Political evangelist Rick Falkvinge, the original founder of the Pirate Party movement, wrote about the international Stop ACTA day.
I participated in Berlin. I bumped into old friends and new ones:
Starting point @ Universal Music @ Oberbaumbrücke.
Peter Sunde, well-known felon from The Pirate Bay, and exiled publisher Karl Andersson, who also posted a couple of photos.
Unknown young woman displaying the German Constitution, love her!
Danish activist, film-maker and more, Henrik Moltke.
From left Linus Olsson, CEO of Flattr.com. Behind him film-maker and activist Alan Toner. In the middle, convicted Pirate Bay felon Peter Sunde. Bak of neck of Jan Gerber of the former Pirate Cinema Berlin.
Strausberger Platz, flag from Piraten, but it was huge and wouldn't display itself often.
This is what it's all about.
Well, yes, even the policemen are much sexier than in Sweden and look like they just came from some gayish Berlin club.
I totally agree! This is @ Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.
Don't forget my new book, A Brief History of Swedish Sex, about Assange and Sweden, that makes foreigners stunned. Yes, I have had many such reactions. They are flabbergasted since they could never imagine that Sweden had developed into this sexually repressive and extremist country. The anti-thesis of Berlin. It is a strong text! It received a lengthy, enormous really, review and analysis from serious Danish daily newspaper Information.dk today.
[PS. Man har deltagit i några demos för de rätta sakerna i Berlin. Idag var det alltså dags för Stop ACTA, precis som HAX rekommenderade. Och Christian Engström. Om ACTA har jag förstås skrivit tidigare. Det är emot lobbyister som denna man vänder sig, sådana som vill kunna stänga av folk från nätet om de använder det fel enligt hans uppfattning]