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Drone Attacks in Pakistan: Laboratory for Attacks in the USA

Written by Gary North on February 15, 2012

The drone technology makes it possible to conduct warfare against civilians from 10,000 miles away. These attacks do not involve ground-based troops. They are risk-free for the military initially. But they create permanent resistance movements. The victims’ families are willing to support the domestic opposition.

The number of drone attacks is increasing. President Obama denies this. It is now verified by a non-American independent journalistic organization that these strikes on civilians are numerous. It is an active policy of the military.

Because the attacks are on foreign civilians, they attract little media coverage in the USA. This enables the military to perfect the technology in a real-world setting. The American voters do not see what is coming.

This technology is openly used against civilians. This fact is crucial. This technology is not confined to attacking military targets.

The American public does not care.

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4 thoughts on “Drone Attacks in Pakistan: Laboratory for Attacks in the USA

  1. Just how in the hell do you know that these people are innocent civilians.? Why don't you take your bleeding heart over there and live with them. Oh I'm sure you asked the ones hanging around after the strikes. You people make me want to puck. They have killled each other for years and your bleeding heart needs to be working on that if you want to do something good.

  2. Who to believe nowadays, that is a problem. Its no longer black and white,(not a racial slur) as the saying goes.

  3. If Noam Chomsky is a contributer to this leftwing bull it is just that. This is the first time I have agreed with Obama.

  4. goldendragon2012 says:

    North wrote "foreign civilians". Whether they are innocent or not is not the point of the post.