Increased use of drone planes raises questions
After reading the book “Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control” by Medea Benjamin, I asked a friend whether he knew what a drone was. He said, “One hell of a weapon.” The U.S. and other nations around the world love them.
Drones began as surveillance devices, but have now revolutionized the way wars are fought. A drone can fly or hover like a buzzing bee above a possible enemy target and destroy it from halfway around the world, seemingly without endangering friendly soldiers.
Drones have become one of the Pentagon’s largest weapons growth systems. However, the public is becoming aware of its shadow side. Check the Internet.
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