Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Government Drones on Safe Passage Routes in Rahmaland?

Here we go again. The government of Chicago can't protect its own streets. There are shootings daily, as poorly educated, unskilled youth can't find jobs, particularly since minimum wage laws make them completely unhirable. So does government pull back on its policies that literally cause death and destruction? No they expand government even more.

DNA info reports:
 If a Chicago alderman has his way, the city could someday see drones buzzing through the skies as part of an effort to keep students safe as they walk to school.

"We could use the help.!” Ald. George Cardenas (12th) tweeted, along with an article from The Telegraph outlining ways the remote-controlled, unmanned aerial vehicles — commonly known as drones — have been used outside of military actions.  “Why not use drones in safe passage.??"

During a follow-up phone interview, Cardenas said "there is no doubt technology is migrating from military use. ... It's going to take time to find those uses in an urban environment. It is, however, the future and I think people will want to take that leap. I think eventually we’re going to have to look at this technology."
Turnkey tyranny continues to develop under our noses. The methods continue to be developed that can be turned on us at any time. The only hope for Chicago may be looming bankruptcy, which may make the drones unaffordable.

(ht Philip Brown)

1 comment:

  1. Yeah, but who would build the roads? /sarcasm

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