[pp.int.general] liquidfeedback myths? /was Re: LQFB: status quo in Germany // was: liquid feedback papers and/or data?

Cal. peppecal at gmail.com
Sun Apr 27 18:48:57 CEST 2014

On 27 April 2014 18:42, carlo von lynX <lynX at pirate.my.buttharp.org> wrote:
>> Note that you can actually buy stuff from google, so those can just be
>> coupons o discounts.
> Yes, exactly. I was thinking in similar terms. What if Boogle was sending
> out a Pirate droid device to each party member as a thank you if the
> official party politics is in favor of banning peer-to-peer and foster
> cloud computing instead?

Google already hosts nearly 40% of visible internet. Why shoud they
ask something like that?

> In a transparent vote nobody would dare to vote that way, but if such
> a decision is made in secret... whoooaah.. I wouldn't be so sure.

What makes you think so? Unless you can, and even if you do prove the
bribing (and please remember they bribed a majority one people at a
time, not just some superdelegate), what could you do?

How could you delegitimize them?

Can I do the same by saying "Putin bribed/threatened to kill them?"

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