pending robot apocalypse
One day, in the not to distant future, the machines will rise up against their human creators. Some of us believe that this day is upon us and soon enough. Because we haven’t had any reports of American deaths yet , we must not have taken the right steps toward that end yet. Our mission at AntiNWOParty: is to try to encourage today’s people to stop pretending that Drone strikes on US soil? We are getting closer to ‘Terminator’ reality everyday and its being set up and it is happening. Look around you with all these robot Killing machines moving us tours the achievements of future killing machines they’re destined to be. All the pieces are here, they just need to be brought together. I just put together some links to story’s from a few sites just to give you an Idea of what Im talking about in case you missed the movie Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and have not an even idea about what the Illuminati Zionists want to do to the people on this planet the drones that they control. Matthew 24:21–22 – “For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.” Dramatic advances in the fields of Computer Science, especially Artificial Intelligence, Computer Animation, Medical Implants and Robotics, have made it possible to picture the fulfillment of this prophecy.
As Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson discussed in their article “The End of Humanity: Rise of the Robots,” it is the goal of the elite to eventually merge with technology to gain immortality. Well-known author and futurist Ray Kurzweil has long-predicted such a future, one where humankind as we know it will cease to exist in 2045.
Not coincidentally, 2045 is the same year the United Nations Global Future 2045 International Congress (led by Kurzweil) announced this past summer will be “a new era for humanity” where emerging technology will replace mankind and a transhumanist vision of man merging with machine will be fully realized as the organization plans in the video below.
Major nations across the globe are racing the create Skynet-like technologies, smart control grids supposedly necessary for humanity’s safety and security. Perhaps men, even the elite who seem to believe they are untouchable, should be humbled and take heed in playing mad scientist. Perhaps they should stop trying to birth then harness the power of superintelligent, super-powerful machines that could ultimately overtake and enslave, irrevocably transform or end humankind.
Even the elite are mere men after all.
In fact, DARPA has been refered to as “the real Skynet” because the agency seeks to obtain similar autonomous supertechnologies as depicted in those movies (for just a smattering of DARPA’s many projects, see here, here, here, here and here).
Pentagon wants to create space vehicle to fire missiles anywhere on Earth
via: Raw Story
Buried in the 621-page House-Senate conference report on the Defense Department appropriations bill — and page A19 of Monday’s Washington Post, is a $100 million request to enhance space warfare.rawstory.com…
The iRobot Warrior, brought to you by Roomba! The Robotic Floorvac
he world has already gone from bomb disposal bots (which seemingly half the police departments have now) to patrol robots fitted with assault rifles. So what’s next? Fully-armed droid soldiers?
Well, they decided to skip that step and went right to droid soldiers that can fire a million #ing bullets a second. The company iRobot (yes, the Roomba guys) are teaming up with Australian weapons company, Metal Storm, to create Warrior. iRobot will provide the robot part, and Metal Storm provides the Firestorm weapons system, and revolutionary guns that work by stacking the ammo in the barrel and cooking it off via electrical impulses.
The result is a robot that can shoot little 40 mm grenades at you at a rate of 4,000 a second.
The first in a new generation of military communications satellites that will aid British troops around the globe was launched in 1998. The rocket carried the UK Ministry of Defence’s Skynet 4D satellite.
Skynet 4A, 4B and 4C were launched between 1988 and 1990. Skynet 4D and 4E were launched in 1998.
“There was a war. A few years from now. Nuclear war. The whole thing. All this … everything … is gone. Just gone. There were survivors. Here. There. Nobody knew who started it. It was the Machines… Defense network computer. New. Powerful. Hooked into everything. Trusted to run it all. They say It got smart…a new order of intelligence. Then It saw all people as a threat, not just the ones on the other side. Decided our fate in a microsecond… extermination.”
– Kyle Reese
Artificial Intelligence Controlled
Network Defense Computer System
Strategic Air Command – NORth American Aerospace Defense
Strategic Initiative Artifint under the overview of the USTACCC- United States Tactical Aerospace Command Communication and Control
The mystery of the drone flying above New York City
By Peter Weber | The Week – 9 hrs ago
After an Alitalia pilot has a frightening encounter with a UFO near JFK airport, there are more questions than answers
On Monday, the Obama administration told Congress that it’s possible “to imagine an extraordinary circumstance” — like a 9/11-level attack — in which it would deploy an aerial drone to kill an American on U.S. soil. And quite coincidentally, that same day, the Federal Aviation Administration said a drone had been spotted in the airspace near Queens and Brooklyn. An Alitalia pilot landing at JFK airport had this jarring conversation with an air-traffic controller:
JFK controller: Uh, what did you see?
Alitalia pilot: We saw a drone, a drone aircraft
JFK controller: What altitude did you see that aircraft?
Alitalia pilot: About 1,500 feet.
You can listen to the raw audio below, but here are the basic details: The airplane was about three miles from JFK runway 31R when the pilot saw a black, unmanned aircraft with four propellers, about 3 feet wide. The drone was reportedly a frightening 200 feet away from the plane, some 1,750 feet in the air.SEE MORE: 5 embarrassingly bad rap videos that should have never been made
What was this drone doing near JFK, and who was controlling it? The FAA wants to know, and so does the FBI. “The FBI is asking anyone with information about the unmanned aircraft or the operator to contact us,” special agent John Giacalone said in a statement. “Our paramount concern is the safety of aircraft passengers and crew.”
Without a better description, “it’s impossible to tell if this might be some sort of heavy-duty unmanned aerial vehicle, or a hobbyist remote controlled gadget,” says Adrian Chen at Gawker. But there are some clues: The NYPD doesn’t fly drones — yet — and the description, if accurate, sounds more like a hobbyist quadrocopter. Plus, JFK is just a few miles from Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, “a favorite spot for remote-controlled plane enthusiasts.” Maybe one of those hobbyists decided to flout the FAA’s rule that remote-controlled aircraft stay under 400 feet and stay in sight of the operator, who has to notify air traffic controllers if the aircraft will fly within three miles of an airport.
“Whether it was a hobbyist breaking the Federal Aviation Administration’s 400-foot-altitude rule or a real spy vessel from the Evil Empire is unknown,” says David Kravets at Wired. “Either way, there’s a UFO out there and it came within 200 feet of the plane.” That’s frightening, and it’s going to become more common after a new law, the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, takes effect. Under that law, “the FAA has a September 2015 deadline to open up U.S. skies to commercial and civil drones,” says Ryan Gallagher at Slate.
While the word drone conjures up images of large military-style Predators or Reapers, in this case the aircraft seems to have been more in line with a radio-controlled plane used for recreational purposes. A similar incident was reported to have occurred in Denver last year, when a “mystery object” suspected of being a model aircraft nearly caused a collision at some 8,000 feet…. As drone technology becomes more affordable for private citizens to purchase, it follows that the risks will heighten, as the incidents in New York and Denver perhaps demonstrate. [Slate]
The near-miss was worrisome, but can we stop calling the aircraft a “drone”? says Adam Clark Estes at Vice. “The difference in wording seems slight, but the connotation is significant.” People don’t freak out over “a hobbyist whose remote-controlled aircraft flew too high,” but the FBI asking about a rogue “drone” — to its credit, it didn’t, opting for the more accurate “unnamed aircraft” — is a whole other matter, needlessly conjuring up the wars in Afghanistan and Yemen.