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    Re:As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:45PM (#15192)
    "ARIN is doing important lobby actions"
    [uh huh, riiiight !!!]

    9 - ARIN work in public/private partnership area with US law enforcement (Ray)

    RP US law enforcement institutions is participating in different Internet forum. In case they contact them ragarding IP issues to resend the communication to RP. Reminds their scope is inside US. ARIN is doing important lobby actions with different institutions inside US informing the work and nature of RIR
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    Re:As Predicted NRO.NET to Become Another Cash Cow by Anonymous
    "ARIN is doing important lobby actions"
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 11 2005, @03:50PM (#15193)
    "ARIN is doing important lobby actions"

    Welcome to the ISOC Fourth Reich ARIN Nation

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Reich [wikipedia.org] The institution of the Gestapo, police to act outside of any civil authority, highlighted the Nazi's intention to hold powerful means of directly controlling German society. Soon, mirroring Stalin's terror in the Soviet Union, an estimated army of about 100,000 spies and infiltrants operated throughout Germany, reporting to Nazi officials the activities of any critics or dissenters. Most ordinary Germans, happy with the improving economy and better standard of living remained obedient and quiet, but many political opponents, especially communists and socialists, were reported by omnipresent eavesdropping spies, and put in prison camps where they were severely mistreated, and many tortured and killed. Estimates of political victims range in dozens of thousands dead and disappeared in the first few years of Nazi rule.

    Organization of the Third Reich

    The leaders of Nazi Germany created a large number of different organizations for the purpose of helping them in staying in power. They rearmed and strengthened the military, set up an extensive state security apparatus and created their own personal party army, the Waffen SS.

    Through a bureaucratic staffing of most government positions with Nazi Party members, by 1935 the German federal government and the Nazi Party had become virtually one and the same. By 1938, through the policy of Gleichschaltung, local and state governments lost all legislative power and answered administratively to Nazi party leaders, known as Gauleiters.

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