You must be rather thick. The US has no legitimate right
to control the Internet. End of story. Full stop. Anything else is ranting. There
is equally no suggestion that the UN should administer it. The UN is totally undemocratic
and handing out the Internet to an undemocratic organisation is going to make things
Re the French, you are the one without fact. I have already told you and
this is a fact that the French cannot impose their laws onto other countries. All
they are doing is apply their laws within their jurisdiction, just like any other
country. I cannot understand why you are singling them out. You have the right to
walk in the street with a gun, now, I find that offensive that it happens in a modern
society. However, it is the American people's right to do whatever they like within
their own soil.
You are talking about the money your country is using on the Internet.
That's because you are the biggest user. It's a user-pays system. But I have told
you this is fading away. The user-pays side of the Internet has nothing to do with
ownership. And if you want to get down and dirty on that one, tell me where your
country got its wealth from. Would it be by raping the natural resources of third
world countries by any chance? If you like the big picture, get the whole picture.
what you say in your previous post, you have no idea what the Internet is. It's not
something that you fit into a building and point to with an inflated chest saying
"this is mine".
Don't talk about my ignorance, look at yours. The infrastructure
of the Internet is mostly handled by private ventures. A lot of these ventures benefit
from investments from non-US source. Don't tell me that you've gone around every
corporation and worked out what proportion of their capital was US-based.
Internet is magic because it brings dickheads like you into the open. With every
single post you make a fool of yourself. You've talked about everything, including
the French Vichy governerment, to avoid the core issues:
1) ICANN is unrepresentative
ICANN is undemocratic
3) The USA has no right to steel the control of the Internet.
They must submit their so-called control to proper democratic processes.
forget that in theory, America is a great democracy. In reality, it is, hmmmm, a
little flaky in that department. It's the 7/11 of democracy, the convenience democracy.
"Everyone is equal but we are little more equal than the others" should be your motto.