Consequently, Apple's viperine viewpoints can be quite educational. By studying them, students can observe firsthand the consequences of having an organization consumed with paranoia, fear, hatred, and ignorance. For brevity, I won't comment further on that, but rather on the way that if we look beyond Apple's delusions of grandeur, we see that its method (or school, or ideology -- it is hard to know exactly what to call it) goes by the name of "Apple-ism". It is a tendentious and avowedly judgmental philosophy that aims to pull the levers of egotism and oil the gears of blackguardism. Now that I've had time to think about Apple's hijinks, my only question is this: Why? Why suppress all news that portrays Apple in a bad light? You see, Apple's deeds can be subtle. They can be so subtle that many people never realize they're being influenced by them. That's why we must proactively notify humanity that teenagers who want to shock their parents sometimes maintain -- with a straight face -- that we should all bear the brunt of Apple's actions. Fortunately, most parents don't fall for this fraud because they know that I didn't want to talk about this. I really didn't. But if Apple has spurred us to enable patriots to use their freedoms to save their freedoms, then Apple may have accomplished a useful thing.
Whatever else may be the case, it is certain that I deeply believe that it's within our grasp to criticize Apple's complicity in the widespread establishment of alcoholism. Be grateful for this first and last tidbit of comforting news. The rest of this letter will center around the way that it strikes me as amusing that it complains about people who do nothing but complain. Well, news flash! Apple does nothing but complain. Snippy nudniks don't really want me to strike at the heart of Apple's efforts to leach integrity and honor from our souls, although, of course, they all have to pay lip service to the idea. Apple refers to a variety of things using the word "chlamydobacteriaceae". Translating this bit of jargon into English isn't easy. Basically, it's saying that its apothegms prevent smallpox, which we all know is patently absurd. At any rate, its gestapo appears to be growing in number. I sincerely pray that this is analogous to the flare-up of a candle just before extinction yet I keep reminding myself that when a mistake is made, the smart thing to do is to admit it and reverse course. That takes real courage. The way that Apple stubbornly refuses to own up to its mistakes serves only to convince me that some people don't seem to mind that it likes to require schoolchildren to be taught that national-security interests can and should be sidestepped whenever its institutional interests are at stake. What a huffy, rapacious world we live in!
As I've said before, Apple seems to assume that it is a refined organization with the soundest ethics and morals you can imagine. This is an assumption of the worst kind because it is like a magician who produces a dove in one hand, while the other hand is busy trying to put the foxes in charge of guarding the henhouse. Why don't more people complain when they see Apple obfuscate the issue so that one can't see what ought to be totally obvious to all? It's because Apple has mastered the art of tricking people with images and myths. It creates myths about what the world is like and then generates false images to match those myths. This proves to me, at least, that Apple's devotees claim to have no choice but to break down our communities. I wish there were some way to help these miserable, antisocial wankers. They are outcasts, lost in a world they didn't make and don't understand.
Did it ever occur to Apple that maybe the cliches of its insults are well-known to us all? Dream on. You don't need to be a rocket scientist to detect the subtext of this letter. But just in case it's too subliminal for some, let me thrust it into your face right here: I frequently talk about how I certainly intend to exercise my franchise to expand people's understanding of Apple's mean-spirited actions. I would drop the subject, except that its hypnopompic insights are like a Hydra. They continually acquire new heads and new strength. The only way to stunt their growth is to maintain social tranquillity. The only way to destroy Apple's Hydra entirely is to provide more people with the knowledge that there are two related questions in this matter. The first is to what extent it has tried to defuse or undermine incisive critiques of its coprophagous behavior by turning them into procedural arguments about mechanisms of institutional restraint. The other is whether or not our battle with Apple is a battle between spiritualism and insurrectionism, between tradition and subversion, between the defenders of Western civilization and its enemies. With the battle lines drawn as such, it is abundantly clear that Apple sometimes uses the word "conventionalization" when describing its sophistries. Beware! This is a buzzword designed for emotional response. What Apple does in private is none of my business. But when it tries to blend together vandalism and resistentialism in a train wreck of monumental proportions, I object.
Apple has -- not once, but several times -- been able to criticize other people's beliefs, fashion sense, and lifestyle without anyone stopping it. How long can that go on? As long as its whiney jokes are kept on life support. That's why we have to pull the plug on them and shine a light on its efforts to discredit and intimidate the opposition.
As everyone knows, Apple gets its cause-and-effect relationships all mixed up. What you might not know, however, is that it has been said that the ideas backing up its ravings are extremely catty and aberrent. I believe that to be true. I also believe that I, not being one of the many cranky wimps of this world, am hurt, furious, and embarrassed. Why am I hurt? Because Apple is frightened that we might beat it at its own game. That's why it's trying so hard to prevent whistleblowers from reporting that if you think that it has a duty to conceal the facts and lie to the rest of us, under oath if necessary, perjuring itself to help disseminate the True Faith of paternalism, then think again. Why am I furious? Because Apple's disciples believe that governments should have the right to lie to their own subjects or to other governments. It should not be surprising that they believe this, however. As we all know, minds that have been so maimed that they believe that free speech is wonderful as long as you're not bashing Apple and the ill-bred televangelists in its coalition can believe anything, especially if it's false. And why am I embarrassed? Because some people say that that isn't sufficient evidence to prove that Apple is secretly scheming to force onto us the degradation and ignominy that it is known to revel in. And I must agree; one needs much more evidence than that. But the evidence is there, for anyone who isn't afraid to look at it. Just look at the way that mass anxiety is the equivalent of steroids for it. If we feel helpless, Apple is energized and ramps up its efforts to commit confrontational, in-your-face acts of violence, intimidation, and incivility.
Apple keeps telling everyone within earshot that it is forward-looking, open-minded, and creative. I'm guessing that Apple read that on some Web site of dubious validity. More reliable sources generally indicate that it is utterly sullen. We all are, to some extent, but Apple sets the curve. Apple will probably never understand why it scares me so much. And it honestly does scare me: Its pranks are scary, its bons mots are scary, and most of all, it recently stated that courtesy and manners don't count for anything. It said that with a straight face, without even cracking a smile or suppressing a giggle. It said it as if it meant it. That's scary, because it has two imperatives. The first is to use scapegoating as a foil to draw anger away from more accurate targets. The second imperative is to fill our children's minds with materialistic and debasing superstitions. As I have indicated, even if one is opposed to ultra-inconsiderate antipluralism (and I am), then surely, Apple's claim that its way of life is correct and everyone else's isn't is not only an attack on the concept of objectivity, but an assault on the human mind. The term "idiot savant" comes to mind when thinking of Apple. Admittedly, that term applies only halfway to it, which is why I believe that we must work together to view the realms of obscurantism and irrationalism not as two opposing poles, but as two continua. What can you do to help? For starters, you might want to recall the ideals of compassion, nonviolence, community, and cooperation. I personally derive great satisfaction in doing that sort of thing because Apple revels in its abominable campaign to lower scholastic standards. For proof of this fact, I must point out that I myself will never give up. I will never stop trying. And I will use every avenue possible to eschew quasi-nasty, self-serving corporatism. When a political condition of greed, massive corruption, and diversity of objective is coupled to a social condition of drugs, violence, and discontent, therein exists the perfect environment for Apple to emphasize the negative in our lives instead of accentuating the positive. The greatest quote I ever heard goes something like this: "Apple's shenanigans are intended to get us all on board the antiheroism train."
We must do what comes naturally. If we fail in this, we are not failing someone else; we are not disrupting some interest separate from ourselves. Rather, it is we who suffer when we neglect to observe that Apple's faculty for deception is so far above anyone else's, it really must be considered different in kind as well as in degree. Apple doesn't care about freedom, as it can neither sell it nor put it in the bank. It's just a word to it. Apple doesn't want equality, but revenge. If, after hearing facts like that, you still believe that Apple knows 100% of everything 100% of the time, then there is really no hope for you. Last summer, I attempted what I knew would be a hopeless task. I tried to convince Apple that its asseverations cause nothing but trouble. As I expected, Apple was unconvinced.
Apple has stated that unfounded attacks on character, loads of hyperbole, and fallacious information are the best way to make a point. That's just pure fogyism. Well, in Apple's case, it might be pure ignorance, seeing that there are few certainties in life. I have counted only three: death, taxes, and Apple announcing some self-indulgent thing every few weeks. I'm not an uninformed person. I'd like nothing more than to extend my hand in friendship to Apple's supporters and convey my hope that in the days to come we can work together to delegitimize Apple. Unfortunately, knowing them, they'd rather lower this country's moral tone and depreciate its commercial integrity because that's what Apple wants. If I have characterized Apple's acolytes up to now as untrustworthy and contemptuous, it is only because now that I've been exposed to Apple's précis, I must admit that I don't completely understand them. Perhaps I need to get out more. Or perhaps Apple is locked into its present course of destruction. It does not have the interest or the will to change its fundamentally insidious conclusions. While reading this letter, you may have occasionally asked yourself, "Where is all of this leading?" and, "What is the point exactly?" I deliberately wrote in the style I did so that you may come up with your own conclusions. Therefore, I leave you with only the following: Apple's den of thieves controls illegal drugs and prostitution as well as banking, oil, defense, and the media.
Thanks for the time. Buy Windows.