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How to create a backup for you blog and get around any future bans

Posted by Indian Vanguard on April 13, 2007

Courtesy: Naxal Revolution

Considering the high levels of paranoia and elevated sense of madness within the establishment it seems extremely likely that they are going to do something in desperation ,it is hence highly recommended you back up your blog and create mirror sites to withstand any such attacks.

If you follow the steps outlined in this post
Your blog is virtually indestructible as long as your physical existence is sustained.And it shall rise again and again like the phoenix.

This procedure is for those who have a blog on

1.Go to and sign up for an account and create a new blog.

2.Click on Manage——> And then click on Import

WordPress will guide you through the rest of the procedure.

And Voila ! your blog is set up on

Mirror Site of Resistance India on

Repeat this procedure once or twice a month to keep updating your

All it takes is 10 minutes of you time.

This Blog EXIM policy can be repeated again and again until you
have as many blogs as you desire.

In the event of a ban/block/deletion you can keep jumping from one
platform to another , one address to another.

How to save your blog to your Hardrive

Once you have your blog setup on

You can save your entire blog in xml format onto your hardrive.

To do this go to your dashboard and
click on Manage——> And then click on Export

Here you will get the option to save your entire blog onto your hardrive.

I just saved mine and it was only 6 MB.

Create copies of this file , write them onto a CD or tuck
them away in some online storage account or you could
use it to setup a blog on blogspot !


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