Predator Drone

A little after 10:00 p.m., and a serial killer is getting ready to make his move. He has watched and waited for this moment for some time.  He watches his victim get out of a cab and dig in his pockets for money. Two of his children run out to the porch to greet their daddy. The killer presses a button and watches as the victim, the taxi driver and the two children are vaporized. Other people in the house, the man’s wife, parents and three other children are badly injured and burnt by the high explosive.  The house next door partially collapses, killing an elderly woman and injuring her grandson. But this is just the beginning.

**WARNING**  Language is a bit rough in this article.  We here at Silly Sheeple are passionate in our fight against the drone programs at home and abroad and feel that the author of this article makes some very valid points.

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Posted by Jason on Apr 30, 2013 under

Anti-terrorist police during a tactical exercise; view through night vision device.

In this week's analysis behind the news video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses how sometimes an informed American must read foreign press to become truly informed; how there is an ever growing communist control of Latin America, how there's evidence that one of the Boston Marathon bombers visited Russia for training; and how the reaction to terrorism of demanding more and more security will lead to tyranny.

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The stated goal of the TPP is to unite the Pacific Rim countries by harmonizing tariffs and trade rules between them, but in reality, it's much more than that. The "intellectual property" chapter in this massive trade agreement will likely force changes to copyright and patent rules in each of the signatory countries. Accepting these new rules will not just re-write national laws, but will also restrict the possibility for countries to introduce more balanced copyright laws in the future.

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heat-map

A new phone application called Vaccine Refused developed by the University of Iowa tracks – just as the name implies – vaccine refusals. [1]  The application is intended to be used by health professionals to report the location of the refusal, the vaccine refused, and patient demographics. The output of the data, which is supposedly anonymous and stored securely at the University of Iowa, provides a heat map of the refusals.  I’m going to show you how the government will likely use this information – and it isn’t pretty. Let me tell you more.

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West_Fertilizer_Co_explosion

I cannot let this story of the West, Texas explosion die. I am a truth seeker and I feel like the American people are not being exposed to a story that could and should be huge.

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Shocked and disappointed is polite-speak and politically correct reaction. It’s baloney.  Don’t you get it? Obama has never been on your side. He never deserved your trust.  Disappointment implies he was your buddy and then unaccountably walked away.  The man is a politician. He’s a liar. Different pols have different styles of lying. Some pretend they’re your friend before they screw you over and leave you in the dust.

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quiet

As recent events continue to show us, one never knows when either a man-made or natural disaster can strike. Normal, routine, everyday life can change in the twinkling of an eye. Part of being a responsible adult (especially if one has a family to protect and care for) is to be mentally and physically prepared to face a wide variety of crisis and scenarios.

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obama FORGED

If there's any question in your mind as to where NPR and PBS stand as well as what their agendas are, these two videos will change your mind.

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The bureau for the past several years has purportedly made numerous awards -- worth millions of dollars -- to the United Nations, the Solidarity Center and other similar groups, “whose stated objective is to help establish labor unions in foreign countries," the senators said.  They also said the bureau recently awarded a Colombian labor organization $1.5 million to help workers improve their collective bargaining rights and $2.2 million to the Solidarity Center, an AFL-CIO organization, to strengthen unions in Haiti and Peru.

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Rebellion to Tyrants

When it comes to our faith, are we ALL IN? Do we whole-heartedly believe in God’s Word (laws and principles), even though we fall short as humans?  Or, are we simply lukewarm?

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