A California police department is planning on using drones equipped with cameras and loudspeakers to monitor a coronavirus shutdown.
Just as we experienced in 9/11, the day finally came when the craziness subsided, we will one day hopefully watch our current coronavirus craziness subside also. But just as when 9/11 ended we didn’t go back to the same world we had previously known, neither will we this time return to life as we once knew it. Regardless of the true origin of the coronavirus, it matters not from whence it truly came, the current panic is being used to push us forward into a world of the future. The world we’ve been warning you about.
The aftermath of 9/11 brought us endless foreign wars in the Middle East, and the Patriot Act which could have been written by George Orwell himself. What will the aftermath of the coronavirus look like? There will be a “new economy” that will have to replace the one they are currently destroying, there will be a national tracking system, drones flying overhead night and day, and perhaps, if the Democrats are successful in November, a new form of government we will in no wise recognize. I really don’t recognize the America I’m looking at right now.
Isn’t it funny how no one cares about Climate Change anymore? Guess it wasn’t really an “impending global catastrophe” after all, and wanna know something else? Neither is the coronavirus, but they’re making into one anyway.
California police to use Chinese-made DJI patrol drones with night-vision cameras during coronavirus citizen lockdown
FROM WASHINGTON EXAMINER: The Chula Vista Police Department recently doubled its fleet of drones, purchasing two of the machines from Chinese company DJI. The police department told the Financial Times that they would be outfitted with night-vision cameras.
“We have not traditionally mounted speakers to our drones, but … if we need to cover a large area to get an announcement out, or if there were a crowd somewhere that we needed to disperse, we could do it without getting police officers involved,” said Capt. Vern Sallee. “The outbreak has changed my view of expanding the program as rapidly as I can,” Sallee added.
U.S. officials have warned about the threat Chinese-made drones could pose to the United States. The company that the police department is purchasing from, DJI, is the world’s largest player in the civilian drone industry.
Spencer Gore, chief executive of U.S.-based drone company Impossible Aerospace, said he is “working like crazy” to help equip other law enforcement agencies with drones and emphasized that the hardware his company uses is made domestically.
“What we saw in China, and what we’re probably going to see around the world, is using drones with cameras and loudspeakers to fly around to see if people are gathering where they shouldn’t be, and telling them to go home,” Gore said. “It seems a little Orwellian, but this could save lives.”
Another use for drones, at least for the Chula Vista police, might be to help spread the message about the coronavirus to homeless people who may not receive information any other way. “We need to tell them we actually have resources for them — they are vulnerable right now,” Sallee said. “It might be impractical or unsafe for our officers to be put into those areas.”
At the peak of China’s coronavirus outbreak, the country used talking drones to force citizens in certain areas to wear face masks.
“Where is your mask? Wear your mask!,” operators of the drones shouted at passersby in Chinese.
The news comes as cases of the coronavirus across the U.S. have increased dramatically. U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned on Monday that the coronavirus pandemic is ” going to get bad” this week. Estimates of how many people will become infected vary, but some states have taken stringent measures to stop the spread, including closing all non-essential business.
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