posted on Feb, 12 2013 @ 05:34 PM
Originally posted by daskakik
I think domain name disputes fall under the jurisdiction of WIPO,
which is a UN agency.
Doesn't leave him much choice.
edit on 12-2-2013 by daskakik because: (no reason given)
It doesn't matter if he supposedly has "little choice", the fact he has on numerous occasions railed against the UN as an organization, and now he
is using the UN and it's resources to gain ownership of two websites he had little to nothing in building himself, it's hypocrisy. Another point to
be made here is this, if the UN was not an option because it didn't exist, what other option would he have then? hmm?
Another fact remains that this website, RonPaul.com, has been around for a good 5 years, and I'm not aware over the last 5 years where Ron Paul made
issue with this website or the other one, yet now, conveniently after retirement, where he's not campaigning anymore, he doesn't need anybody to
campaign for him anymore, he wants these website owners to give him the websites? Which are still getting hits and still making money? After they had
been operating all these years with his blessing? After they had assisted his campaign in bring members to the fold? Sorry, it's (once again) not
looking good given Paul's action.
I fully understand the point that if there is a website making money off you without your consent or blessing, it should be something you should
address. However doing so through an organisation and it's resources that A) you had attacked all these years and B) attacking a website you had held
no issue with all these years, that had been operating with your blessing, a website that you had actually benefited from at times, is hypocritical