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Tbilisi Club faces cyber attacks after launching ‘Russian Visa’

Georgia: The famous Tbilisi club 'Dadaena Bar' faced a mass cyber attack after launch of the 'Russian Visa' form on their website in an attempt to stop the Putin supporters from getting inside the club.

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Georgia: The famous Tbilisi club ‘Dadaena Bar’ faced a mass cyber attack after launch of the ‘Russian Visa’ form on their website in an attempt to stop the Putin supporters from getting inside the club.

The ‘Russian Visa’ form on their website read as “Citizens Of Russia Need A Visa To Enter Dedaena Bar Because Not All Russians Are Welcome Inside The Club”. “The Club Stands For Equality And Unity, But We Need To Make Sure, That Brainwashed Russian Imperialists Do Not End Up In Bar.”

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Since the launch of the form, nearly 2000 Russians have filled the ‘Russian Visa Form’. “Please Support Us By Filling Up A Visa Application, So Nobody Has To Hang Out Alongside Ass*Oles. Thanks For Understanding,” the form read.

This has led the club to face massive backlash over the internet. The club has fallen prey to cyber-attacks and hatred online. The negative reviews, hate messages, and threats have been pouring in over their website.

The Google reviews against the club rose at the rate of one comment per second, leading total comments to 10,500 within no span of time. The attackers have even deleted the menus they have posted on their website. Further, the website has been down for more than 20 times till now.

The form had specific checkboxes like ‘I didn’t vote for Putin, he is a dictator; Georgia is 20% occupied by the Russians and more.

The co-founder of the club, Data Lapauri, has clarified his move of launching the ‘Russian Visa’. He has stated his intention of keeping the Putin supporters away, not all the Russians. He added,” Everyone is welcome in our bar; our whole policy is about inclusivity. Our staff are from diverse backgrounds. We wouldn’t say, ‘you are Russian; you can’t be here.

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