GTA Hams fed up with the jamming and Hate Crimes Blogspot Publisher

Ever since the VE3YYZ repeater was shut down for 5 days due to a local ham behaving badly (multiple times) the amount of time and effort spent keeping the local hate crime anti-ham radio website current and expanding its targets.

The lies and nonsense being published provides insights into the true character of the owner of the domain and publishing rights as its shrouded in Anon responses and fake news.

The publisher has identified himself and demonstrated the ability to post items quickly and with added lies, hatred and additional falsehoods.

The jamming and playing of tapes by this ham and his paid for subcontractors has really polarized the hobby. Local hams are FED UP and are asking for this activity to STOP. The Jamming of local Procomm, ARES, DMR and simplex nets is also disturbing and sometimes carries “hate crime” propaganda.

New hams listening in with their new radios have realized how sad the hobby has become as he continues his rants, abusive postings and on-going melodrama meltdowns arguing with anyone and everyone that is thought to be against the DMR mode.

This fellow was once a respected ham in the community but has chosen to be the reporter and publisher of hate.

As Mark Jone M0MGX published in Radcom the publisher of hate has really demonstrated to be the this profile:

RadCom-February.2017 repeater abuse

“Individuals in category 3 are more concerning and probably need professional help; they are more often than not very intelligent individuals who lack social acceptance and have become anti· establishment. We often find they also have very strong legal knowledge. They tend to get as much pleasure out of using the legal system to their advantage as they do out of the act of abuse they are undertaking. Their acts of abuse are their ‘safe place’ and they are as good at defending it as they are acting within it. Individuals in this category feed off any response to their behaviour; discussing the abuse on the air or in any form of social media in the public domain is exactly what they are looking for. Ignoring the abuse completely often disarms the individual and may, on a very good day, even lead to self·reflection.”

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Hopefully it is hoped that this ham will Cease and Desist in his behaviour and follow the ARRL Code of Conduct

The Radio Amateur is:

CONSIDERATE…He/[She] never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.

LOYAL…He/[She] offers loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local clubs, the IARU Radio Society in his/[her] country, through which Amateur Radio in his/[her] country is represented nationally and internationally.

PROGRESSIVE…He/[She] keeps his/[her] station up to date.  It is well-built and efficient.  His/[Her] operating practice is above reproach.

FRIENDLY…He/[She] operates slowly and patiently when requested; offers friendly advice and counsel to beginners; kind assistance, cooperation and consideration for the interests of others. These are the marks of the amateur spirit.

BALANCED…Radio is a hobby, never interfering with duties owed to family, job, school or community.

PATRIOTIC…His/[Her] station and skills are always ready for service to country and community.

– adapted from the original Amateur’s Code, written by Paul M. Segal, W9EEA, in 1928

The local DMR Repeater also has a code of conduct that “makes a lot of sense”

http://www.va3xpr.net/code/

 

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