Palmer Luckey Responds To Apple Founder Steve Wozniak Criticism: “You Can’t Please Everyone”

by Jamie Feltham • April 21st, 2017

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has responded to a comment from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak expressing disappointment in the Oculus Rift inventor.

Luckey left Oculus owner Facebook in late March after months of silence following the revelation that he had funded a controversial political campaign. As reported by Forbes, Wozniak recently stated that he was “disappointed” in Luckey’s actions, adding: “Why do you hide and try and do something anonymously — it’s because you feel it’s wrong. He didn’t want to take personal responsibility.”

This story was flagged up on Reddit, where Luckey himself recently resurfaced, three weeks after leaving Facebook.

Replying specifically to the above comment, he said: “Some people want founders to keep their politics private and away from their business, others think they should do everything out in the open in a vocal way. You can’t make everyone happy, and there are good arguments on both sides, but it is clear that people who happen to align with opinions held by the majority of the media come out ahead either way.”

Luckey went on to refute the idea idea that doing something anonymously implied doing something wrong, calling it a “dangerous” idea. “It is a significant factor in the ongoing erosion of our digital liberties, and is used to justify things like mass data collection and encryption backdoors,” he said.

It’s the first time Luckey has addressed the events since issuing an apology in September 2016.

“All of the outright lies by the media demonstrated exactly why you should stay out of the spotlight if your views don’t happen to align with the mainstream press,” Luckey later added.

Luckey’s comments are particularly interesting given the nature of his departure from Facebook, and seem to broadly address the vast amount of criticism the 24 year old faced late last year. Now that he’s separate from the company, though, the big question is what he’ll do next.

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  • iThinkMyCatIsAFlea

    “All of the outright lies by the media…”

    What lies would they be Palmer?

    Palmer has shares in Oculus/Facebook. If you do buy any Oculus hardware or software then you’re lining Palmer’s alt-right, Trump-loving pockets.

    • smitethee

      Good 🙂

    • 1droidfan

      So you actually believe everything you read in the mainstream media? Wow. You really dont have the brain to criticize Palmer here, his statements are several levels above your intelligence. I hope you are simply a child, and will grow up to think for yourself one day.

      • iThinkMyCatIsAFlea

        Everything we’ve read about Palmer and his financing of an alt-right, pro-Trump group was correct. Everything, apart from Palmer’s Facebook statement.

        • smitethee

          Palmer achieves more before breakfast, than you will in your entire miserable life 🙂

          • Jim Cherry

            nice argument what has he,palmer that is, done for me lately ;}

        • 1droidfan

          Not sure what you are getting at here, is that your case for your stand that the mainstream media does not lie? Because thats the bit you quoted from him that you disagreed with. You are not making a point towards your goal just so you know.

          • NooYawker

            1 droid fan. That’s all I need to know about your intelligence.
            Where do you get “real” news from btw.

          • 1droidfan

            How very sad, keep on feeding at the trough sheep.

      • NooYawker

        No one should believe everything they read anywhere but everyone has a right to criticize Palmer if they wish. The Woz is right, Palmer hid in the shadows, aligned himself with a openly racist people to troll Hillary Clinton and promote fake news.
        Do I believe supporting oculus/facebook supports the alt-right? No, but nothing Palmer said is above anyone’s intelligence. “can’t please everyone” How the fuck is that an intelligent response to Woz?

        • 1droidfan

          So you are going to be just like the mainstream media and pick and chose which parts of his quote to make relevant? That little bit he said about pleasing everybody was just a minute bit of text in what was otherwise a clear and concise point that if your views dont align with the mainstream media you are heavily criticized for being public with those views. That was the point he made, if you cant read that from his statement, and instead are sticking with the ‘cant please everybody’ bit then you dont have the intelligence to be in a debate with me. Goodbye.

        • Pvblivs

          “How the fuck is that an intelligent response to Woz?”

          Because of the overall response that you deliberately overlooked. Different people want different things. As he correctly pointed out, many people want businessmen to keep their political support and their private lives private. But you ignore that part because it doesn’t suit your narrative, does it?

    • jimrp

      I bought one. Snowflake.

    • Bundy

      I bought a rift, because I liked its technology. I knew about, but didn’t give two shits, about Palmer’s politics.

      Not everything needs to be a hill to die on, bud.

      • Paul Schuyler

        Absolutely right on. Please ‘politicos’, keep your opinions off of everyone’s backs. I’m entirely entitled to enjoy and participate in VR without the mob mentality ruling my political choices.

        I was totally neutral and skeptical in both directions and still am. But hearing all these whiners out there picking on someone for not supporting their specific beliefs pushes me hard in the OTHER direction (whichever one that may be).

        • Bundy

          Wouldn’t it be funny if it turned out Gabe was this ultra right winger. What would these guys do then?

          Politically my beliefs fall more so on the left side than the right. But I dont care what yours are, or Palmer’s or Zuckerberg’s. Last I checked people were free to think and vote how they wanted, unmolested. That counts for people on all sides.

          • NooYawker

            It’s not their political views. It’s their actions. Like woz said. Palmer hide hat he was doing because he knew it was wrong.

          • Bundy

            It’s suddenly illegal and immoral to donate to politics? Maybe he just didn’t want some people freaking out about it. People like certain folks in this forum who instantly assign a person’s politics to everything else in their lives.

          • NooYawker

            Is that what you think he did? Just donate to trump? Ok go catch and then come back.

          • Bundy

            Enlighten us then. What did he do? And why isn’t he in jail for it if it’s so bad?

          • NooYawker

            Are you being serious? You don’t know what he wasn’t involved in and think everyone is angry about him being a trump supporter and donating money. Seriously. Is that all you think there is? Because I’m not here to educate trump supporters. Thats not possible. If you don’t know that’s on you.

          • Bundy

            Tell us, what was he involved in, other than the Nimble crap. What? You have no idea. Do you.

            And by the way, I’m no Trump supporter. I disagree with pretty much everything he says and does. But I’m done with your arrogance. So onto the blocked list for you!

          • NooYawker

            Lol. Yea block me for speaking the truth. No skin off my back. Just shows who you are.

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            Do you have anything intelligent to add to the conversation? Like a citation or something? Or are you just shitposting?

          • NooYawker

            Let me get this straight, you interject yourself into this thread, adding nothing to the conversation to ask if I have something to add.. like a citation?? Once again let me reiterate.. I’m not here to educate Trump supporters, that’s NOT possible. If you don’t know what Lucky did, then that’s your own ignorance.

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            What he’s done is a matter of public record. However, your almost satirical logical fallacies only present you as having your head in the sand, unable or unwilling (my bet is the former) to provide any evidence of YOUR claims.

          • NooYawker

            what’s my claiming he did? Like you said it’s public record and those other posters refuse to acknowledge he did anything. And he publicly apologized for doing when he was caught. So what is my claim, he was doing it in secret because he knew it was wrong. What evidence aside from his apology and his secrecy do I need?

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            So, the long answer to my simple question is that you’re shitposting? Thanks for the clarification.

          • NooYawker

            Holy shit, are you that dense? My claim is clear, he knew what he did was wrong which is why he did it in secret. Which part of that don’t you comprehend?

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            And yet again with no Citation to your claim, one safely concludes you are shitposting. Talk about dense…

          • NooYawker

            Lol. Ok. What citation do you need? What he did was public record, you said that yourself. He also did it in secret, that’s why he apologized when it was found out. So exactly what do you need a citation on and I’ll provide it.

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            Whatever it is you think you’re claiming, obviously.

          • NooYawker

            Are you that fucking stupid?? If you don’t understand the conversation stay the fuck out It’s like talking to Trump. A complete moron.

          • Toby Zuijdveld

            So, a second clear cut confirmation that you’re shitposting. Thanks for the clarification.

          • Paul Schuyler

            I can’t say for sure. But I do know that many high profile Silicon Valley folks have had all kinds of pressure put on them for their political beliefs. If I were Palmer, it would make sense to hide my views from the masses.

          • NooYawker

            I’m not sure if everyone isn’t informed or just ignoring what lucky did. This has nothing to do with just who lucky supports. It was his low level behavior, smear campaign, promoting fake news and his racist associations.

          • Jim Cherry

            he never admitted to those things so his fans will not admit that he did any of it.

          • Paul Schuyler

            Just a guess, but Gabe Newell seems too intelligent to NOT have independent beliefs. After all, Valve doesn’t follow most industry conventions. I doubt they’d want to bend to the ‘mob’ pressure…please the masses exactly or suffer consequences to your business. That’s the chaotic leftist activism I’m railing against.

          • NooYawker

            I wouldn’t be surprised if gabe was as a conservative. That’s fine there’s nothing wrong with that. Now if gabe took part in pushing fake news and promoting a smear campaign in secret then that’s a different story. Everyone has a right to their opinion and political affiliation.

          • Jim Cherry

            I wish gabe was conservative i already dislike the fact half life 3 isnt a thing i could explain it with a of course half life 3 isnt a thing whose going to pay for it conservative line.

          • james harrison

            Yeah! Mob thugs! Chased Palmer out of Facebook! They had torches and were looking for him in every cubicle! He HAD to run away! And now he doesn’t have a job! Because of the thug mobs!

          • Jim Cherry

            unmolested is the goal of the civil rights movement unfortunately its a lofty goal

          • james harrison

            If they’re free to do that … what are you complaining about?

        • james harrison

          Yeah! You tell ’em, Paul! You’re still totally neutral because you don’t yet have enough information to make a conclusion and you never will!!! Because skepticism! And balance! Never make up your mind! About anything!

  • Ted Joseph

    Not sure if Luckey supported Trump, but if he did, he is a hero in my book. Trump is kicking ASS already:

    Trumps accomplishments so far:
    Ease the burden of Obamacare
    Freezing regulations
    Withdrawing from TPP
    Federal government hiring freeze
    No federal funds for US NGOS relating to abortions abroad
    Advances Key Stone pipelines
    Border Wall construction
    Stopping sanctuary cities through defunding federal funds
    Extreme vetting and temporary travel ban
    Rebuild the military
    Hire 10000 ICE workers
    Drafted plan to defeat ISIS
    Sanctioned Iran over missile program
    Bombed Syria Airforce base for chemical warfare on its own people
    5 year lobbying ban
    Nominated Judge Gorsuch to supreme court
    Signed a house joint resolution 38 to help the coal industry
    Sanctioned Iran of their ballistic missile program
    Negotiated lower prices for F-35 fighter jets and AF1
    Worked with companies like Intel, Ford, and GM to create jobs
    Created task force to reduce crime
    Signed executive orders to protect police officers
    Signed executive orders to target drug cartels
    Launched council for advancement of women entrepreneurs
    Called or met with over 30 foreign leaders
    Reduced illegal border traffic

    Is the press (like CNN – Clinton News Network) reporting on any of these accomplishments? No! They would rather spew hatred to the American People to divide us. It wont work! The truth is out there for everyone to SEE! GO TRUMP!

    • iThinkMyCatIsAFlea

      You forgot to mention his tax returns, golden showers and his friends in Russia.

      • PopularTugboat

        golden showers lol, that is funny to me.. who are his friends in Russia? what exactly did they do? why would it be a bad thing to be friendly with a sophisticated and highly armed neighboring country?

        • NooYawker

          It’s questions like this that make me wonder… are you joking around, being serious, willfully ignorant or actually see nothing wrong. Because if the answer is anything but joking around you’re too stupid to live.

        • james harrison

          Yeah! Just because it’s Trump, all of a sudden being FRIENDS with someone is a bad thing!!!!

          More liberal persecution of conservatives!

          I think it’s GOOD to be friends with people!

          Come at me, liberals!

    • NooYawker

      Everything you listed is bullshit, an outright lie, or not something anyone should be happy about.
      How did he ease Obamacare? He failed to get it replaced.
      He’s not freezing regulations he’s destroying them and in the process destroying protection for the consumer, like rolling back privacy laws.
      Federal government hiring freeze is ridiculous, there’s 100’s of seats that were vacated with the changing of the guard that MUST be filled to run the government. It’s such a childish simplistic solution to a complex issue.
      I could go on but it’s obvious you’re either trolling to get a response or actually that clueless!!!

      I particularly like the “drafted plan to defeat ISIS” It’s just so… Trump.

      • PopularTugboat

        You probably also believe that ‘illegal’ immigrants are an integral part of society?

        • FloridaOJ

          As a fellow person who doesn’t hate Trump, I wonder… what does your question have to do with what his comment addresses?

        • NooYawker

          No I don’t believe that. But he fact you injected that speaks volumes about yourself. You know who believes illegal immigrants is integral to his business? Trump he hires thousands of them every year. And I bet you don’t mind looking the other way when an illegal saves you money like a typical hypocrite aka conservative.

      • james harrison

        Trump freed us from the ability to prevent ISPs from selling our data! Because FREEDOM!

        You forgot that accomplishment.

    • Sebastien Mathieu

      Trump is an asshole PERIOD…

      • koenshaku

        Why is that? It was british intelligence info well before he was elected and he still haven’t produced his tax returns. You support that he doesn’t?

        • james harrison

          Get lost with your stupid liberal facts! No one cares about biased facts!

    • koenshaku

      This guy is so far gone down the rabbits hole he doesn’t even know what the world looks like anymore. A prime example as why you should look for bi-partisan reporting instead of being mystified in your rabbit hole Fox News lol. Trump hasn’t done anything but make americans look like ignorant and you are an example of that, but in your case you are just ignorant. It’s not an insult just fact check your stuff and take off the blinders CNN actually supported Trump more with unprecedented free press and the like during the election cycle. Then when they started just reporting after it was over Trump deemed them fake news because he behaves like a whimsical child and regular reporting just points that out..

  • Robbie Cartwright

    Wow. Seems we haven’t heard the last from Mr. Luckey. ^^

    • iThinkMyCatIsAFlea

      Sadly.

    • Michigan Jay Sunde

      I hope Luckey sticks around now that his muzzle is off!!! I defended Oculus when they were first bought by Facebook, but I must now concede that Zuckerberg is a sh***y influence. I’m glad they have the money to continue working on the Rift, I just wish Facebook would stop trying to reshape our national hivemind whichever way it sees fit. They are long-past due for a fall.

  • Jack Liddon

    He sounds like too many of the paranoid douche bags that seem to be taking over our government. Screw him. I appreciate what he contributed to the VR world, but he can’t really expect to shit wear he eats and not feel the repercussions.

    • polysix

      YOu sound like one too many of the media fed sheeple who can’t think for themselves, but what’s new with lib-tards and SJWs.

      • Jim Cherry

        you sound like a an antisocial warrior

      • koenshaku

        “media fed”? What does that even mean where else do you go to eat your sources for information? If you live in flint michigan you just continue to drink the water because the it was the media that told you it was contaminated? Common dude news is important I always listen to talk radio it tells me things what routes have the best traffic and useful stuff like I dunno a tornado warnings.. liberals, conversatives, democrats or whatever it is important to understand their views for people to “think for themselves” making comments like these just makes you sound like a partisan person that probably listens to infowars. Admittedly I used to listen to the podcast, I stopped for two reasons AJ sounds like an unhinged nut and callers are sound crazier. Then of course I understood the point of the name, infowars is a war against information, typical fact less info with no source or a source you never heard of supporting conspiracy nonsense.

        I look back at a friend that thinks the world is flat and I glad that I stopped listening to that drivel myself.

      • NooYawker

        Where do you get your news/information from. Be specific.

      • james harrison

        Yeah! Stupid sheep-tard SJW media-eating liberals!

        YOu tell him, polysix!

  • Fear Monkey

    He is obviously a conservative working in liberalville at liberal center and didnt want libs to freak out because the tolerant left is only tolerant if you think and believe as they do. Woz is wrong here, the fact that people freaked out shows Luckey was right to keep it anonymous.

    • koenshaku

      The fact that he tried to hide it is what gave him the negative attention even more so I would say. The Patriots and Tom Brady support Trump openly and you don’t see much backlash there. The level of what he was doing anonymously led you do believe he could have been behind many fake news campaigns in social media during the election why? Because he is doing it anonymously..

      • daveinpublic

        He was basically attacked for supporting Trump. If someone supported Obama anonymously it would have been fine.

        • koenshaku

          He pretty much ran a fake news campaign on redit and financed other fake news online propaganda and dumped millions into doing just that. It isn’t that basic and yeah he was blight to facebook even on the forums here for that matter where one user kept reminding people on every oculus article with links. Supporting a candidate is one thing doing what he did and trying to hide it was another.

          • Michigan Jay Sunde

            He donated to a Reddit group that financed an anti-Hillary billboard. His contribution was estimated at $11 grand. Your statement that he “dumped millions” into running a fake news campaign demonstrates your staggering ignorance on this topic. You should be embarrassed and ashamed of your asinine statement.

          • Pizza the hut

            No shit, thank you.

          • Justos

            What a joke of a comment. Please refrain from posting if you have no idea what you’re talking about.

          • towblerone

            “He pretty much ran a fake news campaign on redit and financed other fake news online propaganda and dumped millions into doing just that”

            EVERYONE peddles in “fake news” campaigns on both sides and all citizens are free to fund whatever media organizations they want. The fact that you deem outlets you disagree with as “Fake” and therefore illegitimate is just Orwellian double-speak.

            It’s not necessary at all to disclose in any way how you support political candidates. People can anonymously donate in any way they please. The fact that Hillary lost has driven some of you libs insane. You had 8 damn years in the White House. Now it’s over. It’s time to let the other side have a voice and take the wheel.

        • towblerone

          Exactly. The fact that liberals are stating that if you support conservatives you should be publicly outed is extremely disconcerting. They want to know who you are so they can destroy you publicly via their left-leaning media outlets.

      • Avatar Roku

        The tech industry is liberal and intolerant of conservative views. The sports industry is mixed but mostly conservative. Sports industry is much more tolerant of diverse viewpoints.

      • towblerone

        And all the hubbub that resulted from all this is proof positive that he was justified in keep his politics private. It’s no one else’s business to know who you support or how.

        >The level of what he was doing anonymously led you do believe he could have been behind many fake news campaigns in social media during the election why?

        Kind of like how Facebook is now being used as a political disinformation platform for leftist politicians? Smell what you’re shoveling.

  • Trowsers

    Bye Felicia!

  • polysix

    Welcome back, he did fuck all wrong. The media/lib-tards got butt hurt massively, even more so when Trump won. They have to throw their baby tantrum shit at someone and he made a good scapegoat. The whole thing was pathetic how masses of supposedly sane, tolerant adults, witch hunted him for basically fuck all (that in the end didn’t even matter as they – the libs – were so sure they’d win and didn’t so the whole indignant BS act was a waste of time cos they are actually IN THE MINORITY go figure…).

    They should have been on his case for many broken facebook promises but not this, thank god hes out of facebook and can actually do some good with VR again. Grab Carmack too and start a new company!

    • Boobox

      The guy wasn’t ousted because he was a conservative. He was ousted because he was constantly giving them bad press and then he lost them 500 million dollars. That pretty much nailed the coffin.

      • daveinpublic

        If he had supported Obama, they may have let him off the hook for the rest.

        • james harrison

          Sure! And we know this because … because … it’s true because … you cited evidence to … to … uhh …

          Wait a minute. There is absolutely no evidence to support your assertion at all.

          But don’t let that stop you.

      • james harrison

        Do you really think facts matter to the people you’re arguing with?

  • Boobox

    People in their 20’s are stupid as fuck. I realize that I was stupid then. I imagine that becoming incredibly rich at such a young age will only solidify his terrible opinions of the world. He’ll forever lack perspective.
    Sometimes I think the voting age should be 30.

    • PopularTugboat

      To comply with the ignorance of this statement, I believe the legal voting age should be 5 or 6. Age base-range dependent upon state or parental agreement as to when they wish their child enter kindergarten.

    • Jim Cherry

      you assume alot of people under 30 actually vote when we all know that was only the case in 2008.

  • Lucky did something he has every personal and legal right to do–I don’t give a flying f**k how much anyone disagrees with it as long as it’s in his own time and private/personal life and he’s not doing anything properly dangerous or illegal–and he was persecuted by the mainstream/entertainment media and across ignorant/sheepish “social” media simply because it didn’t align with the OTT PC zeitgeist of the moment. He’s totally right in what he says above: We really should worry about how much everything we do and say is not tracked and analysed to a fine degree by everyone online; because while it might just be little things how, what happens when you are threatened with legal actions, actually charged and fined, or even put in prison for simply disagreeing with the popular opinions and views of the moment. . . . You might think that’s ridiculous, but think of all the times in recent years where you’ve heard of someone getting fired, or someone getting in legal trouble, or whatever over saying or doing something that they are technically and legally well within their right to do but it just so happens to go against what the mainstream media and political factions would like them to say and do. . . .

  • M0rdresh

    I don’t give a ***** about what Lucky Palmer eats, what perfume he wears or what his political views are, as long as he is not participating in something criminal I only care about what he brings to the technology. He is a 24 old that has done some remarkable things, some good, some bad, so what. People should look more to their own 24 self and let go this chase of political correctness (pun intended) that is detrimental to technological advance, and for that matter the advance of humanity in the end of the day.

    • james harrison

      What “pun?” Where did you make a pun? Do you know what “pun” means?

      • M0rdresh

        The fact that ‘political’ in my sentence both applies figuratively and literally, looks like you should be looking up ‘pun’. Any other contribution, or do you limit yourself to being degenerative about my wording instead of the subject at hand?

        • james harrison

          You don’t know what the word “pun” means.

  • Layne Harris

    The facts are that he did support an organization that uses questionably ethical methods, including the spreading of misinformation, to sway an important election. He spent $11,000 dollars of his own money to support this effort. As free-thinking consumers, we have a right to decide – is this behavior that of a person or company that I want to do business with? For me it’s a hard no, and that’s at least one potential customer and brand advocate. Multiply that by other people that might feel as I do and you could experience significant loss and brand love. You simply have to question his judgement here. From a purely business standpoint- it was foolish and immature. There are better, more ethical and forgivable ways to participate in an election process; literally 1000s of CEOs were able to avoid this type of fallout. His response (blaming media, etc…) was not sufficient for me whatsoever. If anything, it’s just more of the same. An immature young man who refuses to accept that his behavior, legal or not, has consequences in the free marketplace.

    • james harrison

      No one cares about your stupid factual arguments! He was clearly the victim of a liberal witch hunt. And it won’t stop there. I’m sure Hillary Clinton’s team of professional assassins–the same team that murdered Vince Foster (look it up!)–is on the hunt for Palmer right now. Liberals will do everything they can to destroy free thinking non-liberals like Palmer. Liberals have ALL the power!

      Nowhere is safe!

  • towblerone

    No, it’s because he’s smart and knows the liberal media machine roasts anyone who publicly supports Republicans or conservatives so he smartly stayed out of the spotlight. And he was right. Wozniak’s comments explain exactly why Palmer supported Trump privately: because libs are hypocrites, will be deified in the media for supporting their candidate but use social media to destroy people who exercise their constitutional right to support the politicians they choose.

    Try watching TV or reading comics or playing video games and not get smashed over the head with liberal points of view. DC made a freakin’ superhero character out of Obama, but their characters explicitly state how disgusted they are that Trump is now POTUS. And liberals preach tolerance and a need for “diversity”. What a joke.

  • Palmer Luckey made his choices during a very divisive election. However it was the trial that I feel as others have said was the final reason for his departure from Oculus. But it could also be the fact that Luckey has always come off as an independent thinker and his views probably don’t align anymore with the new Oculus under Facebook, which seems to me, they don’t see the desktop being the final gateway into its social VAMR platform they’re conceiving, but a mobile platform. Understandable due to Facebook’s nature, but also the high cost of entry and the fact Facebook main use is on a mobile platform. I make this point because Luckey has been very open on his views of VR being a “gamer” device and an extension to the gamer PC which will not help Facebook’s revenue model. In fact I make a prediction that you will see a version of Oculus VR on a Mac 2018, and VAMR on the iPhone 8, especially if Apple announces VAMRkit at WWDC. This will give Facebook/Oculus a presence on the two largest mobile device makers: Samsung & Apple. I would also not rule out another wildcard in this, and that is NVIDIA/Oculus partnership. Unconfirmed, but when I scrutinized the Oculus mobile HMD shown off last year, and magnified some of the images, I could swear that their development board was a Jetson TXx derivative. If this is true and from my own experience with the TX1, this could blow a hole into Qualcomm, Samsung, Intel, AMD and even Microsoft’s & Apple’s foray into this market. Especially if my theory on why Apple is creating their own mobile GPU is correct, which is massive parallel pipelines that are essential to processing SLAM data – which NVIDIA with their CUDA cores and mature SDK are quickly becoming the leader in.

  • chizwoz

    Because he works in silicon valley and only 1 political opinion is welcome?

  • JeanClaude

    Can’t take anyone seriously in these comments. Everybody is just a sheeple nowadays. I’ve never been an anarchist, but the established parties and their sheeps need to take a chill pill and start thinking individually again.

  • FedUp1968

    This is rich, he left “following the revelation that he had funded a controversial political campaign.” He donated money to Trump’s campaign which he has every right to do! So for that he’s driven out of the product he invented. Love the tolerant Liberals “Ours are the only ideas allowed! All others will be silenced.”

  • Wow! Palmer is back on reddit!!