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An article on Golden Dawn, the Nazi party in Greece.
Posted from the darker net via Android.
With the UK’s 2012 local elections in full swing, we get a glimpse via this list of how the far right are regrouping. See http://www.hopenothate.org.uk/2012/elections/
Note. It can be recalled that in 2008 a spreadsheet listing British National Party members was published by a disgruntled former BNP member, Matthew Single. He was subsequently fined £200 for breaching the Data Protection Act. A year later a more updated version – which included names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, occupations, as well as whether members were current or lapsed – was uploaded anonymously and made accessible from encrypted Wikileaks files (download takes ages, be patient) – http://wlstorage.net/file/bnp-2009/bnp-2009.htm – or direct from the Wikileaks.org website: http://wikileaks.org/wiki/BNP2 Some of this information is now out of date, of course. Also, at the time, the BNP claimed the list was a forgery with many names of BNP activists missing.
The wider implications are more about how offshore publishing operations can circumvent national data protection legislation. Thus, post-Wikileaks, we have crossed into a new information webscape: the darkernet.
A BNP candidate was the Tottenham Court Road siege man. Latest reports named Michael Green, 48, from Stevenage, who was arrested on Friday after the incident, during which parts of central London were evacuated. His alleged offences include possession of a weapon for the discharge of a noxious liquid/gas or electrical incapacitating device. Green is also accused of false imprisonment, making a bomb hoax, causing criminal damage and recklessly endangering life. Green stood for the BNP in the Stevenage constituency in the 2010 General Election.