Reminder that the TPP will be signed on Feb 4th in NZ.
>not fearing the enslavement of mankind by the 1%
>giving up the fight for your basic freedoms
You can't stop it.
You're in denial, accept the facts.
>Its good for the economy.
Its not, it will make it worse.
>That's more important than piracy desu.
i don't wanna burst your bubble,
but tpp requires isp's to block vpn traffic
Atleast i will finally be able to use the line
>"Dey turk our Jowbs!"
Cant fucking wait, gonna be doing a lot of it in fact because im sure as fuck not going to be working.
Let them sign it. The internet is going to shit and the faster they destroy it the sooner a phoenix will rise from the ashes. It's been a fun ride but we are due for the next evolution of the internet, all we need is enough pissed off people to undermine the current system.
>but tpp requires isp's to block vpn traffic
Bullshit. VPNs are used by MANY companies and individuals for legitimate purposes.
There's no reason why ISPs would be forced to arbitrarily block them.
possibly yes I can tell the cyber punks are gonna be pissed, I guess we gonna make the new internet. fuck this shit, it will be better without gov shits or anything. yeah crime will rise. but tpp is not the only thing for internet, it createsa huge monopoly removes labels old womens medicine rare and fuckin a shitton, get ready this is gonna be a wild fucking ride possibly the end.
man. if only project xanadu succeeded.
then we probably wouldn't be in this mess
>implying there's anything at all wrong with the TPP.
>I am completely unconcerned about a deal our governments are doing in secret with no public participation that introduces large changes to the CRIMINAL law system, not even just civil
You're a fucking dumb cunt huh
Fine by me. We need to be thinking more global now, the fact that we are all still separate countries with our own shitty little agendas is holding us back as a species more than anything.
yes i do.
it is an authoritarian system of government that employs a capitalist economy to restrict the rights of the public.
don't assume that everyone you encounter on the internet is an idiot
So how about we take a fucking vote on if we want any of these sweeping changes like it's not the 14th century
I think i'd fucking remember if i voted for letting big pharma fuck over generic medicines.
Multiple governments in the world are putting into place laws that severely restrict citizens freedoms in favor of allowing big companies to make even more money and you need a fucking source for any of what he said?
We're run by corporations and have been for years, it's only now that the US government is forcing this bullshit down everyones throat that they're just straight up admitted it.
But no, really. Tell me, in your expert opinion, how the TPP which is a free trade agreement (cosmopolitan in nature) at all relates to a ultraconservative, economically-PROTECTIONIST and nationalist ideology. Go on.
Examine the federal government's budget. Look at the largest slices of the pie and their recipients. That's who you're ruled by.
heavy criminal penalties for nebulous definitions of copyright infringement? even in cases where fair use applicable?
banning publications against governments & corporations by whistle blowers?
how isn't it protectionist?
how isn't it nationalist?
how isn't it authoritarian?
Because a leftist college professor is totally not motivated by his ideology right? That and I still see no relation to the TPP in his definition. And that's to be expected since the TPP is the polar opposite of fascism in almost every regard.
hey its better than fucking china, im glad I live hear china fucked itself. but they will stop making our stuff, but hey look on the bright side they dont toloerate trans faggots and not too many fuckheads . more you look at it Asian countries wont tolerate shit they fucking hate everyone. even themselves but they talk too eachother.
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>how isn't it protectionist?
Because it's a free trade agreement spanning multiple countries. Do you even know what economic protectionism is you dumbfuck?
>how isn't it nationalist?
Because there's nothing in the TPP about protection of borders or preservation of nations.
>how isn't it authoritarian?
If you consider enforcement of already existing copyright laws to be authoritarian, then yeah, it's authoritarian.
>Because it's a free trade agreement
No its not, a tiny part of it is.
>Because there's nothing in the TPP about protection of borders or preservation of nations.
Post link to the entire agreement or your lying so people can judge for themselves. Hurry up were waiting...
>If you consider enforcement of already existing copyright laws to be authoritarian, then yeah, it's authoritarian.
If you consider authoritarian to be authoritarian then yeah its authoritarian.