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Microsoft Still Stands for Poverty, Racism, and Militarism

"Our only hope today lies in our ability to recapture the revolutionary spirit and go into a sometimes hostile world declaring eternal hostility to poverty, racism, and militarism."

--Martin Luther King Jr.



The real Microsoft; Microsoft when you criticise it



Summary: Despite overt censorship attempts it remains abundantly clear that Microsoft is very much in bed with the military, working cohesively with those whose agenda is openly and blatantly racist, oppressive, greed-driven and sometimes murderous

Martin Luther King Jr. was a clever man. Microsoft would never hire him. Even if it tried, he would certainly decline (he died before Microsoft committed its many crimes).



"I am not interested in power for power`s sake," he famously said, "but I`m interested in power that is moral, that is right and that is good."

"Microsoft is abundantly imperialistic and a report from the US could not rule out Microsoft's foul play in relation to JEDI."“Injustice must be exposed," he said separately, "with all the tension its exposure creates, to the light of human conscience and the air of national opinion before it can be cured.”

As readers are aware, an intern recently volunteered herself to help us pursue justice, which is what she wanted to do as an author at Techrights. She was working on a story about how Microsoft had 'stolen' the Pentagon contract (JEDI), likely by cheating and sucking up to Donald Trump with racist ICE work -- work that it repeatedly refused to walk away from. There was evidence of this, even in the media.

“Peace and justice are two sides of the same coin,” Dwight Eisenhower said. Well, Microsoft chose both militarism (Pentagon) and racism (ICE). It's all about money. We could remark also on the Gates family in relation to multi-generational eugenics work (Bill Jr. isn't the first). But let's leave that aside for today...

"Microsoft has a broad network of and for direct and implicit censorship, working hard to ensure domination of the press and the narrative in the public minds."Microsoft is, as documentation shows, sexist, racist and pro-military. Microsoft is abundantly imperialistic and a report from the US could not rule out Microsoft's foul play in relation to JEDI.

The intern was forced (more or less) to not publish her work after an advisor at a university that works closely with Microsoft (e.g. on so-called 'studies') strongly discouraged her, partly by means of libeling yours truly (anonymously of course!). Microsoft has a broad network of and for direct and implicit censorship, working hard to ensure domination of the press and the narrative in the public minds. The European Patent Office (EPO) did the same to European media. Benoît Battistelli bribed the media many times and almost every day (weekdays) the EPO under António Campinos openly advertises bribes for academia. To twist the above quote from Eisenhower, power and money are two sides of the same coin, and money begets power (also vice versa). This means that those with the money can muzzle their critics. In the long run, however, they're doomed to lose the arguments because facts are on our side and they cannot eternally pay off the media to pass lies. People aren't dumb enough to absorb everything that corporate media (funded by corporations) tells them.

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