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Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich forced to resign for supporting traditional marriage laws
BY JOEL GEHRKE | APRIL 3, 2014 AT 3:48 PM


Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigned under pressure after gay rights activists demanded that he step down or recant his support of traditional marriage laws.

Eich donated $1,000 to support Proposition 8, the California ballot initiative that amended the state's constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman.

"I don't want to talk about my personal beliefs because I kept them out of Mozilla all these 15 years we've been going,” Eich told The Guardian. “I don't believe they're relevant.”

That wasn't an option. "CEO Brendan Eich should make an unequivocal statement of support for marriage equality," a Credoaction petition signed by almost 75,000 people said, per The Inquirer. "If he cannot, he should resign. And if he will not, the board should fire him immediately."

When asked if his beliefs about marriage should constitute a firing offense the way racism or sexism does, Eich argued that these religious beliefs — and beliefs popular as of 2008 — should not be used as a basis for dismissal.

"I don't believe that's true, on the basis of what's permissible to support or vote on in 2008," he told CNET. "It's still permissible. Beliefs that are protected, that include political and religious speech, are generally not something that can be held against even a CEO. I understand there are people who disagree with me on this one."

On Thursday, Mozilla announced that he had resigned. "Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn't live up to it," executive chairwoman Mitchell Baker wrote. "We know why people are hurt and angry, and they are right"

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Old 04-05-2014, 02:31 PM   #151
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Hey DayeMania bigots are entitled to free speech and association too. That includes religious bigots and anti-traditional marriage/values bigots.
Yeah, and they're free to be pressured into resigning from their jobs at private corporations when it gets said corporation bad press because those in the technology world (you know, the people who actually make all the technology allowing you backward ****s to post stupid things on the internet) find them abhorrent and wish to move on to a world without them.

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Old 04-05-2014, 02:32 PM   #152
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Yeah, and they're free to be pressured into resigning from their jobs at private corporations when it gets said corporation bad press because those in the technology world (you know, the people who actually make all the technology allowing you backward ****s to post stupid things on the internet) find them abhorrent and wish to move on to a world without them.
That's not freedom--or tolerance. It's coercion. You are on the wrong side if you are claiming to be for freedom and tolerance.
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Old 04-05-2014, 02:34 PM   #153
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Yeah, and they're free to be pressured into resigning from their jobs at private corporations when it gets said corporation bad press because those in the technology world (you know, the people who actually make all the technology allowing you backward ****s to post stupid things on the internet) find them abhorrent and wish to move on to a world without them.

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Old 04-05-2014, 02:36 PM   #154
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So if the CEO of Coca-Cola comes out tomorrow and says "the Holocaust is a lie made up by communists, and by the way I personally hate Jewish people, but don't worry we're committed at Coca-Cola to providing a healthy and welcoming environment to people of all faiths", and obviously this story stays in the news for weeks and weeks and their stock price tanks amidst the terrible press, you think he should still be able to keep his job?

If not, why are you being coercive? Why do you hate freedom?
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And cancel SNL and The Colbert Report.

Point is, technology and society have evolved to a point where all we do is get outraged at perceived slights in the opinions, actions or humor of others, and employ social media to turn our personal 1WPs into a movement to wreck their shit.

How can one not see this as corrosive? "I must find people who irritate me and destroy them."

It's like the cartoon, 'Wait!!! Someone's wrong on the internet!!!'
Did someone force this guy to resign?
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Old 04-05-2014, 02:40 PM   #156
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Famous libertarian and gay man speaks out against gay marriage!

I don't see people boycotting his website to force him to resign.


Gays an oppressed minority group? I don’t think so.

If and when gay marriage comes to pass, its advocates will have a much harder time convincing their fellow homosexuals to exercise their “right” than they did in persuading the rest of the country to grant it. That’s because they have never explained—and never could explain—why it would make sense for gays to entangle themselves in a regulatory web and risk getting into legal disputes over divorce, alimony, and the division of property.

Marriage evolved because of the existence of children: without them, the institution loses its biological, economic, and historical basis, its very reason for being. This is not to say childless couples—including gay couples—are any less worthy (or less married) than others. It means only that they are not bound by necessity to a mutual commitment involving the ongoing investment of considerable resources.

From two sets of given circumstances, two parallel traditions have evolved:
one, centered around the rearing of children, is heterosexual marriage, the habits and rules of which have been recognized and formalized by the state. The reason for this recognition is simple: the welfare of the children, who must be protected from neglect and abuse.

The various childless unions and alternative relationships that are an increasing factor in modern society have evolved informally, with minimal state intervention. Rather than anchored by necessity, they are governed by the centrality of freedom.

The prospect of freedom—not only from traditional moral restraints but from legal burdens and responsibilities—is part of what made homosexuality appealing in the early days of the gay-liberation movement.


At any rate, society’s lack of interest in formalizing the love lives of the nation’s homosexuals did not result in any decrease in homosexuality or make it any less visible. Indeed, if the experience of the past 30 years means anything, quite the opposite is the case. By superimposing the legal and social constraints of heterosexual marriage on gay relationships, we will succeed only in de-eroticizing them. Are gay marriage advocates trying to take the gayness out of homosexuality?...

As gay activists grew older, however, and began to channel their political energy into the Democratic Party, they entered a new and more “moderate” phase. Instead of celebrating their unique identity and history, they undertook the arid quest for equality—which meant, in practice, battling “discrimination” in employment and housing, a marginal issue for most gay people—and finally taking up the crusade for gay marriage.

Instead of battling the state, they began to use the state against their perceived enemies. As it became fashionable and politically correct to be “pro-gay,” a propaganda campaign was undertaken in the public schools, epitomized by the infamous “Rainbow Curriculum” and the equally notorious tome for tots Heather Has Two Mommies. For liberals, who see the state not as Nietzsche’s “cold monster” but as a warm and caring therapist who is there to help, this was only natural. The Therapeutic State, after all, is meant to transform society into a liberal utopia where no one judges anyone and everyone listens to NPR...

The homosexual agenda of today has little relevance to the way gay people actually live their lives.

But the legislative agenda of the modern gay-rights movement is not meant to be useful to the gay person in the street: it is meant to garner support from heterosexual liberals and others with access to power
. It is meant to assure the careers of aspiring gay politicos and boost the fortunes of the left wing of the Democratic Party. The gay-marriage campaign is the culmination of this distancing trend, the reductio ad absurdum of the civil rights paradigm.

The modern gay-rights movement is all about securing the symbols of societal acceptance. It is a defensive strategy, one that attempts to define homosexuals as an officially sanctioned victim group afflicted with an inherent disability, a disadvantage that must be compensated for legislatively. But if “gay pride” means anything, it means not wanting, needing, or seeking any sort of acceptance but self-acceptance. Marriage is a social institution designed by heterosexuals for heterosexuals: why should gay people settle for their cast-off hand-me-downs?

http://www.theamericanconservative.c...-gay-marriage/
This man is very gay, has conservative peers in politics but does not condemn their views on gay rights. They accept him as well.
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That's not freedom--or tolerance. It's coercion. You are on the wrong side if you are claiming to be for freedom and tolerance.
I thought you were all about boycotts (in an effort to get people/corporations to change their ways). I mean, that seems like a great free market solution.
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Old 04-05-2014, 02:44 PM   #158
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Did someone force this guy to resign?
Well, there was a dynamic being created making it untenable for him to stay.
The logical inference, is he had to, imo or create more problems.
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So if the CEO of Coca-Cola comes out tomorrow and says "the Holocaust is a lie made up by communists, and by the way I personally hate Jewish people, but don't worry we're committed at Coca-Cola to providing a healthy and welcoming environment to people of all faiths", and obviously this story stays in the news for weeks and weeks and their stock price tanks amidst the terrible press, you think he should still be able to keep his job?

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So if the CEO of Coca-Cola comes out tomorrow and says "the Holocaust is a lie made up by communists, and by the way I personally hate Jewish people, but don't worry we're committed at Coca-Cola to providing a healthy and welcoming environment to people of all faiths", and obviously this story stays in the news for weeks and weeks and their stock price tanks amidst the terrible press, you think he should still be able to keep his job?

If not, why are you being coercive? Why do you hate freedom?
Hey BEP this post was for you, plz respond.
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I thought you were all about boycotts (in an effort to get people/corporations to change their ways). I mean, that seems like a great free market solution.
A boycott isn't exactly a free market solution and I have been saying that for awhile. Where have you been? I don't know where you get that I am "ALL about" political boycotts. I am for people voting with their feet on their own individually if they don't like a company preferably over the quality of their product, service etc. But it can be for any reason. It's not a noisy organized activity like a boycott which is an organized political affair that is using the market politically to bring about a desired political end by intentionally hurting the person economically. Voting with ones feet just happens naturally on its own.

If you're referring to my buying a chicken sandwich at Chik-fila that was in reaction to a boycott on them, which I did not support as it was an act of political organization in order to coerce just like any sanctions on another country. Punishing someone for their views as opposed to their business practices.

You lefties misunderstand what a free market really is. It's not really a political thing or activity. There is a difference. You guys willingly refuse to look at it. Plus you rarely understand what is meant by markets. You think of them as political tools of coecian---which is not surprising.
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I respond to what I want. Not because I am told I have to. I don't operate that way.
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A boycott isn't exactly a free market solution and I have been saying that for awhile. Where have you been? I don't know where you get that I am for political boycotts. I am for people voting with their feet on their own individually if they don't like a company preferably over the quality of their product, service etc. But it can be for any reason. It's not a noisy organized activity like a boycott which is an organized political affair that is using the market politically to bring about a desired political end.

If you're referring to my buying a chicken sandwich at Chik-fila that was in reaction to a boycott on them, which I did not support as it was an act of political organization in order to coerce just like any sanctions on another country. Punishing someone for their views as opposed to their business practices.

You lefties misunderstand what a free market really is. It's not really a political thing or activity. There is a difference. You guys willingly refuse to look at it.
I'm pretty sure you've specifically advocated boycotting a particular business due to politics.
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I don't buy Coca-Cola because it's not good for you and I excercise that choice by voting with my feet buying other drinks. Usually water, but they make that now too.
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