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[rpd] Last Call for "AFPUB-2016-GEN-001-DRAFT-04 - Internet Number Resources Review by AFRINIC"
h.lu at anytimechinese.com
Wed Jun 28 02:31:11 UTC 2017
A little background about CCSI.
CCSI is responsible for building basically entire China's telecommunication
infrastructure(not only internet, but also message and voice), the company
is listed publicly in Hong Kong, it has over 20 sub-companies in AFRICA and
present in over 20 AFRICAN countries.
As data provided from
http://www.sais-cari.org/data-chinese-loans-and-aid-to-africa/ , almost 7
billion USD of loan from China to Africa in telecommunication sector from
2000-2015 and increasing rapidly, without plus almost equal amount of aid
that Chinese government provided to AFRICA, those money, mostly went to
CCSI for building telecommunication infrastructure for all the countries
they operated in.
So, no, I am not a liar, and Please, working group Chair, should we
tolerance such behavior in the mailing list that calling another community
On a side note, Tutu, I couldn't find any credential about you all over the
internet, you don't have a linkedin account, don't have a facebook account,
you don't seems to be existed before this very mailing list, if you are
doing as many community work as you claim to be, you should be all over the
internet, While Omo states he is not comfortable about Chinese join the
community discussion--even those Chinese are building telecommunication
infrastructure in over 20 AFRINICAN countries with Chinese money, I am not
very comfortable with persons that potentially does not exists in real life
but just created for this very mailing list.
But any of those are not relevant, policy should be addressed by counter
argument, should not be addressed by personal attacks.
You can attack me or Mr. Cheng even entire CCSI --who is the largest
telecommunication infrastructure builder on this planet all you want, it
will not make the policy pass as long as you don't address the argument
have been raised.
On 28 June 2017 at 03:03, Kris Seeburn <seeburn.k at gmail.com> wrote:
> we are really getting out of subject. I would really like to hear sane
> arguments. Please people i still believe that africa as intelligent people
> and we don’t use other terms to say things because we ran out of arguments.
> As far as i am concerned we had a policy in place and if people respect it
> fine but how do you really determine who is defaulting? Abusing resources.
> let us be honest to ourselves and be fair to all.
> In your just sent email they have everything setup from end to end. Then
> we Copy RIPE NCC policy but bear in mind and read that properly. It does
> look like anything close to what is being proposed. With the upcoming GDPR
> from Europe, i know from a govt meeting i assisted over privacy that to be
> able to even deal with EU we need to adopt the same standards to be
> considered a partner with Europe.
> Can we effectively run away from all these?
> On Jun 27, 2017, at 8:37 PM, Tutu Ngcaba <pan.afrikhan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 27 Jun 2017 8:15 p.m., "Mukom Akong T." <mukom.tamon at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 27 June 2017 at 17:50, Lu Heng <h.lu at anytimechinese.com> wrote:
>> Mr.Cheng have speaked in the policy discussion before, and attended few
>> AFRINIC meetings, yes, they may not active following mailing list like some
>> of your guys did, but their achievement that allows billions of AFRICAN to
>> access internet in this very continent give them every rights to express
>> their view on the policy.
> Africa has about 1.2 billion, not even half that number is online. So that
> statement cannot be correct.
> Brother Mukom
> you see this billion people lie also.
> i am in shock how Lu will lie like this like this chinese company only
> isp in africa. i can take one full day to get list of big isp in africa and
> small. i am 100% sure this chinese company of CCSI(China Comservice
> International)' will not be one of them.
> yet Lu will lie and tell of how they shall invest to safe poor Africa
> which resources stolen since the missionary come to Africa. even today the
> oil of lybia is stolen.
> so will see even this ip address you will see with how afraid because no
> billions customers to show.
> Best Regards,
> Tutu Ngcaba
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> Kris Seeburn
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