Monopolies Monopoly Rights (Intellectual Property)

False Idols & Monopoly Rights

Steve Jobs stole his “invention” from Xerox PARC. Bill Gates stole his operating system from Gary Kildall. And Mark Zuckerberg stole the idea of Hatebook (aka Facebook) from his college friends.

Steve Jobs stole his “invention” from Xerox PARC. Bill Gates stole his operating system from Gary Kildall. And Mark Zuckerberg stole the idea of Hatebook (aka Facebook) from his college friends. It seems that the rich folks that the TV keeps masquerading to us as “geniuses” are nothing more than manipulative thieves and false idols.

I have shared a lot of content across several platforms, and each one of them was intended to ignite beautiful intellectual debate. I noticed that the ones where I mention Bill Gates get the most attention for a reason I couldn’t fully understand in the beginning until I finally realized the nature of the cultish fellowship to this false idol.

Knowing that Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg merely stole other people’s inventions or ideas and monetized them, it ceases to be intellectually respectable for someone to defend these false idols righteously knowing all three of them evoked an avalanche of monopoly rights (aka intellectual property rights) to deprive everyone else of any decent chance to innovate. The tide of lawsuits that these three thieves initiated brutally crushed any startup from any fair chance to compete and innovate leading inescapably to the monopoly empires we see today in Microsoft and Apple and Hatebook (aka Facebook).

These three monopolies relentlessly publish bold propaganda priding themselves as a cradle of innovation when the only reason why they became so rich or so big is by stifling innovation and strangling any competition through monopoly rights, patents, and endless lawsuits.

If you want to cheer for these repugnant folks or their dictatorial empires, it is your choice but understand the facts at least.

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