The NSA (before it was the NSA) asked me how to get one of their operatives out of Siberia. They were pretty sure his plane went down and that was all they knew. I asked, “Why are those things even manned?” We talked a little bit about how to create a pilotless flying spy machine. I named it a Drone after the worker bees, and the mindless human workers in the book, Brave New World, which should be re-read now that human gene splicing is a reality. (I was wrong they are called The Epsilons) Then we came on a plan to find the downed pilot. The pilot was later killed by the man who asked for my help, John Alexander, because he figured out John’s allegiance was first to the satanic church and it was John who hid the WMDs. So the pilot was killed and Robin Rand was tortured to death for figuring that out as well, but Robin was only legally dead and his memory was erased. John later confessed to me that what he did to Robin, the murder of Bobby Kennedy, and of that pilot we got back from Siberia, were the things that haunted him the most. He also felt that if he had not agreed to hide the WMDs that no one else would have been able to do it, and the world would now be a better place.
I begged John Alexander not to use drones for bombing missions. He wouldn’t listen for some very troubling unsavory reasons. The US MUST STOP BOMBING WITH DRONES!!! President Obama continues to be advised by, what was called in the movie “The Green Zone,” the other team. It’s the other team that continues to discredit him on FOX News and on Capitol Hill. I’m sick of it.
At any rate, Drones
are ONLY spy machines. I don’t agree with spying, but that’s neither here nor there. Company or Individually owned unmanned aircraft has to be limited to line-of-site models such as the remote control models. It HAS to. Drones aren’t cost efficient for any other purpose than spying. Amazon wants Drones to deliver packages ONLY when the package is going to a customer they want to spy on.
The US and other countries need to make it illegal to own and fly Drones beyond the operator’s line of sight, and for the military to use them for any other purpose than what they were designed to do. Enough with the “mistakes” already!