Free software makes millions for Richard Stallman's cult

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Jun 4 00:48

Free software makes millions for Richard Stallman's cult. Meanwhile faggoty developers love being fucked by the FSF, and defend Stallman as some kind of hero while he and his friends get paid millions for doing absolutely nothing. Crypto Anarchists: Ask yourself why Richard Stallman and the other cult leaders have gotten millions for your free software that you wrote. http://gng.z505.com/cult.htm Richard Stallman, greasy kike, and the all-Jewish cult leaders of the FSF, count the millions of shekels software developers could have been paid for writing software.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 14 06:10

Well my dear friend, nothing is free. Every piece of 3 Clause BSD and MIT licensed software did too. People value their time as much as they do money. Instead of making fiat money working on a shit project they take their virutal money (time) and write software that's fun and useful. Free is an illusion. Open Source however is not...

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 14 13:46

Shhh, you can't actually logic a troll.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 17 14:44

Troll? Have you looked at Richard Stallman? He is a total troll. He looks like a fucking troll, right from under the bridge, ready to eat little kids. He and his friends are making a mint from free software for which the actual developers make nothing.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 17 14:46

whoa, the troll got triggered

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 19 02:02

Enjoy your relative security whilst using your non-free software. Oh wait: You can't. :P

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 19 02:05

"Yup, our security audit is almost complete. All we have left is to do a full inspection of the source code to our Windows 10 Pro Enterprise Business Edition™ machines and we're good to go!"

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 19 03:58

Most of DOD mission critical software is closed source and some is classified source. And I am certain that their classified source applications are far more secure than any open source offerings. You may ask your bank to open source their platform. They might call the cops on you.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 19 07:37

The user (DOD) has the source (I hope) - even if it's classified. As for the bank, I don't really care what they run on their server - it's their own fracking business. I only care what I (have to) run on my machine(s). That part needs to be open source.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 20 00:05

One of my sources just forwarded me a copy of a rather intriguing document about the Free Software Foundation. In the remainder of this letter, I plan to summarize the contents of that document in an effort to enable all people to achieve their potential as human beings. Before I launch into my main topic, I want to make a few matters crystal-clear: (1) One must consider the semiotics of Pyrrhonism in order to fully understand the Free Software Foundation's plaints, and (2) as a result of that, when the Free Software Foundation asks a question it's usually intended more as an insult than as a request for information. Now that you know where I stand on those issues, I can safely say that the Free Software Foundation has been teaching young children to parrot such loopy sentences as, “The Free Software Foundation is a refined organization with the soundest ethics and morals you can imagine.” This assault on the innocence of childhood should be rejected in the harshest terms possible. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the Free Software Foundation's subliminal psywar campaigns are not witty satire, as it would have you believe. They're simply the featherbrained, disorderly ramblings of something that has no idea or appreciation of what it's mocking.

[chan] bitmessage
Jun 20 07:40

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