Internet

If it weren’t for the internet, there would hardly be any revisionism today due to the ever increasing anti-revisionist censorship laws in many western countries and the steadily rising tide of social persecution of revisionists. All the more important is the struggle to keep the internet free from government censorship and corporate attempts at stifling dissent. Listed here are contributions dealing with this issue, sorted by the countries where incidents of internet censorship – or courageous opposition to censorship – have occurred.



The Internet and the World Wide Web in particular have become the greatest open forum for the free exchange of ideas in the history of man. The ability to instantly “publish" ideas and opinions on just about any topic has appealed to the sensibilities of millions worldwide. Today, virtually anything …

CODOH’s Website has just gotten a whole lot bigger. We are cruising into the New Year carrying Ernst Zuendel’s Internet site—“piggyback” as it were—on the World Wide Web. Why? Not because authorities in Canada have closed down the Zuendelsite—after all, it operates out of the United States of America. Not …

The previous issue of SR reported on the current legal ordeals of Robert Faurisson and Ernst Zuendel. There are these further developments: In Paris, the justices of France's Supreme Court of Appeals have responded to Professor Faurisson's petition that they consider whether the Loi Gayssot, which decrees that challenging the …

In another testament to their loss in the intellectual battle against revisionism, the German government has turned to denial of basic human rights. The government in Bonn has approved legislation designed to curtail freedom of speech on the Internet. This latest attack on the freedom of Germans is known as …

In a recent interview, super-survivor, Nobel laureate and selfproclaimed human cannonball (see SR 42, “Elie Wiesel: Sometimes the Truth Is an Accident") Wiesel unbosomed himself to The Jerusalem Post on the “deniers" (that’s us, folks). As paraphrased by the Post, Elie said this regarding the chief avenue of attack along …

It was a pre-Fourth of July gift for Americans, and for Holocaust revisionism-hungry folks around the world. On June 26, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down President Bill Clinton’s and the Republican-controlled Congress’s Communications Decency Act (CDA). In its landmark decision, the nation’s highest court ruled that …

One of the most popular areas on CODOHWeb is our International page. On this page we feature important revisionist papers in languages other than English. Specifically, we now offer works in Arabic, Danish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. We happily perform the public service of beaming …

CODOH’s Campus Project has blasted back into the headlines, in major media as well as in college newspapers on over thirty campuses from South Carolina to Washington State, from San Diego, California to Toronto, Canada. This time, the enemies of intellectual freedom at the Anti-Defamation League and other like groups …

In Frankfurt am Main, Germany, authorities move to ban a German-language revisionist site on the World Wide Web that features many articles by such CODOH writers as Bradley Smith and Richard Widmann. In London, England revisionist historian David Irving posts to his Website the first dispatch from the “liberated” Auschwitz—it …

Readers of Smith's Report may recall our announcement of having been the proud recipients of an Internet award in 1996 (see SR 47 "Notebook). The award was a "Top 5% of the Web" rating by Lycos—a web directory of top-shelf sites rated by the Web's most experienced reviewers. For quite …

Let me introduce to you "Hatikva32": proud of being a Jew, pro-Israel, ultra-Zionist, and proud of Tsahal, his army. A few days ago, calling me a SOB, he reported me to the monthly publication "Tribune Juive" as well as to the association "Europe-Israël" and the website Inglourious Basterds. This last one specialises in “the liquidation of Nazis” and “the scalping” of anti-semites....

When did the Holocaust Legend begin in this country? Jim and Joe Rizoli look at the timeline.

Amazon fell to the control of the power elites, at least for our purposes, on March 6, 2017 when they delisted our entire canon of scrupulous, objective, painstaking research into the (im)possibility of the regnant holocaust mythology, somehow dragging Barnes & Noble’s competing service right along with it like a Siamese twin...

Summonsed by the French criminal police within the framework of new charges brought for “disputing a crime against humanity ”, Vincent Reynouard explains why he will not appear. He does not recognise the legitimacy or authority of the French State built upon Holocaust hysteria. 

CODOH is open to all people interested in history and free speech. The only thing we formally oppose is the censorship or criminalization of historical discussion.  Our founder Bradley Smith wrote, "...one certain sign of bigotry is an unwillingness to allow others to speak.”

Facebook seems to see itself as the owner of a popular bar; it allows patrons to converse and argue but reserves the right to instantly eject anyone who threatens its popularity as a meeting place...

The internet has become a powerful tool for information, free speech and exchange of ideas. Years ago in this chat, Ernst Zundel and Bernard Klatt, very much ahead of their time, were already anticipating censorship of the World Wide Web.

A case with far-reaching implications for the rights of the public to internet access has been filed in San Francisco.  At stake is the public's right to say or see what they want versus the unrestricted power of internet corporations to refuse service to unpopular clients.

Amazon.com, by which I indicate the site that sells books and oh, so many other things to oh, so many of us, deleted from its listings over 155 books and ebooks on the subject of Holocaust history, several of which were published even before Amazon itself first raised its seedling head above the ever-seething froth of the Internet of 1994...

 

In March 2017, Amazon banned all revisionist books from its online stores worldwide. This documentary tells the inside story of what exactly happened and why…

In February, Californian State Senator Dr. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) introduced Senate Bill 1424; a law which would require the California Attorney General to create a new advisory committee.  The advisory committee would be required to study how false information is spread online and come up with a plan for socia- media platforms to fix the "problem." The committee would also determine what is “fake news."