Humberto Fontova gives The Free SoftWare Foundation’s founder Richard Stallman – who wouldnt know what freedom is even if it kicked him square inthe balls – a well needed lesson in real freedom, via NewsMax:
As usual, the mainstream media, the writers for John Stewart, Stephen Colbert, David Letterman, Bill Maher, etc. found no material worthy of their bosses’ smirky irony in the scene. Here’s a man adamant about people having “the freedom to control every part of their lives” as guest of honor for a regime that mandates what its subjects, read, say, earn, and eat (both substance and amount), and where they live, travel, or work.
Here’s a hippie-dippy spokesman for peace, love, and total freedom who regards copyright laws as intolerably oppresive smiling gratefully — while being introduced onto the podium by a secret police chief for a KGB and STASI-trained force who jailed and tortured more political prisoners as a percentage of population than Stalin’s police under Lavrenti Beria, and who executed at a higher rate than Hitler’s pre-war Gestapo under Heinrich Himmler.
read the whole smackdown here.