Divide the people with lies and fear because that equals aggression.
Once the people is aggressive you can let them do whatever you want…you can even do things to increase your own wealth without them seeing it because they are focusing on the aggression and the fake aggressor.
Fake terrorists like at 9/11, the 7/7 bombing, the Boston bombing and many more of kind of hoaxes.
It’s being created to make you afraid to go against their way of imprison you.
Because if you are not sensitive for i-phone apps or synthetically chemicals they will try to break you down with FEAR.
But they are nothing more than `shadows on the wall` …a wall that is mirage in your imagination…created by THE ROTHSCHILD’s and friends!
Divide the people with lies and fear because that equals aggression.
Google, Face book, Microsoft, I.B.M, N.A.S.A, D.A.R.P.A (and much more)….V.I.C.K.Y and her PackBots are coming your way to control all life on the globe!
The REAL Robocop: Brazilian government spends £4.2 MILLION on 500 robotic police officers ahead of the Rio Olympics
- iRobot Corp has won contracts to provide Brazil with 510 PackBot battle-tested robots
- The PackBots have previously helped soldiers fighting in Iraq and have been brought in to prepare Brazil for the Rio Olympics in 2016
The Brazilian government has spent £4.2 million ($7.2 million) on robots to prepare the country ahead of the Pope’s visit next year and the Rio Olympics in 2016.
The iRobot 510 PackBots, built by Massachusetts-based robotics firm iRobot Defense and Security, have previously served in the war in Iraq and are described as ‘multi-mission, battle-tested’ robots.
They are set to be used during the construction of Olympic stadiums to help clear routes and hunt for explosives.
After winning the government contracts, Frank Wilson, senior vice president and general manager of iRobot’s Defense and Security said:
‘iRobot continues its international expansion, and Brazil represents an important market for the company’s unmanned ground vehicles.
‘iRobot is excited to be providing the company’s state-of-the-art robotic technologies to Brazil as the country prepares for several high profile international events, including the 2014 FIFA World Cup.’
The company has delivered more than 5,000 robots to military and civil missions worldwide.
Its mobile robots have performed multiple missions for troops and public safety officers.
‘If my son was a dog, I’d have him put down’… oh come on don’t so shock over this remark.
This woman is right…when a dog is protecting it’s owner or home it’s will be seen as a aggressive act towards humans, the dog is then vicious and will be killed.
She made this statement to compare it with daily live…to let you know that most people don’t value live only the human race.
Animals are killed for less on a daily base…beaten, tortured, neglected, burned to death, injected with chemicals and even eaten alive.
This woman didn’t say that is going to put her child down, she was comparing her child’s behavior with our thoughts about animals in generally.
NYPD Officer Shoots Dog In New York http://youtu.be/t_tqessWvQg (the dog was killed because it was protecting its master who was having a seizure)
WARNING: dog lovers don’t watch this clip!
‘If my son was a dog, I’d have him put down’: Mother whose son suffers from ADHD says she is fed up of her daily, violent battles with him
- Jenny Young has 4 children and all suffer with the behavioral disorder
- Youngest son Ryan, 10, suffers with ADHD and severe learning disabilities
- Mother says parents need more psychological and day-to-day support
A mother shocked a television audience yesterday by admitting that if her ten-year-old son were an animal, she would have him put down.
Jenny Young told how son Ryan has such severe ADHD that he subjects her to daily violent attacks and is so hard to deal with that she sometimes wishes she had the choice to end his life.
The mother of four told ITV’s This Morning that because she is his mother, and not a pet owner, she has no choice but to put up with his erratic behavior.
Miss Young likened Ryan to a dog that a family member had to have put down because they could not control its violence.
She asked viewers not to judge her until they had heard her whole story, adding: ‘I don’t liken Ryan and the dog exactly but there is a choice.
‘When you have a dog that behaves [violently] and might attack you any minute, you have a choice. I wouldn’t be without Ryan but I was trying to make the point that when you’re the mother of a child like Ryan there is no choice.
‘There isn’t a refuge for battered mums – you have to get on with it.’
Twice-divorced Miss Young has three other children, aged 25, 23 and 19, who all suffer with a less extreme version of the psychiatric disorder, with which she herself was diagnosed in her mid-forties.
The condition, which affects about 6 per cent of children, is characterised by significant learning difficulties, inattention, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
She told of the pain of having all four children diagnosed with the disorder: ‘You don’t love your child any less but it’s a bit like going on holiday and not arriving in the place you expected. It’s a lovely place, but not what you expected.’
Ryan – who has the mental age of two – is like a normal child 99 per cent of the time but for the other 1 per cent is violent and unpredictable, she said.
‘There are two sides to him. The biggest problem is the unpredictability.
‘He can be gorgeous all day and then I can squat down to give him a cuddle and he might bite me or scratch me or knock my glasses off or punch me.
‘At least every day I get punched in the face.’
Miss Young, who gave up work to care full time for Ryan, says her second marriage broke down because of the strain of coping with him.
‘Simply changing routine can cause him to become upset but sometimes it can be nothing,’ she said.
‘The worst fear is that he won’t get better and he will be the same size as me – and do even more damage.
May 19, 2013
Google‘s big keynote at its I/O developers conference this week wore me out.
Not because it lasted a grueling three hours and fifty minutes, but because of what was announced. With every new product update, every new feature, every new virtual service, it became more and more clear that Google isn’t just a search company that makes loads of cash by showing you ads. It’s creeping into every aspect of our digital, physical, and private lives at an exponential rate.
I’m still trying to wrap my mind around it.
Google isn’t just the backbone of the Internet anymore. It’s rapidly becoming the backbone of your entire life, all thanks to data you’re voluntarily giving up to a private company based on your Web searches, photos, Gmail messages, and more.
After spending three days at I/O this week, it became more apparent than ever that unless millions (billions?) of people suddenly change their mind and start using alternative tech tools, or unless the government steps in waving the anti-trust banner, our lives, our history, and our personal wealth could be managed by one company –– Google.
It’s the most apparent in Google Now, a voice-powered personal assistant that launched on Android phones last year. At I/O, it became even more clear that Google no longer sees search as returning a list of 10 or 20 relevant links when you type in a query. Google Now is much more than that. It’s the embodiment of that geeky dream of a “Star Trek Computer,” an intelligent machine that understands natural language and real-world context to assist you before you even know you need assistance.
Google Now scans your email and knows when your Amazon package is arriving. It knows what sports scores to show you based on the teams you’ve searched for. It knows what stock prices to show you based on the companies you search for. It scans your calendar and reminds you when to leave to make your appointment on time. And all that data is delivered to you without you having to ask.
Following I/O, Google Now is more prevalent than before. Google recently launched the app on iPhones and iPads, and it’s coming to the desktop soon if you use the Chrome Web browser. Next year, you’ll be wearing Google Now on your face if you buy Google Glass.
Then there are photos, arguably the most personal things you share online. Now, Google scans every single one you upload to Google+. It can learn what your family members look like and group photos of them into albums automatically. It can tell if your subjects are smiling. If they’re not smiling, it can stitch their faces in from other images where they are and create the perfect photo for you. It knows if you’re taking pictures of mountains or puppies or buildings or famous landmarks and group your photo albums together accordingly.
It’s creepy and magical at the same time.
Boats, air-plains, traffic signs, helicopters, …next step pets, cops, nurses, doctors, teachers and the lady behind the counter, welcome into a world of DRONES!
Now there are ‘stealth drone’ BOATS: Lethal remote vessel will take on pirates
- The Eclipse fleet are the first stealth drones capable of operating in water
- They are remote controlled, invisible to radar and can travel at 60mph
- Range of 600 nautical miles and can loiter for ten days without refuelling
It is believed to be the first stealth drone capable of operating in the water.
This 35 foot long boat is designed to invisibly glide across the ocean acting as a spy and spotting pirates.
The daunting vessel belongs to the world’s first fleet of remote-controlled ‘robo-boats’ designed to take on dangerous covert missions without endangering the lives of crew.
Looking like a cross between a miniature warship and a stealth bomber, they are the waterborne equivalent of the unmanned drone planes used by the UK and U.S. military in the fight against terror.
The Eclipse unmanned surveillance vessels are invisible to radar, can operate 24 hours a day, travel at 60mph and can be kitted out with enough weaponry to blow adversaries out of the water.
The cutting edge boats boast state-of-the-art technology that allows it to undertake search and rescue missions or patrol dangerous waters without requiring crew.
They have a range of up to 600 nautical miles and can loiter at low speeds for 10 days without refuelling.
Powered by two 500 horsepower water jets made by Rolls Royce, the Eclipse range also boast £650,000 giroscopic HD cameras which take pictures of their surroundings, analysing them for potential threats and and relaying information back to a manned control station.
The boats can be decked out with weaponry including a high powered fire hose, a cannon that fires nets to foul propellers and even a 50 calibre gun.
They can see in the dark thanks to infrared cameras and can also identify radiological and chemical matter, detect underwater mines and profile the sea bed.
As well as the 35ft Oscar model, the fleet features a 3-metre jet-ski style boat called the Sea Serpent that can be deployed from another boat and a 35ft semi-inflatable powerboat named Bravo capable of operating with crew or unmanned.
The price tag starts at £260,000 for a basic Sea Serpent – and goes up to a whopping £2 million for the basic Oscar boat.
The boats can operate by remote control and can also be programmed to carry out missions entirely on their own.
What is This??? Shocking Flash in Skies 02.15.2013 Russia Chelyabinsk
Top Gun in the 21st century: U.S. pilots left standing on deck as they launch new ‘stealth’ drone from an aircraft carrier for the first time… using handheld consoles
- The Northrop Grumman X-47B is the first drone designed to take off and land from an aircraft carrier
- That means it can be deployed across the world without the need for foreign airfields to operate
- It is also the first drone able to fly itself using AI, sparking fears its human controllers could lose control of it
The U.S. Navy launched an unmanned, autonomous aircraft the size of a fighter jet from a warship for the first time today, a development that could herald the end of Top Gun-style piloted air combat missions.
The X-47B drone is the first designed to operate an aircraft carrier, which allows it to be used around the world without needing permission to take off from airfields in other countries.
But there are concerns about the legality of what has been dubbed America’s ‘covert drone war’. Strikes cause widespread civilian deaths and operate with only limited oversight, critics say.
Lift off: The drone takes off from the end of the George H.W. Bush’s flight deck. The X-47B is able to operate totally using artificial intelligence in its on-board computers which merely need to be set objectives by the drone’s human operators. Critics have warned the technology is a step towards the development of ‘killer robots’
Aside from its ability to operate from aircraft carriers, another big difference between the X-47B and previous drones is that it does not need to be piloted by remote control.
Instead, it is controlled by a forearm-mounted box called the Control Display Unit which sends orders to an on-board computer which is able to use artificial intelligence to think for itself, plotting course corrections and charting new directions.
The unmanned drone will be set an objective by a human operator, for example a target to look at or bomb, and then it will navigate its way there using technology such as GPS, autopilot and collision avoidance sensors.
Critics have warned the introduction of such AI into military weapons systems is a step towards the development of autonomous ‘killer robots’. Navy officials say the drone will give them around-the-clock intelligence, surveillance and targeting capabilities.
Prototype: The test aircraft isn’t intended for operational use; instead, the military is using the information it gathers to develop the drone program
The prototype X-47B took off successfully this morning from the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS George H. W. Bush in the Atlantic Ocean off Virginia and made two low approaches to the ship before heading back toward land.
The test aircraft, which has been designed and built by the weapons maker Northrop Grumman, isn’t intended for operational use; instead, the military is using the information it gathers during these demonstrations to develop the drone program.
The Navy already operates two other unmanned aircraft: the small, low cost ScanEagle, which does not carry weapons; and the Fire Scout, which is armed but built more like a helicopter.
OMG yes I do have to got one of my own…my own personal drone and DARPA dog that watches me, follows me, take pictures of me and CONTROLS ME AND MY LIFE!
Drone that can follow you home: The ‘personal quadcopter’ that can automatically follow its owner and take pictures and video
- Drone aimed at adventure sports enthusiast to capture snowboarders and mountain bikers
- Uses wifi signal from a mobile phone to automatically ‘follow’ user as they travel – and keeping a camera pointed at them
It is a drone you could call your own: a personal ‘spy’ that can capture your every move in high definition video, without ever having to touch a control.
A British drone maker has revealed the system, which uses a mobile phone’s wifi signal to track a user.
The firm behind it believes will be used by adventure sports enthusiasts to capture their every stunt.
The gadget is based on the R10, a £190 ($295) quadcopter the firm made after a successful appeal for funding on Kickstarter.
The current version is controlled via a remote control or games controller.
‘R10 will be a useful tool for researchers, enthusiasts, and the development community and Universal Air is using the R10 as a platform for future aerial utility vehicles,” said Max Bruner, UAir’s co-founder.
The drone was originally developed by Bruner with a group of friends when they were at Oxford and Cambridge Universities in 2011.
Hop it! You could be a criminal: What police told girl, 10, who chalked hopscotch grid on the pavement outside her home
- Lilly-May Allen told off for drawing on pavement in Ramsgate, Kent
- Father Bob complains to police about their over-zealous behaviour
A girl aged ten was told by police that she could be arrested for causing criminal damage – over a game of hopscotch.
Lilly-May Allen was playing with a friend on a grid she had chalked on the pavement in front of her home when a marked police van pulled up.
An officer warned the girls that using chalk on the pavement was criminal damage and they could be arrested for it, before driving off.
But the girls did not understand what they had done wrong and Lilly-May is now reluctant to play outside, according to her father.
After Lilly-May told her parents about the incident, they called the police to clarify the law, but officers refused to confirm whether drawing a hopscotch grid in chalk on the pavement was an offence – even though it washes away in the rain.
The girl’s father, Bob Allen, 51, who runs his own karaoke business, said: ‘The policeman said to her that what she had done was criminal damage and she could be arrested. He then drove off.
‘She didn’t come into the house for a while and didn’t tell us straight away because she thought I was going to tell her off for being naughty.
‘She couldn’t even remember what the policeman had told her it was – only criminal something.’
He added: ‘She is only ten and didn’t know what she had done wrong.
‘I rang up the police and asked if chalking up a hopscotch grid was an offence and they wouldn’t say yes or no and said it was a grey area.
‘I’m angry and upset and if it was against the law then the policeman should have knocked on our door and said something.’
Mr Allen, who lives in a three-bedroom semi-detached home in Ramsgate, Kent, said the incident on Monday had knocked his daughter’s confidence about playing outside.
1. THE NSA’S MISSION AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE OPERATION
- Communications Intelligence (COMINT)
Blanket coverage of all electronic communications in the US and the world to ensure national security. The NSA at Ft Meade, Maryland has had the most advanced computers in the world since the early 1960s.
NSA technology is developed and implemented in secret from private corporations, academia and the general public.
- Signals Intelligence (SICINT)
The Signals Intelligence mission of the NSA has evolved into a program of decoding EMF waves in the environment for wirelessly tapping into computers and track persons with the electrical currents in their bodies. Signals Intelligence is based on fact that everything in the environment with an electric current in it has a magnetic flux around it which gives off EMF waves.
The NSA/DoD [Department of Defense] developed proprietary advanced digital equipment which can remotely analyze all objects whether manmade or organic, that have electrical activity.
- Domestic Intelligence (DOMINT)
The NSA has records on all US citizens. The NSA gathers information on US citizen who might be of interest to any of the over 50,000 NSA agents (HUMINT). These agents are authorized by executive order to spy on anyone. The NSA has a permanent national security anti-terrorist surveillance network in place. This surveillance network is completely disguised and hidden from the public.
Tracking individuals in the US is easily and cost-effectively implemented with NSA’s electronic surveillance network. This network (DOMINT) covers the entire US, involves tens of thousands of NSA personnel, and tracks millions of persons simultaneously . Cost-effective implementation of operations is assured by NSA computer technology designed to minimize operations costs. NSA personnel serve in quasi-public positions in their communities and run cover businesses and legitimate businesses that can inform the intelligence community of persons they would want to track.
NSA personnel in the community usually have cover identities such as social workers, lawyers and business owners.
- Individual Citizens Occasionally Targeted for Surveillance by Independently Operating NSA Personnel
NSA personnel can control the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals in the US by using the NSA’s domestic intelligence network and cover businesses.
The operations independently run by them can sometimes go beyond the bounds of law. Long-term control and sabotage of tens of thousands of unwitting citizens by NSA operatives is likely to happen.
NSA DOMINT has the ability to assassinate US citizens covertly or run covert psychological control operations to cause subjects to be diagnosed with ill mental health.
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