The board voted unanimously to post the following statement on the FSF website: While our primary mission is freedom for software users, we want to be clear, the FSF board unanimously condemns misogyny, racism,and other bigotry as well as defamation, intimidation, and unfair attacks on free thought and speech.
@fsf Oh great, centralism.
Tell that to your #LibrePlanet staff that you lied too.
Tell that to your PAYING members that you made this decision on #RMS that they didn't vote for.
@fsf Tell me officially RMS is back and I will support you much more than I used to do in the past. Stallman is a pain in the ass for companies like Google, Microsoft and fucking Red Hat. So I don't get surprise they are the first to pressure.
@fsf This is meaningless until it is backed up by action by removing Stallman from the FSF board and GNU. I am also disappointed by validating the bad faith attacks trying to deligitimize people's free speech by claiming they are somehow violating Stallman's right to free speech by holding him accountable. Trying to appease both sides typically ends up pleasing no one.
@fsf I have an idea, why don't you and rms have a videoconference or irc discussion with prominent supporters of the remove rms petition like Debian and GNOME? Rms claims it was a misunderstanding so if it was this would smooth it out.
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