Eric Allen Bell is "Alt-Right"
The Alt-Right is the Nazi political movement in this country.
"The origins of the alternative right can be found in thinkers as diverse as Oswald Spengler, H.L Mencken, Julius Evola, Sam Francis, and the paleoconservative movement that rallied around the presidential campaigns of Pat Buchanan. The French New Right also serve as a source of inspiration for many leaders of the alt-right."
Oswald Spengler, and particularly Julius Evola were major influences on the Nazis.
So, is Eric Allen Bell a Nazi?
As I have been repeatedly stating here, we do not know what Eric Allen Bell is.
Although Eric Allen Bell was telling people he was a rising star in the Alt-Right, he never got very far there. That may be because he had already been exposed by his antics in 2012. If it had not been for people like myself drawing attention to him, he might very well have started a social networking site for Alt-Right members. This is what he did for Counter Jihad members in 2012.
Global Infidel was a social networking site for members of the Counter Jihad Movement started by Eric Allen Bell. This was where people would give EAB their personal information, and meet like-minded people in the CJM.
Global Infidel TV” became newsworthy again (at least to the Counter Jihad Movement) as details in the Hillary Clinton email scandal came out.
Because, you see, Global Infidel TV was hosted by Confluence Networks
And, that is where Hillary’s emails were “parked”.
“Examining the “IP address history” of clintonemail.com, Webster concluded there was “strong evidence” that Clinton’s domain had been hosted by two successive private-sector firms: ThePlanet.com, now known as SoftLayer and acquired in recent years by IBM; and Austin-based Confluence Networks
, which Webster describes as “a hosting firm of very, very dubious provenance and management, to say the least
“ . . . consensus is that Confluence Networks
may once have been where clintonemail.com was “parked,” but that the company’s declaration that it was never the host for Clinton’s server should be accepted at face value – even if, as Webster noted in an email to Fox News: “For a company that parks over a million domains, they provide very little information about who they are, who owns them, etc.” A cursory review of Confluence Networks’ rather primitive-looking website appears to bear this out.
Here is the website of Confluence Networks
“Within the instant classic "ClintonEmail.com" domain, it appears there are three separate servers. The domain's blank landing page is hosted by Confluence Networks
, a web firm in the British Virgin Islands, known for monetizing expired domain names and spam.”
“Speculation about what happened revolves around a seeming partnership Network Solutions has with a company in the U.S. Virgin Islands called Confluence Networks Inc
. to transfer expired domains to them. It appears that Network Solutions, like many other retail registrars, monetizes the traffic being sent to domain names once they expire. It is the hypothesis of many in the industry that Network Solutions sets up an automated nameserver transfer as soon as a domain it handles expires. When such domains are transferred, they are redirected to Confluence Networks’ domain parking services. The speculation is something went wrong with this process and Network Solutions accidentally transferred the large batch of domains that appeared to be hijacked to Confluence Networks
because the domains—including LinkedIn, Fidelity, USPS, Yelp, etc.—hadn’t expired.”
is number 20 on the list of top 50 hosts with the highest observed concentrations of malicious activity.
How ironic would it be if Eric were running a counter jihad social networking site, which is what Global Infidel partly was, that was also hosted by Muslims? [ibloga.blogspot.com
We do not know anything about Confluence Networks
, who they are, or where they come from. Their website is “primitive”, and of “dubious providence”. I guess they do not need the business. It must be nice but it is also very much in the style of Eric Allen Bell who has no web site, Facebook page, or any internet activity for Bell Media
, at all.
Eric Allen Bell is very interested in your personal information, but does not want to tell you any thing about himself.
"Very, very dubious provenance and management" indeed.