Figuring out what to do regarding North Korea is pretty mind-boggling in and of itself, as the country doesn't react the way any normal one does. The regime is probably just testing the boundaries right now. For decades they've been abducting the citizens of their neighboring countries (and perhaps one American college student who was hiking in China when he disappeared) with relative impunity because no one really knows how to respond. Read "The Invitation-Only Zone" for a better eye-opener into their abductions program.
They periodically threaten the stability of the peninsula, too.
Sanctions just reinforce their Juche philosophy and further united the brainwashed masses into unity under their dictator.
Probably a good idea to just let the volunteers continue smuggling outside books, TV, movies, etc. into the country in hopes that they snap the people out of their insular thinking and bring down the regime from within.
Did he really claim that he wasn't a showman? Because I thought even AJ had brought it up before. Certainly many of his fans have been trying to explain that since I can remember in 2007.. Again, that has nothing to do with the facts he is presenting, it just has to do with the fact that he is getting on camera every day for hours on end and has to entertain an audience. So he really hates the New World Order, but sometimes he might have to psyche himself into being in warrior mode for several hours a day every day.
You didn't think there was some showmanship involved all along? I mean, we know he really is like that, we've seen him at it and seen his early material and know how he really feels but he has to get on camera and entertain an audience day after day. So how much is really him and how much is him being a showman, playing himself as a character to present his material is still up for debate.. but remember he is in a custody battle.
That jumped out at me as well: gun detection?
Do they really mean these asshole devices are going to be body scanning you, like mobile TSA porno scanners, and calling the cops to SWAT you when it detects your legally carried weapon?
Is Slower “Safer”?
By eric April 27, 2017
The mantra is that Slow is Safe. But Slow is often also oblivious – and sloppy.
Which tends to be dangerous, the opposite of safe.
I'd say they were in favor of self driving vehicles as well, but they were bleating about safety as well.
Once the bugs are ironed out, I'm sure they will be falling all over themselves to promote these:
Safe, sane, monitored, tracked, regulated, "green" and always under the watchful eyes of the surveillance grid.
And they even come with adorable side panel murals of "diversity", birdies and fluffy bunnys.
Maybe this one?
Fact is, there is no war on cops.
Mainstream Media Finally Exposes CIA Drug Trafficking Conspiracy in Explosive History Channel Series
By Matt Agorist April 26, 2017
Richard Nixon, in his effort to silence black people and antiwar activists, brought the War on Drugs into full force in 1973. He then signed Reorganization Plan No. 2, which established the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Over the course of five decades, this senseless war has waged on. At a cost of over $1 trillion — ruining and ending countless lives in the process — America’s drug war has created a drug problem that is worse now than ever before.
This is no coincidence.
I would have said, twenty years ago, that government will force your hand and eliminate and criminalize cash.
But now, with your fellow asshole Amerikunts falling all over themselves to get rid of cash, government won't have to lift a finger.
You'll be forced out of the market...
Because nothing says freedom like an army of cop-bots hut hutting about, watching and recording everything you do.
Wandering Security Robots Take Over America
by Charlie Nash 26 Apr 2017
Yes, this is a real thing...fail the future is.
I wonder if cop 'droids will get a Kim Jong style state funeral if they are "killed" in the line of duty?
An attack on one of the King's 'droids is the same as an attack on the King himself.
Man arrested for ‘assaulting’ a robot, which called the police itself