Lucy and the Pirates Vs Elon Musk’s Transhumanist New World Order

Welcome to the Muskerade, one and all! 

We have Vampires and Dread-Pledge Collectors!

Morbidly Obese Zombies!

Werewolves in Sheep’s Clothing! 

And, Humanoid Robots! 

Oh, and here’s a shocker, the word robot is from the Czech word robota, meaning ‘forced labour’. The term was coined in K. Čapek’s play R.U.R. ‘Rossum’s Universal Robots’ (1920).

It’s a veritable freak circus and the audience are all hackable masktards, already plugged into the electric mainframe; the only thing that remains is to press the START button. 

Oh, and the only difference between automated guided vehicles and Elon Musk’s transhuman evolution is the fact that you can’t kickstart the former… 

Aah… Young Elon, also known as Elon Yong-un, Satan Klaus’ Young Global Leader, class of 2005. The elite class who are protected by their own stormtrooper army fanatically loyal to the New World Empire.

And, if you’re not a fan, this is how that story goes: 

After the declaration of the Galactic Empire, the clone troopers who’d served the Republic became stormtroopers obeying the will of the Emperor, defeating the Empire’s enemies and enforcing its increasingly oppressive laws. Over time the stormtrooper ranks were filled not by clones but by recruits, trained for blind obedience and fanatical loyalty. On planets such as Lothal, stormtroopers became the face of the Empire, opposed by a brave few who dreamed of restoring freedom to the galaxy.

But of course, the tech demons (and movie makers) have been at the game for a lot longer. 

In 1976, you could “byte into an Apple, for only $666.66!”

And in 1984, Apple brought us the Mac, in a mindblowing – pun intended – Superbowl commercial, an Orwellian masterpiece, directly by none other than Ridley Scott, whose movies are filled with carnage, humans battle aliens, robots, and, most frequently, each other in pursuit of power, honor, and glory. 

  • Ridley Scott, who was knighted in 2003 by the Royal Nosferatu herself.
  • The same Ridley Scott, who’s a self-admitted atheist.
  • And, who is joined in his religious orientation by none other than Stanley Kubrick – the first man on the set of the moon. 
  • And, George Lucas, who has “complex religious beliefs”. 

So, WWJD? (That’s Jeff, not Jesus) 

I think the Bible is pretty clear. Jesus hung out with prostitutes and lepers and the very first miracle He performed was turning water into the best wine. 

Definitely my kind of guy. 

The part where we must have a heart to heart is His view of the tax vampires though. The Pharisees saw tax collectors as enemies to be shunned. Jesus saw them as the spiritually sick to be healed. 
I’m not sure there’s any hope for their healing. Not in this life anyway. As a matter of fact, they join the line-up of controlled opposition puppets I talk about in today’s show – and a few other cool things, including how you can access the FREE Crypto Vigilante Workshop on April 22, to learn exactly how to get started with cryptocurrency – safely, securely, quickly, and positioned to stay private and make the most profits.

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Transcript of Apple’s 1984 Macintosh Computer Commercial: 

[In walk the drones]

“Today we celebrate the first glorious anniversary of the Information Purification Directives.

[Apple’s hammer-thrower enters, pursued by storm troopers.]

We have created for the first time in all history a garden of pure ideology, where each worker may bloom, secure from the pests of any contradictory true thoughts.

Our Unification of Thoughts is more powerful a weapon than any fleet or army on earth.

We are one people, with one will, one resolve, one cause.

Our enemies shall talk themselves to death and we will bury them with their own confusion.

[Hammer is thrown at the screen]

We shall prevail!


On January 24th Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984 won’t be like ‘1984.’”