[discuss] What is MSism?
jefsey at jefsey.com
Thu Mar 27 16:21:32 UTC 2014
At 15:43 27/03/2014, Jorge Amodio wrote:
>Sure, don't forget to take your meds with you on your way out ...
>On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 4:22 AM, Jefsey
><<mailto:jefsey at jefsey.com>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.
It seems we have a Snowden II on the list. :-)
Being the one submitted to this ad personam, I would like to stress
that whatever definition is given to MSism, one permits and protects
free expression even to this extent. Right or wrong, it gives
decision makers an exact evaluation of reality, something from which
they are often deprived.
>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.
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