Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Microsoft, Linux and the Pro-Life movement

·        Given that all Catholics should be pro-Life by their very nature we thought you might like to know a little about computer programmes we use every day and which ones are ethical, and which ones are not.

Bill Gates - Wikipeadia
I think all Pro-Life people should use Linux. I had mine installed by an IT worker at the university. He basically charged me a mere £30, but with debugging that rose to £70. The programmes are of course free. There are different versions of Linux. You may have heard that Microsoft is going to withdraw servicing to Windows XP but that doesn’t mean you can’t still use it. In fact I have both Windows and Linux on my system, in case, as sometimes happens, there is something I can’t do on Linux. The Windows system was already installed, so there was no point in deleting it, as it was paid for a long time ago. Obviously if I was buying a completely new set-up, I would avoid Windows totally.
               Please note that Hewlett-Packard systems are also to be avoided, as they give to pro-abortion causes. Mozilla Firefox, the web browser, also recently sacked it CEO for supporting traditional marriage. Please see this EWTN article on why Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard products are to be avoided if at all possible and they, along with the Rockefeller Foundation and the World Bank are directing billions into population control. The link here shows that Bill Gates by 2004 had already donated $2.2 billion to population control
By the Prayer Crusader under the Patronage of St Jane Frances deChantal


1 comment:

  1. This is good information but nearly all computers come with Microsoft Windows already installed, any suggestions on how to stop this?