Greetings Firefox User!

Unfortunately because you tried to access Socon or Bust using Mozilla’s FireFox, we cannot permit you to read our Blog (note:  our older posts are still accessible, but this will be inaccessible to you in the near future as well).  In April 2014, Mozilla forced its CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign over his personal support for traditional marriage. The firing followed a vicious smear campaign against Eich by dating website OKCupid, in which OKCupid blocked Mozilla users from visiting their website.  We would therefore prefer that our users not use Mozilla software to access Socon or Bust, given Mozilla’s crackdown on political and religious positions held by millions of North Americans.

Please consider using another Browser to access Socon or Bust, as well as dumping Firefox completely for all your browsing activities.  Unless we stand against this tyranny now, the price later will be much, much greater.  Thanks for your support and consider signing the pledge to dump Firefox.

What Else You Can Do

It is important that people give Mozilla pushback–and a lot of it–because the less people suffer the consequences of this kind of behavior, the more it will be invited in the future.

You want Christians to experience a new and even worse persecution than what they’re facing now? Do nothing.

You want to fight back? Here’s what you can do . . .

1) Mozilla has a web page where you can leave feedback on its Firefox browser.

THAT WEB PAGE IS HERE.

At the time of this writing, the feedback in the last day has been 93% negative, and many of the comments are withering. You can read them here.

2) You can tell them of your displeasure by social media, including:

6 Responses to “Socon or Bust Does Not Permit FireFox Access”
  1. RRBILL says:

    Sorry guys. With all the real problems in the world, this is trivia.

  2. Paycheck says:

    Tell you what, Bill, you go on dealing with the “real problems” in the world, and leave the “trivia” to us. At the end of the day, we’ll compare notes and see who’s gotten farther. Deal?

  3. jmstalk says:

    RRBIll,

    One thing is for sure, you don’t have vision. Firing someone or forcing them to resign because of a private donation they made years ago is the first nail in the coffin of free speech and freedom of conscience. Perhaps you don’t think these rights are worth fighting for, but a lot of people do. And it is going to affect Mozilla’s bottom line.

  4. squeaker says:

    Hi Bill,

    It’s hard to imagine something more fundamental that freedom of speech, isn’t it?

  5. Leonard says:

    Is there a page with instructions on how to block Firefox users from accessing a blog? Thanks.

  6. Citizen says:

    How can a democratic thinking society legalize homosexuality? Are they that apathetic, and indifferent that they don’t realize that Western Human Rights Acts consider legalized behaviors, as human rights and social justices? These so-called human rights are normalized by adult schoolteachers, and their homosexual activist friends to impressionable children starting with Kindergarteners. Clubs are formed by government decree, as human rights to recruit children by teachers and homosexual activists into morbid behaviors. The homosexual activists say that some Kindergarteners may be born homosexual naturally, so the rest will be legally, as human rights be nurtured by adult teachers and homosexual activists to accept homosexual behavior as a normal alternative.What kind of a democratic society perverts it’s children in schools like this ? Why are you changing the character of our Civilization through perverting innocent children? No wonder homosexual activists believe they own the law and popular media. They can talk democratic voting citizens,politicians,the CBC and media moguls into legalizing anything.

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