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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Apple's prophetic 1984 commercial comes to pass, only it is Apple's CEO Tim Cook who is Big Brother

In 1984, Superbowl commercials were just beginning to be superstars in their own right during the most watched television event of the year.  And one of the most widely remembered and widely acclaimed was Apple Computer's 1984 spot in which they used a prophetic vision of George Orwell's dystopian future to introduce the Macintosh PC.

But irony is a fickle mistress, and on Feb. 12, 2017 the same company that sought to introduce a world free of tyranny through personal computers and the soon to be internet 32 years ago are the ones now seeking to become Big Brother and censor free speech that doesn't fit their liberal corporate agenda.

And in a frighteningly Orwellian interview with The Telegraph, Cook explains calmly how to fix 'fake news'... 
“It has to be ingrained in the schools, it has to be ingrained in the public,” said Mr Cook. “There has to be a massive campaign. We have to think through every demographic. 
"We need the modern version of a public-service announcement campaign. It can be done quickly if there is a will.” 
"We are going through this period of time right here where unfortunately some of the people that are winning are the people that spend their time trying to get the most clicks, not tell the most truth,” he said. “It’s killing people’s minds in a way.” 
“All of us technology companies need to create some tools that help diminish the volume of fake news. 
"We must try to squeeze this without stepping on freedom of speech and of the press, but we must also help the reader. Too many of us are just in the complain category right now and haven’t figured out what to do.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook is not the only corporate magnate seeking to censor free speech that is in opposition to their agendas, as Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Google's Eric Schmidt, and even Facebook's Mark Zuckerburg have all invested money and technology towards silencing alternative news sources that have repeatedly pointed out the lies and propaganda of the oligarchical establishment.

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Alex Jones's motto for his ever growing media empire is "There is a war on for your mind!", and this has never been more accurate since Donald Trump won the election for President just three months ago.  And just like many dystopian books, movies, and stories that talk about a world run by corporations rather than governments, Apple's Tim Cook is now trying to lead us into that type of future, and follow the path that his company laid out in a commercial three decades ago.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Military goes fascist as Pentagon appoints media and tech CEO's to advisory roles at Defense Department

It is one thing for the Department of Defense to work hand in hand with corporations that build and equip the largest military in the world, but it is quite another when they appoint civilian tech CEO's who have a long history of abusing our personal data to roles on a defense advisory board.

On Aug. 1 the Pentagon added Jeff Bezons, CEO of Amazon and the Washington Post, along with President Obama's chief attack dog Cass Sunstein, to an advisory board that already includes Google CEO Eric Schmidt.

The Pentagon’s increasingly eclectic Defense Innovation Advisory Board has reached full strength, with celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and Amazon.com founder Jeffrey P. Bezos among the latest named to a group that includes some of the private sector’s most successful leaders. 
Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter established the board in March with Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt as its head. Already, some of the members have spent time with airmen in Nevada and sailors in San Diego, and they’ll meet with other service members Tuesday at Fort Bragg, N.C., and Wednesday in  Tampa, at the headquarters of U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command, Carter said. - Washington Post
So the Pentagon now has the head of a media outlet, the top internet search engine, and a progressive activist lawyer who once said that the government should infiltrate websites and chat rooms to vilify and attack anyone in opposition to the government narrative to advise the military on the future of innovation and control.

And for what purposes would these tech, media, and social media magnates have with our military?  Good question, but historically we have seen this before.
“It is the absolute right of the state to supervise the formation of public opinion.” 
“We shall go down in history as the greatest statesmen of all time, or as the greatest criminals”- Joseph Goebbels, Head of Hitler’s Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Like Alibaba's domination over Amazon, Line's social media platform could soon dominate Facebook

There was an interesting statement made back in the 19th century during the industrial revolution that went, I would rather sell 100 shirts at $1 apiece to the Chinese than 10 shirts at $10 apiece.  This is because the potential for profit using the price elasticity of demand model, where by lowering the price you gain much more consumers, is a powerful tool when dealing with the massive populations residing in Asia.


And to date we have seen how this model works in the 21st century, as the e-commerce business known as Alibaba has emerged not only as one of the top 5 companies in the world, but it is also bigger than both Amazon and Ebay combined.

On July 14, the newest Asian powerhouse went public with their own IPO, and already it has the potential to soon dominate Western social media platforms like Facebook.  This is because the Japanese social media company called Line is based on appealing to customer demands and desires, and they have a population potential of several billion users to service.

It took Facebook five years to reach 200 million active users, but only three years for Line to achieve that same number.  And Facebook would have to wait another three years before launching itself as a public IPO, and at a value several dollars less than Line did today at $42 per share.
Line users per quarter

The bottom line is that so far in the second decade of the 21st century, the potential for growth is far greater in Asia than it is in the West, and especially within the United States economy.  And perhaps this is also why China now has the world's largest bank, and in reality the world's largest financial system, and where the future of economic growth no longer resides in companies coming out of the West.

Monday, October 8, 2012

First National Bank of Apple could be next big release

General Motors did it, Sears and JC Penny have done it, and so have a number of blue chip corporations.  Creating your own finance company, which bypasses banks and allows for a whole new revenue stream for sales and gathering interest payments is an American institution, with both Google and Amazon now joining in the mix.

So this then begs the question for the world's largest tech company... how long until we get to see the First National Bank of Apple?


Google is getting into the credit business for the first time, with the launch on Monday of a programme in the UK to finance purchases of its search advertising by businesses.

The move marks the opening of a new front in the battle between the biggest internet companies, as they turn to their balance sheets as a source of competitive advantage. Amazon said last week that it had begun making loans to independent sellers that offer their products on its marketplace, marking the online retailer’s first move into financial services.


Google’s decision to issue its own credit card, which will also be made available in the US within weeks and other unspecified countries later, signals the company’s first attempt to use its huge cash reserves to support its core search advertising business by subsidising low-interest rate credit lines. - Financial Times

Apple has prided itself on being different and independent of the herd mentality, but in the end, the potential gain of being able to finance your own products to the miltiude of Apple zombies is something that might be too enticing to avoid.