December 05, 2018

So much for “Think Different” — Apple CEO plans to ban “divisive” ideas

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I reported on Apple CEO Tim Cook announcing his plan to increase censorship on the company's platforms.

Cook stated that "violence" and "division" have no place on his company's platforms, even though Apple's iTunes already hosts countless violent movies.

But "division" is inherent within our democratic society, it's natural and healthy for people to have opinions they can debate and disagree on.

Our Parliamentary system even has a process of "division" built into it.

WATCH my video to see why this is just another attempt by Silicon Valley to censor and de-platform conservatives.

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commented 2018-12-05 16:10:41 -0500
It’s bad enough what Apple has done to its customers with declining quality in their products, unique plugs that don’t fit older Apple products and unrepairable phones, tablets etc. But when a company tells me how I am to think and starts this left wing s#@t, it is time to part ways. Done with you Apple. Google and Facebook are going next. This liberalism is such a terrible insidious disease. There is nothing liberal about this sick ideology.
commented 2018-12-05 13:45:07 -0500
My wife has an ipad and curses it more often than not. It is a, “their way or the highway” operating system with no wiggle room for any do it yourself, whatsoever. Totally not user friendly, unless perhaps you share the “apple mind-set”. Don’t know if behind the scenes it is any better, but android seems a lot less cumbersome, to me.
commented 2018-12-05 12:06:56 -0500
Have probably purchased 10 Apple products over the years. Time to say fu’k off Apple. Can’t handle these self-righteous leftist twats.
commented 2018-12-05 11:27:45 -0500
So let’s all rush out and buy another failed I-phone. This company has treated it’s customers like dirt for years and shows no sign of stopping.
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