Adding WRH to a local hosts file. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Adding WRH to a local hosts file.

This is useful to do if the Domain Name Service is hacked or simply unavailable. IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED WITH SYSTEM-LEVEL CHANGES, PLEASE CONSULT AN EXPERT SO THAT YOU DO NOT DAMAGE YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There have been recent attacks, possibly tests, on taking down the domain name servers that resolve the names of websites, such as whatreallyhappened.com with the numeric IP that actually directs to the web server, in this case 173.236.29.251. Should the domain name servers be "interfered with" to keep the truth about false-flags from being available to the public, such as the mutation of three tall white athletic shooters into two conveniently dead brown-skinned Pakistanis, you can still reach whatreallyhappened.com. DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING! If you do not know what you are doing, you can see my web page by simply typing 173.236.29.251 instead of whatreallyhappened.com in the browser's URL bar, then create a bookmark.

I would suggest getting the IPs for all your favorite independent media websites and making a list, however these two methods for accessing a page by IP only work with dedicated servers, meaning the server delivers just one website. For servers running multiple sites this will not work, as shared servers require both the IP and name and as of now I don't know how to construct a browser URL correctly using the IP to access a virtual host.

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