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
The Market Oracle

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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Out There Turning children into robots, human contact banned in schools


Out There Turning children into robots, human contact banned in schools.

This story truly disturbed me to my core! On one hand I can see where a handful of parents and faculty may have felt this was the way to prevent situations of displays of affection getting out of hand. However, it seems that what may have began as good intentions was obviously taken to extremes. Only in the U.S. can seemly intelligent adults conclude that the answer to normal adolesent feelings and behaviour be made suddenly be deemed bad and punishable with in-school suspensions.

Zero-Tolerance No-Hugging Policy

PALM BAY, Fla. – A 14-year-old Florida student who hugged his friend was suspended as a result of his middle school’s zero-tolerance no-hugging policy, myFOXorlando.com reported.

Nick Martinez said he gave a quick hug to his best friend, a female student, between classes.

The public display of affection was spotted by the principal of Palm Bay’s Southwest Middle School, 74 miles southeast of Orlando. While the principal said he believed the hug was innocent, he brought the two students to the school’s dean, who penalized them with in-school suspensions.

According to the Southwest Middle School’s student handbook, students can receive a one-day out-of-school suspension for kissing, while students caught hugging or hand-holding are penalized with a dean’s detention or suspension.

School administrators said a committee of parents approved the “no hugging” policy years ago, and there aren’t plans to change it any time soon.

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