This one guy has racked up nearly 150 reports resulting in fines and convictions – mostly against pensioners.
Online thought police.
The web host Tomas Åberg receives tax funds for mass reporting to pensioners and others who write critically on Facebook. Now he states that he has received almost 150 judgments against people who have been reported to the police for “incitement to the ethnic group”.
“1 218 police reports 2017-2018. 144 retention sentences, from 214 filings. Many are waiting for prosecution!” writes the Nethole examiner on Twitter.
The Nethole Examiner also states that its own state-financed operations have led to a 10-fold increase in the number of convicting HMF judgments in Sweden. During the year, one further “researched, collaborated, lectured among the Council of Europe’s conference on criminal networks”, it says.
The authority MUCF, which finances left-wing extremist organizations such as Expo, has so far granted just over one and a half million kronor in grants to the Nethats examiner.
The Nethole Examiner is run by Tomas Åberg, who a few years ago was investigated for extensive animal cruelty but let go of charges because he kept out of service.
Most of the contribution from MUCF goes to paying Åberg’s salary.
This spring, Tomas Åberg was hailed as a “Swedish hero” in an article in Aftonbladet that then mysteriously disappeared from the magazine’s collection page of the Swedish heroes.