Here it is folks, the LWCT-18 Assault truck. I realize that until the many attacks over recent years by “terrorist” using “assault weapons” that many of you had not actually ever seen an “assault weapon” up close and personal. But, after the recent shootings at schools and night-clubs the dip-ships in media and government have been all too eager to shove photos of “assault weapons” in your face. They want to make sure they paint a really horrible picture for you when they fill you full of shit about what, say – assault ‘rifles’ are and how we MUST ban them right away.
So, before many decades have to pass before you get the same belated opportunity with the latest “terrorist assault weapon” – here is a photo of one – the assault ‘truck,’ As indicated above, this is the “LWCT-18” assault truck. It was used to kill people. Therefore, it must be an assault weapon, and the guy driving it must be a terrorist. Get ready my friends, because if we hold to the same and consistent dumb-fuck logic the government spews from their pie-holes on everything else, then we certainly MUST ban these new “assault trucks.” After all, people don’t kill people, guns and trucks do.
Bottle up the champagne, pack away the noisemakers, and toss out the party hats.
There is no cause for celebration.
We have secured no major victories against tyranny.
We have achieved no great feat in pushing back against government overreach.
For all intents and purposes, the National Security Agency has supposedly ceased its bulk collection of metadata from Americans’ phone calls, but read the fine print: nothing is going to change.
The USA Freedom Act, which claimed to put an end to the National Security Agency’s controversial collection of metadata from Americans’ phone calls, was a sham, a sleight-of-hand political gag pulled on a gullible public desperate to believe that we still live in a constitutional republic rather than a down-and-out, out-of-control, corporate-controlled, economically impoverished, corrupt, warring, militarized banana republic.
You cannot restrain the NSA. The beast has outgrown its chains.
You cannot reform the NSA. A government that lies, cheats, steals, sidesteps the law, and then absolves itself of wrongdoing does not voluntarily alter its behavior.
You cannot put an end to the NSA’s “technotyranny.” Presidents, politicians, and court rulings have come and gone over the course of the NSA’s 60-year history, but none of them have managed to shut down the government’s secret surveillance of Americans’ phone calls, emails, text messages, transactions, communications and activities.