@North America != Asia Pacific
Are you saying that no router located in North America
advertises routes to blocks in any of the following ranges ?
In other words, if someone were to block the entire 202.x.x.x
range they would be assured they would not lose any contact
with North America ?
My point is no one gives a shit about your politics. Since my routers are
designed as magnets to attract packets from the AP region, I could really
care less about their allocation policies, funding, etc. As long as their
addresses are magnetic, I'll take them in.
Maybe we should look into who pays your tab to spout your rhetoric. I
can't name a company that would fund this garbage.
Since you lost your forum on APNIC, you come back here.
Tell you what, I'll set up a "iluvfleming" mailing list this weekend. Then
you can spout your rhetoric at will, and you won't be subject to being
thrown off lists. I would hazard a guess that the total number of
subscribers would be one, you. Then, everyone is pleased. NANOG, IETF,
APNIC, ARIN, the World...