First of all, you got a proper first name?
In message <[log in to unmask]>, T Rolf writes:
> As I've seen it for some time now, Mr. Lisse is very light on
> specifics when he takes aim at UN, US and other govt. funded ICT
> projects in Africa.
Besides the fact, that an (alleged) lightness of specifics, doesn't
mean I am wrong, Jörn Grotnes has made my case very eloquently.
It is my prerogative whether I want to give details (and perhaps
reveal my sources) or not. The fact remains that I have yet to be
> Often, feedback from (actual) African beneficiaries indicates that
> the donor assistance made the difference between connectivity and
> not - training and not - competitive markets and not.
Ah, the point!! Beneficiaries.
If you define multinational (but US originating) ISPs such as Africa
Online as (actual) African beneficiaries, of course they have
> I suggest that Mr. Lisse begin to examine his own fear of having his
> inherited homeland of Namibia invaded by the demon donor, thus
> encroaching upon his self-appointed superintendence.
It is painfully obvious, that you have no idea who I am, what I do and
what I have done. It is equally obvious that you have no idea of the
state of affairs in .NA.
And I think it is now a good time to tell us a little bit about your
background and affiliation. We might just find that you are in
Dr. Eberhard W. Lisse\ / Swakopmund State Hospital
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Swakopmund, Namibia ;____/ Domain Coordinator for NA-DOM (el108)