[pp.int.general] Pirate Manifesto: Finally, amendments showdown
Mirco da Silva
mirco.da.silva at piracy-international.org
Tue Nov 11 11:21:32 CET 2008
Christian Hufgard schrieb:
> Yes, some pirates are anarchists,
Look into history.
Pirates never obeyed to the laws of any state.
The only rules they accept and follow are their own pirate codex varying
an all autonomous units (aka pirate ships or fleets, projects - u name it)
In fact they were and are blamed to be the enemy number one to the
civilization of the empires and their global (east india) trading companies.
To prefer individual and decentralized freedom instead of collective
centralized tyranny is a unique selling preposition of all Pirates - of
> but from my point of view,
You, Christian, a.) are praising communism as an ideal, and b.) are
declaring that it (quote) "would be good for the whole society detaining
people like me in jails".
You are using the "pirate thing" as a useful tool on your way to a
dictatorship of the working class.
For me the pirate partys are trojan horses carrying the code for freedom
into authoritarian systems.
> they are a small minority.
The authoritarian the environment, the less pirates are present.
(Vice versa works too.)
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