Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has made a personal donation of $8.5m to a faggot organisation parading as defenders of “human rights”.
For one who says he does not shout his faggotry, the man is certainly vocal enough. But what makes him most ridiculous is the fact that he blasphemes the Lord by saying that God, not himself with the help of Satan, made himself a pervert.
Never swallow the “made this way” lie, whether God is blasphemed or not. Sexual perversion is evil, and God does not want evil, He merely tolerates it.
God, in this case, tolerates the existence of this activist fag (who says he isn’t one; activist, I mean, not fag) in order for Christians to shine defending the Truth.
God allows the evil so that good may come out of it; sometimes in a more evident and immediate, sometimes in a less obviously evident, and sometimes in a mysterious manner.
Unfortunately, the problem is more serious than just Mrs Cook personal donation preferences. Apple actively opposes Christianity. In particular, they oppose Christianity at its best: traditional Catholicism. An organisation that does not allow the app of the Traditional Latin Missal, or even of the Manhattan Declaration, on its phones is clearly run by the bitchiest fags and dykes around. Gift from God, my foot.
My suggestion is to stay away from Apple. Whilst we live in a corrupt world, other platform like Android do allow you to have the apps you want, and their open platform structure means that an app does not need to be sold by the Google Store in order for you to have it on your phone. On the contrary, Apple’s proprietary system allows them to decide, literally, what is installed on their phones, and they have abused this feature for ideological and perverted purposes for a long time now.
When the CEO of this company is such a queen, you know it can’t go well.
Next time the purchase of a device is on the shop list, I hope you will listen to my suggestion:
Ditch IFag. Choose Christ.
And so Tim Cook shouted to the world that he is homosexual – and, I think, a Sodomite, though I do not want to read the details -. He even says, apparently, that his perversion is a “gift from god”, and I am very curious to know what god would that be.
I cannot understand the surprise, or the headlines. That Cook cooks with (cough…) faggots was already well known, and it was already on his Wikipedia entry for all those who have eyes to see. The Christianophobic stance of Apple has been mentioned on this blog many times already, and has been causing scandal among Christians, and particularly Catholics, for years. So Tim Cook is a faggot. Tell me something I don't know.
This strange re-outing might, though, backfire. The “gayphone” (or the “IFag”) might soon become a popular joke. It is dangerous to put faggotry at the very centre of one's shop window. For every liberal client you gain you might lose three clients who think.
Still, dear iPhone customers, now you can enjoy your possibly new-acquired knowledge, basking in the knowledge of all possible uses one like Tim Cook might have for his oh so sleek Iphone.
You may want, in fact, to switch your allegiance to Android. No saints, they, but with a much more open platform that will allow you to have Catholic content on your smartphone (like, say, an entire 1962 Catholic Missal) without it being censored by a Christianophobic company led by a pervert.
This Apple is poisoned. I suggest you stay away from it.
If you are a blogger who has blogged for some time and has reached a certain level of audience, you will notice that, every now and then, your pageviews get a bad hammering overnight.
This is, I am told, due to Google. Whenever Google operates a readjustment of its search criteria that is relevant to your content, you might have been “downgraded” by the new criteria, becoming less visible to the Net and therefore less clicked.
Normally, you will notice that in a matter of very few weeks things “normalise” and go back to the original figures. This is because Google search criteria are, so to speak, “self healing”, and get to recognise the “relevance” of your blog, making it more visible for a wider range of key words used by end consumers.
Now, if this is true – and I think it is, after browsing the Internet – then it is also rather scary. It means, in simple words, that Google can actively steer the “relevance” of the content, and permanently “downgrade” those contents they don't like. Which means that they can subtly but effectively steer the public perception of the reality around them, for example leading them to believe that traditional Catholicism, or opposition to institutionalised sexual perversion, are the pastime of a tiny fringe of basket cases rather than, say, a constant presence in the Catholic world and an extremely well-spread phenomenon.
Of course, Google doesn't monopolise the market; but they dominate it, to the extent that when they change their algorithms, you notice it. Nor can it be said that others, like Bing, are to be trusted more. The only ones who really care seem to be smaller providers like DuckDuckGo and Ixquick.
I am, therefore, more than slightly worried that in the next years we will assist to subtle forms of under-the-radar censorship, the more pernicious because not openly practiced. If you want an example of such subtle censorship look simply at Apple, who last time I looked considered the Manhattan Declaration too Christian for perverts like Tim Cook, and did not even allow the release of the app with the Missale Romanum.
In a world where information travels in many different ways and is not limited to newspapers, magazine and TV channels, censorship can be put in place simply by controlling the access to this atomised information universe.
Yes, if Google begins to, say, slowly push Catholic blogs at the margin of the search results there will always be a number of people searching with other products, or searching with Google in such a precise, insisted and patient way that the information will have to come out. But the mainstream will always be duped, without even knowing they are being manipulated. If, say, Google put articles in defence of perversion in preference to those against by search words like “gay”, “homo” or “faggot”, this will change the way millions of simple and non inquiring minds are going to perceive the reality around them.
We see this happening already in places like Wikipedia, who are a clear example of subtle and, more often, not-so-subtle liberal propaganda; and again we see that whilst their intolerable liberal insolence gave rise to initiatives like Conservapedia, they are and remain the dominant shop, and the go-to site for the great mass of dumb cows and oxes who, in the end, shape our Democracies.
In times of atomised information, there is still a limited amount of channels through which this information can be assessed; virtual bottlenecks, or virtual gates, through which those seeking for information go. Those who held the keys of these virtual gates have an immense power; a power up to now limited by a more or less strong feeling of freedom of access to information, but that will be in future increasingly challenged by the ever-increasing demand for political correctness, with Apple the perfect example of this illiberal, intolerant, repressive behaviour under the mask of openness and tolerance.
Beware of the Key Masters. They can do you a lot of harm without you even noticing.
After the Firefox events, I stumbled upon the “Faith Driven Consumer” site.
The way I understand they work is that they put companies in relation to each other in matter of anti – Christian behaviour, allowing the consumer to be informed of alternatives that are at least less bad; which is, when it leads to punishing anti-Christian behaviour, just as good.
In fact, we live in a world that is becoming so corrupt that different companies can only be distinguished by their degree of studity. But even so, it is very useful to know that Apple is considered much worse than Microsoft or Acer, even if these fall short of the mark, too.
By choosing to punish the worst offender, you are already giving your little contribution in what interest these people, or rather their shareholder, most: the bottom line. Profit is a powerful motivator, and as the liberal troops have been using their boycott threats to cow big companies into submission, the same can be done, far more effectively, by the silent majority, actually even when it is not majority anymore.
If we only stopped to be always so darn “nice” to these bastards, and understood that this is not a time for tea and scones, things would change very fast.
I invite my readers to post links to similar sites, and to inform the others about the possibilities we have as informed Christians. Of course they do not have to be Catholic sites. Please also send to me links of sites in other languages like Spanish, French, etc.
I will be the last one to deny the genius of Steve Jobs. Besides liking the people who do things their own way without looking too much right and left – and one can safely say that no other big company has been, in modern times, run as much according to the wishes and vision of one man as Apple – Jobs truly had a capacity for innovation and – I hate to use the word, but this time it truly fits – vision that is to be found very rarely on this planet.
If you add that his achievement with Pixar alone would be enough to give him rather long obituaries today, or that only one of his innovative products – iPad, iPod, iPhone; no, wait: the iMac alone; no, wait: the first Macintosh, really….. – would make of his death a world news, you get the idea of what kind of entrepreneur the world has lost today. The long list of condoleances and interventions from powerful people from Adolf Hussein Obama down is ample testimony of the stature of the man.
still, whenever a famous person dies, I cannot avoid wondering what remains, now, of his prestige and reputation, or whether the long list of honours will give him any better chance of making it through the Pearly Gates.
In days like this, one discovers the immense importance not of people like Steve Jobs, but of everyone of us, because it is on days like these that we realise that if the man managed to avoid hell, this achievement is for him a far bigger triumph than all the innovations he brought on the market; whereas if he didn’t, all the above mentioned achievements are dust anyway.
I do not want to express where I would bet my half pint about his eternal destiny. Actually, I do not want to think of it, because the thought is very sobering. In a way, Jobs epitomised the idiotic ways of so many of his contemporaries: the strange pescetarian diet (apparently, generally chosen for health reasons. Then you get pancreatic cancer…), the Zen Buddhist marriage, or the clearly “progressive” orientation (google around to see Catholics angry at having their applications not allowed, when the sodomites have all theirs). Let us say that, bar a last minute conversion, his hand of cards does not make the impression of having been very good.
And this is really the key, isn’t it? If we try to have a better hand of cards the day we kick the bucket (and we might well not be given as much time as Jobs, a man who knew several years ago that his way to the Creator was being fast-tracked) everyone of us can fairly easily accomplish more than he ever did on this planet; then, by definition, an infinite success ranks above every earthly one. Particularly, I add, when it concerns us so directly. The immensity of one human soul lets Apple Computer pale in comparison.
On a secondary note, I also point out that Jobs is a cautionary tale of the wrong approach to simple things: the obsession with health at the point of discarding good food doesn’t make much sense when we reflect that we are ashes, and can be taken away at one moment’s notice anyway. Last time I looked, Jesus wasn’t worried about his followers eating meat, either. Similarly, Jobs’ idea (how oh very “progressive”) that he could cure his cancer with alternative methods is another of those aha-moments that must have caused him, and many others, a rather brusque awakening from a world of vaguely new-age fantasies. In these attitudes, even a certainly extremely intelligent man shows the childishness of the human brain when it starts to abandon common sense in general , and Christian common sense in particular.
An “Eternal Rest” for Steve Jobs is, I think, fully in order.
Yesterday, he might have achieved his greatest success.