Patrice Riemens on Mon, 19 Jan 2009 19:02:57 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> What We See, What We Hope: Declaration of Solidarity with the Uprising in Greece

On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 07:35:19PM +0200, Patelis Korinna wrote:

> I don't want to be a bitch here...nor do I want to insult you, but did we 
> attend the same marches and riots? Cause what I saw was not as half as kick 
> ass as what you are describing and declaring below.

Dear Korinna and all,

Your post provides me with an occasion to (re)state my own posting 
policies. Members please consider these when reacting on posts I have not 
written myself, but have merely forwarded, and marked as such 

As is stated in the list info, nettime is, among other things, a text 
filter. If you find something that may be interesting to (part of) the 
community, you might want to forward it. What I do regularly. In the case 
of the Greek riots/ uprising I noticed that there had been little on 
Nettime since some time, reason why I fwded this declaration which sounded 

This does not mean that I personnaly endorse such texts, or can be held 
accountable for the details of their content: I am only a 'passeur'. 
(there must be a nice word in Greek for this, cf Plato, Io). Please then, 
do not import into the list the domestic controversies that are attenant 
to such texts, but address them to the original authors (usually 

Cheers from AZERTYstan, patrizio & Diiiinooos!  

PS And apologies for a glitch in yesterdays posting where I forgot to 
clean up the end, and my sig - no longer valid (sorry Geert! ;-) aside 
from the Saint Just quote, maybe you could reflect on that... (were his 
'famous last words')

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