Patrick Breyer, a staunch defender of digital rights, laments the Pirate Party’s exit from the EU Parliament as a blow to online privacy.

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    1 month ago

    there is good hint of xenophobia in your comment
    you probably need to meet some people foreign of your country and learn they are humans just like you

    It will also allow us to sped less money supporting people here, and do much more for them in their own home countries.

    tax rich people/companies
    these are taking your money away for a good cause for everyone

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      1 month ago

      That is fair, I can see how my comment might seem xenophobic to people who don’t know the real me.

      I absolutely believe that the rich pay too little tax, it is a global problem, that has a veey simple solution, but extremely difficult execution.

      Taxing the rich isn’t the be all end all solution, integration is, I am a Swede, and we have absolutely failed with integrating migrants. We see that with migrant gangs in Sweden.

      I could write more, but this is not the forum for that discussion.

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      1 month ago

      Talking like this is exactly why the right is on the rise. As soon as anyone mentions that “hey maybe unlimited migration isn’t working” they’re immediately labeled as racist and xenophobic.

      This alienates a lot of people in the middle that like leftist ideas but don’t buy the immigration policies.