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  • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

    Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    It's the one that is feeding these six companies their orders. It's time to wake up and smell the roses, Scooby. Your attempts to create petty conflict are only helping the New World Order to win.
    Uh, huh. That's why my Congressman is fighting for net neutrality. Because he's a part of the New World Order.
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    Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
    Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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    • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

      Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
      Uh, huh. That's why my Congressman is fighting for net neutrality. Because he's a part of the New World Order.
      With the government in control of the internet, they will have the power to decide who gets to put information there. I bet you anything it's part of that private 300-page document they won't share with lawmakers. Of course, your ilk believe you have to pass something to see what's in it.

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      • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

        Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
        Uh, huh. That's why my Congressman is fighting for net neutrality. Because he's a part of the New World Order.
        All that means is that he is siding with Google/Netflix/etc.. and their efforts to squeeze the telcos/cable providers. Net neutrality do absolutely nothing to benefit any consumers. It is simply a power play by content providers to squeeze access providers.

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        • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

          Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
          With the government in control of the internet, they will have the power to decide who gets to put information there. I bet you anything it's part of that private 300-page document they won't share with lawmakers. Of course, your ilk believe you have to pass something to see what's in it.
          No, that's not what Net Neutrality means. But, you keep believing the US Government is out to get you if you want.
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          Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
          Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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          • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

            Originally posted by sagard View Post
            All that means is that he is siding with Google/Netflix/etc.. and their efforts to squeeze the telcos/cable providers. Net neutrality do absolutely nothing to benefit any consumers. It is simply a power play by content providers to squeeze access providers.
            So, you prefer the unequal playing field then? Netflix was trying to buy a fast lane on Comcast' network. If the were able to do that that means that the kid streaming movies at home would get his information before any of my businesses traffic would be processed. If you think there's sides here you're wrong.
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            Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
            Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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            • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

              Flag does not realize that right now the closest there is to a globalist conspiracy is driven by multinationals. When they corrupt government, yes, government is also their tool of oppression. But government can also be our most powerful tool to protect ourselves from class enslavement. Saying that "government is the enemy" just deprives us of a tool which, when used correctly, can prevent the very abuses he wants to stop. In fact, the battle cry "government is the enemy" was invented by the plutocrats to smash that only tool that could otherwise be used to stop them.

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              • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                Originally posted by sagard View Post
                All that means is that he is siding with Google/Netflix/etc.. and their efforts to squeeze the telcos/cable providers. Net neutrality do absolutely nothing to benefit any consumers. It is simply a power play by content providers to squeeze access providers.
                Wow. This is really, really incorrect.
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                • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                  Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                  Flag does not realize that right now the closest there is to a globalist conspiracy is driven by multinationals. When they corrupt government, yes, government is also their tool of oppression. But government can also be our most powerful tool to protect ourselves from class enslavement. Saying that "government is the enemy" just deprives us of a tool which, when used correctly, can prevent the very abuses he wants to stop. In fact, the battle cry "government is the enemy" was invented by the plutocrats to smash that only tool that could otherwise be used to stop them.

                  Fire says "water is bad -- it can drown you!"
                  ...otherwise known as the United Nations. Yes, it is true that government can go both ways. However, when the government is given certain regulatory power, not only should one assume that it can and will be used, but it is also able to be abused. Net Neutrality is, in fact, expanding the power of government to regulate internet. This means that it will be used, taxed, and abused. Expect this "utility" to be controlled by a trust while shutting out smaller independent ISPs. We're seeing it in Florida with the prosecution of people having their own solar panels or collecting rainwater. Tiny houses are also being attacked thanks to zoning ordinances. As much as I can understand rural access, having grown up in the middle of nowhere, every granting of power has unintended consequences.

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                  • Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
                    With the government in control of the internet, they will have the power to decide who gets to put information there. I bet you anything it's part of that private 300-page document they won't share with lawmakers. Of course, your ilk believe you have to pass something to see what's in it.
                    Well, at least now I know your Fark handle. That argument is taken almost verbatim from a post over there, complete with the lie about 300 pages of regulations.

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                    • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                      Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
                      Netflix was trying to buy a fast lane on Comcast' network.
                      Where are you getting this? Are you referring to the paid peering agreements that many ISP's (Comcast included) have forced Netflix into signing?

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                      • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                        Originally posted by GrinCDXX View Post
                        Where are you getting this? Are you referring to the paid peering agreements that many ISP's (Comcast included) have forced Netflix into signing?
                        No.
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                        Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
                        Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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                        • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                          Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
                          No.
                          So...where are you getting this?

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                          • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                            Originally posted by GrinCDXX View Post
                            So...where are you getting this?
                            I was going off of memory sorry. Apparently I should have answered yes, that's what I'm getting at.

                            This explains my position pretty well.

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpbOEoRrHyU#t=275
                            Last edited by ScoobyDoo; 02-26-2015, 01:16 PM.
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                            Originally Posted by dropthatpuck-Scooby's a lost cause.
                            Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time-Always knew you were nothing but a troll.

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                            • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                              Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                              Wow. This is really, really incorrect.
                              No Kep although I agree with you on almost everything, I'm not wrong on this. I see it first hand.

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                              • Re: Weaving the Strands: Business, Economics, and Tax Policy 2.0

                                Yeah, but you're still wrong.
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