maxigas on Mon, 28 Apr 2008 07:48:27 +0200 (CEST)

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


just to note that in face of the recent habit of the growing extreme
right in budapest there is some civil (=nonviolent) antifascism which
is getting moderately popular -- a new development. :)

what's relevant here is that the nazis are photographing people of the
antifa and putting it on their news portal, with phone numbers, emails
and place of residence. so some of the antifa turned up on a recent
demo with banners announcing their personal data. this is like
registering yourself to the fascists' troublemakers database. and it
really worked, they made it into the fascist sites.

i think it's a totally stupid strategy, funny but it doesn't stop
anybody from doing anything -- on the contrary!


From: "ruth weismann" <>
Subject: Re: <nettime> Proposal to create EU-wide "troublemakers" database
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 16:24:56 +0200

> tja
> 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
> interesting.

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