The Registrars Will Love the ITU and UN Costs
The Registrars continue to voice their concerns
about the ICANN Budget. Those concerns of course
fall on deaf ears. ICANN plans to have a total
of 8 offices around the world. Travel to and
from those offices to Switzerland, to remain in
synch with the ITU, will be expensive. [You
don't expect ICANN and the ITU to use the
Internet for communication, do you ?]
New York and UN travel will also add to the
costs. The un-documented junkets in and out
of the Washington D.C. area will also be charged
back to the Registrants, via the Registrars.
The travel club of insiders will continue to
grow. At each stage, those without the resources
and the willingness to continue to up-scale and
better package "the society", will be dumped,
and some new group of .NET barons will be added.
They will be ready to spend the Registrant's
money at every event.
The domain name business and IP address allocation
leasing will quickly migrate and merge with what
many call the banking industry. Hidden hands,
coming from the privacy of Switzerland, will
manipulate the netizens of the world. The M$ and
V$ .NET and .PASSPORT strategies will help to
keep money flowing to a new generation of
"government workers" who will live like kings
and queens off of the unsuspecting users.
ICANN and even the ISOC will be rapidly eclipsed
by people from social circles where private
jets, yachts, casinos, condos and chalets will
be required toys for entry to the private world
of "Internet Governance". The Registrars are
just collection agents, out at the front-lines,
where the dirty, day-to-day, work gets done.
The Registrars will be expected to send most of
their proceeds to "the society", to fund the
good life for the Internet royal families of