And yet you chose than language to describe the person?
I find it such a shame that threads like these devolve into attacking a person or dismissing a person entirely just because their personality or presentation or appearance don't agree with someone.
It's very disapointing. @BGL makes a good point of what this is. And its a common tactic these days by social Justice warrior types to attack anyone who differs from their beliefs. (not that anyone here is one, but just pointing out the similarity)
You don't know him, your an outside observer looking in occasionally seeing information about a specific subject without additional context.
Lundukes video does some interesting things. Not only is there a number of important subjects touched on, but there's a tiny insight into the person speaking about them as well. Who knew what TV show he liked, why he doesnt watch tv any more? his music taste? Its interesting to know but also gives background to the person that i bet few ever knew.
Do you know why he thinks proprietary software is an injustice?
Or why he believes to strongly in it? Why he words it as an injustice?
Or why hes so adamant about user freedom?
Do you know why the GPL and GNU exist?
It's not some one liner answer about having the code, there's a deep rooted human reasoning behind it that goes further than just software.
RMS in some ways even points to this in the interview himself, if all software was Free Software and that issue was solved what would he do. Help put an end to other injustices, and i would imagine they would align around the same philosophical concepts.
People like Stallman and Moglen have fought strongly for software freedom for users because very few other people do, and considering how ingrained technology is in every day life, the fact that this isn't a bigger issue is highly disturbing.
People wouldn't normally give up their freedoms, software slipped under the door unnoticed and never gave people their freedoms in the first place and now its everywhere and we have very little control over it.
Perhaps what he says shouldn't just be dismissed because your not fond of his presentation of which you only presume and guess at why he presents like he does. And perhaps you should listen to the points made and look much deeper into why those points are being made?
(you being the you all who it may concern)