Chamblee54

Drone War in Babylon

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on March 30, 2009

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One of the features of the babylon war is the use of drones. These are unmanned airplanes, that launch missiles by remote control.

There is much to complain about in the babylon war. We invade Afghanistan to get revenge for nine eleven, and now we are stuck there. Literally trillions of dollars have been borrowed to pay for this enterprise, with more to come. And we are using unmanned planes to attack people in Pakistan.

A fabulously wealthy country is spending trillions of dollars to attack poor people eight time zones away. This wealthy country does not even put its men at risk in these attacks, but does them with unmanned aircraft.

Something is not right.

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  1. Drone War Expands « Chamblee54 said, on March 30, 2010 at 3:11 pm

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  2. G'Arth said, on April 1, 2010 at 10:02 am

    DRONE PILOT

    Drone Pilot
    Who are you
    You think
    You are a man
    Drone Pilot
    Who trained you
    He thinks
    He is a man

    Have you killed
    With your hands
    Whose hands are these
    The Pilot of
    The Drone

    Drone Pilot
    Where are you
    I’m sure
    You are at home
    Drone Pilot
    Who trained you
    I’m sure
    He is at home

    Have you seen
    On your screen
    Whose deaths are these
    The Pilot of
    The drone

    Drone Pilot
    Who are you
    I’m sure
    You are a boy
    Drone Pilot
    Who trained you
    I’m sure
    He is a boy

    Have you prayed
    To your Gods
    Who’s Gods are these
    The Pilot of the Drone

    Remote survey
    How far away
    Who is
    Your enemy
    Who are
    Your compadres

    On your way home
    Did you buy
    Beer for the game tonight


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