Most of the books and documentaries published by Castle Hill Publishers can be downloaded free of charge (mp4, Kindle and PDF; see here). This way we tear down any financial barriers, and we eliminate any concerns about the loss of privacy, because customers buying books from us or elsewhere usually have to identify themselves, which many don't want to do. This "free for all" policy helps spreading the revisionist message, which is otherwise severely impeded by governmental and "free-market" censorship. The consequence of this for us is, however, that we lose sales. Hence, paying our translators who make these studies available in English and other languages is a struggle. As a matter of fact, very few translations of revisionist books, and no subtitle translations of movies, can be financed by profits made from sales. Asking people to translate books or subtitles free of charge sounds like a good idea, but in that case you usually get what you pay for. Because we want to produce high-quality products, we have to rely to a large extent on professional translators, and they simply cannot work just for the love of it. They must earn their daily bread.