[pp.int.general] Would you exclude a party from entering PPI?

Aleksandar Blagojevic piratska.partija.srbije at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 15:23:53 CEST 2012

In my opinion the best way is to keep consistent public and media life,
and _never_ make any compromise on basic human rights and freedom of
There are numerous examples already around. All non-consistent
initiatives are shot-lived. Look at the "weak" pirate movement itself -
no filthy lobby groups and rich companies behind our back, but we are
still kicking ass.

Also, it is legitimate to ask members to enjoy and practice basic human
rights as a "filter" if you (or a group) feels that is needed to react,
"clean" the scene.
Hence the conclusion that constant enjoying and ensuring basic human
rights is something you just do - daily.

Do not compromise, step out of the system:D

best regards

On 10/10/2012 02:56 PM, eduardo at partidopirata.com.ar wrote:
> Well in Argentina we don´t allow members of the argentina´s dictatorship
> like Jorge Zorreguieta the father of Maxima the dutch´s princess.
> He was minister of agriculture during the Argentian dictature.
> And people involved in human rights violations
> But, I think that all pirates parties are involved in the defense of human
> rights.
> Best regards.
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I prefer to have options, rather than plans.
Aleksandar Blagojevic aka blaeks <http://blaeks.wordpress.com/>
Pirate party of Serbia
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