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RE: [Membership] Remote Participation in the Singapore Open Meeting
OK, I am relatively new to this discussion, but what gives...it sounds rather caustic.
From: Bob Allisat [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, February 19, 1999 8:07 AM
Cc: Ben Edelman; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [Membership] Remote Participation in the Singapore Open Meeting
Clare Wardle wrote:
> If ICANN is looking to a worldwide constituency, and to get
> the opinions of those outside the US, just possibly including
> some of the millions of people who live in Singapore, then it
> is not entirely unreasonable that they should hold nearly as
> many meetings outside the US as inside it. There is no plan,
> naturally, to cover all the countries using the internet,
> including the UK, Japan, etc., etc., but I think that broadly
> speaking, that having these meetings is really pro, rather than
> anti democratic.
The so-called International meetings remind me
of the IOC Olympic corruption. It's a show on the
road seeking fat contributions and attracting all
the most sorted lawyer, Corporate TM types and
regular cast of ICANN/IAHC cretins. All of whom
generally ignore any and all input that deviates
from their silly commercial, think big agenda.
It's all a sham Clare. And Ben's Berkman Centre
is just one of the co-conspirators. They ain't
listening to me or to anyone not in 100% agreement.
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