Wednesday, August 01, 2012

30,000 Drones to Spy on Americans? Not Even a Whimper?

Drone Tiny Hummingbird

Above Tiny Hummingbird Drone (Source: seattletimes.nwsource.com)

Many Drones and other insidious devices will soon be spying on every part of our lives and on every part of our bodies inside and out!

Read this WorldNet Daily article

. . .according to website Gizmodo, “within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away. . .

. . .The Picosecond Programmable Laser, says a local CBS report, “works by blasting its target with lasers which vibrate molecules that are then read by the machine that determine(s) what substances a person has been exposed to. This could be (anything from) Semtex explosives to the bacon and egg sandwich they had for breakfast that morning” (“New Homeland Security Laser Scanner Reads People at Molecular Level,” washington.cbslocal.com, July 11). . .

. . .Meanwhile, I am encouraged by another recent story that shows we have knowledgeable inventors creating technologies that protect our Constitution against the lawless CIA’s government colleagues. On July 3, the day before some of us meaningfully celebrated Independence Day, a local CBS report declared: “ACLU-NJ Launches Smartphone App That Lets Users Secretly Record Police Stops” (newyork.cbslocal.com, July 3). . .

Excerpt from DHS Prepares for Civil Unrest as Obama Poised to Destroy 2nd Amendment

Surveillance drones have a new mission. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) they will be used for “public safety”. Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the DHS, told a House Committee meeting on Homeland Security that the more than 30,000 drones that will be deployed into American skies are just arbitrarily watching out for US citizens.

Napolitano stated : “With respect to Science and Technology, that directorate, we do have a funded project, I think it’s in California, looking at drones that could be utilized to give us situational awareness in a large public safety [matter] or disaster, such as a forest fire, and how they could give us better information.”

Secretly, DHS have been taking bid for contractors who can install “aerial remote sensing” which uses light detection and ranging (LIDAR) that would be part of the unmanned drone missions within domestic US territory. Read more

Sources Nexgov.com and Infowars.com

ACLU June 29, 2012

In a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the American Civil Liberties Union asked the government to disclose the legal basis for its use of predator drones to conduct "targeted killings" overseas.

Drones Shot Down Over Texas - VIDEO PROOF

This was an exercise in pushing the message that the use of surveillance drones in U.S. skies must be politically shot down because it represents a complete violation of the 4th amendment right to privacy.

Drone hijacked by hackers from Texas college with $1,000 spoofer

. . .The demonstration of the near-disaster, led by Professor Todd Humphreys and his team at the UTA's Radionavigation Laboratory, points to a "gaping hole" in the US's plan to open US airspace to thousands of drones, Fox noted: namely, drones can be turned into weapons, given the right equipment. . .

. . .The Department of Homeland Security traditionally has been concerned with GPS jammers - the method of interference that some believe Iran used to bring down a US spy drone in December. . .

. . .Spoofing involves mimicking the signals of the drone's global positioning device and eventually taking it over completely by sending stronger signals than the unmanned aerial vehicle's (UAV's) legitimate commands.

Humphreys claims that the $1,000 spoofer he and his team rigged up to hack the university's drone last Monday is the most advanced one ever built.

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