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Originally posted by Hopechest
reply to post by LeatherNLace
Yep, thank you for putting it in better words than I can.
I'm not quite sure what these people think are going to be flying around but I happen to think its a great idea. I know if my little sister was abducted I would want everything with wings up in the air looking for her.
Originally posted by theghoster
The events in the past year or so involving shooting and the rapid increase in security-technology is all becoming too surreal for me--and this Dorner-Drone situation is just icing on the cake. Maybe it is just me, but it feels like this all just too theatrical for me. Like some drone-engineer/salesmen is sitting in the offices of Homeland Security convincing a High-Level guy that the Drones of America's Skies is the "wave of the future". Meanwhile, he's texting his partners in L.A. to make sure "Project Dorner" is going as planned. Like, someone wants the public to be afraid, so that security-type programs can be green-lighted without question. I don't know, I think maybe I've spent too much time on ATS and paranoia is reaching fever pitch with me. But, something about the relative frequency and close timing off all these shooters just seems---I don't know like theater for the public to watch and digest. Anyone feel this way? Anyone else have the gut feeling like I do? I can't even watch the news anymore without feeling "dirty" and manipulated.
-TheGhosteredit on 10-2-2013 by theghoster because: (no reason given)edit on 10-2-2013 by theghoster because: (no reason given)
Meet the Brossarts, a North Dakota family deemed so dangerous that the local sheriff needed unleashed an unmanned Predator drone to help bring them in.
The Brossart's alleged crime? They wouldn't give back three cows and their calves that wandered onto their 3,000-acre farm this summer.
The same aerial vehicles used by the CIA to track down and assassinate terrorists and militants in Pakistan and Afghanistan are now being deployed by cops to spy on Americans in their own backyards.
Originally posted by k1k1to
haha my friend in fact you should be proud of that paranoia, to be honest its one of the best human instincts.. its that feeling that something isnt right, its that little voice that makes you more aware and cautious, almost like a 6th sense...you are ALL being manipulated, with your republicans vs democrats debates and blame obama nonsense..its all a distraction.
paranoia is ok, to a certain degree it keeps you on your guard...question everything my friend, pearl harbor, the civil rights movement etc...almost everything you have ever been taught at a conventional school system is an out right LIE. .only a select few know the truth and get to fabricate it for the rest of us.