Visions of a Freeman -
Thursday, December 12 of 2013
Legal extortion to protect an illegal industry in Germany.
The BBC shows a grim picture of the German Judicial System and Laws.
Take a look at the news:
RedTube is a Porn web site that offers free Porn. I have not used it but it is part of the "Tube" network of porn sites that are hard to avoid for any frequent curious user of the internet due to their very extensive publicity on Google, where they have a powerful presence.
I typed RedTube on Google and I got 40,200,000 results.
That is, I repeat: FORTY MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND publicities to RedTube on Google.
Then there is the Tube web sites themselves.
If the user illegally connects using IP jumps called Proxies to download the material (like it happens in China a few times) then the person is guilty because it took extraordinary measures to obtain illegal material.
But if the person saw publicity in a public web site such as Google and proceeded to visit the pornographic site that is openly available to the general public including children... Then guilty is the state, which is the same to say: The country, in this case Germany.
In Venezuela the provider is the responsible, to such an extent that the Internet Provider is also responsible. Looks like in Germany it's the poor user the responsible for using services that are openly marketed over the internet with governmental approval. In other words the state is deliberately setting a trap to it's own citizens and extorting them.
Of course, I do not know if that is the complete story about it since as you saw the BBC News did not even get permission from the parts involved to even publish that... Something that is typical of the very bad news rape journalism culture of the BBC. So it is possible that the whole story is a fake and that the German Government does not deliberately booby trap it's own citizens to later punish them and extort money out of them.
If publicity for Red Tube is wide out in the open and it is very legal then the users of that thing that is very legally marketed cannot be sued by the same justice system that granted legality to the publicity of the illegal site... That would be like if the German Justice System allows to put publicity all over the streets that say: Buy cocaine at Weed House at Center Mall... All over the freaking streets and then wants to take legal actions against everyone that bought cocaine as they leave the store WITHOUT closing the store... That is simply spectacularly WRONG and unjust.
So what happens if a child is told in school about this PORN WEB SITE EASY FOR KIDS... And the child creeps at night without the parent knowing and looks at the web site? Or lets make it even worse, what happens if the kid unplugs the internet from the computer with an adult content blocked connection from the firewall at the building and plugs in a Wifi connection to watch porn with his neighbor's connection? So who is found guilty, the neighbor?
Cellular phones do not have adult content locks... The kid could have asked his mother for the cellular phone to make a call before she went to sleep or taken it from the table and visited the porn web site... Going to blame the parents for having a cellular phone and a naughty kid?
A country cannot allow crimes to be committed openly in order to catch criminals, if the web site is illegal you can't take legal actions against the final user and allow all the publicity and the web site itself to be openly legal and available even to small children to then extort and take money from the unsuspecting victim that has no idea and was never informed that the legalized publicity by the German Legal System led to an illegal site with the avail and approval of the same German Justice System only to punish everyone that uses it to make millions of dollars by NOT DOING IT'S JOB and punishing the people, not the Pornographic Industry.
I really hope that is not the case... I hope the BBC is lying, again, as it has happened before.
Anyway I want to make something clear, that is not the case of anything that is viewed in Venezuela, if a user sees RedTube content in Venezuela under the sovereignty of Venezuela and the laws of Venezuela he cannot be processed in Germany because in Venezuela the responsible is the Internet Provider and the Web Site, not the person and it clearly says so in the Constitution.
That means that in Venezuela Google and RedTube assume all the responsibility of the content that they showed, as well as Cantv or any other Internet Content Provider.
That means that in Venezuela before any person is taken to justice for using a public web site the content provider is held accountable. That means RedTube is hold accountable and takes full responsibility of every porn video and that is clearly NOT what the BBC is saying that the German Legal System does. According to the BBC (and I hope It is wrong) in Germany RedTube or the intense and immense marketing of RedTube or the Internet Providers are not help accountable, being it the exact opposite of how the legal system works in Venezuela where it is the provider that is responsible, as you just saw.
Besides blaming the little user and leaving the massive Porn Industry alone is simply against the very nature of the Venezuelan Constitution that is made to protect the weak against the abuses of the strong... Not protect the strong and punish only the weak that use their services publicly marketed in the public space with the approval of the legal system...
I do not understand that: "Hit the little guy and let the big criminals loose" way of thinking and it is certainly not the way expressed in the Venezuelan Constitution.
I hope the BBC is lying or just abusing the German people without their permission.
Anyway I can view RedTube videos right now in Venezuela and look at the videos and so can any child as well, if I look at them and then go to Germany I cannot be held accountable for seeing pirated material because I saw it at Venezuela, not in Germany and even if Venezuela did sign a Copyright agreement worldwide it did so under a constitutional mandate that says that no agreement Venezuela does can pass over it's Constitution.
So we cannot sign an agreement that revokes the Venezuelan Constitution.
The Venezuelan Constitution says that RedTube is responsible, in Venezuela. The Germans might not like it, or the BBC for holding accountable the Pornographic Industry and not the user... But they have to respect the law that cannot be overridden by no Copyright agreement signed by Venezuela.
That means that any German that sees openly marketed RedTube in Venezuela is not responsible for viewing it, Cantv, RedTube and Google Marketing is responsible for everything they do, like providing free porn to children for example. Sorry German but that is what the Constitution says and it also says that no copyright agreement can override that.
It looks like the German System does not hold RedTube accountable for ANYTHING and openly allows it to operate and be marketed while punishing the poor users instead... That is not what our Constitution says. So Germans can watch Red Tube here as long as the Venezuelan Judicial System does not determine it is responsible for streaming pirated material and Germany has to respect our self determination that overrides any International Copyright treaty signed by Venezuela.
I do not understand that about extorting the user and not the responsible for the crime... BBC says really creepy things.
Anyway not all countries have the same laws.
For example you can watch a German mother making love with her son with grand mother assisting in a very heated German orgy or a whole lot of German incest on RedTube I suppose, let me see...
Typed: "Redtube German Incest" in Google:
Oh my... They have a lot of family love in Germany don't they?
I am so sure many Germans are extremely angry about that but... What can they do when RedTube is left to do all the pirating it wants and shame the Germans in such a horrible way while they punish and extort the German people instead?
Guess it's better to just leave RedTube alone to clean the floor with the German people as a mop and horribly shame them while RedTube laughs at the Germans... But that is clearly NOT the Venezuelan way so we can see German family love videos that Germans like so much to allow in their country that they don't even dare to blame RedTube or even touch it. Or so it seems... and I really hope I am wrong.
No legal copyright agreement can change the fact that in Venezuela the Constitution holds the Porn provider responsible, not the user and we cannot renounce that because Venezuelans are all members of the right of self-determination expressed at the Article 1 of the Constitution. There is no agreement we can sign to remove that self determination or the immunity of our Constitutional Rights.
Talking about laws... It is legal to make Porn in Germany. So Germany can sue the Germans for using Pirated copies legal Pornography as you just saw... The problem is that they cannot do that in Venezuela because there is no such thing as a legally produced pirated copy of Pornography in Venezuela. :O Surprise, surprise, naughty Germans and Europeans.
Pornography. Whoever exploits the industry or the commerce of pornography to reproduce the obscene or the impudence with the purpose of distributing it to the general public, will be punished with a sentence of two to six years in prison.
Legally speaking, in Venezuela, Germany is punishing the Germans while protecting the rights of criminals that should be in jail anywhere from two to six years... :S
How can they fight for the legal rights of the Porn Industry or even take legal actions against a person for violating the legal rights of the Porn industry that is CLEARLY illegal in Venezuela?
BOYCOTT AFP AND EFE and SUE THEM 100 MILLION DOLLARS EACH FOR VIOLATING VENEZUELAN LAWS.
THERE IS NO LICENSE TO RAPE VENEZUELA!
One thing is what we Venezuelan's do in our country and another is what outsiders do against our rights.
There cannot be any legal actions against any Venezuelan that did something over Venezuelan soil that can be condemned by the German court in order to protect the rights of a Porn Industry that is clearly illegal in Venezuela, specially if it is the fact of ignoring free porn providers over the internet while punishing the poor users instead.
Take a look:
There is NO WAY we can have a situation where Venezuelan's are punished and RedTube is left to operate freely in Venezuela. It is illegal in Venezuela to blame the user for that, just like it is illegal to produce Porn as well. So Germans can stop trying to protect the rights of criminals in Venezuela as well, and not even try to punish ANY Venezuelans on the grounds of protecting an illegal industry.
Again, I repeat... I hope the BBC lied or did a terrible ethical error that hurt the Germans, apart from not even caring what the official parts said. I make it official that I do not know how the German System works exactly but I am commenting just what the BBC has shown as it is what very many see as well, about the image of Germany.
It is wrong to expose what people do in their private time and I do not do so because TRIBalance has a dignity space (private space) which should be protected as long as nothing illegal was done. In that sense I tend to DENY and reject anything that is said about Me while I am at Legal private time and I encourage everyone to do the same, specially female celebrities, even if it is true. Simply say: I deny everything about Me at my legal private time.
Lately there has been a lot of rape to that private space of people by snooping and greedy corporations and governments. This case only makes the problem a lot worse and increases the paranoia. If they had any honesty left, they would simply ban RedTube and save the German people persecution, fear and anguish.
Anyway I am so happy we can show the Germans how civilized Venezuela is, I guess it's simply a very different kind of "Family Love"...
We will NOT take it kindly that any country wants to continue to trample over our Constitution and our rights.
Added Monday, December 23, 2013.
It is fair to add more about the case: