we setup an anonymous pastebin, and anonymous messaging service
We just setup two new services, one being an anonymous pastebin using Zerobin where data is sent encrypted with 256 bit AES encryption and completely anonymous, we can’t even know who pasted what :).
as well as an anonymous temporary messaging service using readthenburn which stores a message until it is read then deletes it, and data is sent encrypted and stored encrypted until it is deleted after being read.
Hope you guys like it :)
Greek member of parliament shouts ‘heil Hitler’ during session
Washington Post: A Greek member of parliament from the far-right party Golden Dawn is heard shouting ’Heil Hitler’ during an argument with members of the a far-left party, according to reports.
Here’s what’s thought to have happened: [Panayiotis] Iliopoulos, who had recently assaulted some immigrant vendors at an Athens port, got into an argument with members of Greece’s far-left Syriza party, whom he called “goats” and “filthy, scurrilous” people.
The parliament’s acting speaker, also a member of Syriza, asked Iliopoulos to leave. “Go away before we send you away,” he said, according to the Greek Reporter. As a scrum of Golden Dawn lawmakers filed out of the room, shouting angrily on the way out, “Heil Hitler” is audible at three different moments.
Reuters reports that Golden Dawn denies a neo-Nazi label though its emblem resembles the Swastika and there are published photographs of its supporters giving Nazi-style salutes.
More unsurprising news out of the Chrysi Avyi crowd.
one thing you’ll notice about the most militant leftism in Greece is that it is generationally marked. the most consistent, militant, radical leftists are from my father’s generation. they are all middle aged union workers and some small business owners who also participated in the Polytechnic uprising against the CIA-backed dicatorship in the 70s.
most of the recently graduated or soon-to-be college students are looking for ways out of Greece, have not shown a pronounced interest in fighting back against the IMF, and have taken to migration (more than 100,000 reports now say).
it is a sad prospect to think that these tired parents and (some) grandparents are the ones on the front lines swallowing tear gas and enduring police torture and brutality, the ones showing the most solidarity with immigrants and migrant workers, the ones who will raise the red flags and form human chain-linked fences to protest in front of parliament
while the students and youth generally are seeking ways to escape.
this dialectical reversal is surely characteristic of the pressures neoliberalism as neocolonialism forces onto peripheral [nation]states
this is likewise a crisis of culture and identity, of having to come to terms with the lie that is Europe, and the lack of time or space to decide. you’re either with us ‘Greeks as Greeks’, the internal others of Europe, our working class, or you abandon us to be left to dry by Merkel and Lagarde. the country has become a country of nostalgic, or maybe melancholic, militant lefists, versus confused and increasingly nationalistic old people who are afraid that if they stop voting for the neoliberal regime, their pensions and every last strand of stability will be confiscated once and for all
it’s really a sad, frustrating, story - especially if you know the history of European imperialism in Greece.