[pp.int.general] Invitation PPI online General Assembly on 29.03.2015
Gregory.Engels at piratenpartei-hessen.de
Sun Feb 22 02:12:49 CET 2015
Andrew, you are so totally right in everything, congratulation on your convincing PP-UK to leave PPI. Off for a new fresh start all to your liking!
Please stop obstructing people who are actually caring about an organization that you no longer part of. And stop repeating all over again LIES that are not backing up by reality, case some people are actually believe you.
The GA's have significantly improved from year to year, something that you completely failing to admit, because it never has fit your mental picture of "they are doing it wrong, I have done it very different and much better".
Go play somewhere else, as you promised. Please.
Sent on the road from a tablet device. (Please excuse the spelling and briefness)
On 21.02.2015, at 23:06, Andrew Norton <ktetch at gmail.com> wrote:
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> On 2/21/2015 4:15 PM, Thomas Gaul wrote:
>> Hi Lisa!
>> Am 21.02.2015 um 21:34 schrieb Lisa:
>>> I think PPAU tried to do that, but you kind of shat them in the face.
>> I believe you to be a well educated and well informed pirate. I am very
>> sure your language slipped by mistake.
> I don't think so. I think Lisa said what EVERYONE else is thinking.
>> Else: for "useful" information I would suggest to everyone just
>> re-listen to the previous meeting of the board of PPI. Everyone might
>> get an first hand impression so to say and will not be talking on
>> information given by hearsay.
> We aren't. We're going by what YOU say and what YOU do.
>>> Nice try on retaking the narrative though.
>> To put it plain clear – if I would not have been accused of "being
>> acting on behalf PP-DE as a member of PPI board" and therefore abstain
>> from each vote for not conflicting with any interest whats'o'ever – I
>> would have voted yes for the PP-AU proposal.
> The accusation was by the PP-DE board, who I presume was attempting to
> come in heavy at YOUR suggestion. To quote you on twitter (in between
> trying to cast aspersions on me via the official PPI twitter account -
> https://twitter.com/ppinternational/status/566306135456882689) "Statutes
> are to be followed. That's why they are given."
> Statues say "The members of the Board shall consider the interests of
> the Pirate movement as a whole and shall neither consider themselves,
> nor be considered, as representing any particular Member or non-member
> Organization or region." (XII(1))
> Oops. Someone doesn't like to follow the statutes. Quelle Suprise! Die
> Regeln sind für kleine Leute. Ora che è quello che io chiamo corrotto!
> Neu os ydych wedi bod yn gorwedd ar eich plaid Ac Maen nhw wedi bod
> yn-représentée. (Qui is niet goed voor 'em, is het?) Oavsett, det är
> inte bra heller sätt är det?
>> And if going even further back in time you will see that I am among
>> those pushing for an online GA (even in 2014).
> No, you're pushing for an online version of the same mess we always get.
> And I do mean MESS. sticking mumble on top of an already piss-poor
> structure, especially with the problems of accents, poor english
> understanding, and unaccountability that have PLAGUED PPI over the past
> 3-4 years means that this is actually going to be WORSE.
> There was a reason I wrote the online GA to be the way it is. It's too
> easy otherwise to do a confused vote (see Catalan membership), to be
> given last-minute votes (see the membership fee votes) and for results
> to be 'lost' for weeks and months, until 'no-one complained at the time'
> when they're made public (Kazan's elections) not to mention the infamous
> 'vote on how to hold a vote on how to hold an election vote' we had one
> What I'm trying to say is that the pre-existing GA structure, and
> process is not fit for purpose, not in person, and certainly not over
> mumble. Just look at ARticle2 of the GA RoP - The Board decides who
> chairs it, who then decides who gets to speak, how long, on what, and
> what gets voted on. Did it come from "Banana Republics for dummies"?
>> And in my believe PPI still has to move on and fulfill its task. Though
>> take backs are on the way.
> Take back what? Take back the little good-will PPI had? In case you
> somehow missed it in your ego-stroking, people are LEAVING PPI.
> You're not taking anything back, you're just being left with the rotten
> shell you've constructed. PPI is dead, and had been for a year or more.
> You killed it.
> Your greed ("membership fees", got to have them, despite doing nothing
> for anyone), and sheer bureaucratic ineptitude have flushed it down the
> Everyone knows why you had to suddenly have some re-votes. You saw the
> proposals from Australia. They're good proposals, with a strong chance
> of passing in a GA that's run with time for consideration, and where you
> can't control the votes, or bury the results until you can say 'well
> it's too late, no-one contested it at the time' (seriously, a
> significant number of CoA rulings say that, and the reason is that
> no-one knows what the hell's going on at the time). It'll kill the
> ability to consider yourself 'an influencer', and go 'network' with
> other NGO's, and perhaps parley it into a job, or some media coverage.
> You don't care about the issues, or the movement as a whole - if you
> had, we'd not have seen the kind of pencil-pushing paper-warrior games
> from the PPI board. And THAT is why so many parties are quitting. Anyone
> else want to bet that Australia won't be the only party to have quit PPI
> by the end of March?
> By the way, in case you forgot, the "task" of PPI was to support the
> national parties, and assist in international cooperation and
> communication. Nothing else. the whole 'NGO representing Pirates to the
> world', that happened when the bureaucrats took over, because how else
> are they going to earn a wikipedia page for themselves?
> So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish, Prosthetnic.
> - --
> Andrew Norton
> Tel: +1(352)6-KTETCH [+1-352-658-3824]
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