Bryan Chaffin debunks falsehoods and misinformation spread by the NCPPR

Remember the NCPPR?
The National Center for Public Policy Research?
The organisation that's denying climate change?
The organisation that received quite a bit of press after Tim Cook got angry during Apple's last shareholder conference, about their demands that Apple would only do things that are good for the bottom line of the company?
The organisation that was told by Tim Cook to get out of the AAPL stock if they didn't like the way Apple operates?

Well, they wrote a rebuttal after the shareholder conference, accusing Apple of only faking ecological responsibility and Tim Cook only faking anger when he told the NCPPR off.
It's pretty much what you'd expect from an organisation like this.

Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer wrote a great editorial in response to their rebuttal, outlining all the falsehoods they spread. Read it, it's well worth your time.