[pp.int.general] "Natural" law
godfloyd at gmail.com
Thu Jan 8 20:58:30 CET 2009
2009/1/8 Reinier Bakels <r.bakels at planet.nl>
> While I'm keen to follow Jorge, David, Andy and others' advice and continue
>> this in PPI forum, if Reinier rejects this too and continues the debate here
>> in the PPI list, it would make no sense to reply him there; thus, until
>> Reinier accepts to move this debate to the PPI forum, I'll have to continue
>> replying him here.
> Where is the PPI forum?
> Anyway, I guess the topics we discuss here are pretty essential. I am
> trying to be more concise - you too?
> Anyway, if you believe that politicians and others who do not interpret
> human rights in the way you believe is correct are *liers* then we better
> end our discussion. I suggest you join an action group. The actvist paradigm
> is different. If you have the ambition to be a politician, you should be
> prepared to take responsibility for policy, in a coalition, without a
> majority, and still trying to influence politics in youy direction. The
> "catalytic" approach, as I called it: trying to get more influence than
> justified by the number os seats, because you are really convincing.
> An frankly, that would not be very difficult in this field. All fields of
> intellectual property law have consistently been neglected by politics over
> many decades. Improvement is easy, unless you spoil it by becoming
> fundamentalist. And now I use this word on purpose.
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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