Offensive technology: Attack of the Drones – USA


Offensive technology: Attack of the Drones – USA.

 

With the recent introduction of Drones in the United States which will be used by our local law enforcement to spy on and control US citizens. This story is no longer science fiction but very much a reality. This is something that as American citizens we need to educate ourselves as much as possible on this technology and find out exactly how it is intended to be used and why?

There is some pretty incredible and hugely sophisticated equipment being demonstrated in this video. We also hear stories from American Military personnel about their experiences and involvement with this emerging technology. Well, as much as they were willing to share and still retain enough secrecy to remain safe and effective at their jobs.

Attack of the Drones – USA

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U.S. Military Drones Reported Operating Across the United States

By Danny Schechter
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It’s easy to understand why Presidents, politicians and the military love robots. They don’t talk back. They follow orders. You press a button and they do what they are told. They are considered so efficient, and so lethal.
These modern killing machines represent science fiction reborn as science ‘faction.’

Robots and drones don’t burn Korans or pose with the heads of their captives on the battlefield. (Robots also don’t protest wars.) Lose the human factor and you get silent but deadly total destruction.

And that’s why drone warfare has become such a weapon of choice. You have video game jockeys sitting on their asses in front of consoles of digital displays at an Air Force base outside Las Vegas, targeting suspected terrorists in Afghanistan. After a couple of quick kills, they take the rest of the day off.

It’s only later, that we get the reports of civilians decimated as collateral damage.

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Offensive technology: Attack of the Drones w/ Jason Bermas


Offensive technology: Attack of the Drones w/ Jason Bermas.

Manufacturers are targeting U.S. police forces for sales, as drones
move from the Middle East to Main Street.

With 63 UAV Drone launch sites in 20 States and growing, the
abuses and violations of the rights of Americans has already begun.

Jason Bermas elaborates…

As US citizens we must stand up and speak out about the us of these Drones against the American Public! It is outragous that this is being done unconstitutionally using A false War on Terror by the Military selling these Drones to US police forces moving them from the Middle East to Main Street of your city! It has already started and they are being used right now in the United States. by Larry Paszli

 

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Cost of War to the United States | COSTOFWAR.COM


Cost of War to the United States | COSTOFWAR.COM.

Of course, this does not include the loss of life as well as the emotional, physical and mental health implications that go along with being involved in war. When you consider that even though we have “won” or “ended” these wars and are bringing the troops home but that we will still have an occupation in these countries, you have to ask yourself why? If we have won and ended the wars, why do have to continue to spend US tax payers dollars at an alarming rate to continue to maintain our presence there? What was it exactly that was “won” as a result of these wars and exactly what part of it has ended? Once the United States invades a country in the name of “war” we never really leave because a base or embassy is always founded and will remain indefinately. Think about this as you listen to your state and federal representitives or government talk about rising unemployement rates, as you watch our educational system fail our children due to budget cuts. Think about this as Big Business, banks and financial intitutions report massive profit earnings reports and the cost of health care and insurance continue to increase while the services and benefits they provide steadly declines. Our Congress continues to introduce and pass legislation into law on a dialy basis which is stripping the American people of their Contitutional Rights and Civil Liberties.

Just last week a multi billion dollar contract was approved to purchase and put in place 30, 000 drones (unmaned servelance planes) that will be used to “police” US citizens throughout OUR country NOT other countries as we are doing presently.

Wake up people! We are being sold a bill of goods on a daily basis and it isn’t getting any better. In fact, it is getting worse. Much worse and we haven’t seen anything compared to what is yet to come! Turn off your reality tv shows and get involved with your communities and be a part of making others aware of what is really going on at a local level. This is the only way we have any chance of bringing about real change in our coun

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Defending civil liberties Domestic drones: America’s war on privacy


Defending civil liberties Domestic drones: America’s war on privacy.

 

Domestic drones: America’s war on privacy

 

‘No Information Available To The Public’ On Domestic Drones

 

Thinkprogress.org

Drones have constituted the sharp edge of U.S. global counter-terror strategy — flying high over hot spots, surveilling suspects and occasionally launching missiles down at them. Now, scaled down versions are being used right here in the United States. The L.A. Police Department is already using them. And civilians want to harness the power and efficiency of unmanned aircraft as well. The L.A. Times reported last year, “Farmers think drones could aid in spraying their crops with pesticides.” The federal government appears poised to allow it. But civil liberties groups have raised alarms about potential pitfalls in domestic drone use, including violating the privacy of U.S. citizens.

Now, a lawsuit against the federal government places in the crosshairs the complete lack of public information about just who, exactly, would be operating these drone aircraft over the U.S.

The San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) took the issue to the U.S. District Court in Norther California, reports the Washington Post. EFF is suing the U.S. Department of Transportation for information about domestic drones. The suit follows a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request which went unheeded by the Department and its subsidiary, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), that regulates airways and therefore domestic drone use. The complaint asserts: “There is currently no information available to the public on which specific public and civil entities have applied for, been granted or been denied certificates or authorizations to fly unmanned aircraft in the United States.” EFF spokeswoman Jennifer Lynch told the Post:

Drones give the government and other unmanned aircraft operators a powerful new surveillance tool to gather extensive and intrusive data on Americans’ movements and activities. As the government begins to make policy decisions about the use of these aircraft, the public needs to know more about how and why these drones are being used to surveil United States citizens.

Lynch said a good start towards increasing public knowledge about the programs — and the risks they pose to civil liberties — would be to know who wants to use drones, and who is getting permission to do so. “In my mind, the first step is to get the information from the FAA about who has authorization,” she said. “We don’t really know very much right now.”

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War Crimes Lethal Autonomy


War Crimes Lethal Autonomy.

At a time when the American people are beginning to wake up and understand how our government and military are using war to help insure our access to foreign countries oil supplies and using war as the ever popular cash cows straining our American budgets more and more are demanding we bring the troops home and end these wars. As war becomes less popular with American citizens the military apparently are looking for ways to continue our “occupation” and control in countries such as Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and countries in North Africa to name a few known jurisdictions, the militaries interest in these unmanned aerial vehicles is becoming increasingly popular.  The Pentagon has about 7,000 aerial drones. Ten years ago there were less than 50. According to the website longwarjournal.com.