Tag: eu

Interview with Crypto Cannabis Enterpreneur Maik Pietrowski

Daniel Szewc | @szewc_daniel

Maik Pietrowski is a Polish entrepreneur, libertarian activist, and cannabis producer in Switzerland. He’s the co-founder of MSL Industries and Cannerald. A major player in the market, he’s also chosen to use the blockchain as a means of funding the project further. 71 Republic’s Daniel Szewc interviewed Pietrowski about his project and how it may affect the future of the cannabis industry in Europe.

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Confederation Coalition: A Polish Right Wing Gamble?

Daniel Szewc | @szewc_daniel

Sławomir Mentzen, the vice-president of the new Confederation (Konfederacja) in Poland, has a bad reputation. He has directly stated that he doesn’t want Jews, homosexuals, abortion, taxes, or the European Union. Many may ask: what type of totalitarian is he? Who else would base their political program on such things? However, nobody would believe that the party is mostly filled with radical… libertarians!

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Hizb ut-Tahrir, Radical Islamic Group, Applauded in Denmark

Romy Haber | @romyjournalist

Hizb ut-Tahrir, a radical Islamic group seeking to establish a global caliphate, recently demonstrated in front of the Danish Parliament to pay respects to the Christchurch, New Zealand shooting victims. But this group has deeper motives: conquering the world, spreading Islam, and defeating all who stand in the way.

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Article 13: Europe’s Attempt To Ruin The Internet

Joseph Perkins | @counter_econ

Government regulation usually ruins everything it touches, and the internet is no exception. Whether it is the outdated anti-hacking laws in the United States such as the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act or the woefully misguided anti-human trafficking laws that are SESTA/FOSTA, governments have repeatedly failed to regulate the internet without unintended consequences. The latest instance of this is the EU Copyright Directive and within it, Article 13.

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A 400 Year Old Precedent Just Ruined Brexit

Ivan Misiura | United States

Britain’s fight for independence from their European partnership has seen many different twists and turns since its initial consensus in 2016.  Before the nation can properly disassociate from the E.U., it must sort out how it will survive.  Britain shares many of the same laws and regulations as the E.U. which help the nation run. The massive undertaking of leaving a multi-state agreement calls for a stroke of originality and independence on the part of Britain to make it on its own. They must decide what to burn and what to keep.

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