[AfrICANN-discuss] The always entertaining Ms Bekelelelelelele

Pierre Lotis NANKEP lnankep at yahoo.fr
Fri Nov 16 09:52:14 SAST 2012


"What is more offensive is his need to make racist remarks.  It is a
common occurrence when running out of arguments, but having an
inferiority complex.  Sometimes even used tactically, but he's
generally clueless so I doubt it."

Please do not derail the debate on an unsuitable land / subject. I never made ​​a racist comment ...
I said there is a group of "Black Hat Hacker" who want to present themselves as a group of "White Hat [Kacker]".

It would be desirable for Dr to learn the vocabulary of cybersecurity.



> De : Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.na>
>À : africann at afrinic.net 
>Envoyé le : Vendredi 16 novembre 2012 8h03
>Objet : Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] The always entertaining Ms Bekelelelelelele
>I take this as an admission of guilt by the clueless Engineer,
>because he's running out of arguments, knowing I am right.
>Never mind that you are also right, it is bad taste, or rather
>libel.  Now of course one might think my statements are libelous
>too, but since the truth is an affirmative defense, they are not.
>Furthermore he seems to he can decide what is for whom, and who can
>laud a flagrant break of the rules, as win for Africa, which of
>course has the side effect of opening the process up for the
>lawyers, in more respect than just the .Africa applications.
>What is more offensive is his need to make racist remarks.  It is a
>common occurrence when running out of arguments, but having an
>inferiority complex.  Sometimes even used tactically, but he's
>generally clueless so I doubt it.
>Skin color has not played a role here up to now, and as far as I am
>aware of, the application he is referring to is from a wide
>consortium of Africans, spearheaded by Africans who have the
>technical, financial and managerial expertise and track record to do
>this in house and not farm it off to a foreign commercial enterprise
>with a less than stellar record, but who happen to be pale, and it
>is even supported by the AU which was held in high regards by the
>opposing bid, until she lost its support and came out guns blazing.
>Or could he mean the other bid?  Hmmm, even as a Freudian mistake, I
>have never seen her entertain in a hat, never mind a white one.
>Finally, as you can attest, I have gone to some lengths to become as
>African as I can be, with the one, lone exception, of running a
>fully functioning, well managed, ccTLD since almost 22 years and
>having connected my country to the Internet singlehandedly on a non
>profit basis, without a penny of outside funding, and then giving it
>away to the first ISP (for nothing) which I think had something to
>do with the success of the ICT industry in my country.
>Obviously not acceptable, hence: "Dr Lisse.  Not one of us."
>My point is actually another, I have no interest in the .Africa bid.
>NONE WHATSOEVER. I have not much interest in the .Africa domain, per
>se, either, actually.  I am however, as I stated on the
>AFRALO-AfrICANN session in Prague interested in seeing the few bids
>submitted succeed, rather than a larger number of unsuccessful ones.
>On 2012-11-16 00:56 , Nii Narku Quaynor wrote:
>> ....its bad taste addressing someone as Dr.  That, huh
>> On Nov 15, 2012, at 23:32, Pierre Lotis NANKEP <lnankep at yahoo.fr
>> <mailto:lnankep at yahoo.fr>> wrote:
>>> Dr "Nonsense",
>>> Be patient ...  ICANN will soon give its verdict.  Stop crying
>>> here...  Before the final result.  ".Africa" ​​is for
>>> Africans and not for a group of Black Hat HACKER with white Hat.
>>> -- Pierre Lotis NANKEP IT Engineer / ANTIC
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