Cook confirmed the intent and attitude of the Coalition of the Alien and Alienate by bringing Apple's public relations machine to create an alliance between Apple and another alien group in the United States, Hispanic illegal aliens.
When Apple sought to promote its music streaming service, it talked to the tech press. When it wanted to drum up interest in its new watch, it went to fashion magazines.
But as the iPhone maker defends its security technology and defies a court order in a terrorism case, it turned this week to a news outlet that surprised many: Univision.
Apple Inc.'s top-ranking Latino executive warned viewers of the Spanish language TV network on Wednesday that the FBI's demand for weaker security on iPhones could give investigators new surveillance powers, including in immigration cases.
The interview and other recent steps by the world's most valuable company suggest Apple is attempting to frame the contentious battle over encryption with key demographic groups, including older Americans and lawmakers, political experts said.
[In FBI Encryption Fight, Apple Seeks Latino Support, by Paresh Dave, Los Angeles Times, March 10, 2016]
Specifically, Apple and it's homosexual and alien leadership were angered that the historic American nation was having none of Apple's support for Muslim terrorism as polling was showing Americans were supporting the authority of the courts to order searches of the Muslim terrorist's iPhone. So Apple had to go to a group alienated from America, illegal alien Hispanics.
But broad public support may not be essential for the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant, assuming it can win over specific groups of voters whose support can sway elections, political strategists said. For example, the prospect of fervent Latino support for Apple's position could be enough to force Democratic politicians who rely on the Latino vote to rethink backing the FBI.
That might explain why Eddy Cue, Apple senior vice president of Internet software and services, told Univision that Latinos should be very concerned about any law that gives the government broad access to personal information.
“Because where does this stop?” Cue said in Spanish. “In a divorce case? In an immigration case? In a tax case with the IRS? Someday, someone will be able to turn on a phone's microphone. This should not happen in this country.”
Interestingly, Apple has few Hispanics, mostly in their retail stores, but otherwise are contractors in the Apple cafeteria and janitors. Clearly, the only use Apple has for Hispanics is menial labor and political cover for supporting terrorism. And the appeal to illegal aliens was clear when Cue mentioned immigration cases.
Lenin lectured that the capitalists will sell the communists the rope by which the capitalists will be hanged, but it appears that capitalists will instead surrender the nation to radical Islam. The alien and alienated have a visceral hatred of the historic American nation. Time to return the favor. Deport Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Eddy Cue, and Sundar Pichai to either Saudi Arabia or the Caliphate. It would be a special justice since the Saudis announced a new policy of executing public homosexuals and trannies; something the Caliphate does already. Certainly a special justice for such hatred of Christendom from those alien to and alienated from God's sacrifice on Calvary for men's souls. But like the bad thief, the penalty for rejecting that sacrifice is eternal death.
Time to show the Slave Power at Apple the door, because targeting illegal aliens, drug dealers, and terrorists for it's products is just plain wrong.