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Pirate Party future

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by Soltantgris » 14 May 2015 11:16

Hey guy, when are the next elections - and do you think that this party have a shot at it ?

And would'nt be a good target to try to get them on board - AUR and PP helping each other in some way.
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by Bimmerhead » 14 May 2015 12:02

Are they free-market supporters?
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by Soltantgris » 14 May 2015 13:00

Don't know for sure, but according to this Wiki article (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_Party) they share many ideas with libertarians and a lot of freedom activists too, so i guess they probably support financial freedom (free market), but it's just a guess.

I do love most of their views.

Cryptos fit perfectly with PP i would say.
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by Skarfurinn » 17 May 2015 21:04

Not sure. They seem popular now but we have about 2 years for the other parties to get voters back with false promises.
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by Soltantgris » 17 May 2015 23:58

Well we know this song pretty well here in Quebec. They bring good points to the table - including bitcoin support. Pirate Party ''international'' should try the same thing then we want for AUR - use the ''closed and remote'' caracter of iceland to get the first Pirate Party leading a country - seeting the tone for others country.

But that being said - i don't know much this party, so it may smokes and mirors too - as often it is in politic.

I would like a one on one discussion with their leader.
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by odin » 25 May 2015 17:36

Could the pirate party migrate to the auroracoin block chain?

Here's an example out of australia: http://nvbloc.org
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by preet123 » 02 Jun 2015 09:53

Hello Friends.............


1.One who commits or practices piracy at sea.
2. One who makes use of or reproduces the work of another without authorization.
3. One who illegally intercepts or uses radio or television signals, especially one who operates an illegal television or radio station. ;)

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by Skarfurinn » 02 Jun 2015 11:37

preet123 wrote:Hello Friends.............


1.One who commits or practices piracy at sea.
2. One who makes use of or reproduces the work of another without authorization.
3. One who illegally intercepts or uses radio or television signals, especially one who operates an illegal television or radio station. ;)

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Hi there!

This might be an indication that Icelandic people have just gotten used to being robbed by the government. A touch of Stockholm syndrome. :D

But all jokes aside. The Pirate Party is getting even more popular here. Latest poles show 32.7% following.
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by Skarfurinn » 02 Jun 2015 11:48

odin wrote:Could the pirate party migrate to the auroracoin block chain?

Here's an example out of australia: http://nvbloc.org


This is a very! interesting project.
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