Obama Terror Drones
War Inc  State Terrorism  Fear  Judicial murders  Obama  Surveillance

[Evolved from Tomahawk Cruise missiles 1 Bill Wood exposes the 'double tap' of two strikes, one after another, the second one to kill the rescuers such as medical professionals. Extra-judicial executions, murder and terrorising of civilians, the prime purpose seems to be the fuelling of hatred for America and “the recruiting tool of choice for militants.”  How the Psychopaths fuel War Inc. ]

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[2012 Oct] Nonviolent Antiwar Activist Imprisoned for Protesting Drone Attacks

[2012 Sept] Drones: Instruments of State Terror By Stephen Lendman  The dominant narrative claims drone strikes are precise and effective. They involve “targeted killings.” Terrorists are assassinated with “minimal downsides or collateral impacts.” As a result, America is much safer. “This narrative is false.” It’s a bald-faced lie. Drone strikes are indiscriminate. Mostly noncombatant civilians are killed. The SU/NYU report followed nine months of intensive research.....Civilian rescue parties, funerals, and weddings are targeted. Evidence disproves Obama saying drone killings are “targeted” and “focused.”  Obama’s a serial liar. Nothing he says is credible. Last winter he claimed drones haven’t “caused a huge number of civilian casualties. They’re targeted, focused at people who are on a list of active terrorists trying to go in and harm Americans.” BIJ research showed otherwise. Hundreds of civilians are killed, including dozens of children....Predator drones reign death on civilians regularly. CIA operatives conduct them. Battlefield casualty figures are suppressed.....
......State-sanctioned extrajudicial killings are lawless. Harvard’s Naz Modirzadeh said: “Not to mince words here, if it is not in a situation of armed conflict, unless it falls into the very narrow area of imminent threat then it is an extra-judicial execution.” .....drone strikes targeting rescuers “are like attacking the Red Cross on the battlefield. It’s not legitimate to attack anyone who is not a combatant.”
.....“Their presence terrorizes men, women, and children, giving rise to anxiety and psychological trauma among civilian communities.”
......“These missiles are very powerful. They destroy human beings.” “There is nobody left and small pieces left behind. Pieces. Whatever is left is just little pieces of bodies and cloth.”
.....At most, only 2% of victims are high-level combatants. Evidence suggests that US strikes facilitate anti-American recruitment. The New York Times said drone attacks replaced Guantanamo as “the recruiting tool of choice for militants.”
......Targeted killings also undermine respect for international and US rule of law principles. They’re lawless and unconscionable. Secrecy is official policy. Transparency and accountability are absent.

[vid] Living Under Drones   http://www.warcosts.com  http://livingunderdrones.org/ Since 2004, up to 884 innocent civilians, including at least 176 children, have died from US drone strikes in the North Waziristan region of Pakistan. A new report from the Stanford and New York University law schools finds drone use has caused widespread post-tramatic stress disorder and an overall breakdown of functional society in North Waziristan. In addition, the report finds the use of a "double tap" procedure, in which a drone strikes once and strikes again not long after, has led to deaths of rescuers and medical professionals. Many interviewees told the researchers they didn't know what America was before drones. Now what they know of America is drones, death and terror. Follow the conversation @WarCosts #UnderDrones

[2012 Sept] 29 Dead in 8 Days as U.S. Puts Yemen Drone War in Overdrive

[2012 Aug] FL Watchblog: Drones deployed over RNC in downtown Tampa

[2012 Sept] ACLU Sues CIA Over Drone Killings

[2012 July] DHS wants to use spy drones domestically for 'public safety'

[2012 Feb] Obama terror drones: CIA tactics in Pakistan include targeting rescuers and funerals

[2007] Drones: Military Reverses Alien Technology. The Most Important Information Released This Decade

This is picture of a child who has recently been wounded savagely in a drone attack made by cia in Pakistan

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“It has affected our education adversely, of course... We cannot learn things because we are always in fear of the drones hovering over us, and it really scares the small kids who go to school.”    -- Faheem Qureshi

“Usually, when a drone strikes and people die, nobody comes near the bodies for like half an hour because they fear another missile will strike.”    -- Faheem Qureshi

“People are scared, but they have to go out and work and earn a living and support their families. They are scared, but they have to go and do their work.”    -- Dawood Ishaq (anonymized name)

“We all used to get together, all our friends in the village. We used to have fun. But now, that’s not the case anymore.”    -- Faheem Qureshi

“When a drone strikes, it easily destroys a house.”    -- Adil Hashmi (anonymized name)

“We cannot always figure out when the drones will strike because there are around five drones at a time in the air, but we do anticipate that eventually they will.”    -- Dawood Ishaq (anonymized name)

“What happens now is that not many people go to funerals because funerals have been struck by drones. Many people are scared... People go to help, and then a drone strikes them.”    -- Firoz Ali Khan (anonymized name)

“My mom has been extremely depressed after my father’s death- every drone that flies over reminds her of him. The drone that killed my father has also adversely affected by mother’s hearing capability.'    -- Waleed Shiraz (anonymized name)

“Whoever is injured in a drone strike, they are rushed to the hospital in the hopes of saving their life. The people who die in the strike are not; their bodies are shattered to pieces.”     -- Faheem Qureshi

“They’re there twenty-four hours. Three or four drones in the sky, twenty-four hours, they don’t even stop for a minute.”    -- Dawood Ishaq (anonymized name)

“A lot of people have been mentally affected: [they develop] psychological illnesses, [a] lot of the kids keep crying all of the time, everyone is affected.”    -- Sadaullah Wazir

“The children are crying and they don’t go to school. They fear that their schools will be targeted by the drones.”    -- Ismail Hussain (anonymized name)

“My six year old son was also crying from the drone attacks. He loved his uncle and when a drone strike happens, he always asks if Sajid has been targeted. [Sajid was killed in a drone strike.]”    -- Ismail Hussain (anonymized name)

“Before this we were all very happy. We lived a very good life. But after these drones attacks a lot of people are victims and have lost members of their family. A lot of them, they have mental illnesses.”    -- Ismail Hussain (anonymized name)

“Everyone is scared all the time. When we’re sitting together to have a meeting, we’re scared there might be a strike. When you can hear the drone circling in the sky, you think it might strike you.'    -- Dawood Ishaq (anonymized name

NYPD's message to the public Take a close look at what the NYPD is putting up on the streets of NYC these days. What do you really see? Missiles being fired by drones to FAMILIES. See the Dad, mom, and little girl? They are flat out telegraphing that they are first spying on families, then hunting them down. Not terrorists, bank robbers, or whatever...BUT FAMILIES.  The message is clear. In the USA, the family is the enemy to be hunted down and destroyed.

[2012 Sept] Obama’s statements about the drone war are ‘total baloney’ according to outside experts  This allows the CIA to strike absolutely anyone who supposedly fits the “signature” of a terrorist. In other words, if they think you look or act like a terrorist they can kill you without even knowing your identity. Simple as that....technically speaking, the U.S. military considers any male of military age in a strike zone to be a combatant. Therefore, when they say they “are very careful about avoiding civilian casualties” they actually mean they “are very careful about killing anyone except males of military age.”

[2012 July] Health Ranger's intelligence analysis of military drones: payloads, countermeasures and more

[2011] Teenage anti-drone protester killed by CIA strike in Pakistan

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