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American police officers may soon be able to use unmanned aircraft not only for surveillance, but also for offensive action. The drones may be equipped to fire rubber rounds and tear gas.
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A hacker's dream come true!!
there are sea sharks, land sharks, and now sky sharks. but they all fear the mighty BANG STICK.
A good size RC copter or plane can take one out ,without the police seeing who took out their drone. It will happen because we can!!!
Hello, and thanks for the Primal Image. Love Alan Lamb's work. I don't know much about him eehitr, except that most of his recordings are field recordings of a small piece of property he bought in the Australian outback which are covered by the power line towers you see on the cover of Primal Image, and the sounds are the sounds of the ferocious wind vibrating the wires and creating those otherworldly hums. Fantastic stuff! Imagine being there and hearing those sounds! Anyway, enough from me. Thanks again for the link. Bob
Most free rifles are in the USA?What about Russia and the Rest of the world ?The Question is ? Bound towards slavery ?
Test flights of up to ten drones in formation have been made over Arkansas, spraying aerosols containing ten infectuous agents identified by an M.D. as intended to affect lungs and blood system.
Remember when they used to call police officers "peace" officers? We can see why they dropped the peace. "Rubber" bullets? If they're the same rubber bullets the Israelis use on unarmed Palestinian s(I suspect they are), then they are firing a rubber coated metal round. I'm sure the officer has justified it in his mind it won't hurt. BTW, curious if this deputy is one of the thousands that have visited Israel to get advanced "security" training? You can bet whatever armaments on on military drones can be adapted for "civilian" use.
why doesn't RT ever report on how the Russian government and police treat their people? Afraid to go there, are we? Rt is very good at pointing out the wrongs of others, but when it comes to their own homeland, they are conveniently silent..wake up to the truth people.
bravewarrior (unregistered) wrote in #20
anonymous (unregistered) wrote in #1First they're spying on their own people now they plan on bombing them with tear gas. one step clocer to 2 party facismHave you ever wondered why so many personal firearms are allowed in our country? Yes we know all about the constitution, but it didn't take took long for our president and congress to suspend Habeas corpus-did it. Someday police, army, national guard troops will be on search and destroy missions in our neighborhoods. Looking for 'terrorists' who are stirring up the population with ridiculous demands for food and shelter. The officers of these troops will determine that the number of privately owned firearms presents too high a danger for his forces. Instead they will employ high powered ordnance to clear out snipers. It will be regregible so many innocent civilians, including children were killed. But the elites have conditioned us to accept-that like in Iraq and Afganistan-this is an unfortunate necessity of the war on terror and to preserve our freedoms. The elites continue to put pressure on the masses, i.e. foreclosures, higher rents, higher food prices, fingerprinting people in homeless shelters. The police become more aggressive and intrusive. They are trying to stir up-armed revolts. Don't be fooled! They want an excuse to 'thin the herds'. Resist by pulling your family, friends, and neighbors away from their TVs-spread awareness! Everywhere and anywhere you can. Bravewarri or, you are so correct. I've been harping that tune for a few years now. This aggression push is not just here in the US, but on a global scale as well. I truly believe the 'thinning of the herd' as you so accurately put it, is being orchestated before our eyes. When we see what is done to countries, to people....my only ownder in this is that the world has not erupted into all out war yet! It is coming...everywhere. Collapse of the dollar, hyper-inflation, food and water shortages, riots, detentions and roundups and then ultimately, liquidations. Soylent Green without the snacks.
“It’s simply not appropriate to use any force, lethal or non-lethal, on a drone,” Catherine Crump, staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), told CBSDC.What does this mean?
If they get close enough, I'm shooting that **** down with a 7.62 round. Those government p!gs will force a Revolution..
anonymous (unregistered) wrote in #1
First they're spying on their own people now they plan on bombing them with tear gas. one step clocer to 2 party facism
One step closer? We're there, citizen, we're there already. The free-range chickens still think they're in forest, a noble democratic republic of chickendom. Ahh, but the view from the drones would show differently, our vast Orwellian animal farm, and beyond it others too, with different types of chickens. Across the globe. Chicken farms. 2 party systems? A fabulous dog-and pony (elephant and donkey?) show hiding the fact that not only do the chickens not rule the roost, but neither does MC dog and pony, but the agribusiness. Not even the flying drones will ever be privy to the location of that secret base.
Oh come on now. All those hunters will not need a game stamp anymore for hunting season. This is more exciting then killing an animal for a trophy kill. Now the hunt is a little more even, don't you think! The role has been reversed and now they are hunting YOU. You can always say, I was shooting at a Pheasant and didn't realize it was a drone until I hung it over the fireplace as a trophy. Now the new Spy-Butterfly drone being developed in Israel would be one hell of a shot :).
targetpractice (unregistered) wrote in #13
i see a drone above my head its getting shot down....AR 15 on sale 699.00 including scope 2 magazines and guitar case :)
Yes, I am excited about this. I have been made retarded by morons that think.. well, what do they think? We need everyone to be under the eye. The government will figure this out. I trust them more than the others, the tyros. Honestly, our species is doomed otherwise. Anyone seen my cognitive tests would know why they ain't real sharp, and when I say they, I mean the "doctors" working on me from afar.
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