Robin’s been away, but he’s back with some videos that make you think.
I have only bought two Apple products: the apple ][+ and a couple of Iphones. This was because there were no other products like them at the time. I always leave Apple once something cheaper knocks it off. The main reason is money, but the other reason is there’s something creepy about Apple and its disciples.
I say disciples because its followers are almost religious in the zeal for the corporation. While I don’t deny they make good products, I don’t like the buzz around the company and the fanaticism that follows it. Alan Watt mentioned how Steve Jobs often dressed in black, similar to a televangelist, when he gave his tech talks. All carefully planned to propagate.
I speculate that because of Apple’s religious following, they have put in a place a social engineering tool as president to help shape and move the herd. It doesn’t appear that this new Apple president has any superior technical expertise or mass appeal like Jobs did, so they are simply using him (it?) to drive the anti-family, androgynous, metrosexual, homosexual agenda. How broadcasting one’s sexual behavior could otherwise be beneficial to a technology company is simply not explainable outside my speculation.
How does this relate to fakeology? Well, in a sense, Tim Cook is a manufactured, planned, or fake leader. He’s not there to lead a technology company. He’s there to influence and propagate a socially destructive agenda to a mass following who cling to his words and are likely influenced by them.No tags for this post.