
The police are now involved and Subrosa has made her blog private for now as the investigation unfolds. Hopefully she'll be back, but this is more a case of a stalker than some political job, though politics might well be at the bottom of it.

Jeanne Tomlin Friday, December 04, 2009  

You might also want to take a look at the comments on Conan the Librarian's blog.

But, of coure, it's all a coincidence.

JuanKerr.com Friday, December 04, 2009  

I've had this cr@p too. Managed to trace it back to it's sources though. The worrying and twisted fact of it all is these eejits are attempting to start arguments under the guise of legit posters and direct nutters to folks doors. A pretty snide and warped methodology.

The police are currently investigating mine also.

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