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1. The Internet started simply as a network run by government agencies and researchers for collaboration, to being run by research and commercial interests as a curiosity and an informal electronic communications medium. While only approximately three decades old, The Internet has to be the greatest technological, social and economical advancement in the human race: It has increased knowledge and understanding throughout the world. It is the most powerful force in the push to form a globalist society, it has made life fulfill-able for the disadvantaged and is liberating force for human beings suffering from subjugation.
2. The Internet’s system of social, economic and political globalism and the sharing of progressive ideals that the Internet brings may survive, or it may break down. If it survives, it will bring with it an all-time low level of physical and psychological suffering, if not outright world peace and prosperity. But that era of global prosperity will only be possible after passing through a long and very painful period of shifting power from governments to civil society. Oppressive regimes around the world are on a crusade against the Internet and all its promise, it simply won’t work.
3. If we allow the Monopolistic oversight of the Internet by one government the consequences will still be very painful. And even if a formal, treaty-based UN organization to supervise the Internet was created the bigger the list of applicable nations grows the more disastrous the results of its attempts at censorship will be. Thus there must not be any government involvement in the day-to-day management of the Internet.
4. We must advocate a revolution against these attempts at censorship and control of the social and economic assets of The Internet. This revolution may or may not need use of violence; This revolution must be fought primarily with the very computers the goverment are attempting to seize control over. It may be sudden or it may be a relatively gradual process spanning a few years. This above all will have to be a political revolution. Its objective will be an outright overthrowing of the government, but the it must be a shift from physical government, laws created by a subjective perspective of morality and authoritarian figures that are valued more than the average citizen . This must take place in order to protect the anonymity, privacy, and freedom of not only the Internet, but those who are the citizens thereof.