I hope this finds of all of you well and in good spirits. There has been no shortage of things to do since I joined the CODOH team,. Progress is being made at a stead rate, now that the leg work required to get the ball rolling has been done. One of the most important fronts on which we're hard at work is getting a strong presence for CODOH/CHP established on social media.
While the drawbacks of our civilization becoming so enamored with the internet are numerous and certainly worthy of discussing, social media has, for all intents and purposes become the public square. Consequently, any organization or any person who opts out of establishing themselves there on some level is in essence, foregoing the opportunity to have a public voice. From a marketing perspective, it's especially out of touch to ignore this because as the defacto public square of our time, it has become the single biggest venue to promote our endeavors in. On social media, no matter how controversial and maligned a topic is, we have a means to build a community and be a part of an entire ideological and intellectual ecosystem in which anyone who works hard and consistently publishes good content can thrive to varying degrees.
Although we have been censored in true communist fashion in places like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube we have many alternatives at our disposal.
Our video channel presence is well-established on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lvlh76IW8FPZ/ already, (it was already thriving when I took this job) but I have also created a presence for CODOH on Rumble. (https://rumble.com/c/c-586745). There are sizable user bases for both of these platforms, and between the two of them and anywhere else we can set up video channels we are already beginning to rival any presence we could build on Youtube.
Another prong of this "attack" is our presence on various platforms that rival Facebook and Twitter. Our Gab (https://gab.com/C_O_D_O_H) profile is doing quite well, and we are on a number of other platforms as well. The following is a complete list of our social media profiles:
CODOH (@C_O_D_O_H) / Gab Social
MeWe - The Next-Gen Social Network
Imgur: The magic of the Internet
Codoh | Pearltrees
Video Sharing Platforms
CODOH on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lvlh76IW8FPZ/
The Holocaust Handbook Series (CODOH on Rumble): https://rumble.com/c/c-586745
Inevitably, some of these places are going to do better than others, but this is where all of you come in. Each one of you can be a tremendous help to this endeavor by simply using these platforms and taking some time while you're there to promote CODOH and interact with the posts on there and/or re-share them on your profile. Even a handful of people actively sharing and promoting something can exponentially multiply its outreach. Gab is our most active profile, but any one of these can get a lot bigger if we simply make use of the manpower that we already have at our disposal. You don't even need to take much time if you want to get in on the excitement. 30 minutes or even less is plenty of time to really contribute to the effort. What's more, the bigger we grow our community on these platforms, the harder it will be for the enemy to undo our work there.
So what does all that boil down to?
Nothing that you don't already do every day if you're on social media.
Going to CODOH's page on say, Gab... liking and commenting on posts there and sharing them on your wall... sharing CODOH videos from Bitchute or Rumble as well... talk up the organization. Make a video of you talking about your favorite book from the HH series... taking a picture of copies of books sold on the website that you have in your library and write a little caption about them... reshare things posted the CODOH page... in short, anything and everything you can think of to draw more attention to CODOH and the work we're doing. We are a strong community here, and if you guys could back us up on this, we can really grow this thing and find a lot of new people to connect with. They're out there in the thousands, and most of them are unknown to us. We can change that though. The name of the game on social media is organic growth and engagement, and the key to facilitating that is consistency and repetition.
This is also a great way to connect with more people to join the forums and participate here as well.
Some of those pages are more important than others though. Anyone who wants to get involved can start with Gab, VK and Rumble. For image boards, Pinterest and Imgur. I know we have thousand of members of these forums. If we can get even 40-50 of us really pushing our social media presence, any and all of these profile can become big hubs of activity and outreach tools for us.
There is tremendous potential here, we just need to work at it. If any of you are onboard with what I'm laying out here, but need some direction or some help developing the habits that we'll need to cultivate to really do this right, then feel free to reach out. I'm not just telling you guys stuff to do. I'm ready to serve in any way I can and help anyone who is willing to roll up their sleeves and get involved.
Eduardo wrote:I am afraid some of these pages have been erased. For example, Bitchute and MeWe.
It seems bitchute moves away from it's policy of tolerance...
M’Bala M’Bala v France (2015)
French comedian Dieudonné M’Bala M’Bala hosted a show in which he invited an academic who had denied the existence of gas chambers in concentration camps. At the end of the show, M’Bala M’Bala gave a prize to Faurisson by an actor wearing a garment that resembled the clothing worn by Jewish deportees. The prize named for ” unfrequentability and insolence,” was a three-branched candlestick with an apple crowning each branch. In March 2009, the public prosecutor charged M’Bala M’Bala with committing public insult against persons of Jewish origin or faith. In October 2009, a court of first instant in Paris convicted the comedian of the charge and sentenced him to a fine of 10,000 euros. In April 2013, M’Bala M’Bala filed an application in the European Court of Human Rights, arguing, inter alia, that the judgment violated his right to freedom of expression under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The Court held that while satirical speech falls within the protection of the Convention, M’bala M’bala’s show did not merit the protection of Article 10 because it went beyond a performance for entertainment; its overall context amounted to a demonstration of hatred and anti-Semitism and support for Holocaust denial. Accordingly, the Court dismissed the application under Article 17 (prohibition of abuse of rights) of the Convention.
https://support.bitchute.com/policy-lea ... -to-hatred
Equating disputing claims of history with 'hatred' is quite rich, especially when those claims actually stem from propaganda and psychological warfare against a specific nation. But it gets more candid:
Any advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence shall be prohibited by law.
The Holocaust promotion campaign fits the bill not without some duplicity of course. It served as portraying one (national, racial, religious) groups as innocent victims (Jews), while maligning another national group as vicious genociders (Germans, but also others especially of Eastern European stock) and well, it incited discrimination (who gets e.g. on trial for war crimes and who doesn't?) hostility and violence, as was pointed out by Ernst Zundel during an interview:
https://archive.org/details/ernst-zuend ... aw-student
Eduardo wrote:I insist. It would be very important to change videos to any alternative platform. There are videos in CODOH that can not be downloaded since they were in Bitchute. Is there any other chance?
So then Eduardo, what alternative platforms do you recommend?
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