Germany’s Pirates Party is illegal

Now it is finally official: The German political party “The Pirates” is also an illegal party. During their national party convention at Neumünster (north of Hamburg) on April 28, 2012, the delegates voted with 1399 Yeas against only one Nay that public scholarly statements should remain outlawed in Germany, if the Powers That Be don’t like them (see at YouTube, the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, and once more You Tube). by so doing, this party is in violation of Germany’s Basic Law (its surrogate constitution), of the European Human Rights Convention, and of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, together with all the other mainstream political parties in Germany (CDU, CSU, SPD, FDP, Die Grünen, and Die Linken).

Oh, I forgot that the U.N. Human Rights Commission has also voted that public scholarly statements can be outlawed, if the “democratic” world opinion thinks that this would unduly criticize self-chosen persons. See about this Fredrick Töben’s contribution here.

Which proves merely that the “United Nations” – an assembly of representatives of governments which in their broad majority have to be characterized as systems of injustice – are themselves violating human rights. After all, we humans do not need an assembly of despots to grant us our human rights.

We have them by nature.