[pp.int.general] purpose of manifesto
Carlos Ayala Vargas
aiarakoa at yahoo.es
Sat Jan 24 17:03:30 CET 2009
Reinier Bakels wrote:
>>> You repeat yourself (for the zillionth time) and *you are wrong*. I
>>> referred here to *any* national party, and most of them are all
>>> called "PP", in various languages.
>> If you refer to any national party, you are the wrong one, as it
>> doesn't apply to Spain. In Spain, PP applies to Popular Party, while
>> PIRATA applies to Pirate Party, you can check it here
> Oops! How happy I am that I changed last minute "all" by "most"! The
> issue here was whether the designation pirat* (* for a wildcard) is
> appropriate, and the reference to PP only for brevity.
You always talk about us (the international movement) as PP, do I need
to give plenty of examples?
> This post again shows that you are a big political talent: for
> instance, you are very good in the age-old debating trick taking
> someones argument, extract an aspect irrelevant for the actual cause,
> and then fight that aspect vehemently.
No, that's actually used by you. And repeatedly.
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