The erasure of cyberpalestine

On 2013 THE CIRCLE, Nimda Corporation’s Secret Service launched Operation Cyberpalestine by purchasing the domain . Inspired by the cyberyugoslavia project, THE CIRCLE decided to launch a cyperpalestine estate and released an open call for people to apply for cyberpalestinian documents. The project included cultural plans and developments, as well as economic opportunities to help refugee camps in Gaza. However, both, CIRCLE’s president and Nimda’s CEO have recognized cyberpalestine as their hugest fail ever.

Cyberpalestinian territory until today has zero population, and as 2016 comes to an end, Nimda Corporation CEO stated on his 100-Day Plan to Make Nimda Great Again the intentions to shut down cyberpalestine. On January 5, 2017 the cybernation’s domain name will expire. Today, Nimda’s CEO has stated he will not renovate the domain services.
Cyberpalestine faces a reality that will wipe it out of the internet. It will only leave a caché behind. Hence, these 2016 holidays are the last chance to visit