Not really surprising considering the fact that some friends of these pirates do not particularly like intellectuals
Take the case of Hans Magnus Enzensberger, an award-winning 82-year-old essayist, poet and author, who has been at the forefront of many German political movements in recent decades.
“Political? No, politically there’s nothing there,” he “growled over the telephone,” in his interview with Der Spiegel. “And certainly nothing revolutionary. It’s actually surprisingly bourgeois. Like our grandparents, who were happy when they could get something for free.”