Norwegian readers are reporting that Counter-Currents is being blocked by the country’s internet service providers. We are investigating the reasons, but in the meantime, we’ll take it as a compliment.
Norway, with a population of around 4.5 million Norwegians and more than half-a-million non-Norwegians, consistently ranks in the top 20 countries where Counter-Currents is read.
One reason the Norwegian state might be feeling cornered is our extensive coverage of and commentary on the Anders Behring Breivik  case, in particular Andrew Hamilton’s translation of Breivik’s opening  and closing  statements at his trial, which scooped the entire Anglophone media sphere and, because English is the global lingua franca, made Breivik’s defense available without censorship to the whole world.
Although I have condemned Breivik’s actions on principle from the start (here  and here ), the mere existence of a website that allows objective reporting and white-centered commentary of Breivik seems to be subversive enough to merit censorship.
The Counter-Currents team is working on ways to circumvent the censorship. In the meantime, we urge all Norwegian readers to use a proxy service like Hide My Ass: http://hidemyass.com/ 
We will keep our loyal readers and generous donors posted of all developments. Over and out.