Some of these are a bit offensive but there might be some interest in knowing what's being said on Wu's Weibo account just now. Below are all his posts there since he tweeted he didn't author that damn article:
After Chandler Guo announced he would support BU, his email was hit by a spam attack. This behaviour is censorship and terrorism, a complete betrayal of the freedom and open tradition of Bitcoin, a threat to the future development of Bitcoin.
Reply to @yilesh: actually users don’t care. If Bitcoin insists on being so clogged up you can’t get coins to your account, you may as well use altcoins. Altcoins are decentralised too, don’t know what's so extraordinary about more expensive coins.
[Roger Ver’s image of altcoin's increasing their % of market cap]
Thanks to whom?
The bitcoin.org and bitcointalk.org sites of Satoshi Nakamoto’s day were left to Theymos. Bitcoin needs to break the tyranny of corporate control, and break free from the silencing of voices on these sites.
中本聪对于挖矿和全节点的真实态度（I was not the author, just Weibo it) ：网页链接
Satoshi Nakamoto’s real view on miners and full nodes
[Link to the 8btc domain at /forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=49394&extra=page%3D1]
A story about travelling north to get to the south: ‘I met a man near Taishan mountain. As we were headed north, he told me, “I want to go to the state of Chu.” I said, “if you’re going to Chu why are you travelling north?” “I have a great horse,” he said. “Your horse may well be great, but this isn’t the road to Chu,” I said. “I have plenty of money for the trip,” he said. “You may have plenty of money for the trip, but this isn’t the road to Chu,” I said. “My stable boy handles a horse well,” he said. The better these conditions, the further from the state of Chu.’ Good night.
BitcoinUnlimited.info is under DDoS so heavily it can’t be reached.
Miners should support development of a multi-layer network. But, blocks must get bigger. Big blocks must win.