[At-Large] [discuss] cgi.br release regarding Brazil Global MSM on Internet Governance
jefsey at jefsey.com
Mon Jan 13 12:14:03 UTC 2014
At 12:02 13/01/2014, Christian de Larrinaga wrote:
>So why are so many people spending so much money and time on ICANN?
No one is actually spending time on ICANN.
ICANN is making us waste time for 15 years for only one single thing:
they want to be a monopolistic blahblahblah-tax collector in a
subsidiary world. For that they objectively network with tax-evaders
to support them IRT the other tax collectors. The problem they face
is that - as you documents it - ICANN is of absolute no use to tax
payers, but of some use to tax evaders, due to minor errors by tax
evader sponsored standardizers and to fellow RIRs if IPv6 is
maintained in its "a la" IPv4 chaos and LISP is not deployed.
Up to now these errors were considered as mistakes that could hamper
the internet instead of making it work better. Now they are
considered as paradigmatic advantages for the internet to sell better
(the RFC 6852 "huge bounty" tax evaders cooperation being coordinated
by ICANN as being the sole unique internet body with a banking account).
Sao Paulo was initially discussed as a tax evader sponsored techies
and tax collectors meeting. ICANN has managed for it to actually be
between them as the world's blahblahblah-tax collector and other tax
In both cases tax payers are kept out of the loop. They are now to
decide if, in a tax payer centered society they bother so much about
tax evaders and blahblahblah-tax collectors, and wants to stay bogged
down in their unique governance (the Internet BUG to be fixed or not?).
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