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« on: October 19, 2007, 01:49:51 PM »

Rainbow Warriors International proposes campaing
Stop the boycott against Aruba with lawsuits in the U.S.

ORANJESTAD (AAN): Recently, a possibly boycott by the environmental organization was cancelled by a contract signed by Bouldin and Lawson.

Contrary to what Minister Wever insinuated, Rainbow Warriors International is working in the general interest of Aruba and the rest of the world. This is what Milton Ponson declared last Tuesday night to DIARIO.


Enough with pretty letters to Minister Bot, protests at the Plaza Betico Croes and Open Letters in the press. It is time to act!!! Ponson proposes lawsuits against the media who do not want to provide us with rebuttals and/or fair and accurate news coverage.

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« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2007, 01:51:51 PM »

=====================LEVEL SEVEN COMPANIES=================
TECHNE DATA                       *  LEVEL SEVEN DESIGN
internet and network consulting   *  computational linguistics
new media technologies            *  for non-governmental
information technology research   *  organisations (NGOs)
TECHNEX                           *  TERRA PUBLISHING ARUBA
e-commerce, chipcard, internet and*  publisher of ECO ARUBA
satcom access technologies        *  and ECO ARUBA On-line

====================LEVEL SEVEN ORGANISATIONS=============
http://www.rainbowwarriors.org    *  LEVEL SEVEN
Sustainable Development and Human *  technology transfer and
Rights for Small Island Developing*  resource development
States and Indigenous Peoples     *  services for NGOs
>> level.seven@setarnet.aw    POBOX 1154, ORANJESTAD, ARUBA <<

Link that has links that go nowhere:


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« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2007, 01:54:18 PM »

Re: Book about M$


To: level.seven@setarnet.aw
Subject: Re: Book about M$
From: Chris Pall <x97pall@wmich.edu>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 15:25:22 -0500
Cc: Multiple recipients of list <am-info@essential.org>
Organization: DPS, WMU, Thinkbiz
References: <35100C4C.1E82@setarnet.aw>
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Have there ever been any "group" internet books before? Is there going to be
an issue over who gets this thing published and who gets the cash?

I'm for the idea, I'm just wondering about a couple things first.

Milton Ponson wrote:

> To all active members on this list.
> After four months on this list I think it is time we get out a different
> kind of message.
> I propose a collective team effort resulting in a book detailing M$
> wheelings and dealings.
> It is time everybody read about the 200 plus companies bought by
> Microsoft, the 300+ strategic alliances and all the POLITICIANS
> involved.
> I have ample experience in writing being an author and publisher myself.
> The internet makes it possible to collectively write a book about the
> subject, and since the collective knowledge of all the members on this
> list probably exceeds that of many investigative reporters and press at
> large, I think we should give it a try.
> There are too many things at stake.
> An authoritive book in paperback form with an extensive bibliography
> and  hundreds of references could do the trick.
> It does not have to be a literary masterpiece or win any Pulitzer prize.
> Anyone willing to join in such a project?
> Milton Ponson
> Aruba
> fax (011) 297 820396
> level.seven@setarnet.aw
> POBox 1154
> Oranjestad
> Aruba, Dutch Caribbean

                       Christopher Pall
        Delphi Programmer & Western Michigan Student (CS)
                       Kalamazoo MI USA


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« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2007, 01:56:11 PM »

Re: Microsoft takeover of NASA


To: level.seven@setarnet.aw
Subject: Re: Microsoft takeover of NASA
From: Billy Forrest <billyf@earthlink.net>
Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 16:54:49 -0800
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References: <34D79BDE.6987@setarnet.aw>
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Milton Ponson wrote:
> Dear Billy,
> I deal with NASA JSC, because 83 of their staff are coming to Aruba to
> observe the total solar eclipse, and my organisation Rainbow Warriors
> International-Atmosphere, Space & Renewable Energy Technologies Work
> Group has helped them out here.
> All of these guys are pretty normal I guess. But there could be someone
> on the take having approved M$ as the standard for everything.
> Billy Forrest wrote:
> >
> > I thought everyone might be interested in this document.  It's very long
> > but interesting.  Take a look at:
> > http://www.ghg.net/madmacs/Takeover.html.  It looks like some
> > administrators are just blindly following Microsoft regardless of cost,
> > or employee opinion.
> I think we should be singling out responsible parties, not employees.
> Why does M$ start to sound and look more and more like these tommygun
> toting heavies running around in Model T Fords, doing their
> racketeering, protection, numbers, prostitution and bribery thing in the
> good ole' days in Chicago?
> Milton Ponson
> Rainbow Warriors International
> >
> > Bill Forrest

Unfortunately, the responsible parties represent the whole. I do
understand that not all Microsoft employees feel the way the head
honchos do. However, they are being represented by them. As for
Microsoft's image, it is an image that they've brought upon themselves.
It's very easy to gain a bad reputation but very hard to get rid of it
once you have it.


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« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2007, 01:57:59 PM »


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Anti-Spam Conviction Is Upheld
The Court of Appeals of Virginia upheld yesterday what is believed to be the first conviction in the nation under a state anti-spamming law that makes it a felony to send unsolicited mass e-mails.
- By Candace Rondeaux

I am glad to see this conviction upheld. As a non-US citizen and one of the tens of millions around the world who use free internet mail services through Hotmail, Yahoo!, Gmail and similar services, we are bombarded with spam mail, every so often with malicious code attached. Almost all of this spam originates from or is rerouted or redirected through servers in the United States. The decision to uphold the conviction sends a clear signal to spammers that it is not OK to molest millions of users with unsolicited mail. The right to freedom of speech according to international human rights treaties does not allow for the infringement of civil and human rights, in particular the digital privacy domain of the email user. In the post 911 era, with severe restrictions imposed on civil rights around the world in order to facilitate the war on terrorism, it is ironical that spamming should be allowed at all. In my opinion spamming can be utilized as an automated vehicle to gather intelligence or perform other intrusive and undetected actions which directly or indirectly may further hidden agendas of those who under the guise of anonymity want to do harm. Milton Ponson human rights activist Aruba

By miltonponson | Sep 6, 2006 11:49:23 AM | Request Removal

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« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2007, 02:00:57 PM »


From Aruba Today Newspaper

Saturday, June 11, 2005 LOCAL

Set the record straight on the war on drugs

Dear Mr. O’Reilly,

As an international organization based in Aruba dealing with sustainable
development AND human rights, we have a keen interest in all matters related
to international and transboundary organized crime, which includes money
laundering, drug trafficking and trafficking of humans, particularly in the Caribbean region, where we are based.

The quote you made about Aruba being a transshipment center for Colombian drug cartels is no longer as valid as it was ten years ago. If you took the time to check with the US Southcom Command, responsible for the Forward Operating Locations (in Curacao and Aruba), which since The Dutch Kingdom and the USA signed into effect in 2000 the treaty establishing the basis for joint strategic operations from these bases and the advent of the Coast
Guard for the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, you would have found out that
the combined effect of both has been of a strong deterrent for Colombian cartels to use these two islands for transshipment of cocaine and/or Colombian grown heroin.

As a human rights organization we are acutely aware of the devastating
effects money laundering and drug trafficking can have on the quality of the
“rule of law” and good government, however these have improved considerably in both Aruba and Curacao, and in particular within the
judicial system, when the prosecution of perpetrators is involved.
The US Government has expressed its trust and confidence in its Dutch
Caribbean counterparts and is currently building a 1.5 acre full-fledged FOL complex in Aruba at the cost of several million dollars to expand its Forward Operating Location operations from the island of Aruba. This further ads to
the deterrent effect.

Mind you, as a human rights organization we were dead set against the creation of the FOLS, and are on record as having protested vehemently
against the FOLs, but since 9/11 we have seen the positive deterrent effect the FOLs have as a deterrent on drug trafficking. Our point of view on the whole issue of the effectiveness of the war on drugs as envisioned by the
DEA and US administration is more or less the same.

As a human rights organization we are a natural counterpart of the press in
general, not by choice but by the common interests we serve in providing
truthful, unbiased and uncensored information on any wrongdoing that effects
the rights of the individual, groups, the community at large or the institutions
themselves that constitute the basis for democratic rule.

Having said this, we do however also have the obligation to ensure that the
freedom of press and speech are upheld, BUT ALSO to ensure that the press itself DOES NOT FALL PREY to politically or otherwise inspired distortion of the
truth or misrepresentation of the facts.

This brings us back to the fact that FOX and your person have misrepresented the facts and are fanning the flames of the fire of a budding
anti-Aruba campaign. We feel you owe the Aruban community, the Aruban
Government and the Aruban tourism industry an apology. Such an apology would be best presented by doing a follow-up on the item in which you misrepresented the facts, and by shedding some light on the FOLS and
the joint US/Dutch Kingdom efforts to stem the flow of drugs and drug trafficking.

The problem with drugs in Aruba is like that of any other popular tourism destination, where drug peddlers will always be around catering to those who want to have a “wild holiday” experience.

You owe it to the American public, who pay the tax dollars building the FOL in
Aruba, to Aruba at large and to yourself and your network to maintain your professional integrity and high standards of news reporting.

I trust you and/or your staff will have the courtesy to spend some time to reply to this email, as I have done in taking the time to address you in a formal, factual, frank and direct manner.


Milton Ponson, President
Rainbow Warriors Core Foundations
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