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RSN™ Commentary: Talking About The Real Causes Of The State We Are In

A participant in one of our social media groups objected to a comment about President Obama that was made in an article.

It Important That You Understand Our Position

We are a unit – a division of the Society of Citizens Against Romance Scams [SCARS]

While we are a victims assistance & support organization registered with the United States government, we are also a political advocacy organization hounding Congress to improve different aspects of the legal governance of the Internet.

Our Perspective

We are a politically motivated organization. We are motivated for law & order. Those that support it we endorse.

We support the current United States Administration.

Then Candidate Trump gave our Chairman significant time to discuss these issues prior to his election. After the election, we played a role in 3 new laws and several Executive OrdersExecutive Order An executive order is a directive from the President that has much of the same power as a federal law. Several landmark moments in American history came about directly from the use of executive orders issued from the United States President’s desk, including one Supreme Court decision that limited a presidential executive order issued by Harry Truman. affecting the Internet. In fact, one of them was partially written by our organization (SCARSSCARS SCARS - Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc. A government registered crime victims' assistance & crime prevention nonprofit organization based in Miami, Florida, U.S.A. SCARS supports the victims of scams worldwide and through its partners in more than 60 countries around the world. Incorporated in 2015, its team has 30 years of continuous experience educating and supporting scam victims. Visit to learn more about SCARS.).

More importantly, there are a huge number of problems in the governance of the internet still remaining. it is impossible to correct problems by ignoring the causes.

To undo past mistakes in yourself, in others, and in our governments, you have to be willing to honestly recognize them for what they are. Not just what they are but how they were created. You have to look at the failures and decide if they warrant calling out, not only to fix them but also as learning exercises to improve government decision making as it applies to our subject area.

We have decades of perspective on the mistakes made in the governance of the Internet since our Chairman was on the internet starting in 1981, was a cofounder of a major multi-billion dollar ecommerce company that moved onto the web in 1995, and who has seen the transition to lawlessness day by day since.