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To: JerseyHighlander; All

The Feral government - all three branches - are NOT needed in the internet world.

They should worry about their own networks.

They should pass no new laws and create no new regulations.

As things are right now, everything works.

Big business is far too worried about making money off of rogue countries.

That’s what we get for dealing with them at all.

IMHO, there should be zero commerce with rogue nations; if that was the case, we would not have 1/2 of our current problems and the good nations of the world would prosper tremendously.

Now we’re stuck with it. But IMHO, it is far wiser to let these companies that want to sell to these buggers work out their own problems with the buggers, than to start passing draconian control of the internet laws.

After all, if a market I’m selling to is such a festering rathole of thieves that I can’t make money - why am I there trying to sell to them ? Let the rathole fester and fall behind technologically. When they’re all starving and begging us for help, maybe they’ll listen and change. If not, lett’em starve.

Instead, we’re doing business with them which props up failed ideologies.

Man are we stupid.


11 posted on 12/21/2011 9:21:16 AM PST by PieterCasparzen (We have to fix things ourselves.)
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To: PieterCasparzen

Why are you trying to change the subject regarding this fundamental issue of existence for FR?

What’s the point of your reply other than obfuscation, it is completely off topic.

Not that I disagree with most of your reply, but you could post another thread or comment on a thread on the topic just as easily.

Regards,


12 posted on 12/21/2011 9:29:48 AM PST by JerseyHighlander
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