posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 01:34 PM
This reminds me of an art exhibit, an independent film, I saw at the Dallas Museum of Art last year. If I remember, there is a man in a hotel room in
a cycle of interview scenes, and there are scenes with narration. One of the scenes shows a family in a car, traveling on a trip. They are uptight
because they are living in a dystopia where security has been outsourced, to China if memory serves. So they are driving out of town, possibly
secretly fleeing, and they come across some white men with shovels who are burying an explosive in the dirt road. Cautiously, quietly, the father,
the driver of the car proceeds to drive past the men setting up a weapon, and they let him creep by. Then out of the sky comes a bomb and the family
in the car has been ruined, the weapon site destroyed.
So there shows a nation patrolled by armed drones, and the narrator is a man who works for the military, operating a drone. And he talks like it's no
big deal, but I thought it was disgusting that he has the power to hurt people and he does it without warning. The endless loop of a movie showed
aerial scenes of people in a neighborhood under a security camera in the sky.
I'm watching that movie thinking, yep, that's what could happen. Maybe our generation hasn't seen it yet, that we think the pain only comes between
people of different languages or skin colors or national habitats. It's a totalitarian police state to live under a threat like that from one's own
nation. Great for animals you eventually have to eat, not so great on one's own species.
Looks like the CIA has finally achieved that eye in the sky that they are known for in their logos. Maybe it's an evil eye, and it will make sick
everything it sees.
edit on 16-1-2013 by Sandalphon because: (no reason given)