re: FAA to expand access to civillian airspace for drones.
I used to fly a remote controlled airplane for shit and giggles and entertainment. Why is our gov't flying them? Entertainment/
Originally Posted by Jefe
Yet I have been worried about us moving closer and closer to a full blown police state, and our special cops even now dress like special ops that we use against our real enemies. The police forces are beginning to be indistinguishable from our military that is used to protect america from foreign enemies. The enemies today seem to be potentially the american people, who are not rolling in wealth.
Of course there are people, and educated people that think our gov't is gearing up for the inevitable mass chaos and rebellion of the average people who are being hurt as special interests chase more and more wealth. Something that has always been a problem in man's history here on earth. Since man has been unchanged inwardly, the battle between the rich controlling our lives and amassing greater and greater wealth, by buying gov't policy, is still and always will be a grave danger to mankind.
I think some of our leaders know very well what lies in our future, and it will take drones, militarized police, and electronic intelligence to keep the herd supressed, and to keep the special interests in their positions. Everything is pointing to that, if one just looks. But our peculiar ideological beliefs are by and large blinding most to what COULD be going on, right in front of our eyes. But, you distract the soiled masses with political tribalism, and you must keep the conflict constant, aided in large part by our corporate media, and you can pull all of this treason off, largely unnoticed. And if one does notice it, you discredit him as a loon, a nutjob, left or right, but mostly left, and corporate media makes it so. Yet this can only be pulled off by stupid voters, made stupid by the "us and them" mentality, filling consciouness with emotions, which guarantees no clarity is possible.
"Like every other good thing in this world, leisure and culture have to be paid for. Fortunately, however, it is not the leisured and the cultured who have to pay." Aldous Huxley.