While I agree entirely that the future of revisionism has to be in videos if we are to win this fight, as the masses are not going to suddenly start reading books of a scholarly nature and turn this thing around. No, it has to be in videos. And look what an opportunity the web provides for doing so, with youtube and other video share sites on the web. Yes they're often censored but there's ways around that, such as you can post smaller videos on there that pique a viewers interest and are designed to not incur the censors' wrath, and then direct them to your own site for a fuller exposition of revisionist evidence. Anyways, there will always be censorship with regard to this discussion, well until we win that is. However revisonism has to get into the video production business and now, if we're to win. Denierbud's videos are an excellent example of this, they're really well produced and have a high production value, and they also wonderfully informative, very well presented and very viewable, and yes they can even be amusing and entertaining.
This video you've posted is a little different, in that it presents written articles and passages from books that the viewer can use the pause option to read. This is an interesting technique. Two things about this technique:
1. Do you remind the viewer that they can do this in the beginning of your video? Something like: "What follows are passages from books and articles. Use the pause function to read them fully." I didn't see that, maybe you did but I didn't see it. You might think this is stating the obvious, but the average viewer may not think of doing that IMHO, and so its worth pointing out.
2. This brings us to the 2nd point: some of the text you use at the bottom of the video are hard to read, as the video behind the text is white, and the text is white. This makes reading the text of what you have to say difficult. I know its a small and production oriented kind of thing, but this is the kind of thing that turns people off and makes them feel that the video is of low production value. And that the producer of this video doesn't know what they're doing. Consumers of today's videos and movies and television are used to a standard of viewing quality, which is high. The content may be total crap, and usually is, from both TV and Hollywood, but they're used to high production values. I'd suggest if possible a black background on the bottom part of the video, so your white colored text is easily readable. I know these things shouldn't matter, and that its your excellent content that matters, but this is what folks are used to, and you wouldn't want to lose receptivity to your message due to some production oriented thing like that.
-You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
-The establishment can't control the web, and the control of information through all means but one, is no control at all.