AOL joins Google in suppressing revisionism
Monday, September 19, 2005 4:26 AM
For some time now, America's biggest online service provider AOL is blocking access of their members to the world's largest revisionist website www.vho.org.
The website is known throughout the world for offering free access to numerous scholarly books and magazines in various languages addressing controversial issues on the history of the 20th century, with main focus on World War II and in particular on the so-called "Holocaust", that is, the alleged extermination of European Jews between 1941-1944.
We ask all members of AOL who cannot access this site either and who are opposed to such censorship to contact us, so that we can compile a list of individuals who, after careful consideration, might be willing to protest AOL's censorship.
Should AOL not reinstate access to www.vho.org after appropriate protest and notification, we may then consider a class action suit of those AOL members willing to join in.
Please contact me at email@example.com, if you are an AOL member, cannot get access to www.vho.org through your AOL internet service provider using an AOL browser, and are not willing to put up with such a massive violation of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Information.
If you want to get access to www.vho.org despite your AOL subscription, you simply have to use a different browser than the one coming with AOL. For example, you can download Microsoft's Internet Explorer from www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/default.mspx for free and use this instead. This is right now all it takes to circumvent AOL's censorship. Should AOL start blocking its users on their server level, you may have to use a different proxy server (for professionals) to reach www.vho.org, or use an anonymizing website like www.anonymizer.com .
Please spread this email widely, also and mainly to all civil rights groups and groups opposing internet censorship.
Thank you very much in advance.
Castle Hill Publishers
PO Box 257768
Chicago, IL 60625
ph. (708) 656 2779
fax: (773) 409 5570
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or,
if AOL even blocks that email address: email@example.com