Sunday, July 02, 2006

Pilotless UAV Spy Planes to spy on population of Scotland

Unmanned Arial Vehicles are to be deployed over the skies of Scotland, keeping tabs on the population, as reported in the Mail on Sunday.

The spy in the sky planes will be used to spy on people, intruding into the private lives of citizens.

Fitted with video cameras, these drones will monitor people, vehicles, property, and political protests.

It has been reported that £500,000 of taxpayers money has been used to fund this project.

Trials of the UAV planes have already taken place at ParcAberporth in Wales. The project is codenamed Project Astraea.

It is planned that these planes will be supplied to the police and other government agencies at a total cost of £32,000,000.

Currently, these UAV planes are best known for their use in nations which are considered to harbour enemies of the state, most recently Iraq and Afghanistan.

People of Britain, you are now seen as an enemy of the state.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a load of bollocks, enemy of the state? get a job, and stop watching too many movies.

Fri Sep 15, 11:55:00 pm GMT  
Blogger Winston Smith said...

Thanks for that thoughtful input there, anonymous.

Sat Sep 16, 03:24:00 am GMT  

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