Ben Weerheym, convicted race-hate criminal and neo-nazi, recently stole a Sydney Grogblogging 2006 image for use on his ‘Leftywatch’ hitlist blog. Weerheym uses the Blogspot facility primarily to facilitate physical attacks and intimidation against his political foes. Weerheym is well known for his association with fugitive racist Australian Nationalist Movement leader Jack Van Tongeren.
Despite Weerheym’s numerous threats of violence against various anti-racists and hundreds of complaints to Google per their Terms Of Service agreement, their Blogger/Blogspot division continues to tolerate Weerheym’s racial vilification and hitlist site, albeit with a warning message attached. Should you complain about TOS violations on Blogger? Yes, you should.
Weerheym believes that by publishing images of his political foes (though never images to which he owns copyright) and adding his own defamatory comments, he will intimidate his critics into submission.
Got news for ya Ben, you can vilify people who shine a spotlight on your racial hatreds and attempts at intimidation until the proverbial cows come home, but you won’t be doing it with your victims’ own images.
UPDATE: Weerheym’s characterisation of me as ‘Elmer Fudd’ made me laugh. I decided to check an independent arbiter regarding whom else I might resemble.
Facial recognition software at MyHeritage.com reckons I
look a bit more like these guys than Elmer Fudd:
Ben, lay off the drugs, k?
UPDATE II: An anonymous mgk reader decided to try Bennie’s photo in the MyHeritage facial recognition system.
The top result?
Poor John Goodman!
Face match result number six for Bennie will make him even less happy!
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