Ingrid Rimland's daily ZGrams have become an important and unique
cyber tradition. She started sending them on January 1, 1996 and has - with
the exception of several computer glitches or massive, still unsolved
electronic enemy sabotage - sent them to her primary list every day since
then. 365 days a year!
The purpose of these ZGrams is to give voice to the crucially important
cyber struggle waged by Revisionists and genuine intellectual freedom
fighters against Cyber Censors - be they foreign governments or domestic
special interest lobby groups - to secure and maintain Freedom of Speech on
the Internet. Ingrid Rimland lends her ZGram outreach to arguments by friend
or foe alike. Although her loyalties are clearly in the World War II
Revisionist camp, she has juxtaposed intelligent arguments put forth by
opposition writers who are often diametrically opposed to her own viewpoint.
"We do not recruit; we convince. Truth has
no need of coercion."
Revisionism to the world!