The Polish government stubbornly insists on ACTA. The Prime Minister has already tasted strong words during the football war, smart drugs war, etc., and he wants to play in a similar style in the case of ACTA.
Each day brings a new embarrassment. Today you can see a list composed of dozens of social organisations that were consulted on the agreement. They all represent artists and protect their rights. It is more or less as if while changing the conditions of animal slaughter you asked for opinion butchers but not animals…
Meantime, it could and still can be different. After all, ACTA gives possibility of a more radical execution of law but does not force to do so. I applies not only to the Internet but to all counterfeits – pants, trousers, sneakers, watches, etc. But no one speak about it with the Poles.
The government is stubborn. So are the people. As a rule, in such a confrontation both parties lose, but only one pays the political price.Author : Marek Siwiec MEP