Fwd: [GA] 2018 budget proposal & 2017 results
ahilter at keemail.me
ahilter at keemail.me
Mon Oct 7 09:49:47 BST 2019
Too bad that the archive is no longer publicly readable. I followed everything quietly for a while full of admiration. Now I had to register to be able to read on. The advantage is that I now have one more reason to write. And now that this subhuman Florian Snow is no longer there, I dare to speak openly.
Thank you Daniel for driving this monster away! He just tried to distract by saying that he is a "volunteer", but you beat him with his own weapons. Ingenious, as you attributed to him, Google wouldn't spy, although he just said Google has no influence on him. Otherwise this scumbag would never have stopped writing. Anyway, I've had enough of all the mails from him. So thank you again, Daniel. We don't need such scum here.
Keep it up!
Oct 5, 2019, 10:33 by Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro>:
> On 04/10/2019 21:25, Florian Snow wrote:
>> On October 4, 2019 8:27:17 PM GMT+02:00, Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.pro> wrote:
>>> Stasi HQ
>> Thank you for reminding me of the reason I stopped debating with you a while ago and why I > shouldn't have started again.
> You started again on Monday opening a thread with an email that appeared
> very personal. There was nothing about free software in there, it was
> all about me in a role I resigned from over a year ago.
>> And just for everyone else who is wondering: I am a volunteer, like many others that Daniel > attacks, calls terrorists, spies, and bribed by Google. But I guess the negative salary that > the FSFE pays me is so heavily influenced by Google that I just don't realize how wrong I am.
> If we set aside the terrorist stuff, how can you say Google is not spying?
> Bribing and corporate influence are not the same thing, I've only
> alleged the latter. The fact that Google has their own line in the
> spreadsheet shows that their interests are at the front of everybody's
> minds in FSFE.
> 9 November is the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall coming down. To
> celebrate, why not send Google's money back to them?
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