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Re: [ga] So far, 28 poll answers logged
William - Joop - I think this is an excellent discussion for the IDNO
list, but inappropriate in this place. Could you both go to the IDNO list
and debate IDNO matter there.
Thanks in advance.
On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, William X. Walsh wrote:
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> Too bad Joop chose to post lies here.
> On 20-Jan-2000 Joop Teernstra wrote:
> > At 01:24 20/01/00 -0800, IDNO Bootstrap ("Bradley Thornton") wrote:
> >>Or it may be an indication of the level of distrust members have for the
> >>person who runs the polling booth you mention.
> >>After all. That polling facility belongs to a defamed organization where
> >>the manner in which that polling booth was administered was almost
> >>continuosly questioned.
> > Defamed by the same person who speaks above, without a shred of
> > substantiation, much in the same way as this list has witnessed.
> > Those interested in the full truth of what happened in the first Steering
> > Committee of the IDNO, the trigger event, provided by Joe Baptista, the
> > attempted capture of the SC by William Walsh and "Bradley Thornton" before
> > an agreed structure was in place and their vendetta of slander when the
> > majority refused to roll over, can find it all in the idno archives.
> > http://list.idno.org/archives
> The truth of the matter, Joop, since you brought it up here, is that YOU
> asserted YOURSELF into the Steering Committee despite having declined normal
> election to that position, and then when the Steering Committee members wanted
> to bring issues to vote, if you didn't agree with them, they were never put on
> the ballot. You had the keys, and you vetoed anything you didn't agree with.
> The steering committee was a farce you created to bolster your own little
> personal power game to try and give yourself an inflated role in the ICANN
> The evidence is clear, and the rest of the SC can and will vouch for that.
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