Obama Begins Drone Strikes On Americans
February 8, 2013 |
Doesn’t anyone think that there is anything wrong with this?
Drone technology has allowed the President of the United States to become judge, jury and executioner. And now, American citizens are in his sights.
How much longer will it be before drones begin to strike at domestic “enemies”, on American soil? And the definition of enemy is anyone who disagrees with this administration? Not far off at all I should think.
Its been recently reported that there is a new litmus test for military duty. A leaked memo indicates that on duty military have been asked if they are willing to fire on American citizens if they refuse to give up their guns. If the person in question says no, then they are relieved of duty. Obviously, this must be a clue as to the future actions of this administration.
My guess is that fairly soon we will see a major disaster, a crisis, it could be a real terrorist attack, a false flag operation, something major that will give the state the excuse to pull out all the stops and, believe me, they will not let it go to waste. In the chaos, the drones will be launched, martial law will be enacted, and people will be rounded up.
Of course, I’m sure that they prefer that we go quietly. That we simply focus our lives on sports and beer and partying. After all, its probably less costly and less jarring to pacify Americans by entertainment instead of with guns. If they use guns, some might fight back. If they use the NFL, Facebook & YouTube, they just might find allies to their cause.
But I digress. Here is my latest from the Future Hall of Predictions: Drones strikes on American soil, against American citizens, within the decade, if not by Obama, then his successor.
Of the scores of people dubbed terrorists and taken out by American military drone strikes, three men — all killed in the fall of 2011 — were U.S. citizens.
And their lives illustrate the complexity of the issue, recently brought to light amid a newly discovered government memo that provides the legal reasoning behind drone strikes on Americans.
Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan were killed by a missile strike in Yemen on Sept. 30, 2011, while al-Awlaki’s son, Abdulrahman, was killed in the country just weeks later.
Since the attacks, family members have called the deaths unjust and sued the U.S. government, calling the killings unconstitutional.
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