Apple Bans Word ‘Redskins’ From iTunes’ Canadian Store

09.17.13 4 years ago 182 Comments


Here we go again, alert the PC Sports Blog Police.

Our friends from the “Great Wh*te North” are at it again folks, and this time they’ve fired a clear shot at American culture by acting to remove the word “REDSKINS” from the Canadian Apple Store under section 19 of their terms of service:

Apps containing references or commentary about a religious, cultural or ethnic group that are defamatory, offensive, mean-spirited or likely to expose the targeted group to harm or violence will be rejected

Jokes on them. Snyder won’t care since he shops for his QB fake ligaments and metal rods on the Android marketplace folks.

The hypocrisy of the Canadian is once again, staggering. You’ll remember these guys fought a entire WAR against the Indians. Nowdays instead of trading ringworm-ridden French badger pelts for Quebec, there trading their dignity for the right to buy the new Our Lady Peace album using American Dollars basically.


Lets take a look at some of the CFL terms that we should take out of the American iTunes store as a act of culture-war:

  • “Rough Riders” belong’s somewhere buried in the Grindr terms of service, not as a word I want to stumble across when I’m looking up Teddy Roosevelt quotes. GET IT OUT OF HERE
  • “The Grey Cup” = Offensive to the poor working man whose job it is to disinfect Big Bens jockstrap after every game or attempted kidnapping
  • “Ottawa Red Blacks” THEY HAVE A TEAM CALLED THE RED BLACKS maybe the Redskins should change their name to the Red Blacks to honor RG3s adult onset acne he gets sometimes
  • Rougue= The play itself is offensive to me since you get points for punting the ball twice on the same play, you might as well give extra challenges and a dip’n dots cart to Andy Reid and film him with a 3D camera while we’re thinking of great ideas

I see how it goes, Canada. One less thing that Im allowed to call “Redskin.”

You’re Mayors still fair play right Canada?

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