November 16, 2005
Internet Gets Eleventh-Hour "Call from the Governor..."
Recalcitrant blogger checking in with an exciting tidbit for internet denizens:
This is great news; a stay of execution, of sorts. While I am thrilled to hear that the United States will retain "control" over the internet's addressing system - for now - I blanch at the thought that an idea of giving the shit to the United Nations ever even made it on to the table in the first place. What the fuck? Somebody actually thought it might be a worthwhile avenue of exploration, leaving the ultimate control of the internet to nations like Cuba and North Korea and China and Iran, those fucking bastions of intellectual and political freedom? I mean, seriously. Hell, the fact that the United Nations is holding this "Internet Summit" in Tunisia is a statement in itself. Tunisia's, like, the second most internet-censored nation on earth, after China, or something. No, really. Look it up if you don't believe me. Google "tunisia internet". It's chilling.
So, no offense, but if you're reading this from Cuba or North Korea or China or Iran, I'd like you to know that your governments are fucked and I have no desire to have them at the reins of my World Wide Web. If you don't like it, build your own. Or man up and overthrow, my international governmentally and/or ecumenically oppressed-and-bethugged homiez. But...oh, wait. That's right...if you're there, in Cuba or North Korea or China or Iran or, well, Tunisia, then I'm pretty sure you're not up in here, either, thanks to your government's policies on information and the internet! Which leads me back to the original thank you, Jesus moment. It would be idiotic, potentially disastrous, and just downright fucking stupid to put the Internet's addressing system in the hands of the United Nations. Why we were even considering it simply dumbfounds me. Fidel, Jong-Il, telling you what you can and can't read? Wen Jiabao controlling what you buy and sell? Some fucking mullah on your mouse, fatwaing your sorry ass for surfing the nasty?
I get the shivers just thinking about it.
The mere thought that such a clusterfuck organization like the UN would be considering the idea of controling the free flow of information worldwide should cause rational people everywhere to shudder with apprehension that they ever could.
I'd rather have Al Sharpton control Federal Discretionary Spending.
I wouldn't let the UN be in charge of licking my asshole clean after a spastic, drunken, prune-burrito dump. With an Ex-Lax chaser.
Those wet ends would not only fuck up a wet dream, they would make it international law that you couldn't even have wet dreams, and then accept bribes for allowing you to cum in your own shorts, and then sell those shorts to NAMBLA as Cum Roll-ups.
What? I thought Al Sharpton did control Federal Discretionary Spending! Sure as hell looks like it.
Koffing Anus at the helm of the WWW? How precious and internationalist. Next Dem prez and we're probably screwed.
We invented it, we paid for it, so fuck'em.
Here, here, maggot. I'm with you...it belongs to the American taxpayer.
Not the US government.
I vote NO ......keep your damn EU/UN hands off MY PROPERTY.
1. You are incapable of running your own countries...n'est pas, France.
2. You can't even agree on a EU constitution.
3. The Third World .. well, is the Third World, need I say more?
4. It takes the UN months to decide on the wording of a simple statement..albeit a statement that does nothing...just offers an opinion.
5. The whole world fucking hates us...and I hate you back!
WRITE YOUR SENATORS TODAY TO KEEP THEIR BLOODY HANDS OF THE INTERNET AND IN THE CONTROL OF ICANN.
As far as I know, nobody in the US wants to give up control of the root servers. Well, nobody's willing to say it in public, anyway.
No, this is a power grab by the UN, wanting to TAKE the servers.
Just wanted to clarify that.
Rick C, the following is a list of World Heritage sites that our government has turned over to the new world order to
decide on what can and can't be done there.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
Grand Canyon National Park
Redwood National Park
Yosemite National Park
Mesa Verde National Park
Everglades National Park
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
Mammoth Cave National Park
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
Statue of Liberty National Monument
Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Pueblo de Taos
Independence National Historic Site
Monticello and the University of Virginia
Olympic National Park
Yellowstone National Park
La Fortaleza-San Juan National Historical Site
Personally, I'd rather be pro-active rather than reactive in defending what belongs to the American People.
Well, the idea of giving control to the UN never did make it on the table.
The UN wanted to take control (or more accurately, I guess, ask really really insistently for us to hand it over); but AFAIK the US never even considered letting them.
There's no way we can really stop the UN from wanting to try and demand control over the interwebs. We can, however, simply not give it to them, which seems to be the likely outcome of any future demands - and for the best, too.
It was mostly spin from the media. Went something like this:
UN: Give us control of the internet!
MSM: World Community set to assume control of Internet.
UN: Pretty please?
MSM: US has little choice but to relinquish control of Internet.
UN: We'll build our own and break everything!
US: Go ahead.
MSM: US potentially responsible for destruction of internet.
UN: But breaking everything would be bad.
US: So STFU, then.
MSM: Deal reached on control of internet after international cooperation.
Tellem fuckem, the weasels.
The UN power pimps know that the worldwide free interchange of ideas and the ability to look through the windows at free world societies is the end of their money grubbing power hungry asses.
For funny if it weren't true look at the Tunisian conference check:
Scaryduck: Not Scary. Not a Duck.
An excellent blog, and this is a scary story
Wow - there truely is a lot of hatred in the US right now reading your comments.