Internet History is in Danger

If the satanists have their way,  it will be impossible to recover the treasure trove of historical data currently housed on  Many of the most important and incriminating articles in internet history are only available on archive. Don’t let the satanic elite cover their tracks.

A Message From the Team Behind the Wayback Machine
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Dear Wayback Machine User,

Right now, we need your help. As a project of the Internet Archive—a nonprofit internet library dedicated to promoting Universal Access to All Knowledge—the Wayback Machine is continually working to ensure that the web has a memory.

Just five years after our web crawlers captured their first webpages, we made our growing archive of digital culture into a publicly and freely available resource for everyday internet users. Our work has had powerful outcomes: We’ve been instrumental in helping journalists and fact-checkers hold those in power accountable. We’ve made it possible for individuals to access their digital memories. We’ve brought dead links back to life. Now, anyone with a reason to visit the internet of the past can easily access our growing collection at no cost.

Because we remain dedicated to promoting free access to information, we will never run ads, sell user data, or charge for access to the Wayback Machine. Instead, we rely on the generosity of individuals like you to pay for servers, staff, and maintenance.

If you can’t imagine a future without the Wayback Machine, please consider supporting our work. We promise to put your donation to good use as we continue to store more than 625 billion web pages, add over 585 million pages every day, and serve more than 600,000 Patrons every day. A little goes a long way, but fewer than 1 in 1,000 of our patrons donate.

Your support will help us build the web we deserve.

Thank you for joining me.

Brewster Kahle
Founder & Digital Librarian

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