Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Maybe it's no Longer to Keep People Out

(RT)   According to a US Customs and Border Protection report obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, the US is leaving the door open to add weapons to its drones patrolling its borders. Currently, customs has eight drones patrolling its northern and southern borders, and it also has two patrolling the Caribbean. Apparently, the US has no intention of slowing or curbing its ever-expanding drone program.

The sudden change in border security strategy is puzzling.

Shifting from "Come on up here and vote for Democrats."

To "We're going to use armed drones to secure the border,"

Maybe it's no longer to keep people out, but to keep us in!


billy pilgrim said...

50 years from now there will be drones the size of fruit flies watching everything we do.

that mosquito i killed last night had some really thin wires coming our of its arse.

texlahoma said...

Billy - 50 years?

More like 5.

You shouldn't have done that, destruction of government property you know.

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