Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

Obama Silencing Pakistani Drone-Strike Lawyer

Posted by M. C. on April 10, 2012

Drones are a hot topic in the US as well as in the Middle East and Africa.  They are increasing being used, by police and whoever else can get their hands on one, to spy on the sheeple.  I notice the government is getting braver about advertising the results of foreign drone attacks.  There was a period where the victims were “leading figures”.  When the drone attack victims were being named they had a habit of showing up a few weeks later.   The question is who got dusted.  Hamid Karzai has been outspoken about the number of innocent civilians killed.  The US is no stranger to the massacre of civilians.  The American Indian, American civil war, the Philippines, Fire bombings in Germany, Japan and Vietnam, civilians and Reuters personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.  Read here to see how we treat someone who speaks for victims and dares to question the almighty.

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One Response to “Obama Silencing Pakistani Drone-Strike Lawyer”

  1. Mike Rowley said

    Drones are planned to be used in North America to keep us all safe. Especially the children. It’s for our own good you know. You never know, you might step out of line or break a new law without even being aware of it. With the drone they can either diable you’re car or take you out. This will free up the police to hunt down those nasty terrorists that have been hiding under you’re bed, while hating our freedoms. DARPA is now developing various kinds of robots to also protect us from ourselves. Or maybe they’ll be our kindly guards at Camp FEEMA.

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