-Continued from part 2
So it’s 2007 and there are now two copies of the ARC website online.
The original (genuine version since 2002) at http://www.deathcamps.org/
and the counterfeit version, that went online in 2006 located at http://www.death-camps.org/.
Now myself and my pals at [http://holocaustcontrovesies.blogspot.com] all supported the counterfeit version .
However, the original version was still getting all the traffic…
What to do, what to do…
Then we had an epiphany, we needed to destroy any and all links to the original version of ARC and drive traffic to our bogus website.
We started with Wikipedia, and launched a pseudo link war where we were the good guys as well as the bad guys 🙂
What we did is as follows: I had my German friend change all the original ARC links that were to be found on Wikipedia to the new counterfeit URL.
Then I went online afterwards and changed them all back.
This went back and forth until we successfully angered all the authors of the articles the links were placed in, and caused the Wiki administrators to become involved.
Then we started attacking the administrators with nasty comments until they banned the original http://www.deathcamps.org domain.
The only problem was they Wiki Administrators also banned http://www.death-camps.org so we sort of botched that plan up as well.
A sample of the controversy I created can be found here:
You can also see I created some controversy on my personal Wiki page to lend credence to the nonsense, a sample can be found here
Several of the Wiki Administrators from Germany specifically one in particular “Simplicus” advocated for the removal of the fake hyphenated version and the restoration of the original.
So, now we had no links on Wiki to our fake version of ARC, we tried to promote it hard on other sites like the Axis History Forums but became embroiled with other neo-Nazi’s there so that didn’t help much.
Then our problems got worse.
Chris Webb had us kicked off our ISP and had our counterfeit website shut down!
No problem, we brought it back online, in Amsterdam but he got us kicked off that ISP as well!
Then we changed the domain registration of death-camps.org to another simple-minded individual located in Copenhagen.
You can still see his information on the WHOIS page for death-camps.org here:
So now we were even more angry as we kept having to move our counterfeit website around to avoid Chris Webb exercising his legal right, and getting us shut down.
But in the meantime we noticed that the new group formed by Carmelo Lisciotto & Chris Webb called the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team (H.E.A.R.T) and their website at:
http://www.HolocaustResearchProject.org was taking off big time!
This wasn’t something we wanted to see happen, so we changed our strategy of attacked ARC and began attacking H.E.A.R.T.
We went back to the Wikipedia well and utilized a similar plan as we did with ARC!
This time we started pretending to be from H.E.A.R.T and spamming Wikipedia with PRO-H.E.A.R.T links, we did this over and over until the admins finally banned the domain. We also posted links to our blog at [holocaustcontroversies.blogspot.com] in the fake wiki dispute we engineered! (Clever huh)
See a sample of this here:
Well we succeeded in getting the HolocaustResearchProject.org domain blacklisted at Wiki, not that it made much difference in the success of H.E.A.R.T and I’m sure the wiki Administrators aren’t overly thrilled as they constantly have to respond to white list requests from scores of Wikipedia fans who wished to link to that site.
See a sample white list request here:
So now we had nothing!
Our site had no traffic, attacks against H.E.A.R.T failed to produce any negative impact against that websites success and the [Holocaustcontroversies.blogspot.com] blog was still floundering.
I still didn’t own the genuine http://www.Deathcamps.org site!!!
Time for the personal attacks!! (this just keeps getting better
Read more in part 4