The curious examples of Apple CEO Steve Jobs and New York Times writer Tom Friedman, what do they have in common with China and the suicides at Foxconn, the place where Apple makes their computers, where slave labor is put into practice, doesn’t that make Steve Jobs a modern day slave plantation owner, anyway Tom Friedman wishes America could be like China, well Mr. Friedman, no need for dreams, War69.com will pay for your plane ticket, we’ve arranged a job for you at the Foxconn factory, you’ll get to experience in depth how much suffering the Chinese must endure so that your wondrous nation (China) can make such economic gains.
Mr. Steve Jobs, the pig of all pigs, oh the Apple cultists and fanboys believe that Jobs is Jesus and has their best interest in his mind, first off why in the hell are you worshipping a consumer product, are your lives that empty, but do you think this bloated billionaire gives a crap about you or America for that matter, this man squeezes every dollar he can by placing his factories in China where there are no standards for humane working conditions, where he can pay out indecent wages so Apple can make even more money on their overpriced products.
War69.com is not against making money, we’re all for making as much money as you can, but make the money with dignity and not trampling over your worker’s human rights. How much money can Jobs make, how many deaths before this man demands changes at the factories that make his computers, the Japanese CEO of Toyota was raked over the coals because Americans were dying due to faulty automobiles, of course China won’t demand Jobs presence because that country doesn’t care about human rights.
What did the slave labor king Steve Jobs say about the working conditions at Foxconn:
But Mr Jobs defended the conditions at the factory.
‘You go in this place and it’s a factory but, my gosh, they’ve got restaurants and movie theatres and hospitals and swimming pools. For a factory, it’s pretty nice,’ he said.
Yeah sure, a relative worker’s paradise, you’ve come full circle Steve, you are now the “Big Brother” that you portrayed in the famous Apple 1984 commercial. Do you really believe that the worker’s have time to use the wonderful swimming pools when they are working insane hours, have you ever heard of propaganda?
Now back to NY Times writer Thomas L. Friedman, a man who would have apologized for Hitler during the 1930’s lead up to World War II. Here is what Friedman had to say about China:
Well, David, it’s been decimated. It’s been decimated by everything from the gerrymandering of political districts to cable television to an Internet where I can create a digital lynch mob against you from the left or right if I don’t like where you’re going, to the fact that money and politics is so out of control—really our Congress is a forum for legalized bribery. You know, that’s really what, what it’s come down to. So I don’t—I, I—I’m worried about this, it’s why I have fantasized—don’t get me wrong—but that what if we could just be China for a day? I mean, just, just, just one day. You know, I mean, where we could actually, you know, authorize the right solutions, and I do think there is a sense of that, on, on everything from the economy to environment. I don’t want to be China for a second, OK, I want my democracy to work with the same authority, focus and stick-to-itiveness. But right now we have a system that can only produce suboptimal solutions.
First off China is not doing everything right on the economy and the environment, we won’t get into details but this just displays his ignorance about the country he loves so dearly. But hey Mr. Friedman, why fantasize about just one day, we’re offering you one whole year of fantasies, one year of working at the Foxconn plant, you’ll really get a sense of what it means to work for one of the biggest human rights violators in the world, just don’t complain, or you can just jump off the building and commit suicide.
Freaking idiot, it is all chocolate and roses unless you are the poor sap on the frontlines working like a slave for Steve Jobs and the Chinese commie thugs, all while the media elite praise how great your leaders act, oh and not a big surprise that the media has blacked out the suicide stories, no word from Brian Williams and NBC news, nothing from Fox, the Wall Street Journal is the only paper giving it significant coverage.