Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you think it’s unethical to use unmanned drones in war?

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Really, what does it matter what I think?  It’s being done.  It is the 1 percent who decide these things.  We the 99 percent have to endure their lapses of judgment.

Do I think it’s unethical? Yes.  And no.  Sending out the drones save a lot of lives.  The American soldiers don’t have to be on the field getting shot at.  The drones can be sent in to do the job, thus saving a lot of  American lives. So using the drones this way, I can agree to.  But just the thought of sending these drones out, scares me.  What if the operator makes a miscalculation and the drones hit a lot of civilians.  Innocent civilians who have done nothing.  I think it’s happened a few times

.  The other day, I heard that 24 Pakistani soldiers suffered this fate. They were all killed.  The drones were mis-directed.  This is what scares me.  The mis-directed drones.  What if, some day, one of these drones changed direction and headed for the United States.  Then what?

So in one way I think it’s ethical, but in another way unethical.  I really think something should be done about improving misdirection of drones.

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