Issue #90 of The Wild Bunch Dispatch, Alt-Market’s exclusive newsletter covering concepts and tactics for defeating globalism, is set to be released on February 22nd. The Wild Bunch is a place to explore subjects and solutions to centralized tyranny which are rarely if ever covered by the rest of the alternative media. Meaning, we talk about direct action measures along with more passive strategies.
The funny thing about drones as a technology for war and oppression is that most of what you see in the movies is hype, while the real dangers they present are rarely mentioned. For now, they are primarily a scouting and surveillance/targeting platform rather than a direct combat tool, but there are tactics exploiting drones that the average person has never heard of that make them a destructive obstacle if the user has no qualms about collateral damage. There are ways to counter drones just as there are ways to counter every high tech weapon, but this requires understanding how they are utilized in the field.
In the next issue of the Wild Bunch Dispatch we will be discussing some of the more obscure information regarding military drones and their potential uses. Then, we will talk about possible strategies for countering them.
Drones – How Big Of A Threat Are They?
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”Drone better, people make problem.” Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko, Iron Man II.
Drones, AKA remote-conrolled murdertools, have revolutionized the modern battlefield. To be able to find, track, and kill the enemy without ever setting foot on the battlefield yourself, is pretty magical. And, if AI gets spun into the mix, you don’t have to participate at all. Flying drones can cross distances in minutes that take ground troops hours or even days to traverse. Saving time, money, and lives can make all the difference in the world. Is it moral, is it ethical…
They really aren’t as effective as people think they are, especially the autonomous tech. You still need a lot of guys on the battlefield to win a war, drones will never replace them. But, they are very good force multipliers and allow you to do more with less.