Type of legislation advocated primarily by big government proponents and "liberal" (sub)urban sheep who apparently think that it's a better idea to call the cops and wait up to fifteen minutes for them while some jerk is stealing your stuff, killing your spouse/kids/you, instead of shooting him dead before he gets the chance to. Gun control isn't always aimed at outlawing guns or certain types of guns, but putting (usually) silly restrictions on where a gun owner can keep their firearm in relation to the accessability to children, ammunition, etc.
As far as banning guns, well, drugs like weed, coke, LSD, and a whole lot more are currently illegal, and look how many KIDS, let alone adults, use that stuff. Hell, a few years ago in Washington DC, 69 per 100,000 were murdured via gunfire in one year, while, in the same year, 9 per 100,000 were murdured via gunfire in Indianapolis, a city with comparatively minimal gun control. And don't cite the gun accidents that occur every year to try and justify taking away everyone's guns. People get into car accidents due to drunkeness every year, so why don't we ban alcohol and cars? In fact, whenever someone dies as a result of mishandeling a purchaseable product, let's ban that product! Yeah, that makes sense! Humanity will be back to 10,000 BC in no time!
God knows that M-16s are machineguns, Colt 1911s are "assault weapons," and any gun that fires a higher caliber than "BB" is capable of "mass destruction." No one (except the Loving, Caring, All-Knowing State, of course) should be allowed to possess such horrible tools of destruction, because the common man is just too stupid and ignorant to operate them properly. And besides, what does the common man need them for anyway? It's not like someone is ever going to break into their home with ill intent, or that the government would ever abuse it's power and do a nation-wide purge of "socially-dangerous individuals" is it???
Vril is the power source of a subterranean race of beings. The uses of Vril amongst the Vril-ya vary from an agent of destruction to a healing substance.
The Vril-ya are a race of beings described in the novel titled "Power of the Coming Race". The book was originally published anonymously but was known to be written by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. (1871)
Lytton describes Vril-ya as a subterranean race of super beings sometimes said to resemble angels. The women of this race are known to be larger in size and more powerful than their smaller in stature male counterparts. Therefore the females are both mentally and physically the dominant sex. Vril-ya are descendants of an antediluvian civilization who live in networks of subterranean caverns linked by tunnels.
Many early readers and some theosophists believed Vril and the Vril-ya beings are real and the description provided in his writings is accurate. Since 1960 there has been a conspiracy theory about a Vril Society.
Further research of Vril will also lead you to Maria Orsic (also known as Maria Orchitsch) a famous medium who became the leader of the Vril Gelleschaft.
A technological Utopia, the Vril-ya have chief among their tools the "all permeating fluid" called Vril, giving them access to an extraordinary force that can be controlled at will.
A can of whup-ass with a voice, a jetpack and a laser gun.
Mr. Zurkon's laser roundhouse kicks enemies.
|4.||Weapons of Mass Murder|
A phrase coined when weapons of mass destruction just wasn't scary or sinister enough anymore. Taken literally, this phrase could only mean any weapon that could take the lives of several human beings. When used in a political sense, it is used to refer to the enemy's weapons that we don't like them using. When weapons are labeled Weapons of Mass Murder, they carry the connotation of being unethical, but to me "unethical weapons" implies there are ethical weapons.. and that doesnt really sound right. In reality, ALL WEAPONS ARE TOOLS USED TO MURDER. It shouldnt be long before the propaganda machines in washington start sugar coating our weapons and refering them as "Weapons of Mass Freedom".
We must use our Soldiers of Mass Righteousness to seize iraq's Weapons of Mass Murder.
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1. (verb)- the act of destruction upon anythingmore...
2. (verb)- describing a state of complete annihilation and own-age
3. As a substitution for the word rally, "I'm going to go in there and wreck shop on those fools" as opposed to "I'm going in to rally them"
4. The phrase "wreck shop" is believed to have been originated in the early 17th century in the Swiss Alps, where an old man who had been working in the same workshop for the past 47 years (rumors are unclear of whether he was a shoemaker or jeweler, another popular story is he made watches but whatever the case he made preformed some tedious actions to make the same product over a long period of time). After his years of faithful servitude he one day lost his mind and threw tools and benches all over the place creating mass destruction to his working environment. Because of his unpredicted actions of havoc the shop was never re-constructed and was believed to be cursed. This led to the use of the combination of the two common words "wreck" and "shop" to describe an event of mass local destruction. The phrase went out of saying in around 1654 but came into rapid reemergence in the late 21st century in Santa Cruz California. Wrecking Shop can be compared to the once popular phrase of “
1.) An unsavory skank, male or female, who is persistently senile and out of touch with reality. When not wreaking havoc in public, they spend their time in holes, gutters, sewers, cardboard boxes, Chicken coops, roofs of tall buildings, and sometimes even luxurious mansions, brewing up brilliantly odd and completely unnecessary plots against society in order to justify whatever the individual skiznak feels violates their hallucinated purpose.
Considered one of the rare jewels of society, skriznaks are people that frequently display outrageous and sometimes superhuman upheavals of rage that will rapidly twist and mangle any previously normal situation into complete chaos. They utterly devastate any establishment or social environment that happens to be in their vicinity. (Usually in public). The popularly accepted cause of their behavior is said to be drug-related (prescriptions not excluded), but the existence of some skriznaks can be the result of brain damage, bad upbringing, terminal chemical imbalances in the brain, bad hygiene, television, mind control, time travel...or a combination of all these things. Skriznaks are the unpredictable bastard villains of our civilization who possess unfounded compulsatory intentions to lurk in other people´s affairs, trying to assemble clever schemes with the broken tools of a crippled mind. Most are filthy and wear old raggy clothes, but some have a sense of fashion, especially when they claim a Wal-Mart or JCPenny´s. Skrizn...
The "USA Patriot Act" titled "Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT) Act of 2001" is a sweeping Bill signed by President Bush on October 24, 2001, to "deter and punish terrorist acts in the United States and around the world, to enhance law enforcement investigatory tools, and for other purposes."more...
HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?
A national crisis, such as the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, immediately encourages a 'do something' reaction in politicians of every stripe. The greater the crisis, the swifter -- and more unthinking -- the solution politicians concoct.
At such times, a herd mentality takes hold that overcomes logic and reason. Having served eight years in the U.S. House of Representatives, I can attest first hand to this dangerous political phenomenon. Just six weeks after the September 11th attacks, on October 26, 2001, a panicked U.S. Congress adopted the so-called 'USA PATRIOT Act.'
The PATRIOT Act became law with great haste and secrecy. In the name of the 'war on terrorism,' Congress passed this questionable legislation giving the U.S. executive branch and its police agencies sweeping new powers that undermine the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The Act (all 362 pages of it) was passed with little debate by senators and congressmen, most of whom did not, and could not even read the bill, because when the final vote was taken, no pr...