"Free software have nothing to do much with capitalism."
So why does the GPL make it so difficult to make any kind of money. Many of the supporters are also against any and all forms of commercial software.
"What he disagree with is what he called combat.(Or what I least remember from reading one of his essay) Rather than improve over your competitors and sell great stuff to customers, you seek to annihilate your competitors by unethical means and gain control over your customers."
His answer to this is to force everybody to the same level (IE: as soon as a company improves their software, all competitors should get those improvements).
Do I really need to keep count? Look at any discussion involving the GPL.
I have not detect any anti-business bias in the discussion where I was involved. I didn't hear free supporters hating the profit motives in the time I been around.
A side effect? I just don't believe it. Stallman and many people from the community are very focal about being anti-corporation and anti-profit.
If you can't see this, then I don't know what to tell you.
The FSF sold software packages in the past. Stallman keep saying that he isn't opposed to software developers not being able to make a living.
Ever consider that your views of the world might be colored about what you think you see in Stallman and the others?
Now, it seem that you and I hold the same views about business and the profit motives. The only difference is that I don't see free software as antagonist to the profit motives and the ability to make a living, partly because I actually try to make money off free software and free content.