The Fascism of the Intolerant Left

One of the founders of Mozilla and developer of Java script language, Brandon Eich has been forced out of his CEO position by an unruly mob of the authoritarian progressives.  It seems he made a $1000 contribution supporting California’s Proposition 8, SIX YEARS AGO!

The progressives will not allow a view contrary to theirs. All opposing views must GO!

With that in mind, would these same fascist and mindless progressives demand that the current pResident resign his position for having the same views against gay marriage as did Eich.

Somehow, these fascists will make endless exceptions and excuses.

UPDATE: The left is trying to disguise their tactics on this matter as that of “capitalism”.  People boycotting companies or individuals because they are antithesis of their “values”.  Capitalism, really?  Mozilla did not lose sales on Firefox – their product is FREE.  No capitalism there, perhaps they should look up the word “capitalism” in the dictionary, like they tried to do when the term “fascism” or “fascistic” was applied to this disgusting witch hunt.  As I said, they will find the justification to defend their practice of intolerance (a keyword in the definition of fascism).  But details, never got in their way before.  Besides, there are those who believe that the Eich incident should be just the start:

Purge? Where have I heard that before.

Besides, if conservative companies decided to go after employees or management for having beliefs or actively supported ideas that went against the companies’ “values”, would the left be okay with that.  It is capitalism after all!

8 thoughts on “The Fascism of the Intolerant Left

  1. Retired Spook April 5, 2014 / 6:50 pm

    Not only is the Left intolerant, they’ve created a set of contradictions that would be somewhat humorous if they weren’t so sad.


    The six contradictions of socialism in the United States of America:

    1. America is capitalist and greedy

    – yet half of the population is subsidized.

    2. Half of the population is subsidized

    – yet they think they are victims.

    3. They think they are victims

    – yet their representatives run the government.

    4. Their representatives run the government

    – yet the poor keep getting poorer.

    5. The poor keep getting poorer

    – yet they have things that people in other countries only dream about.

    6. They have things that people in other countries only dream about

    – yet they want America to be more like those other countries.

    • Cluster April 5, 2014 / 8:56 pm

      Well said but I would call this FUBAR – not a conundrum

    • Roxannity April 7, 2014 / 11:19 am

      Right? So glad to hear that from somebody besides me!!!

    • Roxannity April 7, 2014 / 11:21 am

      Spook, do you have a blogsite? I would love to hear more of what you have…but I can’t find you.

  2. Amazona April 5, 2014 / 7:02 pm

    It is more and more clear that the Party of Tolerance and Diversity is totally intolerant of anyone or anything outside its very narrow ideological confines.

    There is a recent story about a woman told she can’t go near her child’s school, who is threatened with civil action as well as criminal charges, for trying to talk to other parents about Common Core.

    Some of us predicted, back when the screeching about “HATE SPEECH !!!!!” and “HATE CRIMES!!!!” started to gain traction that this would lead to Thought Police and infringement upon free speech.

    Remember way back when, when we used to proclaim that the United States was a “nation of law”? Waaaayyyy back, before we had a national Attorney General instructing his staff that they would not prosecute black-on-white crime, before we had a policy of simply not applying laws to people who are here illegally, before an assault on a person not belonging to an artificially invented Protected Class would be treated under the law the same way as an assault on a person of color, or a gay person, or any of the other Protected Class”

    Back when laws were made by Congress, and changed only by Congress, and not created or modified or dismissed or ignored by the Executive Branch? Back when we had three branches of government, before the 4th branch of unelected political appointees of government agencies assumed such undelegated power and started to simply make up their own laws?

    Back when an authority or responsibility not specifically delegated to the federal government in the Constitution, or prohibited by the Constitution, was known to be in the realm of authority and responsibility of the States, or of the People?

    Back when political speech was protected and pornography banned, and not the opposite of that approach today?

    • Roxannity April 7, 2014 / 11:22 am

      Amazoma, you also ..I would so like to hear more of what you have to say..Do you blog?

      • Amazona April 7, 2014 / 12:42 pm

        Roxy, this is it as far as my blogging goes. You would probably find some who think I do too much of it here 🙂

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