Call to overhaul cyber-racism laws
December 15, 2008 - 12:24PM
“One racist nationalist group that has grabbed the spotlight following the shooting death of Tyler Cassidy, 15, by police in Melbourne last week is the Southern Cross Soldiers. The group uses MySpace to recruit Australians such as Cassidy to violently defend their country against migrants
In the meantime, Henderson-Hau has decided to use the proliferation of racist groups on Facebook and MySpace to his advantage, mining the sites for valuable information on the far-right such as photographs and the connections between individuals and groups across national borders.
He said Fight dem back! stored this data until it became useful.
"For example, Johnny X may have pics on his Facebook or MySpace of him doing a Heil Hitler salute in his boots and braces," Henderson-Hau said.
"Johnny X might one day wind up pitching for a government contract for his plumbing business. That is when those pictures would be sent to the relevant authorities."”
Who supplies the Police with info? Who collects info from Face Book accounts and then passes that information along with an Intelligence report to the Police? Mathew Henderson Hau does. And what do the Police do with this info? Well they use it to make an assessment of a possible NAZI. What was the brief that the Police were given on Tyler? Did it come from FDB? Probably. It’s a game to them but a game that gets people killed. Sure the Police shot this boy. But FDB and the media loaded the gun.