United States control over the internet is about to lost forever. Obama is unilaterally relinquishing control to a globalist network, and it can’t be undone.
MORGAN WRIGHT: Think of it as the U.N. for the internet. That’s how it’s gonna be. They already have 111 member countries. A lot of those already U.N member nations. The U.S. being one of those countries. It gets back to the real question. We’ve seen how effectively the U.N Works. Will this be effective in terms of how it manages going into the future. Will we be able to protect our interests?
WND gives a great outline of what it means to relinquish our control over an internet the U.S. created.
The transfer of oversight to an obscure non-profit called the Internet Association for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN, set for Saturday, “could be the most dangerous use yet of Obama’s now-famous pen,” the conservative icon said at the time.
In a last minute, Hail Mary, a law suit has been filed to stop it, by four states.
On Thursday, after months of Congress has failing to halt Obama’s move, four states took action on their own.
The lawsuit by Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma and Nevada against the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the Department of Commerce and others seeks a halt to the plan.
Filed in U.S. District Court in Galveston, Texas, the lawsuit argues the U.S. funded the foundations of the Internet and for decades has been managing it appropriately, including through contracts such as the NTIA’s agreement with ICANN to perform Internet Assigned Numbers Authority functions.
This goes way beyond over reach of Obama’s pen and phone. And one should ask the question: Where have the Republicans been during all this? We are down to hours before it falls into world, globalist hands and NOTHING has been done to stop it until now.