The troll community. Yes. Right. Whatever you say, twitter.
It's amazing how one person can so easily tie up the resources of one of the world's wealthiest and most powerful companies.
OK, twitter, let's play this one for laughs: what evidence do you have that any negative reaction to your posts is orchestrated by Microsoft, and is not simply a response to you talking unfounded bullshit about things you have absolutely no usable knowledge of? Do you have any evidence of that? You don't, do you? Because you're pulling it out of your ass, isn't that right?
Bruce Perens is one of the leading lights in not only the Debian developer community, but the F/OSS community as a whole. He posts on Slashdot about free software, a field he is closely associated with, and somehow manages to escape what you so charmingly call "M$ astroturfing". Why is this so? Maybe it's because he can present opinions rationally without resorting to namecalling, and in such a way that they are at least a worthwhile contribution to debates whether you agree with them or not.
You do none of these things. You bluster in, regardless of the debate, start with "M$ sucks" and work backwards from there to make the rest of your comment. Put simply, you talk utter bollocks half the time, about things you have no idea about. And then, the icing on the paranoia cake, you not only believe but regularly claim that anyone who disagrees with this bizarre method of posting is somehow being bribed by Microsoft to harass you.
Distilled down: if someone who has made numerous material contributions to free software and is one of its most valuable figures isn't the target of an "M$" "campaign", why on earth would someone who has little to no influence on anything be the subject of their attentions? Can you give a coherent reason for that? I think not.
Do what you're doing now. Quit while you're ahead. You've preached to the choir, and the choir told you to fuck off. Do so.
Even if they could discover all of my accounts by asking my ISP, I could always create new ones and continue saying what I think.
Um... yeah. Asking your ISP. Right.
It's obvious someone does not like the things I think and the way I express myself, but they are powerless to do anything about it. People who offer to "clean" the web are selling snake oil.
There's very little wrong with what you think, really, however it's the way you express yourself that people don't like. Calm down, quit with the "M$ Windoze" shit and people might take you a little more seriously.
The real answer is to quit doing things that are wrong, that make people angry and need to be covered up with massive lie campaigns
Yeah, you should give that a go.