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[members-discuss] [rpd] Privacy breach of nomcom2015's Mailing List

Andrew Alston Andrew.Alston at
Tue Jun 9 08:53:20 UTC 2015


Let me clarify.  What I mean is, at various conferences and various forums, members will be shown how to register for BPKI certificates, they will taught how to vote, and how to use their vote.

That is not pseudo democracy, that is education.

This is not telling people how to vote, or who to vote for, its teaching people HOW to use their voice.  Where is the issue with that?


From: Noah [mailto:noah at]
Sent: Tuesday, June 9, 2015 11:51 AM
To: Andrew Alston
Cc: ismail at; rpd List; Mwendwa Kivuva; Seun Ojedeji
Subject: RE: [members-discuss] [rpd] Privacy breach of nomcom2015's Mailing List

On 9 Jun 2015 10:31, "Andrew Alston" <Andrew.Alston at<mailto:Andrew.Alston at>> wrote:
> Furthermore, I know of some fairly large registration drives that will be happening in the next few months conducted by various members of the community at various meetings, where time has been set aside specifically to assist people in getting registered so that come the next election they can cast their votes.  That being said, we may need to resolve the first issue I raised before hand.

Quoting "Large registration drive" And "come next elections"I beg to ask?

What are you talking about??????

This is the same "pseudo democracy" I was talking about which has been employed for far to long by individuals with selfish interests than those of the community and that Organisation.

Ya'all are so obsessed with votes and votes and board membership and I personally have never understood why....

Because whenever i here this elections things especially coming from some of you guys, i keep wondering and wondering and in fact not long ago someone also told the community that that some board members confessed to buying themselves to the board....

>>> Andrew

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