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    Core Issue Remains As VeriSign vs. ICANN Moves to State Court | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 6 comments | Search Discussion
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    Verisign Should Move UP not DOWN
    by Anonymous on Monday August 30 2004, @06:37AM (#14081)
    If one does not make their case at the U.S. Federal
    level, one should move UP[1] not DOWN. ICANN will be
    headed for the mountains in Switzerland, far away
    from California.

    Verisign needs to publish the ISOC Card Deck
    with the 55 Co-Conspirators** (who are all not
    in California). You can not tell the players
    without the score-card.

    [1]
    http://www.gatt.org/regime/
    [gatt.org]

    WTO NEWS: 2004 PRESS RELEASES

    Press/348
    10 January 2004
    TRO launches board game aimed at U.S. regime change

    In an effort to involve larger numbers of citizens in the discovery process that will lead to U.S. regime change, the Trade Regulation Organization has issued an educational board game called "Try 'em."

    WTO news archives

    In April 2003, the TRO determined that the U.S. governing regime was no longer consistent with world peace or prosperity. At that time, it issued a card deck in the hopes of paving the way to regime change and, eventually, large-scale war crimes proceedings.

    Now, in the hopes of accelerating this process, the TRO is issuing a brand new card deck along with a game that can be played in groups of two or more.

    ===
    **55 Co-Conspirators

    Jon Postel (USC) - Ace of Spades
    Vinton Cerf (UCLA,MCI) - Ace of Clubs
    Scott Bradner (Harvard) - Ace of Hearts
    Brian Carpenter (IBM) - Ace of Diamonds
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    The real people behind the ICANN Machine
    by Anonymous on Monday August 30 2004, @07:25AM (#14082)
    Some of the real people behind the ICANN Machine

    Rodney Joffe and RILEY P. BECHTEL

    9 of Hearts
    RILEY P. BECHTEL
    Bechtel (#2 Iraq contractor) CEO
    Bush (4-C) advisor since April 2002
    VP is on Defense Policy Board (see 7-S)
    Ex-CEO Shultz (8-D), as Reagan Sec’y of State, helped fund Hussein (2-C) while Bechtel pipeline bid was pending; knew of Hussein chemical weapons use
    Hussein then rejected bid (see A-H) .BIZ is a good example of who pulls the ICANN strings

    10-H
    VANCE D. COFFMAN
    Lockheed Martin Chairman and CEO
    White House Telecommunications Advisory Committee Chairman
    Lockheed is #1 defense contractor
    Many former Lockheed executives are in Bush (4-C) administration; two are in leadership of Army and Navy

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