October 06, 2005

No way!

Statist twits meeting in Geneva say "the US may be forced to relinquish control of the internet to a coalition of governments." I think this is ridiculous. Nobody forces the US to do anything, except maybe in a one-worlder's dreams. That's what sovereignty backed up with might is all about.

The Guardian article continues: "There are still dozens of unanswered questions but all the answers are pointing the same way: international governments deciding the internet's future. The internet will never be the same again."

Here's another question for the ChiComs and the EuroSocialists in Geneva: How will you force Americans give up their freedom to access information on the 'net? If they think we will let Kofi Annan block our web access as the ChiCom government does to the people in China, they've got another think coming. Americans aren't sorry assed royal subjects, commie slaves or european dupes, and they never will be.

Hat Tip: Drudge.

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