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30,000 Drones over U.S. skies - Protecting or Spying?

By Mindy Allan
Posted May 19, 2012 in Technology
A four-year, $63 billion FAA bill, which was approved by House and Senate negotiators for use of unmanned planes, could soon become a more common presence in U.S. skies.
The FAA Re-authorization Act calls for integrating a wide range of so-called unmanned aerial vehicles—operated by both governmental and corporate entities—with commercial and general aviation traffic across the nation's skies by September 2015.
Drones have been used by the U.S. military for some time on surveillance and bombing missions in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, and Syria who announced recently, they would shoot down all U.S. drones in their airspace.
There have been numerous protests coming from these countries where many innocent men, women, and children have been killed by drones. Is the plan to have drones in the sky's of the U.S. going to have the same effects on the American people in the same manner it has effected the people of the countries that have already experienced the destructive results of drones?
Who are the people behind the joystick that brings so much death and destruction around the world? Someone you might meet in the grocery store, post office, bank, or anywhere. Men, and women with families that when they leave to go to work, what is required of them is to be able to completely forget family, and focus on missions that are deadly, and sometimes involve the loss of innocent life. It takes a soldier with a duel personality to who can leave emotion behind when they take control of a joystick that can kill thousands of people. The one who will be watching you.
Discovery Channel gives an in depth look at what it would be like for an American civilian in a car trying to escape the lens of a "Predator" drone.
There is such a growing demand for drone pilots that the Air Force has begun advertising, targeting the children that spend hours playing games that simulate the drone attacks, and even tips and tricks on how to kill enemies with their drones.
Thanks to the parents that buy these popular war games, future troops (children) for war continue to be developed learning the games that have been the released for the sole purpose to teach killing without thought. The Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik, stated that war videos helped him to execute the murders he committed.
Due to the demand for more pilots to fly joystick Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) 25 U.S. colleges are now adding UAV's as an addition to their college curriculum as a new type of study, and degree. The Department of Defense, and Department of Homeland Security, are offering grants to universities, private companies, and local law enforcement.
Allowing various organizations to purchase drones is a new way to expose American citizens to something that will soon be a part of their everyday lives. Changing the mindset so when they see drones in the sky, it will be no different than looking at clouds in the sky.
Two weeks ago Ron Paul, speaking to a crowd of 5,000 on problems of the American people voices his opinions. Dr. Paul is the only politician who is running for president who is against the war, wants to audit the FED, and stop the invasion of privacy by drones over America's skies.
Mind control has been a very effective way of getting people from around the world to comply with the powers that be, and U.S. citizens aren't excluded.

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