__/ [ Mark Kent ] on Saturday 21 April 2007 12:39 \__
> John Locke <johnlocke98513@xxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>> On Sat, 21 Apr 2007 01:10:54 +0200, Hadron Quark
>>>Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>> On Fri, 20 Apr 2007 23:22:17 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>> Open source protester crashes speech by Bill Gates at Chinese
>>>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>>>| Gates, who is very popular on Chinese campuses, had just finished a
>>>>>| speech at Peking University and was handing out prizes to students
>>>>>| when a Chinese man walked on stage and unveiled a banner with "free
>>>>>| software, open source" written in English on it.
>>>> Once again Roy, you decieve and twist by creating a headline which is
>>>> different from the story you are "reporting" on.
>>>> Your headline reads that Gates speech was "interrupted", yet clearly it
>>>> says "Gates [...] had just finished a speech..."
>>>> Why do you feel the need to embellish and falsify so many headlines?
>>>Because he is a liar and a spammer.
>> Actually, the article says:
>> "A protester calling for free computer software and open source
>> programming crashed a speech Friday by Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill
>> Gates at one of China's top universities."
>> So it appears Roy's title wsn't that far off.
>>>Interestingly, as Gates was doing his thing, the OSS zealot just made the
>>>OSS community look like a bunch of terrorists.
>> I actually sort of half agree with..must have a fever. The OSS guy is
>> an idiot. This is something I would never advocate.
> It's very much a Microsoft tactic, and I'm not sure how comfortable I am
> with adopting their tactics. That said, there is not much Linux budget
> to counter Mr Bill Gates handing out bribes
Like paying Enderle to stick steretypes and glue them to GNU/Linux users.
Rob Enderle: 'I have a hard time seeing the Zealots as any different from
terrorist... I strongly believe that if September 11 showed us anything, it
was that zealots'
Media control by Microsoft and its proxy (interest group/'charity'/investment
firm), the Gates Foundation:
Gates sold 100,000 Univision shares-SEC filing
,----[ Quote ]
| The foundation said it sold its remaining stake in Univision,
| which is in the process of being acquired by private investors,
| for an average of $35.34 per share in open market transactions.
Bill Gates lends cash to buy newspapers
$350 million to MediaNews
,----[ Quote ]
| Gates involvement has been very behind the scenes. In fact many of
| those involved in the deal didn'teven know he was one of the investors.
| It was carried out through the Gates Foundation, the world's largest
| philanthropy outfit.
~~ With kind regards
Roy S. Schestowitz | "Oops. My brain just hit a bad sector"
http://Schestowitz.com | RHAT GNU/Linux ¦ PGP-Key: 0x74572E8E
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