|You Can't Stop Kreuz.net.|
The following article is significantly misleading. It's poor. It doesn't explain the bizarre alliance between homosexuals who distribute pornography, or the Green Party politician who has promoted sex with children and the German Bishops, but it stops slightly short of gloating.
Also in the Hunt for Kreuz.net is David Berger, who the German internet site has exposed over the years, much to the chagrin of not a few people. David Berger is probably most famous for slandering the Pope, accusing him of being a homosexual.
Here's the translation:
The pseudo-Christian website kreuz.net is off the net. It may be a success for the activists who have been proceeding against the homophobia and racism of the site.
The agitating website kreuz.net is offline. The previous domain is no longer unavailable since Sunday afternoon.
The coordinator of the initiative Stoppt Kreuz.net, David Berger, sees this as a reaction incidental to definite public pressure. He told the Cologne Stadt-Anzeiger that there are thre conceivable possibilities for this, that the site is now offline: the operators are going under cover for a few weeks and hope to build a media storm, they are planning a change of server, or they are planing a completely new structure under a new name.
Following the articles related to the deceased actor Dirk Bach, which showed the clear disposition of homophobia, the campaigne of Bruno Gmunder Verlags have offered an award of 15,000 Euro for juristically usable information about the figures behind the site. In the meantime there are at least half a dozen names suspects being investigated and given to the Attorney General in Berlin. It has also engaged the Attorney General in Vienna for popular incitement (Volksverhetzung).
Those who are responsible for kreuz.net have not been revealed yet. The German Catholic Church has renewed its statement distancing themselves. As Spiegel recently reported, there are in any case at least two dozen authors with an ecclesiastical back ground active on the site, among them priests, church employees and at least one religion instructor.
The site has been suspected for a long time by Church authorities, as the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitutional observes the site. As the Suddeutsche.de reports the President of Protection of the Constitution, Heinz Fromm, wrote in response to Volker Beck: "In so far as the articles as well as the commentary from this internet presence is significantly known for its Homophobic, Islamophobic and anti-Semetic expressions, necessitates an extremely aggressive statement."
Several entries are not covered by the fundamental right of freedom of speech, and cross into the territory of criminal law. "Inhuman propaganda"has been distributed. In addition, it presents "evidence for efforts against free democratic fundamental order" , it said in the document.
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Props to Cathcon for its description of Kreuz.net as "The Terminator".