Daily Stormer, Kiwi Farms, 4chan, and 8chan blocked by Australia’s Largest ISP

Daily Stormer
March 18, 2019

Telstra is the biggest ISP in Australia. They have blocked Daily Stormer, Kiwi Farms, 4chan, and 8chan, and potentially other sites that we haven’t found out yet. Notice that this is not a government order, but a continuation in the trend of corporations doing censorship of their own volition in line with the desires of the state and international Jewry.

This “temporary” block is going to be permanent, mark my words. The Stormer was the first site in the world to experience widespread censorship at the caching DNS level. Many major ISPs worldwide blocked some of our domains during the big shuttening.

Then Democratie Participative, in France, was the target of a series of court orders that forced ISPs nationwide to block the site. They’ve changed domains, like the Stormer, many times to evade the censorship.

Blocking the chans is a huge escalation of censorship that might lead to spergs doing more mass murders simply because they are bored and don’t have a posting outlet anymore. I don’t think the establishments are thinking this through too well, and they are unprepared to deal with the consequences of millions of disaffected youth realizing that they are not even going to be able to vent anonymously with anime girl gifs on meme websites. The Internet Hate Machine is going to move into reality, and consequences will never be the same.

You are not going to be able to access this site in more and more countries via normieweb much longer. Which means the only thing for Australians (and soon many others after that– I guarantee you nationwide censorship at the ISP level is not going to stop with this event) to do is use Tor. Even if you are not in Australia, you should be using Tor. It should be a given that the best way to interact with dissident websites is to use Tor. A lot of you have been having a lot of confusion about how to access the Stormer with Tor, so this is a good point for us to do a refresher.

The Stormer’s Tor URL is: dstormer6em3i4km.onion

When you are using Tor, you need to use the Tor URL. Not the normieweb URL. Quick ways to use Tor:

On Desktop: Use the Brave browser.

Brave is a great alternative to Chrome from Google. This browser is designed to guarantee maximum anonymity on the net. It filters advertising and tracking methods used by large companies to find out what you are doing on the internet in order to target you.

The easiest way to use Tor these days is to download the Brave web browser, and then do “New Private Tab with Tor”

Download Brave here.

After you start the browser, just click on on the three lines at the right to spawn a menu and then choose “New Private Window With Tor”:

It will spawn a new tab and it may take a moment to describe what the percentage of progress on connecting to the Tor network is. A successful Tor window will have a purple background.

Then you simply copy and paste the Tor URL into the address bar: dstormer6em3i4km.onion

We have put links to the Tor URLs for the site at the top of every page in the menu for ease of access.


There are two options here. I’ve heard a lot of people using Onion Browser. It’s free of charge. I hear this doesn’t work for some people. If it doesn’t work for you, for the remainder of people they use Red Onion II. It is not free, but it is pretty cheap at $2. Same deal here– you have to use the Tor URL when using Tor, not the normieweb URL.


There are a few good options here. First, you must download Orbot. Orbot is an app that provides a Tor service to your phone. You can start Orbot (click the Onion, wait for it to go green). Then you can do one of two things. You can use the slider in Orbot to put it into VPN mode. This will route all the traffic of your phone through Tor. Then you can use whatever browser you want, and the Tor URLs will work.

Or you can download Orfox which is a browser that works with Orbot without putting your whole phone in VPN mode.