What Does the October Surprise Have to Do With Obama’s Handover of Internet Governance to ICANN?


On October 1, 2016, Barack Obama handed over the Internets’ governance to ICANN.   Is this just a random timing of this event?  Is it of no real concern to the American public and to the world?  NO – this decision to give the Internet over to ICANN on October 1 was a calculated and diabolical move by Obama.  You see, the Internet has always been governed by the U.S.  ICANN only had jurisdiction in domain names and addresses on the web.  But now they  are overseeing the content of the Internet. They can make decisions to allow something to be placed on the Internet or not.

Free Speech

Having the United States overseeing the Internet was far safer than it being in the hands of another country or organization.  Our First Amendment right of free speech was foundational in governing the Internet.  Now, that is gone.

Julian Assange and the October surprise

Mr. Assange – founder of Wikileaks, promised the world that he would release information about Hillary Clinton which would end her chances of being the next president of the U.S.

Yesterday, we learned that Mr. Assange was not going to release the evidence against Clinton yet. This was due to what he termed “Security Issues.”  Today Mr. Assange promised to release the information – but not via the internet. He is going to tell his story from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he resides. Many politicians and commentators are calling for the assassination of Assange.

Watch this video to see similarities between Andrew Breitbart and Julian Assange:

Will we hear of a drone strike on the Embassy?

If the evidence which Mr. Assange wants to be made known is indeed damning to Clinton, then I would not put it past our government, with BHO at the helm, to strike the Embassy.  What is a little collateral damage to these unethical tyrants?

More Information about ICANN and the United Nations

From Nathannell.com

Problems with UN Granting the Antitrust Exemtion
So, with the US not working to maintain the status it has had for nearly 20 years, ICANN may be forced to make decisions out of good intentions, that hold severe consequences for the United States. It has been recommended and proposed by authoritarian regimes that the ICANN become part of the U.N. to make their objection to censor the internet on a global level. This violates acts already established. Obama pledged that the U.S. would never be replaced by a inter-government solution and this is exactly that.  (emphasis mine)

If you are a gambler, place a bet that UN control of ICANN would allow tyrannical regimes degree over the way Americans use the internet!

It is no lie that our government monitors our online usage, but should that be opened up, controlled and regulated by tyrannical regimes that are hoping that ICANN has no choice.- source

Read rest of article here

ICANN’s Rules for Internet speech:

Act in accordance with ICANN’s Bylaws. In particular, participants undertake to act within the mission of ICANN and in the spirit of the values contained in the Bylaws.

Adhere to ICANN’s conflict of interest policies.

Treat all members of the ICANN community equally, irrespective of nationality, gender, racial or ethnic origin, religion or beliefs, disability, age or sexual orientation; members of the ICANN community should treat each other with civility both face-to-face and online.

Respect all members of the ICANN community equally and behave according to professional standards and demonstrate appropriate behavior. ICANN strives to create and maintain an environment in which people of many different backgrounds and cultures are treated with dignity, decency and respect.

Specifically, participants in the ICANN process must not engage in any type of harassment. Generally, harassment is considered unwelcome hostile or intimidating behavior — in particular, speech or behavior that is sexually aggressive or intimidates based on attributes such as race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, color, national origin, ancestry, disability or medical condition, sexual orientation or gender identity. (emphasis mine)

Protect the organization’s assets and ensure their efficient and effective use.

Act fairly and in good faith with other participants in the ICANN process.

Conduct themselves in accordance with ICANN policies.

Support the maintenance of robust mechanisms for public input, accountability, and transparency so as to ensure that policy development and decision-making processes will reflect the public interest and be accountable to all stakeholders.

Listen to the views of all stakeholders when considering policy issues. ICANN is a unique multistakeholder environment. Those who take part in the ICANN process must acknowledge the importance of all stakeholders and seek to understand their points of view. – source

**So, are we to take this to mean that they will censor any articles or news that they deem as inappropriate against transgenders or homosexuals? In other words, they will control what is allowed on the Internet. There goes our freedom of speech. Undoubtedly, many of us will be cited for “hate” speech.

I believe that the next few weeks will shock many people.  The Progressives (Communists) will not go down without a fight; even if that means that many will die.





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