Friday, April 4, 2014

The consequences for opposing "gay marriage"

Brendan Eich, one of the most innovative and productive computer programmers in America, is suffering the consequences of being a traditional, normal person in the Marxist, degenerate, tyrannical and totally backwards society we live in today. Eich, the former CEO of Mozilla, recently resigned after it was discovered he opposed "gay marriage" in the state of California. Time reports:

Brendan Eich, who became the company's chief executive less than two weeks ago, faced a firestorm over his support in 2008 of California's Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in the state

The CEO of Mozilla, the company behind the popular Firefox web browser, has resigned following controversy over his stance against gay marriage. Brendan Eich, a co-founder of the organization who was tapped to be chief officer less than two weeks ago, has faced intense criticism for his $1,000 donation in 2008 to support California’s Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriages.

Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn’t live up to it,” Mitchell Baker, Mozilla’s executive chairwoman, wrote in a blog post. “We didn’t move fast enough to engage with people once the controversy started. We’re sorry. We must do better.”
One of the most brilliant men in America has essentially been forced to resign simply for expressing a political and cultural opinion that runs counter to the degenerate, wholly unnatural opinion dominating mainstream Western society.

Think about it folks: we are brainwashed and even forced to support and be "tolerant" of everything and everyone - no matter how destructive, degenerate, and unnatural - except for those of us who stand for and value traditional aspects of Western civilization. We are forced to support and be "tolerant" of homosexuals, sexual deviants and perverts, "transgendered" individuals, millions of legal and illegal immigrants, disgusting mainstream popular culture and everything in between.

We are expected to be "tolerant" of everything and everyone except for normal people - they're "racist", "homophobic", "anti-Semitic" and "bigoted" after all. 


  1. I don't know many of the details, but why didn't Branden stand his ground and fight?

    Doesn't all this "tolerance" include the opinion of people like Branden?

    Every subsequent generation runs more on emotion than logic and reasonableness. Crazy.


    1. You're spot on! He should have fought since he's on the right side after all.

      I actualy just read on the Mozilla Blog how the openly support all those LGBT people and switched to Opera and Opera Mail.

      I won't use Mozilla stuff anymore unless the reverse this BS.

      Stay Safe everybody!


    2. Those who won't remember the mistakes of the past are condemned to repeat them! Look at the evidence from start to finish:


    3. Eich said this:

      "...You’ll also see more from Mozilla under my leadership in the way of efforts to include potential contributors, especially those who lack privilege. …"

      (from Eich's blog.

      "include potential contributors"………."ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO LACK PRIVILEGE"?????????

      What is that supposed to mean?

      What is wrong with this Eich guy?

      He's a milquetoast wishy washy yellow bellied coward spouting bolshevik-speak.

      And that was "before" he "resigned".


    4. Why does everybody run with this "Joo Story" (AP/UPI released) as if it is true and not some kosher theatre? If "they" do a fake bombing, shooting, etc nearly everybody here will see it as such. But when a founder and CEO (of a company that has eventually been compromised by Israel/CIA types) seemingly play-acts, nearly everybody thinks it's real. Many people believe they are "Awake" when they are only partially awake. Pssst, Ladies and Gentlemen: They lie to you ALL the time!

    5. At the very least, that "Eich" character is "in on it".

      Even if it is play-acting on Eich's part (which it probably is) - Eich is a POS for going along with this bullshit.

      The person who posted about is right. We need to disengage from the Poison Media. Its crap designed to trick and screw you.

  2. Gays demand tolerance but offer none themselves.

    1. It's generally true in my experience. The ones who demand the most tolerance for themselves are usually the least tolerant. And yes, they are part of the bigger plan that has been going on for decades (actually MUCH longer) to destroy the family unit. And notice how Jews are always in the lead of these type of movements?!?

  3. They can't afford to, Anon, they're being used by the Elites to destroy our traditional society and culture; they will be thrown under the bus when they've outlived their usefulness.


  5. If it was JUST tolerance, it wouldn't be so bad, but we are forced into ACCEPTANCE.

    1. Agreed.... seems like the degenerates not only want you to 1) tolerate and 2) accept, but they want you to 3) endorse the behaviors. If you dont, they seek to destroy you.

  6. This is going to backfire on Mozilla.I'm done with firefox

  7. Excerpts from Brenden Eich's blog on 26 Mar 14

    Inclusiveness at Mozilla
    I am deeply honored and humbled by the CEO role. I’m also grateful for the messages of support. At the same time, I know there are concerns about my commitment to fostering equality and welcome for LGBT individuals at Mozilla. I hope to lay those concerns to rest, first by making a set of commitments to you. More important, I want to lay them to rest by actions and results.

    A number of Mozillians, including LGBT individuals and allies, have stepped forward to offer guidance and assistance in this. I cannot thank you enough, and I ask for your ongoing help to make Mozilla a place of equality and welcome for all. Here are my commitments, and here’s what you can expect:

    Active commitment to equality in everything we do, from employment to events to community-building.

    Working with LGBT communities and allies, to listen and learn what does and doesn’t make Mozilla supportive and welcoming.

    My ongoing commitment to our Community Participation Guidelines, our inclusive health benefits, our anti-discrimination policies, and the spirit that underlies all of these.
    My personal commitment to work on new initiatives to reach out to those who feel excluded or who have been marginalized in ways that makes their contributing to Mozilla and to open source difficult. More on this last item below.

    I know some will be skeptical about this, and that words alone will not change anything. I can only ask for your support to have the time to “show, not tell”; and in the meantime express my sorrow at having caused pain.

    Mozilla is a movement composed of different people around the world, working productively together on a common mission. This is important to our ability to work and grow around the world.

    Many Mozillians and others know me as a colleague or a friend. They know that I take people as they come and work with anyone willing to contribute. At the same time, I don’t ask for trust free of context, or without a solid structure to support accountability. No leader or person who has a privileged position should. I want to be held accountable for what I do as CEO. I fully expect you all to do so.

    I am committed to ensuring that Mozilla is, and will remain, a place that includes and supports everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, economic status, or religion.

    You will see exemplary behavior from me toward everyone in our community, no matter who they are; and the same toward all those whom we hope will join, and for those who use our products. Mozilla’s inclusive health benefits policies will not regress in any way. And I will not tolerate behavior among community members that violates our Community Participation Guidelines or (for employees) our inclusive and non-discriminatory employment policies.

    You’ll also see more from Mozilla under my leadership in the way of efforts to include potential contributors, especially those who lack privilege. This entails several projects, starting with Project Ascend, which is being developed by Lukas Blakk. I intend to demonstrate with meaningful action my commitment to a Mozilla that lives up to its ideals, including that of being an open and inclusive community.


    Note that the above posting sports the word "Inclusive" 5 times. And "privilege" 2 times.

    I came away with the distinct impression that Mr. Eich is a pussy. A pussy who is too much of a pussy to stand by his supposed views. He even apologized for that his views "caused pain".

    Well you know what? The existence of pussies like Eich cause me pain. I have no idea what that guys problem is. On the one hand he supposedly opposes "Gay Marriage" - which any civilized human being would oppose. On the other hand, Eich apologizes for having those views.

    What a loser. Eich is a loser. Eich is a eunuch. Eich is a pussy.

    1. So nobody else sees this as Joo Theatre? It's real? No conspiracy here? Mozilla has obviously been compromised for quite a while. Skype who stood up to the Global tyrant community (after being harassed by Government Police and Mossad/CIA) to be inevitably sold to Bill G the population reduction expert at Microsoft. This shows you how they utilize "Corporate Pacman" to get all serfs in line with the agenda to control you. Yes, they own the Corporations too. Apparently, they "juped" many with this theatrical act. Their Endgame on this one: People bought that the "Conservative" idiot puppet rolled over on the issue and resigned.

    2. I think it is very likely Joo Theatre as the above poster says.

      I think this was probably a contrived "act" to send a message to the rest of the 'executive types" out there.

    3. If you read what Eich wrote you will clearly see that he employed plenty of kikey buzzwords. Reading his spew, you'd get the impression he's s queer himself. Maybe he is.

      This whole thing does reek of "Joo Publicity Stunt". "Privileged White Guy Does the Right Thing".


      I find it amusing that the filthy jews push this stuff. And no - they won't stop it, until we "stop" them.

  8. Wow, check out the comments here:

    Public opinion does not seem to be on-board with the PC agenda.

    -Mark Pugner

  9. Anyway, the Time article says that executive chairwoman Mitchell Baker "stressed that Mozilla supports equality for all." So I recommend getting a job at Mozilla as a mail-clerk. Presumably you will be paid the same salary as Mitchell Baker, if they really believe in "equality for all."

    -Mark Pugner

  10. Some of you guys are making really good points. I never really thought about it that way, but I think you might be right on saying that even these events are staged. Maybe we should call it a mini false flag?

    Think about it: If there were any remote chance of someone standing up to them, and opposing and speaking out against their bullying, the media would not cover the event at all. They only cover a topic if it can be spun in their favor.


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