posted on Feb, 4 2013 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by St Udio
I'll leave you to worry about the drones and all the other techie stuff. 30,000 is a lot of them. That means at least 30,000 guys with 30,000
joysticks to operate them, too. On top of that, there is refueling to consider, and maintenance and weaponry loadouts and such to consider, requiring
5-8 times the workforce of just the joystick pilots. That's a lot of people doing not much of anything but flying the friendly skies vicariously.
How much fuel do you suppose it would take to keep 30,000 of those beasts airborne? Where do you reckon it would come from, and how do you suppose it
would get there?
There are vulnerabilities in everything, and all of those vulnerabilities run through... the countryside.
Another problem - they can't hit what they can't see. In order for facial recognition to work, it has to lock on to... a face! Think deeply on that
before you throw in the towel without even giving a fuss. Fear is their main tool - if they can scare you into immobility, they win, without ever
really doing a damned thing.
make 'em work up a sweat if they're going to take your rights away from you. Don't just hand them over with an "oh well!"
As for the collaborators, spies, and snitches, that's all been done before, and dealt with as well. 'Nuff said about that. They have to GET the food
before they can use it to bribe anyone. Vercingetorix had a system that made life hard on the Romans in that regard.
There are vulnerabilities everywhere. Protect your own, exploit the opposition's.