Imageholder.org is a private member iamge and document sharing website, baisically it’s like Imgur but only members can upload things. This website was created to make it easy for it’s members to share things they’ve uploaded on different social media platforms. All of the images and documents are publicly visible, so anyone can share something that’s here. The ability to upload documents is limited to invited members only, and if you don’t know who to ask for an invitation there’s no chance of you becoming a member.
JUMP NAVIGATION: This page is divided into seven sections you can use the jump links to quckly navigate to the section you are interested in:
Why Are You Reading This Page
You’re probably here because you want to write us a sternly worded letter, or maybe you have a more nefarious intent, and you want to deplatform us or dox us. Prepare to be disappointed.(Return to Top)
Who We Are
Our goal is to give you as little personally identifiable information about us as possible. By giving you any information we create an access point for someone to attempt to dox us, deplatform us, and try to ruin our real world lives. We’ve put a number of protections, obfuscation layers, and disinformation layers in place to thwart anyone’s efforts. These protections will alert us if someone starts nosing around, allowing us to throw more disinformation on the path.(Return to Top)
We’re Not Russian
If you think this is a website run by Russians, you couldn’t be more wrong. Our family tree traces back to colonists who arrived here in the late 1600s and we have three ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War, one of whom was an officer. We’re members of Sons of the American Revolution Society , and in all likelihood we’re more American than you are. You probably don’t even know what that is or why it’s important, but maybe you should learn something about American History before you start accusing someone of being a Russian Spy.(Return to Top)
Parody, Satire and The First Amendment
This website does contain some satire and parody content. Before you make a call to your lawyers you should know opinion and satire are protected under The First Amendment. Parody is understood to be form of criticism, in that it represents a considered response to an event or situation. Satire is not Defamation see DC Circuit Court Knows Satire (News), Farah and Corsi v Esquire (Legal), and Hustler v Fallwell (Cornell Law).(Return to Top)
This website is not affiliated in any way with with any corporation, business, organization, group, confederation, militia, their agents or anyone acting on someone else’s behalf in any way. This website is not affiliated with any political party, PAC, Intelligence Organization, Government Agency of any county, or organization of any kind. Really it’s just a few people who builds websites for a living that needed to solve the problem of having permanent links they could use to share documents. (Return to Top)
Just Relax and Stop Overreacting
People take themselves and the situations we're in today a little too seriously, everything isn't the doom of western civilization people are constantly making it out to be on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
Just relax, stop overreacting and enjoy the feeling of living in exciting times. We understand not everyone is going to agree with our sense of humor or find everything here funny, and that's fine. We are big believers in the First Amendment and how it applies online . We don't advocate or condone violence of any kind with people you disagree with.(Return to Top)
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