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Purchasing iPhone Same as Buying Glock and Bullets

In the first video above, journalist and ex-banker Max Keiser explains why, buying an iPhone or iPad is no different to purchasing a semi-automatic handgun and a round of ammunition.

Apple has been hugely successful over the past decade, with economists recently declaring the company to be richer than the US government.

Nevertheless, Apple has frequently been accused of unethical business practises and treating staff badly at its Foxconn factory in China.

Above, journalist Bill Weir investigates these claims and becomes the first non-Apple employee allowed to see Foxconn’s assembly line and speak to the workers, who receive around £1.13 an hour.

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Tags politics, media, Gun, china, suicide, Apple, Max Keiser, iPhone, iPad, Foxconn, glock, handgun, ammunition, bullets, Bill Weir
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