As part of my research into all military propaganda (which is everything reported by the media about the military), I came to wonder if the drone program itself is fake.
There aren’t too many anywhere pondering this thought, although I came up with this amusing drone hoax site that may not be far off or a controlled opposition hoax:
The false site, claiming to be the UK homepage of General Atomics, mimics a real web page, but features the slogan “leading the targeted killing revolution” instead of “leading the situational awareness revolution”.
Elsewhere, the phoney homepage describes how Predator and Reaper drones, used by the US military in Afghanistan and Pakistan, are “being used to kill thousands of innocent people and terrorize hundreds of thousands more”.
So much of what we are told about the drone program sounds phony. This video starts it off:
I don’t believe this guy on many counts. For one, soldiers don’t talk about “kills”, period. Not only is it anti-human and an unnatural way to behave, but it must be classified. It would do no good for the military. Now, if this is a hoax, then it could be used to
- scare the enemy (if there really is one) and
- scare Americans (into thinking these could be used on them) or
- to help ferment a large-scale anti-American sentiment to help divide and conquer the world
The whole idea that a missile can be surgical and take out one or two people out of a group is just silly, especially when being viewed via a video screen in an American suburb.
So what’s more likely? Are drones wiping out wedding parties and innocents?
Are there really 30,000 drones flying over the US? Are there really micro drones? To me, they are as likely as mini-nukes, and most likely only found in Hollywool.
Although I guess small aircraft exist, are they really weaponized by the military?
Any way you slice it, there is so much we don’t know, which of course, is what we’ve been saying all along with most everything we are told. Sad but true.No tags for this post.