Try reading a bit more slowly. You surely don't think that other governments getting into the Internet Governance racket would mean that the US government would stop its surveillance programs, do you? All that would happen is more government misbehaviour, not less.
I'm all in favor of decentralized internet services, with important servers handled by multiple corporate entities in multiple jurisdictions, so that everybody's free to pick a mail server located somewhere that their own government won't bother them, as well as a server that's geographically close if that happens to be useful. Unfortunately, governments tend to collude on such policies, so getting my mail in, for example, the Netherlands isn't going to stop the NSA from snooping on it (especially because, according to their doctrine, having an account over there might mean I'm a foreigner, and therefore a legal target for them, whereas if I use a mail server in the US, they're supposed to need a warrant except when they don't.) But at least there's some chance of the wiretapping being done by local authorities, so the Dutch government might not bother sharing my example.nl email with the US government unless it has something interesting in it, while the US government wants to snoop my example.us email just because it's cheaper to snoop everybody than to figure out who they're actually targeting.