The free software foundation is doing everything they can to kill the free software movement.
It's time to reevaluate the landscape, and time for new ideas and organizations to pick up the torch for human freedom and justice as it relates to software and technology.
Here's another interesting idea I saw recently in the vein of moving forward from the free software movement:
More accurately, they're trying to pick up the broken pieces of the open source movement, not actually free software (which, no thanks to the FSF itself, is still very much relevant). They're light on details so far, but it's an interesting concept.
Toots for friends