[pp.int.general] Pirate Party Situation in Spain
Elías A. Angulo Klein
elias.angulo.klein at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 22:46:35 CET 2012
The saddest thing is that, precisely.
After all this time, they think that it's something *personal*; *It is a
fact*, not all things were done all right *before*.
I tryed to reconciliate all the Pirates, with signifficant results: some
> people can work amazingly well, but only if they ignore the ones who are
> causing the trouble. I tryed, i promise, for all ways, to make Daniel Riaño
> notice, that we respect him, his labour and his progresses as a Pirate.
We have now work to do, a different perspective and people who knows how to
find solutions, when the problem is simplified, or they notice to find
different solutions that the ones that we were contemplating at first.
Please lets end the thread. :)
I'll reclaim you that beer. :P
2012/3/5 Kenneth Peiruza <kenneth at pirata.cat>
> Even your CoA admitted some of my points here. *These aren't attacks,
> these are facts*.
> Can you please stop insulting people in every list where you are
> Again no arguments or evidences, just personal attacks as reply.
> Daniel <danielrr2 at gmail.com> escribió:
> I feel a kind o indefension here. Kennet Peiruza goes on and on on his
> attacks against the Spanish PP in the PPI list at a pace that seems to
> prove he has got too much time on his hands, and everybody seems to find it
> OK, or at least he isn't asked to refrain to keep doing it. He can make it
> so personal as to drop my name once or twice in every other vitriolic
> email, or he can accuse the whole Spanish PP of "illegal activities" which
> is a very serious accusation. But if I answer, then both of us get angry
> words asking us to refrain to post personal messages to the list, as if it
> doesn't matter who started this row of unsupported accusations and
> defamatory spam. What am I supposed to do? Is it OK if I reply a short
> reply, or I need to consider this thread as fire aimed in just one
> El 04/03/2012, a las 18:02, Kenneth Peiruza <kenneth at pirata.cat> escribió:
> Daniel, don't make me laugh.
> Citing yourself 2 hours ago: "I already stop, and any effort from your
> part not to keep bringing your political party issues to this list will be
> most appreciated by all, I think.".
> 1st point: I NEVER insulted you, however, you insult me on every email you
> 2nd point, can you tell me if I'm wrong in any of these statements instead
> of insulting me?
> - The president you had 1'5 years ago, left the party.
> - PP-ES's drop the membership status of at least 200 members without even
> a letter, which is mandatory by Spanish law. You simply removed them from
> you database. Interestingly, most double-members of PP-ES + PP-CAT were
> drop away.
> - PP-ES's had some key members from the former board under investigation,
> until your Court of Arbitration (CdG) resigned 2 weeks ago.
> - Your CdG's (CoA) president resigned mostly because she got rid of some
> people's attitude, including yourself, Daniel Riaño.
> - Your former secretary deleted all emails from
> secretario.jdn at partidopirata.es after leaving the charge, deleting plenty
> of evidence about his behavior.
> - You have terrible issues to verify who is really a PP-ES member and who
> - You haven't confirmed PP-ES's PPI membership after 2 years (it was never
> a point in any of your GA's, and your statutes say it must be confirmed by
> - You were unable to present to most elections, in fact you have only
> presented twice out of more than 12, and the last electoral law's reform
> made you unable to run even in Madrid, your stronghold.
> - At least 3 members of your former bureau have left the party in the last
> 4 weeks.
> - A member of your former bureau was kicked away from the party by
> handcrafting a resignation letter he never wrote neither signed.
> - Your former treasurer had its email spied by other bureau members. You
> were also part of that bureau.
> - Your former bureau decided to violate your statutes by presenting
> candidatures against what it says there (not everyone was a party member 3
> months before the call for election).
> - Your former bureau added new members to the bureau without any election,
> against what your statutes say, again.
> - Your current bureau hasn't called for election to refill your resigned
> court of arbitration (in less than 3 weeks), as your statutes say.
> - Some members of your former bureau threaten us by saying that you would
> run for election in Catalonia (hilarious threat, as you couldn't even run
> for election in Madrid!)
> - TOP anti-RIAA lawyer in Spain (Josep Jover) got rid of your former
> - Most members of PP-ES admit that your statutes are unpractical, not to
> say dumb.
> - PP-ES has been trying to modify its statutes for 2 years.
> On the other hand:
> - We decide everything in horizontal way, with e-democracy.
> - We were the ones to run for an election in Spain.
> - We have helped you in every election were PP-ES has run. Even some of
> your TV ads were ours.
> - We trained your people in Madrid in Spanish's election law to run for
> the city hall, as we already had know-how about it.
> - We shared our contents so you could re-use it in your campaigns
> - We've given you legal advice in how to modify your statutes and how to
> present a candidature.
> - We've given you contacts to save money in banner's printing
> - We've proposed you a confederation/stable bilateral agreements for up to
> 19 months.
> - We've looked for candidates (and presented a bunch of them) to help you
> run for election in Andalusia.
> - I personally gave advice to the Spanish pirates organizing elections in
> Madrid and Andalusia.
> - 90.5% of Pirate votes in Spain are votes of Pirata.cat
> - We're almost 4 times bigger than you, in a quarter of time.
> Am I wrong in any of these statements? please, don't insult me, just tell
> me in which points I'm wrong.
> Too many of your issues aren't just ugly things but illegal things.
> Man, if you want to work together, we'll be happy to do so, but please,
> don't come here telling us that PP-ES is a cool thing when I do talk
> regularly with many of your members/bureau members and we all perfectly
> know the issues you have.
> We want a confederation umbrella-organization, not leaded by your lack of
> internal democracy neither your dumb statutes, to hold Spain's vote in PPI.
> We've been working for it for up to 2 years. Do you want so?
> Fools hardly realize about who their enemies are.
> On 04/03/12 17:03, Daniel Riaño wrote:
> Hi Justus,
> It is already months since the Spanish PP has being passing in silence the
> insults, personal attacks, innuendos and all kind of defamatory rhetoric we
> have been reading in the PPI lists coming from the side of one single
> member of the PP CAT. Unlike this individual, we, at the Spanish PP don't
> think the PPI lists are the right venue to present our local pleas, to wash
> our laundry, to comment about our internal issues or the personal issues
> with pirates all over Spain, even less to do it unfairly with total
> disregard for actual facts.
> Now, since this individual has got some predicament in the lists, mainly
> due to his obsessed insistence on pushing his agenda through this list at
> all cost (even at the cost of sidelining the real issues of the PPI at the
> forecomign General Assembly in Praha) maybe at this point some members of
> the PPI are truly interested to know what's really going on among pirates
> in Spain (and not just " what they think is being done wrongly at PPES").
> If that's the case, I think the directory board of Spain's PP (I am
> speaking for my self here) will no doubt find the time to present a fair
> account of its position (but please mind that we have our papers to finish
> and jobs to keep and things like that) and we will be ready to answer all
> pertinent questions from all you pirates.
> Best wishes,
> 2012/3/4 Justus Römeth <roemeth at gmail.com>
>> Instead of bringing up this topic in a number of threads, I think it
>> should be discussed on its own. Now, please don't make any personal
>> attacks. Instead, it would be nice if Pirates from Spain that know the
>> situation would fill the rest of us in about what they think is being done
>> wrongly at PPES, how they see PP-CAT's and PP-GAL's positions towards this,
>> if they would be okay with forming an umbrella organization that represents
>> the various Spanish PPs towards PPI (and possibly PPEU) or not, and stuff
>> like that.
>> I would in particular be interested in knowing whether members of
>> PP-CAT and PP-GAL would be interested in joining PPES as well if PPES gets
>> their problems under control (as long as Catalonia and Galicia are not
>> independent, anyways).
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