Apple is now threatening to ban Twitter from its app store. Figures for a censorship-loving corporation that’s as communistic as the Chinese who assemble Apple’s iPads and iPhones.
Apple stands in direct opposition to anything American — whether it’s the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution or our broader economy. Hopefully, Elon Musk will make mincemeat of these brain-dead dunces.
Get out your cranberries for a good, old-fashioned apple mincemeat pie. Couldn’t have a more perfect dessert for Christmas! More from Paul Joseph Watson.
It’s being called the White Paper Revolution and it’s now spreading across Communist China. The protests against the government of Xi Jinping are the biggest China has seen since the 1989 Tiananmen Square uprising that led to a massacre of civilians by the Chinese military.
Why has it been named the White Paper Revolution? Because strict laws forbid any outright protests, so the demonstrators hold up blank sheets of paper that have no writing on them whatsoever.
The protesters are angry over rigid covid mandates, especially after a fire tore through an apartment complex in Urumqi, a remote city in China’s Xinjiang region. Urumqi residents suffering under a covid quarantine had been locked inside the complex and many burned to death, including a three-year-old child. The tragedy has brought citizens to the streets to call for Jinping’s resignation and an end to the lockdowns. Here, Steve Turley explains the growing crisis.
This isn’t just about COVID, Glenn Beck says. In fact, the protests currently spreading throughout China are about something much, much more serious: Slavery and control. In this clip, Glenn dives into the real motivation behind the protests. He explains why they’re different from the 1989 ones at Tiananmen Square, and he predicts how these events could play out in our near future…
State and local officials in Wisconsin are doling out $4.5 billion and 1,000 acres to lure the Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn. The new plant will provide thousands of jobs, so it is widely supported by not only Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, but also House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump. But there is a catch: Not all of the farmers or residents whose land is being seized support the new plant. Here is a look at the controversy from Reason.TV.