Brendan Eich

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Brendan Eich, computer scientist and software designer, Founder of the Brave web browser an previously co-founder of the Mozilla Company. Eich is the creator of the programming language JavaScript and he designed both the widely used browser Brave and the formerly-widely used web browser "Mozilla Firefox".

Cancellation of Brendan Eich during tenure at Mozilla

In 2014, Eich was shamefully bullied out of his newly appointed position as C.E.O. of Mozilla by LGBT militants who discovered that he had opposed same-sex "marriage" by making a donation of $1,000 to California's Proposition 8 upholding traditional marriage. These donations are supposed to be protected by confidentiality legislation but the homo-fascists managed to snoop out and expose his involvement. After a few days of pressure, Eich stepped down. As such, he is among the first Victims of Cancel Culture. In 2022, Journalists for Tech Radar reported that Mozilla alleges that a Non-Disclosure-Agreement was signed between Eich and Mozilla, since Eich's departure, Mozilla's Firefox brouwser has declined, it now holds just a 4% market share[1]

Newt Gingrich called the event an "open, blatant example of the new fascism." Charles Krauthammer called it "totalitarian." Pat Buchanan labeled it "the new blacklist" and RedState headlined it as "a fascist purge."

Leftist comedian Bill Maher called the perpetrators the "gay mafia," and even well-known homosexual media personalities condemned it. Andrew Sullivan said "it disgusts me" and radio broadcaster Tammy Bruce called those responsible the "gay gestapo."

"What could be stranger," commented Whistleblower editor David Kupelian, on the stunning hypocrisy of today's left, "than witnessing the ongoing 'fundamental transformation' of America at the hands of people claiming to stand for fairness, tolerance, diversity, free speech and the common man - yet who unfailingly end up taking us, kicking and screaming, in the exact opposite direction?" He called his article "THE NEW FASCISM." [2]

See also: Partisan tolerance and Cancel culture

President Barack Obama said nothing as he did not wish to anger the powerful Gaystapo lobby in America.

Founding Brave

Official logo of Brave, founded by Brendan Eich.

Eich has since set up his own independent software company which has launched its own original and independent browser named Brave as a free alternative to Mozilla Firefox. Brave has a lot of new ideas and firewalls built into it that are not offered by Mozilla. It blocks ads and trackers enabling the user to browse the web more speedily. By using it members of the public can help Eich and do their bit to fight injustice and tyranny. [3] [4]

Brave has benefited from increasing awareness of the importance of privacy among consumers. The latest figures show the browser now attracts 50 million monthly users, which is double the figure from a year ago, and quadruple the year before that.[5] TechRadar says of Brave,
"It has a lot of ground to make up before it can hope to challenge the dominance of Google and other incumbents. However, as Eich’s story demonstrates, the internet is littered with the corpses of fallen giants. The cry for greater privacy on the web is growing louder and louder, and Brave has put itself in a position to ride the zeitgeist." -TechRadar[6]

On February 14, 2019, the social media network Gab developed a web browser named Dissenter, an open source web browser based on Brave,[7] that allows conversations around individual URL's and creates a public square on them where anyone can leave a comment.[8]