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It still seems like the larger point is not that drones are inherently bad, but that we face a threat from governments' lack of respect for transparency, international law and citizens' rights.
Many fake Aadhar cards recovered from 7th illegal Myanmar Muslim immigrants along with1 from Chennai Earlier some Rohingya were also arrested with fake documents in the border town moreh of immediate attentions of @[email protected] [email protected]@Rajat Sethi86pic.twitter.com/5fp9W6jv Ak— Nongthombam Biren (@NBiren Singh) May 15, 2018As seen above, CM Biren claimed that apart from “illegal Myanmar Muslims” an individual from Chennai too was caught with fake Aadhar cards.
There is no particularly strong dividing line between terrorists, rebels and large-scale criminal leaders, and one is not necessarily more dangerous to civilians than the other, with terror-like methods being employed even in situations like the drug war raging in Mexico.
What I mean by this is that notions like 'drone strikes should be reserved against terrorists' are rather problematic, as there's not always that much separating Al-Qaida from drug cartels, not to mention various insurgencies, whether their cause is perceived as legitimate or not."This whole drone thing is really a slippery slope"I don't think that's accurate. It's this whole "we can violate other countries' sovereignty and kill our own citizens and those of other countries—all with a total lack of transparency—that's the problem, especially when, as Natsymir mentioned, we arrive at the point where other countries begin to feel they have the geopolitical clout to start emulating the US. Think the CIA arming militants in Afghanistan and Iraq with weapons that years down the line would be used against the US military. Don't for one minute think it's just going to be use to target 'the enemy'. The last season of it where the guy uses the drone and zooms in on the girl on the beach and she removes her top. Not to mention the danger of one of these drones hitting a plane or malfunctioning and hitting a populated area.
Frustrated by a five-month international manhunt that produced no results, Chinese investigators contemplated using an unmanned drone to kill a fugitive drug dealer in Myanmar.
The revelation comes from Liu Yuejin (), China's top anti-drug officer, in an interview with news outlet Global Times.
Naw was found guilty on all counts and sentenced to death.
This is something we will se more of in the future, as Russia and China gets the technology and confidence to emulate US behavior and violate their neighbors in a multitude of new and interesting ways; China is just getting started, there's much, much more to come.well, the guy might reasonably have been a threat to individuals in China, which makes him no different from the way terrorist are a threat to the US; no terrorist organisation are in any way an even a remotely serious threat to the US as a nation, the only thing they threaten are the lives on individual americans, and that would arguably make this drug lord comparatively dangerous, as he has apparently ordered various large killings and stuff."One plan was to use an unmanned aircraft to carry 20 kilograms of TNT to bomb the area, but the plan was rejected, because the order was to catch him alive," Liu said in his interview.Unmanned vehicles were first publicly displayed by the Chinese government at a Guangdong air show in November 2012 — seven months after Liu's Myanmar strike proposal.too reported on Tuesday that the Manipur police had arrested 10 individuals in connection with two fake Aadhar card manufacturing rackets which were operating in the towns of Moreh and Jiribam.Out of those arrested, nine are believed to be illegal immigrants belonging to Myanmar and another arrested is Paritha Begum – the wife of certain Mohammed Mohideen, who hails from Tamil Nadu.