Tim Cook says conspiracy theorists must be banished from the internet
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks Hebrew in address at anti-Semitism conference
“‘Lo ta’amod al dam re’eikha.’ Do not be indifferent to the bloodshed of your fellow man,” Cook said after receiving the ADL’s Courage Against Hate Award.
Sounds like even the world’s powerful self-professed gay has been converted to Judaism?
Cook invokes Leviticus passage in his address that the biblical mandate moves Apple to speak out on behalf of the rights of targeted groups, including immigrants and the LGBT community.
Since when Torah or Bible accept homosexuality? Did he just used Jesus name in vain?
What Does the Bible Say About Homosexuality?
God created humans to engage in sex only within the arrangement of marriage between a male and a female. (Genesis 1:27, 28; Leviticus 18:22; Proverbs 5:18, 19) The Bible condemns sexual activity that is not between a husband and wife, whether it is homosexual or heterosexual conduct. (1 Corinthians 6:18) This includes intercourse, fondling another person’s genitals, and engaging in oral or anal sex.
Wait a minute, since when Apple owns the Internet?
In any case, guess Cook is right, the world has been a very dangerous place. Even more so today.
There signs are everywhere for all to see. Just imagine even boss of the world most profitable tech company , who is not yet circumcised too is speaking Hebrew and insisted Jesus is a fan of homosexuals?
Guess Wall Street isn’t exactly a fan of Cook’s rhetoric since U.S. stocks dropped on the same day?
Anyway, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that “dangerous conspiracy theorists” have no place on the Internet or on Apple platforms.
Cook blasted free thinkers and independent journalists such as Alex Jones after receiving the first “Courage Against Hate” award from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). He used his time onstage to blast those who spread non-mainstream views online.
“At Apple, we believe technology needs to have a clear point of view. This is no time to get tied up in knots. We only have one message for those who seek to push hate, division, or violence: You have no place on our platforms. You have no home here. From the earliest days of iTunes to Apple Music today we have always prohibited music with a history of white supremacy. Why? Because it’s the right thing to do. And as we showed this year, we won’t give a platform to violent conspiracy theorists. Why? Because it’s the right things to do.”
The Verge reports: “Violent conspiracy theorists” refers to Alex Jones’ Infowars, which was removed from Apple’s App Store earlier this year. Jonathan Greenblatt, the ADL’s CEO, specifically mentioned Jones’ removal from the platform as a key moment in fighting back against hateful content, noting that Apple’s decision to remove Infowars led to its removal from other platforms, including YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
Much of Cook’s keynote presentation at the ADL’s “Never is Now” conference in New York City focused on the moral guidelines by which Apple operates. Cook reiterated multiple times that although Apple is a technology company, he understands that its mission goes far beyond designing hardware.
“Apple is a technology company, but we never forget the devices we make are imagined by human minds, built by human hands, and meant to improve human lives,” Cook said. “I worry less about computers that think like people and more about people that think like computers. Technology should be about human potential. It should be about optimism.
“We believe the future should belong to those who view technology as a way to build a more inclusive and hopeful world.”
As if Cook’s apparent act of apple polishing isn’t negative enough, Cook went a step further by openly disregarding supporters of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Apple is going to invest in Israel even though there is hardly any market for Apple product in Israel.
The first Apple store is slated to open at Tel Aviv’s tallest building (Azrieli Sarona office tower), followed by full fledged investment in other areas, seemingly to announce to the world that Apple condones the Apartheid state as well as the blatant killing of unarmed Palestinian civilians.
If free speech is not allowed, gays like Tim Cook would have to live in complete darkness. It’s liberty that enable gays to see the light.
Banning conspiracy theories is going against Free Speech.
Lest Tim cook forgets.
To sum up, it would appear what Tim Cook has done basically suggests Apple is all about stifling free speech, supports inhumanity, and that Tim himself is a spineless slimeball on top of the fact that Apple is a ruthless profiteers that rip off consumers big time – charging American patriot $1,000 for a toy that costs just about $200 to make, and enslave the patriots with all kind of proprietary software.
Recently, Apple has been busted for injected malware to kill of battery and slow down iPhone. What a leader… Amen.
Time for folks to distance themselves from Apple?
Guess folks already did – iPhone is no longer selling like hot cake, so we were told.
Last but not least, could it be there is a missing 13th Commandment we didn’t know about, that says something in this direction…
“Thou shall not think freely, especially so on matters pertaining to conspiracies perpetrated by the power that be”?
While folks search for the missing commandment, Tim Cook needs to read up Sun Tze’s the art of war. Bad move.