My guess is that this poster is also Anti Semitic... same sort of mindset.
>Microsoft has special people who search everywhere on the internet
>for anything that might be a technological advance in mostly software
>technology because software is easy to steal, buy or copy.
>In the 1980's Bill Gates had seen cp/m from Gary Kildall and told IBM
>that Microsoft could provide an operating system. Bill Gates and
>Steve Ballmer simply bought a cheap cp/m rip-off named Q-dos for
>$50,000 illegally stolen by Tim Paterson who simply copied it from
>disassembled cp/m machine code. Gary Kildall found out and tried to
>sue IBM and Microsoft. Unfortunately for Gary, Bill Gates father was
>a powerfull lawyer employed by the Rockefeller family, so the judge
>made a statement. For every PC wheter an original IBM or a IBM clone,
>customers had to pay Microsoft even when the customer only wanted
>Gary's cp/m based dr-dos. These practises are still used by Microsoft
>today. If you want a laptop or PC you are forced to buy it with a
>Microsoft product named Windows. They pretend you have a choice to
>not pay for Windows. Usually if you do not want Windows, they have to
>take out the harddrive with its Windows recovery partition and to
>replace it with a clean harddrive. So buying a PC or laptop without
>Windows will simply cost you more. Most stores however simply refuse
>you to sell the PC or laptop if you don't want Windows.
>Did Microsoft invented Windows themselves? Is Windows stolen
>And Bill Gates had seen Xerox Star so he bought such a Xerox Star
>machine (made in 1978), it would take Microsoft 13 years to duplicate
>its operating system capabilities, and they named it Windows 3.1.
>Meanwhile Gary Kildall got a tragic accident, unexplainable head
>injury wich caused his death shortly after writing a book that Bill
>Gates and Steve Ballmer steal technology from whomever they can.
>Gary's son is still scared of Microsoft so the book remains sealed.
>And Microsoft kept on stealing technology. Visicalc became Microsofy
>Excell. Borland became Microsoft Developer Studio, Wordstar became
>Microsoft word. Netscape became Internet Explorer. 3dFx became
>Microsoft directX, Lernaut&Hauspie became Microsoft speech synthesis
>and recognition. Even the Windows 95 taskbar and startmenu where
>stolen from a graphical user interface made by another company in
>1987 than named Icon Bar.
>Almost nobody knows the original inventors of the by Microsoft stolen
>technology and about the highly unexplainable death rates under
>original software inventors. Who knows Stacker? The company from who
>Microsoft stole their compression technology for filesystems? Even
>fat32 the filesystem for wich other companies have to pay Microsoft
>for, was stolen. Microsoft hires special companies to scare
>programmers and inventors with braindead, cardiac arrest, lifelong
>unemployement, lifelong prosecution, tragic car accidents (Avalon
>programmer found dead, Netscape programmers found blood on their
>PC's, programmers wrapped and choked to death naked in their own
>bedsheets, Gary Kildall's dead, Remy Belvaux's dead, and many
>more....) These programmers had all one thing in common, they made
>something Microsoft wanted, and for some reason Bill Gates and Steve
>Ballmer simply for no reason wanted them dead. All Microsoft does is
>hire professional companies to search and kill programmers for their
>code, work or something else Microsoft wants or sees as a threat.
>This is Microsoft's business model.
>In 2001 e.g. a second grade university student made the graphical
>command line interface. You just had to see it to know it was
>innovative. You typed in commands just like dos but it had the same
>capabilities like a webbrowser and came with its own compiler for it.
>Imagine a dos prompt with images, buttons, windows, 3d reality, video
>support, the internet as if it where a directory on your local
>harddrive. And steve.ball...@ceo.microsoft.com and
>bill.ga...@chairman.microsoft.com send the young programmer a
>contract that he would never talk about it, that it now was Microsoft
>property, Microsoft would not have to pay any costs. But the
>programmer refused and mailed them he would make it open source. And
>Steve Ballmer mailed the student it would be tragic to suffer a
>tragic and horrifying death.
>You can search google for 'Steve Ballmer kill....' and you will find
>that Steve Ballmer even threatens highly placed people with death and
>evenso boasted that he killed people before.
>You don't have to guess, the programmer who made the graphical
>commandline interface got infected with a tragic bacteria from his
>PC's keyboard, got blind and later went into coma and drained in his
>own blood when his lungs collapsed vomiting blood in the process.
>Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer have special ruthless people specialised
>in these kind of crimes. The programmers girlfriend experienced a
>tragic unexplainable head trauma causing prolonged coma, she will
>never talk again.
>These things happen because people believe Bill Gates and Steve
>Ballmer are kind and loving persons. Students who invent innovative
>products really believe Microsoft is an honest business.
>Meanwhile Bill Gates paid over $40 million dollar to elect George
>Bush. The first thing Bush did was dropping all antitrust charges
>from many companies all over America against Microsoft providing Bill
>Gates and Steve Ballmer with diplomatic immunity. Bill also finances
>Bush his reelection. As a member of the Gates family Bill and
>Microsoft have all the support from the highest than CIA official
>Robert Gates, the Rockerfellers and Rothschilds. Microsofts bribes
>law officials, police officers, hires companies like Blackwater all
>to kill off anyone who they can steal from.
>But why does Microsoft not provide the customer with a graphical
>command line interface? The answer is simple, no matter how good
>something might be, it does not force people to buy more copies of
>Microsoft Windows. The graphical commandline interface will one day
>show up as an invention by Microsoft Research just like oil companies
>kill off inventors who make engines a tiny bit more efficient.
>Compare Microsoft's power with an oil company. One big oil company
>named Microsoft stealing and killing people who have little bits of
>oil and then forcing customers to buy Microsoft oil, and a small tiny
>oil company named Apple, and a company giving their oil away for free
>Microsoft will ever have to keep on killing young smart but naive
>programmers all over the world especially before they might
>contribute to Linux. Microsoft deliberately keeps stolen technology
>off the market, reducing advancement in operating systems.
>Innovative young smart and naive programmers are simply murdered
>before they can contribute to Linux. These pour souls believe in the
>lie that Microsoft pays for an invention.
>Like steve.ball...@ceo.microsoft.com once said to such a tragic soul
>'Nothing provides me more pleasure than to know you will die an
>extremely painful death!'
>Read more search on google for 'Why I hate Microsoft'
>'Programmer found dead'
>'Gary Kildall the man who could have been Bill Gates'
>'Steve Ballmer kill...'
>'Microsoft's touch of death'
>When Bush was reelected people thought the voting computers where
>messed with. You can search for how many Diebold computerprogrammers
>where found dead suddenly. This is the business model of Microsoft,
>even bribing the president. See Bush and Gates together celebrating
>their crimes, google for 'bill gates and bush' on google image
>The only solution for young programmers is to not innovate. To not
>make software wich never has been made before. And if they still want
>to do it, they have to work for free by making it open source and
>work with many other open source people. Sure Steve Ballmer calls
>Linux programmers cancers who attach themselves to Microsofts
>intellectual property, but these programmers have no other choice.
>Microsoft is not an example of capitalism. In capitalism several
>manufacturers or producers offer their products, the market
>determines a fair price. Compare this to Microsoft's exorbitantly
>high profit margins over 80%, they simply force their customers to
>buy it, they kill off any competition. Communism means everything
>belongs to the state, in this case everything belongs to Microsoft
>(they even own the president), so Microsoft is far more likely like
>communism in its worst form, a nightmare for any unknowing naive
>programmer facing an evil never seen in the software industry before.