Maybe instead of spying on the entire population of the US and Europe, they should concentrate on actual terrorists?
I don't think they know how to do that. Not being tongue in cheek, to me it really looks like all they know how to do is "collect it all" and then sit on it. And of course the FBI is good at creating terrorism plots. But finding actual terrorists? That seems to be beyond their capabilities.
Hell, what do we need regular infantry and their weapons for in modern warfare? Spotters for planes and artillery and positional retention is all and that can be achieved with civilians who are barely able to find the right end of the gun...
Pretty sure we found uses for them in three of the most recent wars.
Maybe some day they will want to prevent actual deaths and stop wasting $$$ on anti-terrorism and direct it toward anti-automotive-fatalities.
They can't win! They pass regulations to improve automotive safety and it's a socialist nanny state takeover that also takes money out of the pockets of hard working people by making cars more expensive. People still die in car accidents and they're not doing enough to protect us.
Saying someone is a comedian does not make them right either, as your first post implied.
As the other person mentioned, you do seem to be struggling with English. You're now claiming that I implied John Oliver is right (about what exactly I'm not sure) because he is a comedian. Can you explain to me what part of my post implied that, and how?
They do call out a lot of situations, but depending on which side of the fence you fall, you may or may not go for their solution.
The ones I'm familiar with are more focused on bringing attention to perhaps overlooked problems, rather than presenting solutions. Who do you have in mind when you mention comedians proposing solutions to societal ills?