Mozilla, the company which brought us the open source browser, Firefox, Thunderbird mail client has really stepped in it. It seems that their co-founder Brendan Eich, (also the inventor of Java), has become persona-non-grata, for his politically incorrect views.
Eich has recently been made CEO. Then someone discovered that he had given a thousand bucks in support of California’s proposition 8, a law supporting traditional marriage, way back in 2008. This made him anathema to the Gaystapo and other totalitarian leftists, and demands were made for Mozilla to fire him.
Naturally Mozilla folded, and forced Eich to resign. Since then, thousands of people have been writing and petitioning Mozilla over this issue. Some say that the company is experiencing it’s own “Duck Dynasty” disaster. Remember what happened to A&E after they tangled with Phil Robertson? Below is what the Mozilla Firefox feedback page looked like this morning (April 7th). It seems that more than 90 percent of respondents are Unhappy with Mozilla for dumping Brandon Eich over his past support of traditional marriage.
Some note that way back in 2008, when Eich made his contribution, Barack Hussein Obama claimed to hold the same view about traditional marriage. No one is asking for Obama to resign.
You can drop a message on the Firefox input page, to let the Mozilla people know how you feel. Truthrevolt.org has a petition page relevant to this issue, where you can give Mozilla a piece of your mind. Pharmer is now using Opera, a browser created by a Norwegian company, to put this post onto the blog, and is fixing to remove Firefox and the Thunderbird programs from all the network computers.
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ESH may have to do the same despite liking the Mozilla products, we cannot let these ravenous wolves destroy anyone who disagrees with their own version of fascism.
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