Posts Tagged ‘drones’

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Ilhan Omar: Obama’s a ‘pretty face’ who got ‘away with murder’

 

I don’t expect her to remain in Congress after the next election cycle if she keeps calling out the war criminals, but we’ll see.

 

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This is disturbing and dangerous. The Russians are fuming mad over Washington’s reckless aggression in Syria. The protestations are loud and escalating.

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I actually wrote a novella about a similar weapon… in 1987.

 

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Military Drones to Begin Replacing Police Helicopters by 2025

General Atomics is working hard to put a close cousin of its Reaper anti-terrorism drone in the hands of local law enforcement.

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US Drone Techs Condemn Inhumanity of Secretive Kill Program

Westmoreland first spoke out against the program in 2015 along with three other Air Force pilots, who published aletter accusing the Obama administration of “lying publicly” about the program and warning that “the innocent civilians we were killing only fueled the feelings of hatred that ignited terrorism and groups like ISIS.”

 

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Unaccountable murder around the world, and NBC sells it to the masses by any means necessary. How would they like it if their own street was under attack from armed robots?

NBC Lies About Drones

The CIA’s role in the Dateline film is more extensive than in the production of Zero Damn Truth — er, I mean, Zero Dark Thirty — and we next hear Brennan claiming that “Counter-terrorism professionals always would prefer to capture individuals.” That counter terrorism is terrorism, that children living under the constant buzz and threat of drones are traumatized, never comes up. And Brennan’s claim is false. We know of numerous cases when someone could have been easily arrested, but murdering them and anybody nearby was preferred — or at least murdering whoever had that person’s cell phone at the time.

Brennan’s next utterance is ludicrous: “Taking kinetic action against a target or individual usually is a last resort.” Because the option of not doing so doesn’t exist?

This flood of propaganda is not impeded by the voices of critics, protesters, lawyers, survivors, or victims, by the views of foreign governments or the European Union or the Pakistani courts, by the perspective of families afraid to step out of doors. The “successful” drone war in Yemen that predictably led to a larger war is not examined.