Kopimism


Kopimism is a religion, of free information and of Swedish origin that emerged from the internet and networks. They seek freedom of expression, they carry out an exchange of information, something that seems to them to be the best and most beautiful thing that exists. They may copy and share someone’s information that they thought was good and in this way they show affection and admiration.

The name of the religion originates from the word “kopimi”, which comes from the English “copy me” which means “copy it” in Spanish, this was used as protection against the owners of copyrights who denounced them for theft. Isak Gerson was the founder at the age of 19 of the Church of Kopiameism, later the church was named as a religion in Sweden. They were also able to realize at that time that it was a missionary religion, for this reason they suggested changing its doctrine so that it can have more expansion worldwide.

Kopimism differs from the Pastafarian religion, which would also be a religion that comes out of the Internet, but which has not been as renowned and actively practiced as Kopimism.

The religion has an emblem to recognize all its disciples. Any web page that has the emblem of Kopimism is an affiliate that can copy and duplicate your information.

The whole body, founders or companies denounce them of fraud. But the Kopinists demand All knowledge for all, one of the phrases that make known about the ideology of Kopimism. The recording, transcription and circulation of testimonies are sacred. Among other of his phrases you can also see the following.

The Church of Kopimism believes that the CTRL+C and CTRL+V keys are sacred signs, it was certified by government authorities, its religious followers hope that this will calm down or at least calm down the stains that surround the change of files through the peer-to-peer system (p2p), which is a computer system where its entire composition can function without users or fixed stable orders. The P2P system finally authorizes immediate exchange of information, in any configuration, between the connected organizers.