posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 09:06 AM
Originally posted by Hellmutt
Sweden's pro-file sharing Pirate Party won a seat in the EU Parliament.
Pirate Party won seat in EU Parliament
With final results from 98% of the election districts it stands more than clear that the Pirate Party has won a seat in the EU Parliament.
With 7.1% of the votes the Pirate Party gains their first parliamentary seat. Internet politics has now entered the European arena.Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
Swedish Pirate Party headed for Brussels
Sweden's pro-file sharing Pirate Party is on its way to Brussels having secured more than 7 percent of the country's votes in the European
Parliament elections, according to early exit polls.Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
But it's not just only about file sharing!
They had three more important topics on their aganda
-They fight for the 'Citizens' Rights', 'Net Integrity', and the 'Freedom of the Internet'
-They want us to be seen on the NET as citizens while in the draconian 'EU Telecom Package', the Corporations want you to be seen on the NET as a
-Fighting against two laws (FRA + IPRED) regarding surveillance systems 'tapping' the citizens in all electronic communications mediums.
-Say No to the Lisbon Treaty in its current form, they want to write a new treaty without draconian laws written into it, controlling the EU
They are fighting the NWO's control apparatus and draconian laws making corporations the ones who are in control of the Internet.
For example: with the 'Telecom package' you could in theory give the corporations power to cut the Internet access for the citizens and their
blog's without a court order!
(fascist style - Silvio Berlusconi's evil media empire)
So in reality the media corporation could chose for you which sites in a package provided by them, you then PAY FOR to access!
Well! my wild guess is that ATS would not be in one of those heavy censored (by the Media Corporations) packages (subscripitions) to chose from!
So if you care about the freedom of the internet - you vote PIRATE! ARR!
Yeah! I voted for them yesterday!