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The Best Weapon Against Tyranny Is No Longer An Assault Rifle – It’s A Keyboard
A modern force of arms is not the traditional image of a group of minutemen gathering to stand against an army, it is in organized computer systems, in information release, even our combat systems have become little more than remote-controlled video games. In such a computer driven world, what use is an assault rifle?
The United States grasp of information based warfare is primitive, even as our enemies have embraced it. Already coordinated cyber-attacks by both foreign governments and terrorist organizations are on the rise. It is now considered highly likely a large scale coordinated cyber-attack will occur in the next 11 months. But while there are dangerous enemies abroad, there are also domestic patriot computer activists who did take up force of arms, their computers, to prevent a tyrannical takeover of the government.
A true defender of the 2nd Amendment would not be fighting against an Assault Weapons Ban, which would effect an ever shrinking group, but instead be fighting against attempts to restrict internet access, which would be to eliminate access to the arms of the 21st century.
Is the computer keyboard the best offensive weapon in the war against the NWO?
A computer is not a weapon.
Just imagine how powerful a force of hackers taking over government drones could be in the war against oppression. Imagine if the hackers could expose their plans against Americans through information dumps and scramble government databases to make all that info they've spent so many years gathering on us useless. With the level of dependence everybody has come to put on computer based systems, disrupting those systems may just be a crippling blow enough to bring the ofrces of the NWO to their knees. Maybe the keyboard really is the true weapon of 21st century. It makes you wonder if the government grab on guns isn't really just a distraction while they seek to take away more of our internet freedoms.