ruth weismann on Sat, 26 Apr 2008 16:22:18 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Proposal to create EU-wide "troublemakers" database

yes, its ar eally good idea to register yourself at that database. we should
all go there and say, hey, we are potential troublemakers
fucking hell, everythings going crazy and i guess the panic is something i
personally have to stop now (for unimportant things in my life, i mean) just
to not give into the general panic of the EU or even the whole world. virilo
wrote something about panic and city. i didnt read it, but i guess the very
concept of panic being something contemporary and giving way to all this
security arguments, under which polititians can argue nearly everything, is
is becoming the most relaxed person in the world a possible counterstrategy?
also agains the neoliberal rush of life in general? i dont want to sound
like "oh, we have to rush so much and are so alienated and times where
better before in the nuclear family", but somehow it seems to be connected.
time and space. isnt it this what we need?
ok, it is not totally thought thrue what I wrote now, its a kind of
spontanous loud thinking just.

so, i guess the sleeping performance is not so bad ( a friend of mine did


On 4/24/08, Patrice Riemens <> wrote:

> I think I am going to report myself myself as such. May be more people
> would like to join. Another funny scheme is to apply en-masse for
> denaturalisation and becoming stateless persons. Stateless persons are a
> major headache to governements, especially 'good governance' governments.
> They become administrative zombies. The system does not like zombies.

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