Group of Jews Tracking and Doxing Online “Antisemites” Now Operating in Australia

Everyone just needs to trust that the Jews are right about everything.

Because everyone who disagrees with the Jews is going to be silenced and have their lives destroyed. So you’re not going to know about anyone who disagrees with the Jews.

There is no reason to not just trust that Jews cannot be wrong and cannot lie, because you’re not going to know what people who disagree with the Jews are saying.

The Guardian:

A pro-Israel “surveillance network” that has offered bounties for information on pro-Palestinian protesters is establishing a foothold in Australia and claims to have secured meetings with key federal politicians, leaked messages show.

Shirion Collective, which has largely focused on the US and UK, boasts of its ability to scrape digital fingerprints to “aggressively track and expose antisemites”. It is one of a number of groups that have gained prominence on social media during the Israel-Gaza war, publicly naming individuals it accuses of being antisemitic.

Shirion Collective claims it has an AI tool called Maccabee which can identify and track targets.

This is an artificial intelligence surveillance operation. That’s openly what it is.

They track people on the internet and dox them for posting disagreements with the Jews.

No one else would be able to operate this kind of network without the government’s permission, but these Jews just do it and no one is allowed to complain.

They are even saying they’re going to make deepfake videos of people to shame them.

In one post on X, Shirion outlines a scenario in which the tool creates and releases deepfake videos – falsified content that looks and sounds genuine – to embarrass individuals who take down posters picturing Israeli hostages.

On its X account, Shirion Collective has claimed to offer bounties of US$500 for information on people in videos. In a December post it claimed it would pay up to US$15,000 for “crucial insights” about politicians, US$7,500 for medical doctors and US$250 for students.

Leaked screenshots of Shirion’s Telegram channel, shared with Guardian Australia by the White Rose Society, an anti-fascist research group, show Shirion has become active in Australia, with participants identifying potential targets and boasting of attempts to meet the home affairs minister, Clare O’Neil, and the shadow home affairs minister, James Paterson.

Anonymised Shirion members discussed presenting O’Neil and Paterson with a list of names to ensure they were “brought to justice according to the rule of law”.

“Need help. We managed to get into home affairs calendar, need to come prepared with people with hate speech and names that the government didn’t held [sic] accountable,” one anonymous user said.

Meeting with Clair [sic] or her stuff [sic] … we also have a meeting with the shadow minister.”

Both O’Neil and Paterson’s offices said they had not met anyone who identified themselves as part of Shirion Collective.

The leaked texts show people on the Shirion channel discussed adding the names of individuals to a “watch list” and mass reporting posts on social media.

Some Australians whose social media accounts were linked in the channel had shared antisemitic, racist and conspiracy theory content on social media. Others were pro-Palestinian activists who do not appear to have posted or shared antisemitic content.

When contacted via its social media accounts, a Shirion member describing themself as the “social media guy” said the “Ai is a quiet project with an internal team”.

Shirion Collective is one of several groups that say they track and fight antisemitism, largely through identifying individuals online.

Canary Mission, which has been operating since at least 2015, maintains lists of students, professors and other individuals on its website who it claims “promote hatred of the USA, Israel and Jews”. Another prominent account on X, StopAntisemitism, shares the names and employers or academic institutions of individuals, and often directs its more than 298,000 followers where to make complaints.

The independent US Jewish publication Forward has reported in detail on allegations Canary Mission is creating a culture of fear on American university campuses and intimidating activists. Canary Mission profiles neo-Nazi and far-right organisations, but also lists anti-Zionist Jewish organisations such as Jewish Voice for Peace on its site.

Jews don’t distinguish between “neo-Nazi” and “anti-Zionist.” They don’t really care that much if you’re against black people or immigration, as long as you’re not against Israel and Jews.

That is, they will fight you if you’re anti-immigrant or whatever, but they won’t destroy you. You can look at the media landscape, and see that you are allowed to be anti-immigrant, you’re allowed to talk about black crime, you are allowed to talk about trannies, but you are definitely not allowed to talk about the Jews.