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Wiesenthal Centre: Canadians Cannot be Trusted on the Internet

Posted by Anarchore on July 27, 2007

The implication of the article below is that Canadians are not capable of coming to their own conclusions about material they encounter online. We must be shown the correct thoughts by the Simon Wiesenthal centre, and must not think thoughts critical of Israel. Above all, we must not be exposed to facts about the Israel lobby’s influence on the Canadian government and about Israel backed wars, like Afghanistan.

Leo Adler, director of national affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, presented its 10th annual report on Digital Terrorism and Hate for 2007 to Sudbury media on Monday.

“Sudbury may be small compared to other Canadian cities, but it is not isolated,” Adler said. “All it takes is to attract and recruit one individual. … Sudbury is no further immune than Toronto, New York City or any other place.”

Canadians are simply too naive to be trusted to use the internet without possibly being turned into terrorists by savvy hate-mongers. Oh, save us from free speech, Mr Adler. Please restrict access to the web, oh wise Zionists.

http://www.thesudburystar.com/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=623939&catname=Local+News&classif=
Sudbury not immune from terrorism; One person can create a web of lies, Simon Wiesenthal “researcher” says


Lara Bradley
Local News – Tuesday, July 24, 2007 @ 09:00

Hate websites are becoming increasingly clever at luring in the young, angry or just plain curious, and we should all be vigilant, an expert says.

On the Internet, you can find games like Border Crossing in which the player shoots Mexican “wetbacks” – pregnant women with toddlers in tow as they scurry across the border.

Then there’s Ethnic Cleansing, where the player gets to custom-tailor the group he or she would like to hunt down; and Kaboom, in which the player gets to be a suicide bomber, earning points based on the size of the crowd taken out.

Leo Adler, director of national affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, presented its 10th annual report on Digital Terrorism and Hate for 2007 to Sudbury media on Monday.

“Sudbury may be small compared to other Canadian cities, but it is not isolated,” Adler said. “All it takes is to attract and recruit one individual. … Sudbury is no further immune than Toronto, New York City or any other place.”

The centre, a human rights organization dedicated to fostering ideas of tolerance and understanding, has been monitoring the Internet since 1995.

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Back then, there was only one hate crime site called Stormfront, a group promoting white supremacy.

“Hate on Demand chronicles what has taken place,” Adler said. “How extremist groups harness the power of the Internet.”

Now, countless terrorists groups – from the Baby Liberation Army, which targets medical staff who perform abortions, to religious extremists pumping up suicide bombers to hardcore environmental groups promoting violence to achieve their ends – use the World Wide Web to disseminate information to members, as well as market themselves to potential members.

“Things don’t happen spontaneously,” he said. “Terrorism is extremely well organized.”

From games to weapons sites containing step-by-step instructions on how to build bombs that will detonate using a cellphone, hate sites on the Internet are on the rise, up about 17 per cent from 2006.

Parents and educators have to become aware of what’s out there so they can monitor children and young people’s exposure to these dark places, Adler said.

“A lot of the sites look very scholarly, but are hate sites,” he said.

Teachers might not be aware that when they assign students projects on immigration or the Holocaust, students will likely encounter these sites during the course of their research. One Burlington girl, for example, came across one denying the Holocaust existed.

So firmly convinced was she by its “documents,” that she organized a debate in her class. She later e-mailed the site saying she had won over 80 per cent of her class. The site’s organizers called her a freedom fighter.

Because words that inspire hate crimes is considered a crime in Canada, Canadian web hosts will often take down sites the centre uncovers as directing hatred towards one group or violence.

If the host doesn’t agree, then the centre can take its concerns to police.

Recently, it got the Railties Collective, dedicated to violent ways to stop rail traffic, off its Canadian host. However, the Dossier Noir, which targets Jewish and black people in Canada, is on an American server so can’t be touched.

What can people do? Adler recommended parents monitor their children’s Internet use. If you do find a hate site, then report it to police or the centre at www.fswc.ca.

lbradley@thesudburystar.com

Online hate

Digital Terrorism and Hate 2007, the 10th annual report by the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center, is also available in French and Spanish.

It was compiled by the center’s researchers in Los Angeles, Toronto, Jerusalem, Paris, New York and Buenos Aires.

This year’s report has more than 600 sites culled from 7,000 problematic websites, blogs, newsgroups, YouTube and other on-demand video sites.

www.fswc.ca

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2 Responses to “Wiesenthal Centre: Canadians Cannot be Trusted on the Internet”

  1. […] Wiesenthal Centre: Canadians Cannot be Trusted on the Internet […]

  2. This made me smile:

    “One Burlington girl, for example, came across one denying the Holocaust existed.

    So firmly convinced was she by its “documents,” that she organized a debate in her class. She later e-mailed the site saying she had won over 80 per cent of her class. The site’s organizers called her a freedom fighter.”

    It’s simply amazing that a school girl can get 80% of her class to question the official Holocaust numbers in the short period of time it takes to sit through one class.

    There’s so much evidence – or should I say lack of evidence – that a child who is uneducated on the subject beyond what she read on a website can win over a crowd.

    Why is this a threat? Because is the Holocaust did not happen as the Chosen claim the official story goes, then Israel would lose it’s scapegoat for the existance of the psuedo-State.

    The Simon Weaselthug Center is posing a serious threat to the Nature givin right of personal freedom of thought and self expression. They fear the fact that there may be a time when everyone starts asking questions that they do not want to answer…..

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