Not sure why the AmeriKKKan military trusts Chinese companies in this regard period. Where are the domestic drone makers? Oh yeah they outsourced everything to Asia like dummies… smmfh
The ongoing ban of Chinese drones divides the US government, reports the New York Times. Recently, the Department of the Interior grounded its entire fleet of drones out of data security concerns. Other government agencies, however, are more concerned about the impact of a possible all-out ban. Continue reading
shoutout to the CIA for flimflamming “our” allies as well as most of the world…
For more than half a century, governments all over the world trusted a single company to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret. Continue reading
From “Down Under” but they speak on all the English speaking countries militarizing…. funny how YTs notice it now when it’s been an occupying army in the hood since slavery was ended….
Australian police are increasingly being “militarised”.
Front-line officers in Queensland and Victoria, and specialist units across the country, are being trained in military-style tactics and thinking. Continue reading
YT always taking ish and claiming they’re self-made…FOH
Last week during the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee hearing about H.R. 40 and reparations, economist, author, political commentator and former president of Bennett College Julianne Malveaux reminded America of the many ways its dark history of racial violence against Black people continues to affect the group’s future. Continue reading
It’s a reason gangs started in Chicago….
On Sunday, the highly-anticipated HBO series Watchmen set the internet ablaze with America’s shocked reactions to a little-known incident frequently called the Tulsa Race Riots. The bombing of Black Wall Street is common knowledge to a large percentage of black folks (we’ve written about it at least 20 times, including here, here and here), but apparently it’s news to a lot of people who prefer a whitewashed, sanitized version of American history. Continue reading