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Sir! I have been with virgin.net for about for about 15 years. and I moved my address. this caused virgin.net to dump me. Question Why! I have paid my bills ect. J … (funda kabanzi)

Sir! I have been with virgin.net for about for about 15 years. and I moved my address. this caused virgin.net to dump me. Question Why! I have paid my bills ect. J

Asked by tallertree 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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Who in the fuck do you think you are firing people in the name of tolerance?

For many years, the gay-lifestyle movement has been clamoring for "tolerance" and "equality" and "acceptance." Now we have arrived on the other side of the most aggressiv… (funda kabanzi)

For many years, the gay-lifestyle movement has been clamoring for "tolerance" and "equality" and "acceptance."

Now we have arrived on the other side of the most aggressive and widespread conspiracy against decency in history (a wide-spread, coordinated collaboration of perverts, child molesters, sexual predators, the media, Hollywood, democraps, universities, etc.) which has completely succeeded in brainwashing the already-almost-brainless youth (<40), invented new American "values", and in the spirit of Saul Alinsky, is now terrorizing people for opposing the legal "normalization" of gay marriage - wrecking people's ability to work in a job, run a company, run a small business.

The gay-lifestyle movement, like all God-less fascist movements that preceded it, is now the most intolerant group on the planet. This is not a slippery slope issue. That horse left the barn decades ago. The so-called sexual revolution has come to roost. God damn you all!

Asked by 2014RealLiberal 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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Since Mr. Brendan Eich has been forced out, does Mozilla expect all of its users to be Gay?

I have been using Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird for several years. However, if this recent situation with your ex-CEO indicates an absence of tolerance for non-Gays, it… (funda kabanzi)

I have been using Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird for several years. However, if this recent situation with your ex-CEO indicates an absence of tolerance for non-Gays, it is probably best to find another set of Internet tools. I would feel lousy if -- at some time in the future -- Mozilla began purging its users, looking for non-Gays and doing to them what has just been done to Mr. Eich. My goal is to get along with everyone. I choose not to do business with the Gay Gestapo. Their lack of respect for others' beliefs is not an issue I want hanging over my head. A ticking time bomb, waiting to explode. This is business behavior unacceptable to me. Respect me -- respect my right to be who I choose to be. These are the same rights every Gay must extend to me.

Asked by The Home Network Center 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Moses 6 iminyaka edlule

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Why should I support a company that does not support free speech?

If Mozilla is willing to terminate an employee simply because they don't like their speech, why should I support Mozilla? Should I uninstall Mozilla from all of the devic… (funda kabanzi)

If Mozilla is willing to terminate an employee simply because they don't like their speech, why should I support Mozilla? Should I uninstall Mozilla from all of the devices I have their product installed on? Both questions are really just rhetorical, so don't bother responding. At this point, I will not support them and, as such, all instances of Mozilla products will be removed and any revenue generated through me by it's use will be stopped.

Asked by goffinaz 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Moses 6 iminyaka edlule

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How do I email Mozilla

Since you don't provide and email address so I can talk to you I will post my remarks here. Dear Mozilla, I was aware you are progressive in your political views when I s… (funda kabanzi)

Since you don't provide and email address so I can talk to you I will post my remarks here. Dear Mozilla, I was aware you are progressive in your political views when I started using Firefox, but I didn’t care since we all have a right to our views. I try to be tolerant of other people’s views. When you fired your CEO because his views didn’t fit your own, your true colors began to show. Your bigotry, hatred, and intolerance became very obvious. Progressives like to say they are tolerant of others views until those views differ from their own then they attack with a sledge hammer and destroy them. The hypocrisy of your actions makes it perfectly clear you are only tolerant of those with views like your own. You have no respect for the first amendment or people exercising their first amendment rights. Your intolerance is inhumane and un-American. I am removing all Mozilla software from my computers and will recommend all my family and friends do the same. With the upmost contempt, Robert A Minor

Asked by RAMinor 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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Since you support the gay agenda I am uninstalling Firefox

I will no longer use Firefox or any other Mozilla product. If you want to support the gay agenda that is your choice. I choose not to support any company that supports th… (funda kabanzi)

I will no longer use Firefox or any other Mozilla product. If you want to support the gay agenda that is your choice. I choose not to support any company that supports the gay agenda and the moral decline of the US.

Asked by ziggyross 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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I am removing Firefox in protest of your removing Brendan Eich

I support an individual's right to free thought and belief, not coercion by any group. Mozilla is obviously a spineless, ungrounded, un American organization. I will no… (funda kabanzi)

I support an individual's right to free thought and belief, not coercion by any group. Mozilla is obviously a spineless, ungrounded, un American organization. I will not use your products as long as Mr Eich is not reinstated.

Asked by rootripper 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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After you actions yesterday supporting gay propaganda and pushing out your ceo I am finding a new browser.

I see from your responses to others that you are a supporter of gay propaganda and are untruthful about Mr Eich's departure. I hope the 2% gay population is enough to su… (funda kabanzi)

I see from your responses to others that you are a supporter of gay propaganda and are untruthful about Mr Eich's departure. I hope the 2% gay population is enough to sustain your business. You left wingers are pushing us too hard. You should get ready for push back from the majority of your customers. You have underestimated us.

Asked by bikervet1 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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Parting with CEO

Your cowardly decision to cave to totalitarian pressures and then to claim you are open and encourage diversity of thoughts and ideas is the height of hypocrisy. Because… (funda kabanzi)

Your cowardly decision to cave to totalitarian pressures and then to claim you are open and encourage diversity of thoughts and ideas is the height of hypocrisy. Because someone has a differing point of view on a topic such as gay marriage or any other issue does not mean that individual is homphobic, racist, or any other "label" anyone wishes to apply.

What happened to the First Amendment, and what happens to a company or society which wants to destroy the reputation and boycott because they have viewpoint differing from your own.

As a result of your cowardly actions I have deleted Firefox from my computer. I will also encourage others to do the same. You have a good product but your culture is NOT one of openness and diversity but one of INTOLERANCE AND BIGOTRY towards those whose opinion you disagree.

If you display a more open behavior and publicly apologize to your former CEO I would consider returning to the Firefox fold.

Respectfullly

Asked by pansnake 6 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by philipp 6 iminyaka edlule

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As is likely true for countless other long term Mozilla supporters - I've replaced all of my Mozilla products in retaliation for Brenden Eich's forced outing.

On the off chance that someone who cares actually reads this, I 'll simply comment that I have pushed non-Mozilla products aside for many years in favor of Mozilla and wh… (funda kabanzi)

On the off chance that someone who cares actually reads this, I 'll simply comment that I have pushed non-Mozilla products aside for many years in favor of Mozilla and what I believed to be an honest pursuit of individual freedom. Your CEO resignation exposes that to be tenuous at best.

As you certainly must realize, you've really stepped in it now and the damage is really only starting.

The rub isn't whether or not me or millions like me agree or disagree with Brenden Eich's position on traditional marriage, but the utter intolerance demonstrated through these actions in the very name of freedom and tolerance.

How unfortunate. I suspect this may be the final nail on the Mozilla coffin. Time will tell.

Asked by fredcwells 6 iminyaka edlule

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How do I let Firefox know that I will no longer be using their browser

I have probably logged more time into Firefox than any human. I have remained loyal through countless let downs. I have proven quite patient. Until you fired your CEO f… (funda kabanzi)

I have probably logged more time into Firefox than any human. I have remained loyal through countless let downs. I have proven quite patient. Until you fired your CEO for a very reasonable, mainstream political view? Since I strongly share his political views, I will be leaving. In fact, I already have. This entry is being sent via Google Chrome.

There are only three reasons for marriage--complying with God's law, giving women assurance that they will not be left high and dry when a man gets bored, and protecting children. Outside of these three things, marriage kind of sucks. Of course, gays want to add a fourth reason--societal acceptance. We have all been holding our nose for a century over heterosexuals who have been using marriage as a smokescreen for societal acceptance, while they marry, cavort, divorce, remarry, and so forth, and so on, pretending to conform to this ancient law. The term 'marriage' has become so polluted that it is are meaningless anyway.

Asked by draperbart 6 iminyaka edlule

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