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Google Happy to Promote Sharia Law in App Store, But Not Free Speech

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The monolithic tech giant Google has demonstrated many times that it does not have respect for basic American values, and the organization is showing its colors again by leaving a Saudi-based app that allows men to track women like animals in its Play Store.

Despite the fact that the blatantly sexist Absher app allows men to invade the privacy of women and rescind their ability to freely travel throughout Saudi Arabia, Google found that it did not violate the rules of its app store. It will remain available so Saudi men can use it to enforce Sharia Law and heinous inequality.

Ex-Muslim women’s rights advocate Yasmine Mohammed is crying foul at Google for fueling ‘archaic misogyny’ because of their apparent alliance with the Saudis.

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“What irony,” she said. “In the West these technologies are used to improve lives and in Saudi Arabia they’re used to enforce gender apartheid.”

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Meanwhile, Google punishes entities that stand for universal free speech. They booted Gab from its app store because enraged leftists demanded it. Because the platform heroically refuses to censor its content, they were targeted by Orwell’s minions, and Google was more than happy to comply.

“We have had an app on the Play Store for months. This is targeted. We have been very consistent with promoting free and lawful expression and speech for everyone for over a year now,” Gab founder Andrew Torba told Tech Crunch after Google announced their ban.

Google’s video platform, YouTube banned Alex Jones of Infowars from its platform. Infowars is the leading alternative media platform, but the pro-Trump wrong think coming from Jones was ultimately deemed unacceptable for audiences by Google’s wannabe thought controllers.

“All users agree to comply with our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines when they sign up to use YouTube,” YouTube said in a statement. “When users violate these policies repeatedly, like our policies against hate speech and harassment or our terms prohibiting circumvention of our enforcement measures, we terminate their accounts.”

Although Google pays lip service to fighting hate speech, they are still happy to do the bidding of the most totalitarian governments of the world when it benefits them.

It is not just the Saudis who are lobbying Google and other tech corporations with great success. Google is also doing the bidding of the communist Chinese as they fight a crucial trade war against the US that will determine the future direction of the global economy.

“Google is planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in China that will blacklist websites and search terms about human rights, democracy, religion, and peaceful protest,” according to exclusive reporting released last year by The Intercept.

“The project – code-named Dragonfly – has been underway since spring of last year, and accelerated following a December 2017 meeting between Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai and a top Chinese government official, according to internal Google documents and people familiar with the plans.”

Google is happy to serve the enemies of freedom throughout the world with the overriding goal of making Big Brother an inescapable reality.

Until Google proves that they respect American values such as free speech and the right to privacy, they should be appropriately sanctioned, punished and perhaps even banned from the US marketplace.

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SHAMEFUL: Apple is Lobbying to Undercut Law Condemning Chinese Slave Labor

Big Tech is addicted to Chinese slave labor.

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The Washington Post reported over the weekend that tech company Apple is lobbying to undermine a law condemning China’s use of slave labor.

WaPo claimed that two congressional staffers are saying that Apple lobbyists are trying to undermine the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. The Act, which passed the House of Representatives by 403-6 in September, audits importers and tech companies for potential use of Uyghur slave labor in China.

China’s persecution of its Turkic Muslim Uyghur minority is well known, with some observers speculating that the mercantile-Communist nation has moved up to a million Uyghurs to detainment camps in the Xinjang province.

Many have questioned whether Apple itself is benefiting from the use of forced Uyghur labor. Lobbying company Fierce Government relations has accepted $90,000 from the company to lobby against anti-China legislation, the Daily Caller reported on Saturday.

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Apple has utilized Chinese government-run enterprises to manufacture its products for years. Global criticism of China and damage to its reputation has led the $2 trillion company to consider moving some of its manufacturing to India, a country globalist oligarchs are increasingly looking towards as a reservoir of cheap labor for outsourcing purposes.

Globalist monopolies such as Apple don’t compete within a “free market.” They secure access to governmental power in American and abroad and ruthlessly use it to their advantage.

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