Apple Joins Anti-Southern Cultural Genocide, Removes Apps Depicting Confederate Flag

Now they're moving to erase any historical references to a time period. To be fair then, let's pull all references to the six trillion gassed with delousing bug spray in the "death camps." Because of my German heritage, it's offensive.
Now they’re moving to erase any historical references to a time period. To be fair then, let’s pull all references to the six trillion gassed with delousing bug spray in the “death camps.” Because of my German heritage, it’s offensive.

Massive corporation Apple, run by homosexual deviant Tim Cook, has now joined fellow economic powerhouses Walmart, Sears/Kmart, Amazon, and Ebay in pulling Confederacy-themed items from its list of available products, as was reported on Majority Rebellion.

The decision, made early Thursday morning to widespread acclaim from the Jewish-dominated media, covers online apps that either depict the Confederate Battle Flag, or in the instance of video games, allow the user to triumph as the Confederate States of America.

Graphic designers, many of whom were disgusted at the purging of works that had consumed untold hours of labor and brainpower, were told that the reasons for the attack on Southern heritage stem from, “Images of the confederate flag used in offensive and mean-spirited ways.”

Apple has been known for attacks on freedom of speech in the past, and is expected to issue a further statement in the coming hours.

Inquisitr:

The Confederate flag is being pulled down left and right from public display and retailers in the wake of the Charleston, South Carolina, church massacre of nine African-American men and women by a lone racist. Apple has purged its iTunes catalog of the flag, which is a symbol of racism to most in the United States. However, did the company go too far by including historical Civil War games?

Touch Arcade discovered that games like Ultimate General: Gettysburg by Game-Labs and all of the Civil War-themed titles from Hunted Cow Studios, among others, have been pulled from iTunes. This was part of a site-wide purge that removed all apps with any kind of depiction of the Confederate flag, regardless of context.

Developers were told this is “because it includes images of the confederate flag used in offensive and mean-spirited ways.”

If one has been following the news oozing forth from the mainstream media, it is clear that there is an outpouring of joy over the latest Reconstruction attempts upon the Southern people, pushed forward with a speed that has shocked most.

One also quickly comes to the conclusion that, if nothing is done to stand up and demand an end to this fiasco, all symbols and connections to the past will eventually be thrown into the blender of multiculturalism, leaving the current and next generation with little in the way of a cohesive identity.

And this is exactly what the Jew and Marxist desire.

How dare you attempt to change the course of history in a virtual simulation! That is racist, and against diversity, which is what America stands for!
How dare you attempt to change the course of history in a virtual simulation! That is racist, and against diversity, which is what America stands for!

 

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9 Comments

  1. Has anyone noticed how much into overdrive our foes have been going into lately? It’s as if they are really moving quickly against the awakening which is occurring in our nations.

    It’s a real shame to see how the Confederate Battle Flag being disrespected; the mainstream media makes me physically ill, just looking at one of the fake pansies makes me want to gag.

  2. There are far better WSI games out there than this rotten Apple app. War For Rights and Scourge of War, for instance.

  3. This deconstructed Yankee asks politely, insistently, and with a fear that his covenant seed will not survive in the “Brave New Obmanation,”

    CAN Y’ALL SECEDE, NOW?

    PLEASE!?

  4. TEXAS SCHOOLS JUMP ON BANDWAGON TO DUMP HISTORIC CONFEDERATE TIES

    http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/06/29/texas-schools-jump-on-bandwagon-to-dump-historic-confederate-ties/

    On Thursday, Rhonda Skillern-Jones, school board president for the nation’s seventh largest school district, Houston Independent School District (ISD), called for renaming six campuses that bear the names of Confederate army officers and others associated with the Confederacy. District Superintendent Terry Grier is “strongly considering” recommending that the board do it, the Houston Chronicle reported.

    Previously, Texas state Sen. Rodney Ellis (D-Houston) urged Skillern-Jones in a letter to rebrand those six campuses, which are Dowling Middle School, named for Richard Dowling, a Confederate army officer; Jackson Middle School, named for Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, the brigadier general in the Confederate army; Davis High School, named for Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America; Johnston Middle School, named for Albert Sidney Johnson, a Confederate army general; Lee High School, named for Confederate army commander Robert E. Lee; and Reagan High School, named for the postmaster general and the Confederacy’s secretary of the treasury John H. Reagan.

  5. What about Judah Benjamin’s memorial in Florida?

    Or his mansion?

    http://www.flpublicarchaeology.org/civilwar/monuments/ellenton/judah-p.-benjamin-memorial/gamble-house-front-oblique.jpg.php

    Will there be calls by jewish writers to obliterate these hateful memorials to slavery?

    Will they focus on the heavy jewish influence and their culpability in the slave trade back then?

    I would not bet on it.

    In fairness should not the ‘brains of the confederacy’ get eviscerated.

    Pin the tails on their donkey’s for a change and watch how quickly this issue dies down.

    ‘Today the Gamble Plantation mansion is restored and the centerpiece of the Gamble Plantation State Historic Site. It remains also, however, as the Judah P. Benjamin Memorial.

    It is the only Antebellum mansion standing in south Florida.’

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