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The Pirate Party has outlined a manifesto … in Lego and on video. The philosophy, expressed in the video below, comes from Stuart Biggs, a Pirate Party candidate in the forthcoming elections in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), a region roughly analogous to the USA's District of Columbia inasmuch as it houses the nation' …

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  2. RAjohnboy

    Created BY the-riotact.com rather than for

    But thanks for the shoutour regardless.

    If anyone wants to see the full series they're here:

    http://the-riotact.com/tag/lego-challenge

    Cheers,

    John

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Yes it is worth dismissing

    Can't come up with 100 members but they are going to change the world. Right.

    1. Def Silver badge
      Joke

      Re: Yes it is worth dismissing

      Oh, I dunno. Microsoft still think they're going to change the world after selling 63 WP7 handsets.

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    3. RAjohnboy

      Re: Yes it is worth dismissing

      But have you got any thoughts about their ideas, or how they're expressed, or the use of lego to visualise it as part of a series of candidates of all stripes put under the same constraints?

    4. Pirate Biggles
      Pirate

      Re: Yes it is worth dismissing

      We actually came up with 112 members very rapidly (70 joined in the week before the cutoff), but 16 had not updated their enrolment details with the Electoral Commission in time for the cutoff date.

      As it turns out, with 1 candidate per electorate, we would be placed into the 'ungrouped' category on the ballot regardless of party registration status.

      Big things usually have to start small.

      'Be the change you want to see in the world' and all that.

      Stuart Biggs

      Pirate Party ACT

      http://actpirates.org.au

      1. David Pollard
        Pint

        Re: Yes it is worth it

        Pint for Pirate Biggles.

  4. Captain TickTock
    Pirate

    ACT Pirate Party...

    Scourge of the ACT Navy!

    Arrr!

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    I wonder if the UK Pirate Party will follow suit with lego when their new one is officially published.

  6. Graham Marsden
    Coat

    Playmobil or...

    ... erm, never mind, nothing to see here, move along!

  7. Anonymous Coward
    Alert

    Ahhh, the ACT...

    ...famous for two things:

    1. The seat of the Aus federal government.

    2. The only place in Aus where hardcore porn is legal.

    Coincidence? You decide.

    1. Best Before:
      Black Helicopters

      Re: Ahhh, the ACT...

      as well as:

      "The Australian Capital Territory introduced a civil penalty system for the possession of ‘small amounts’ of cannabis in 1993. If someone is caught with up to two non-hydroponic cannabis plants, or up to 25 grams of marijuana (cannabis plant material), they receive a $100 fine with 60 days to expiate (pay the fine) instead of a criminal charge. Instead of paying the fine, the person may choose to attend a drug assessment and treatment program."

      Ahhh yes the seat of Australian government

  8. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    All three members created the manifesto...

    Laughable.

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