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Are your children being conditioned to accept drones?

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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:22 PM
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Nice short and to-the-point thread, I'm quite sure the image does all the speaking I need to do.
Psychological implications, anyone?





posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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I hate to the barer of bad news, but the larger public seems to have already accepted drones as a tool of warfare. Or did you mean the use of drones over American skies to spy on citizens? If that is the case, I believe that is already being done in drug prevention operations. Either way, no need to brainwash the younger generation--we've already consented with our indifference and silence on the matter.


-Ghoster
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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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We are ALL being conditioned to accept drones but even if the majority of us dont, theyre going to fly them anyway.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by theghoster
I hate to the barer of bad news, but the larger public seems to have already accepted drones as a tool of warfare. Or did you mean, the use of drones over American skies to spy on citizens? If that is the case, I believe that is already being done in drug prevention operations. Either way, no need to brainwash the younger generation--we've already consented with our indifference and silence on the matter.


-Ghoster
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You're not paying attention to the proper channels if you think Americans have been silent on this issue. I can't recall names at the moment but I know of at least 1 Sheriffs Dept in CA that had it's drone aspirations shut down by the community.
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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by mattdel

Originally posted by theghoster
I hate to the barer of bad news, but the larger public seems to have already accepted drones as a tool of warfare. Or did you mean, the use of drones over American skies to spy on citizens? If that is the case, I believe that is already being done in drug prevention operations. Either way, no need to brainwash the younger generation--we've already consented with our indifference and silence on the matter.


-Ghoster
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You're not paying attention to the proper channels if you think Americans have been silent on this issue. I can't recall at the moment but I know of at least 1 Sheriffs Dept in CA that had it's drone aspirations shut down by the community.


Well, I stand corrected, thanks for informing me.

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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:28 PM
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Just for reference: www.thenewamerican.... com/usnews/constitution/item/13838-public-outcry-halts-calif-sheriffs-plan-to-purchase-drone

Links broken somehow...

www.thenewamerican.com...
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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:28 PM
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Originally posted by theghoster
I hate to the barer of bad news, but the larger public seems to have already accepted drones as a tool of warfare. Or did you mean, the use of drones over American skies to spy on citizens? If that is the case, I believe that is already being done in drug prevention operations. Either way, no need to brainwash the younger generation--we've already consented with our indifference and silence on the matter.


-Ghoster
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You are correct. They have been flying predators out of the NAS base a few miles from where I live for a couple of years now.
I used to work there and I actually saw one coming in for a landing on the way to work one morning



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:39 PM
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Well, in linguistics we acknowledge that children are the reason for language change. Language is a part of culture, so they most likely foster that as well. I guess it's a matter of winning the children.

On a side note, Im willing to bet that most parents don't let their children watch the 6 o'clock news because of the negative, horrific stories that can pop up. So, I have to ask, how many parents (or teachers for that matter) have worked these events into discussions at the dining room table or in the elementary school classroom? And, considering the ages of the victims, how many children are self-identifying. There's a reason they put two little boys pretend playing with army trucks or action figures in commercials. It's so the little boy identifies with the actors of they're age groups. Probably would still sell the action figure or toy truck if it were just a picture of it on the screen or in a magazine, but would you sell as much without making it a vicarious scenario for the youth?

I guess the drone is just one more example...I can see the commercial now with my effed up sense of humor...



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 05:28 PM
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in the war 'on drugs',

i believe the drones are used to deliver the drugs.

where there's drugs there's drones !



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