Cypherpunk Politics

rysiek rysiek at
Tue Jan 20 08:33:18 PST 2015

Dnia wtorek, 20 stycznia 2015 03:56:02 grarpamp pisze:
> On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 3:33 PM, rysiek <rysiek at> wrote:
> > Dnia niedziela, 18 stycznia 2015 02:36:09 grarpamp pisze:
> >> What of political license / subscription to theory, and actual
> >> politiking like Pirate Party?
> > 
> > Politics breeds compromise, usually. THat's the problem. there are very
> > few
> > people that are able to stay in politics yet not compromise and keep their
> > integrity.
> Yes. However it would at the same time be effectively true to say
> that there are no electeds anywhere holding some cypherpunk knowledge
> and politik as part of their internal thought base, therefore no chance
> to espouse and inject that even if under compromise.
> ie: look how many elected truly 'get' computers or the internet.
> Or court in DPR case that has to struggle with basic stuff.

have a look at Julia Reda in the European Parliament; Pirate Party (not a huge 
fan of the Pirates, but still, closest to Cypherpunks as you can get right 
now). Before there was Amelia Andersdotter.

Sometimes all you need is to look around a bit.

Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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