Tuesday, August 30, 2016

None Dare Call it Treason

The Obamissariat                                      

Congress to the Rescue: Quashing Obama’s Internet Giveaway

“Government exists to protect us from each other. 
Where government has gone beyond its limits is in
deciding to protect us from ourselves.”  ―Ronald Reagan

Quashing Obama’s Internet Giveaway

President Obama’s plan to give away the Internet back-end to dictatorial control of countries like Russia, China, Iran, Cuba, and North Korea has been quashed because of a provision tucked away in the recent omnibus budget bill passed by the US Congress.  Yes, hidden in amongst all the pork barrel frittering and boondoggle squandering of the public funds, there was one bona fide gem thrown into the mix. BLAH-BLAH-BLAH

Last week I received an untold amount of e-mail on this subject.  And the truth is that even the thought of this happening has left me paralyzed.

We are already left with an almost certain insurrection waged by the Obama-Nation of Islam-Soros created Black Army of Fuck-all-White People. Gird your loins, it's coming.  But even that Obama gift pales in comparison to the long term effects of losing control of our own (created by Al Gore, wot?) Internet.   There is no action  to stop this treason that  I would  find  reprehensible, criminal, or  un-American.  Nothing.  This has to be stopped. 

For whatever it's worth, email your congressmen now, even if, like me, she's part of this insurgency, and demand his immediate removal from office. Here are two ways that could happen.  If a majority of Obama's cabinet votes that he is incompetent, the presidency passes to Biden.  That action alone makes this a big enough public deal that failure  gives congress a fast track opportunity for impeachment.  If that fails .... .  Ask for God's intervention.


munch said...

Not as bad as it sounds. ICANN does not have control of the internet. ICANN controls what is put in the seven "root" nameservers. By convention all computers are shipped to start at the "root" nameservers (or their ISP uses the roots) in order to have a single internet that is the same for everybody.

If we did not like what is in the roots, a few American universities could set up seven new nameservers and invite anyone who wants more freedom to use them. The original nameservers before ICANN were run by Princeton, a University in London, places like that.

Helly said...

Worse than it sounds: This is the dream UN funding mechanism.

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