Melbourne City Council cyber war against Occupy Melbourne
Proof of attacks on Occupy Melbourne Wikipedia page, attempts to change history and evidence in on-going federal court cases. More importantly the edits were made during the last week of MCC’s 2012 elections. A quick tidy up of MCC’s image just before the election. Anyone who didn’t think Melbourne City Council (MCC) was (and still is) opposed to Occupy Melbourne either has their head in the sand, is plainly lying or delusional.
Note: The edit time is in UTC (GMT), so local time would have been Sunday 21 October 2012, 4:28 PM. Who is in Melbourne City Council on a computer on a Sunday afternoon?
At about that time two separate protests were occurring in relation to Occupy Melbourne’s treatment by Melbourne City Council.
Editing history the one of the tools of the totalitarian fascist. Has anyone read George Orwell’s 1984?
On Wikipedia you either have a username or your IP address is recorded, an easy mistake for an amateur cyber vandal to make.
Where was Nick Carson on this issue, with 11,000 Wikipedia edits he simply does not care about Occupy Melbourne any more. His last edit was August 2012. Just one year after the brutal city square eviction Nick Carson had washed his hands of protecting the true history of Occupy Melbourne. Where was our ‘Media team’? Too busy trolling Facebook most likely.
So that IP block is 203.26.235.x
Do not forget.
Neal Lynch was the consultant hired by MCC to shut down the protest, he often turned up at Flagstaff gardens to oversee the MCC operations in person.
In his corporate website he glosses over the fact, so we decided to help complete the story by adding it for him.
We didn’t actually edit this page, but in this form it more accurately reflects the truth.
N.b. Neal, if you were a school teacher you might want to remember to use capital letters in your own name, on you own website. neal lynch? Neal Lynch.
How would you feel if some one edited your history? Neal Lynch? Robert Doyle?
Maybe some chickens are coming home to roost for you.
Posted on February 18, 2013, in Actions & protests, Australia, Editgate cyber war, History, Law & Government, Media, Melbourne, Photo, Politics, Robert Doyle, Victoria. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.