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MamaLiberty

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This should be very interesting to watch.

Iceland: Political party of anarchists, libertarians, hackers, and computer geeks to take power
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/iceland-pirate-party-win-elections/
October 26, 2016

The Free Thought Project   

"In a country continuing to shirk the ordinary, Iceland's Pirate Party -- an amalgamation of anarchists, libertarians, and hackers, who want to ban digital surveillance -- is predicted to win the country's national elections this Saturday. This collection of free-thinkers have upturned the traditional Western political paradigm and hopes to use online public polls to shape governmental policy and end all Internet spying. Although the Pirate Party formed just four years ago, its popularity has skyrocketed -- most likely for unconventional tactics aligning loosely with libertarianism -- the promotion of privacy rights and personal freedoms, and simultaneous shrinking of Big Government." (10/25/16)
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/iceland-pirate-party-win-elections/
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Very interesting indeed. I will be watching this develop.  :popcorn:
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Klapton Isgod

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Very interesting indeed. I will be watching this develop.  :popcorn:

Me too.  We will have to watch "alternative" news sources though, because I am sure this will be ignored by American mainstream media just like them jailing their crooked bankers and NOT bailing out their banks back in 2008 was ignored too.

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