Plaintext has a few advantages over other formats.
If ANSI-encoded, it's 126 KB. This is about 4.5 times smaller than the DOCX and about 6.9 times smaller than the most common PDF in circulation. This fact matters in many cases: for example, to permanently upload it to blockchains where fees increase with bytes.
Plaintext won't infect your device, so it's far safer and more likely for people to read. A PDF can contain malware, and a few PDFs of the book have different file sizes. One version of the book attaches a malware payload that rewrites your master boot record.
Text is one of the easiest forms of data to share, so as text the book can go into wider circulation and be read by more people. Through a simple copy and paste job it can reach different audiences it wouldn't have if it remained in the PDF and DOCX formats.
Here are five mirrors. If some go down, others should remain.
If you want to spread this across Voat, copy and paste this:
Here's Tarrant's Christchurch manifesto, "The Great Replacement," as text.
It's easier shared than a PDF or DOCX file, and with less [chance of malware](https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/vigilantes-counter-christchurch-manifesto-with-weaponized-version/).