I thought it was the coolest damn thing in the world. I was like 'Oh man, I get to play a video game all day!' And then reality hits you that you may have to kill somebody. Michael Haas, former drone operator
From the article: According to documents whistleblower Edward Snowden leaked to the Washington Post, the U.S. spent $500 billion on its intelligence agencies in the dozen years after the 9/11 attacks, including annual appropriations in 2012 of $11 billion for the National Security Agency (NSA) and $15 billion for the CIA. If we add the $790 billion expended on the Department of Homeland Security to that $500 billion for overseas intelligence, then Washington had spent nearly $1.3 trillion to build a secret state-within-the-state of absolutely unprecedented size and power.
Surrounding Iran, On the Road Through Syria By Margaret Sarfehjooy WAMM Newsletter March/April 2012 Iran is now surrounded by U.S. bases. The war on Iraq was looked on as a Bush effort. Those in power today are continuing Bush’s war plans stronger than ever. Where is the outcry? Iran is threatened, and the More