[discuss] What is MSism?

Jorge Amodio jmamodio at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 14:43:48 UTC 2014

Sure, don't forget to take your meds with you on your way out ...


On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 4:22 AM, Jefsey <jefsey at jefsey.com> wrote:

> At 21:06 26/03/2014, Jorge Amodio wrote:
>> In plain English and without the diplomatic coating, get lost and take
>> your useless nonsense somewhere else.
> Dear Jorge,
> I presume that what you call a nonsense are VGN/VGNICs. I therefore thank
> you for eventually clearly expressing the IG issue in rude terms. I and
> others will certainly use them to show there are three positions at stake
> and what are their problem: Strikling's, yours and mine. Strikling's is
> brillant, mine is trying to express the resulting reality, and yours
> defends what you always known which is passing away and has to pass away in
> good conditions for all.
> I am sure every informed user understands your distress at the change and
> hopes that you will understand as soon as possible the opportunity Lawrence
> Strikling is offering to the US and possibly the world with the cooperation
> of the Brazilian civil society. Nobody wants to know if this is a carefully
> prepared alternative to Dubai or an intelligent response to the WCIT vote,
> the question is to know if Lawrence Strikling's bet succeeds and, most of
> all, how it succeeds in assembling the new digital order.
> As one of the interlocutors engaged in this debate by historical job and
> engagement, I cannot explain you why your position is sympathetic but
> should not last too long if you do not want to embrass what is actually
> being complexly engaged by your country and by no means stabilized. I would
> however suggest you to join an NTIA think-tank on the situation, if this
> exists, and contribute there. An happy conclusion of the current debate can
> only benefit from aware members of the multitude having a strong motivation
> for their technology and their country.
> jfc
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