[FSUG-Bangalore] FSF should distance itself from undemocratic, illegal, immoral and unjustifiable acts of protest.

Nagarjuna G. nagarjun at gnowledge.org
Tue Nov 18 13:04:30 IST 2008

On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 12:21 PM, haynes davis <haynesdavis at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Boycott-Novell protest that was staged during the National Conference at
> Kochi was really unfortunate. Not because of the ideology of Boycott-Novell,
> but the the intentions of some of the protesters.
> Was it good to paste posters in other stalls and on someone else's posters?
> Was not it against the principles of freedom? Was it good enough to
> challenge the organizers that 10 posters will be pasted for each one
> removed? So the intentions seemed to be to interrupt the function rather
> than raising a cause. And the saddest part is that the protester himself was
> one of the organizer. The organizers gave us the opportunity to raise our
> concerns through open forum or  posters, but with out infringing on others
> freedom,without disrupting the function.
> Why some among us is writing articles in news papers opposing such
> initiatives live Kochi Conference? Do you think it was journalist who dug up
> the issue of cpim hijack of FSF. Some among us are creating confusion
> regarding the GRAND HIJACK THEORY. Why does not the FSF people stop the
> double speak. Please make the things straight and clean. Cpim has supported

who are the  FSF people are doing the double speak?

Second, please do not identify FSF and FSFI.  These are two different
sister organizations.


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