You should have already uninstalled Firefox.
You should have uninstalled it because its parent company, Mozilla, ousted its leader, Brendan Eich – who was basically working at the company as a form of charity – in 2014 for being a Christian.
Then, you should have uninstalled it because after Eich was forced out, the browser turned into absolute garbage, and became virtually unusable.
Now, however, anyone who keeps Firefox on their computer is effectively a traitor to America, and to the entire human race, if not to the universe itself.
Mozilla has just released a completely unhinged, lunatic statement calling for an even more extreme crackdown on free speech, which involves as of yet not understood methods of censorship.
This is from their official blog, a post written by current CEO Mitchell Baker:
There is no question that social media played a role in the siege and take-over of the US Capitol on January 6.
But as reprehensible as the actions of Donald Trump are, the rampant use of the internet to foment violence and hate, and reinforce white supremacy is about more than any one personality. Donald Trump is certainly not the first politician to exploit the architecture of the internet in this way, and he won’t be the last. We need solutions that don’t start after untold damage has been done.
Changing these dangerous dynamics requires more than just the temporary silencing or permanent removal of bad actors from social media platforms.
Additional precise and specific actions must also be taken:
Reveal who is paying for advertisements, how much they are paying and who is being targeted.
Commit to meaningful transparency of platform algorithms so we know how and what content is being amplified, to whom, and the associated impact.
Turn on by default the tools to amplify factual voices over disinformation.
Work with independent researchers to facilitate in-depth studies of the platforms’ impact on people and our societies, and what we can do to improve things.
These are actions the platforms can and should commit to today. The answer is not to do away with the internet, but to build a better one that can withstand and gird against these types of challenges. This is how we can begin to do that.
What they are talking about is using high tech machine learning algorithms and censoring every kind of speech that Jews disagree with as a kind of pre-crime measure.
Hey Mozilla – why not just install computer chips in people’s brains that regulate their thoughts?
Isn’t that obviously where this is all going? Everyone sees that. So, why not just come out and say it, frankly?
Who is Mozilla?
As I said, in 2014, Mozilla ousted their White Christian CEO because he was a Christian.
Who is running their company now?
Well, when you click on “who we are” on their website, it shows a stock photo of a black bitch and a white bitch.
But the head of the company, currently, and the author of the “control the minds of the goyim” statement released this week, is Mitchell Baker – who, despite having a man’s name, is a used up white woman. She is ugly (like something out of Resident Evil, actually) and has a short Lesbian, rug-munching hairstyle.
Her Wikipedia page says that she studied Chinese Communist Propaganda in college – which is funny on a number of different levels.
Of the 11 members of the leadership team of Mozilla, 7 are women. Didn’t you know? Women have really played a crucial role in developing the internet, right? Made lots of major contributions, like posting pictures of their disgusting tits and what they ate for dinner.
Of the four men, two are visibly Jewish.
It is absolutely bizarre to have Mozilla, which was the successor to Netscape, coming out and demanding mass censorship on a whole new scale. Netscape and then Mozilla always represented the original idea of the internet, which was freedom. Freedom for everyone. Total democratization of speech and thought.
It’s a big Jewish joke to take a company like that and have them become the forefront of calling for shutting everyone down and creating new sociological departments to create algorithms that will shut people down as soon as they might come close to considering disagreeing with Jews.
I called the events of January 6 and this really is like deja vu all over again, watching all of these rats come out and demand new forms of censorship, new ways to control the thoughts of the people.
You’re going to see backbone internet services coming out with new forms of censorship, and you’re going to see companies like Comcast and the various cellphone companies beginning discussions about hard blocking web addresses. Frankly, I’m not going to be at the top of that discussion, because I’m blacklisted from being discussed in the media, but it will be Alex Jones, QAnon stuff, 4chan, whatever – they’ll say they need to prevent people from communicating with each other by any means necessary.
Remember that, always: if they control your speech, they control your thoughts. That is what this is about. They want to control your thoughts, because they believe that they own not only your body, but your mind and your soul.
Mozilla Cares About Privacy?
Mozilla literally declared they want to hunt down and destroy the brains of anyone who disagrees with the ruling elite – and yet they are out there claiming that they care about privacy.
Do you trust an organization that has literally stated publicly that they have a desire to physically go into your brain and rearrange your thoughts to protect your privacy?
Personally, I would not trust that.
Instead, I would trust Brendan Eich, the white CHRISTIAN who runs Brave Browser.
Install it on your computer and on your phone, and refuse to use any other browser. It is not only the most moral and the most CHRISTIAN of any browser, but it is also – by pure coincidence, I’m sure – the one that works the best.
Firefox is not only a crappy browser, they think they have a right to control your thoughts. They think they own your soul. These people are actually pure evil.
Brave not only doesn’t try to censor you, but they are actively, aggressively against censorship, and include Tor access in their browser.