Danish FreeBSD Developer hates jews collectively

From: ossobserver
Date: Thu May 09 2019 - 14:11:21 EST

Background: Apparently a FreeBSD developer, a viking looking fellow, has been hiding a secret: just as many of his predecessors in the Danish cities during WWII (collaborators); He has a disdain for "the jews" collectively.

(No great surprise: he is a european, and past actions speak louder than any present words.)

Thus he blaims them collectively for the modern military slaughter of innocents we see from all modern militaries (Usually it's the USA however)

Apparently there was a debate, you can see it here: https://twitter.com/bsdphk/status/1126199508449341440

He also seems to lament the Danish uprisings against the nazis of the past (which he sees as not the finest thing).

So he's clearly a white who hates the jews.
He probably has no problem with white women ruling over him, ofcourse: that's "the way it should be".

Then someone decided to attempt to "CoC" him (report him and get him thrown out of FreeBSD).

No man should be thrown out of a code project for their beliefs regarding endless slaughter. Slaughter is the "work" of men: and it is right for them to have an opinion regarding it - it is only natural. The blacksmith has an opinion on the qualities of various sourced iron, the thresher: his grain, and the man: in what ways and quantities blood should be shed.

(Women should be thrown out of code projects before they utter a word, naturally, for banning men from marrying young girls, ofcourse (YHWH allows men to marry young girls: Devarim chapter 22 verse 28 (na'ar (hebrew masoretic text: child)) (padia (greek septuagint: child)) (puella (latin vulgate: young girl)))

So, in furtherance of the principal that men, who are murderous by blood, should be free to discuss their ancestral occupation: Poul-Henning Kamp has been sent this message regarding license revocation and gratis non-exclusive license: https://lkml.org/lkml/2019/5/9/434

"No slaughter" is a ... valid ... view. At least for a time. It is his right to hold it, Though not a realistic view