[At-Large] Is ICANN's oversight really moving away from the US government?

Ron Baione ron.baione at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 9 21:23:52 UTC 2016

Tranferring the internet from the U.S. oligarchy to the merited, hardworking, intelligent internet industry elite would be an act of acceptance by the internet industry of the unchangeableness of the puppet fraud the United States government has become since 1976.  ICANN, and all governments and businesses that believe in democracy, would do more good for the world if they declared that it would not deal officially with the U.S. Government until super-pacs and super-delegates were made illegal, force the United States Government with your business and government leverage to be what it says it is, a democracy.  

Continuing to accept the United States government's bad example, itself openly operating unabashedly as a pretend democracy, is perpetuating a political climate on earth which promotes fraud, selling out, corruption, dictatorship, crime and phonyism to every corner of the planet on a daily basis.  The billionaires, super-pacs and super delegates do not care what example they set, it's human nature for some people to cash in their dignity and with it the freedom of their nation, they are addicted to power and greed, look at the State of Maine's superdelegates not following the will of their voters, the height of dishonorable arrogance.  Doing business and signing deals with a pretend democracy gives the 'pretend democracy philosophy' credibility.  Would anyone do business with Bernie Madoff again?  No, so why deal with the fraud of pretend democracy?

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