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welcome to the age of the terminater, it is begining,warfare without solders.just machines killing machines and people.we have arrived.keep your guns close.......BS

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BERLIN (AP) — Germany plans to join the ranks of countries that deploy armed drones on the battlefield — a move critics say would lower the threshold for foreign military interventions. Defense Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Friday that Germany would work with France to develop a new generation of unmanned aerial vehicles. "We have a gap in our capabilities that we would like to close," he said. Germany already has unarmed drones, including the Israeli-built Heron 1 model, which it uses for reconnaissance purposes in places such as Afghanistan. Officials said Germany might consider purchasing an armed version of the Heron 1 for use after 2014, to bridge the gap until 2020 when the system being developed with France becomes available. Opposition lawmakers warned that Germany could end up sending armed drones into conflicts abroad even when there are political reservations about deploying troops. Over the past 20 years, Germany has steadily abandoned its post-war reticence about foreign military missions. But the constitution requires parliamentary approval before sending troops abroad and each proposed mission prompts heated debate in the country deemed responsible for two world wars in the last century. U.N. human rights experts also have criticized the use of armed drones because they are controlled by operators who are often thousands of miles away from the targets they attack. Last week, the U.N. independent expert on counterterrorism and human rights, Ben Emmerson, announced he would launch a special investigation into drone warfare. Emmerson, a British lawyer, said the use of armed drones isn't properly regulated by international law. He also said that countries have an obligation to "establish effective independent and impartial investigations into any drone attack in which it is plausibly alleged that civilian casualties were sustained." Pakistan has been particularly critical of the use of armed drones by the U.S., which along with Britain and Israel is among the countries with the most sophisticated drone programs.


 
 
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you will be islam or a secound class cititzin or died.thats it no other choice.banning guns to defend your self against these type of people is a step in that direction.have you ever noticed how they say god is great,god is meriful,god is just,god is forgiving,he treats all the same.then they turn around and treat people like they are shit,beat on them spit on them,theaten their lives,murder them in the name of allai.these are suppose to be good people.fuck them,give me the crazy people.jidhalist are wackos.......BS

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Sweet you have pretty well got it right.

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The groups allied with al-Qaida started recruiting children soon after they seized control of northern Mali last April. Rebel leaders quoted verses from the Quran which they claim describe children as the purest apprentices. Since then witnesses have described seeing children staffing checkpoints, riding in patrol vehicles, carrying out searches of cars stopped at roadblocks, as well as preparing tea and cooking food for the fighters in the towns controlled by the insurgents, says Dufka. The United Nations children's agency said late last year that it had been able to corroborate at least 175 reported cases of child soldiers in northern Mali, bought from their impoverished parents for between $1,000 and $1,200 per child. Malian human rights officials put the total number of children recruited by the Islamists considerably higher at 1,000 — and that was before the French interventin.


 
 
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Adama Drabo is 16, and his recruitment into the ranks of a group designated as a terrorist organization, followed by his violent interrogation at the hands of the Malian army, underscores the obstacles faced by France as it tries to wash its former West African colony clean of the al-Qaida-linked fighters occupying it.

"In terms of the rules of engagement, you have to think to yourself, what will you do if a child comes up to you wearing an explosive vest? What do you do if a 12-year-old is manning a checkpoint?" says Rudolph Atallah, former director of counterterrorism for Africa at the Pentagon during the Bush administration. "It's a very difficult situation."

The French soldiers are equipped with night vision goggles, anti-tank mines and laser-guided bombs. However, their enemy includes the hundreds of children, some as young as 11, who have been conscripted into the rebel army.

"We have observed a pattern of recruitment of child soldiers from villages that for many years have practiced a very strict form of Islam, "We estimate that hundreds of children have been recruited."


 
 
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Looking, that's a scarey situation , maybe we sould use a few of those drones to take them out. And if not maybe a few patriotic Ameracains should band together and do it themselves.


 
 
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Sweet , with all the pomp and circumstance surround the NY gun laws a little tidbit that has been look over by State and federal athourities is the little Jihadist community and camp a mere 30-40 miles north of me. In this community they train , have armed roving patrols, with many of the same weapons that are beign taken away from lawabiding citizens .

the above compound has been in local and city newspapers, covered in local and city News programs. yet the athorities turn a deaf ear to it all.

The "WAR" is being lost on our own soil as we sit here .

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Not all of us bury our head that deep in the sand.

I believe the war on "terror" or as it should be called the war on Jihad, is a justified war. I'm just not happy with they way we are fighting it. We are like the guy at the party who can't get it up. We are poking around but we aint accomplishing anything.


 
 
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Sweet, that is not very libertarian of you, in fact the Libertarian party has completely opposite stance.

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