New “Crowd-Control” Drones Will Shoot Protesters With Pepper Spray

April 8, 2015   |   John Vibes

John Vibes
April 8, 2014

(ANTIMEDIANew drones are being developed to shoot protesters with pepper spray, as well as taking photos and videos of the crowd. India is the first place where drones will be used for this purpose, but it will likely expand to many other countries within a short amount of time. These types of ideas tend to spread quickly among tyrants.

We have purchased five drone cameras with capacity of lifting two kilogram weight. They can be used to shower pepper powder on an unruly mob in case of any trouble,” Yashasvi Yadav, of the Lucknow Police said.

The drones will cost roughly $1,000 per unit and will be ready for action sometime this month. A prototype of these drones were used by the Indian government earlier in the year, for Muharram and Republic day, and the government was so pleased with the technology that they decided to develop a full-time arsenal of these drones.

“We had used drone cameras and they were so effective that we have decided to purchase them instead of hiring them,” Yadav said.

Moves like this make it obvious that governments are preparing for war with their citizens. Why else would you want to indiscriminately spray entire crowds of people with pepper spray? Technology like this is obviously meant to scare large groups of people into submission, not specifically target people who are guilty of crimes.


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  1. We haven't found a cure for cancer yet but we continuously find new ways to fuck with people.

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  2. You think they looking for a cure lol

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  3. You think they looking for a cure lol

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  4. Conscience Wade You think if they found the cure they wouldnt release it unless it made as much as cancer treatment profits.

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  5. Oh look, a new target. One shot. Done. Stupid idea that any smart protester can resolve. It's inanimate therefore it remains a non violent act to remove it from the sky.

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  6. Their agenda is population control and making people think they are being helped when they just feed them more poison. The cure to cancer is working out and eating healthy but people rather take the easy way out. If they cured people then its a one time fee but if you remain sick then an industry can built on making careers

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  7. There are allready fitted with guns and work very good.Crimials use them against law enforcement and civilians alike.

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  8. So, where can i buy one?

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  9. Silly string sales are going to rise.

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  10. Protest crowd control by gathering in large groups!!

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  11. No body with a slitly alkaline balance in there body can contract cancer it people with a ph balance that's acidic that can get cancer it's as easy as changing your body's ph balance.

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  12. Conscience Wade Cancer can and does often kill people who've made good lifestyle choices like exercising and eating healthily. Don't delude yourself.
    And conventional cancer treatments save lots of lives every day. But don't manage to save all their patients.
    You insult thousands of good dedicated doctors and nurses. I have friends alive now whose cancers would have killed them by now if we were living back in the 80s, for example.

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  13. you're talking shit. You've been believing the stupid lies people put on the internet. Why don't you run that line past your doctor and listen carefully to his medically educated response?

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  14. Cancer is population control of course they won't want to find a cure!!

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  15. Same as Diabetes. I also see a social experiment here. It is recommended to lose weight, control blood sugar, stick to a diet, and exercise. Only those willing to adapt will survive without complications. What is the character make up of different people? One of my coworkers was diagnosed. First thing he did was lose 20 lbs. How does he automatically adapt? What is in his make up as opposed to the defeatist that would run out and enjoy a buffet?

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  16. Jerry Simon Look…"self-employed". LOL

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  17. I've got one word for anyone attempting to use these on Americans: PULL!

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  18. If you live in a country where firearms are legally owned by the citizenry, of course. Not gonna help them much in India.

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  20. the US probably MADE them.. (disappointing)

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  21. the US probably MADE them.. (disappointing)

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  22. Jerry Simon they cant put it on the internet if it isnt true…lol, just ask the french supermodel that is meeting me for our first date later..roflmao.

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  23. Mike McClanahan had a quick look at your page: I love the chords you choose to pick, and am mightily impressed at your singing-with-piano 🙂

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  24. Why shoot 'em? There's a nerd somewhere that can hijack them. Just need a stronger transmitter.

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  25. It's theoretically possible to down a helicopter with bolas. It wouldn't be that hard to bring a drone like this down, since the rotors have a LOT less power.

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  26. If I can hit a quail, I can hit that thing. I'll use hi power number 4 shot, 1432fps, 21 pellets per shell. Just don't know how to cook the damn thing.

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  27. Fer fuck sakes, yea take a rifle to a protest. smarten the fuck up. Use a ball of string or para cord or nylon rope (legal to have on you) tied to a rock or similar weight (legal to have on you) toss into fuckers rotors and watch 20,000 bucks destroy it self. DuRrRRrR….

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  28. I thought protesting and freedom of speech wasn't illegal. Shouldn't have to pepper spray people unless they start rioting.

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  29. The Citizens of India must not have shotguns?

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  30. Jeff Henderson is right. You, Sir, are angry for some reason. His comment was vague, yes, but you must understand the effect pH has on molecular biology, chemical, and enzymatic reactions within human physiology. Go back to watching Fox News and believing everything they say. Your ignorance is ridiculous man. Lighten up and educate yourself Sir. You want to debate more … bring it.

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  31. i love that a person who cannot spell words the average 7 year old has mastered believes himself some sort of chemistry guru.

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  32. What did I misspell? You work at a nuclear power plant that's probably ~2% efficient in energy extraction from the radiation of Uranium. How do you feel about the engineering of that? Maybe you should switch to LFTR (Liquid fluoride thorium reactor) to upgrade to today's technology and stop being part of a giant global catastrophe, eh? Stop using a U-235 reactor, which uses steam as a coolant, and stop splitting an element which produces an isotope which was has little to no use, other than to make it into a weapon, depleted uranium, U-238. When Thorium …. fuck it, do your own research. There is no winning this argument against a uranium convert. Thanks for the love bro, and I don't believe myself a guru at all, it's common knowledge to my generation of those who care about the planet and how long this menagerie will last! Awaiting your next comment …

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  33. i was talking about the original poster, but way to show how little control of your emotions you possess. and how little pop-culture knowledge. only retarded people post their real job on facebook.

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  34. i was talking about the original poster, but way to show how little control of your emotions you possess. and how little pop-culture knowledge. only retarded people post their real job on facebook.

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  35. i would sit here and troll you all day because it's obviously so easy to generate a reaction but I have things to do.

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  36. I thought your comments were directed at me, Sir, my apologies. My emotions are directly steered by people's ignorance, and I'm sure you can understand that. Sorry again for my insults, Sir. Troll me and you will get served. You've got just as much of an ego as me, admit it. At least I can.

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  37. For saying only retarded people post their real job's on Facebook … so is your job a fake too? I proudly do what I do to de-stress from a former life, and making ice-cream on St John ain't bad. For real dude … and pop-culture knowledge … LFTR is not pop-culture knowledge, nor is knowing the physiology of the human body when pH is concerned. Good day, Sir.

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  38. Are you talking to me Caleb? "Go back to watching Fox News and believing everything they say. Your ignorance is ridiculous man. Lighten up and educate yourself Sir." I'm English, don't have a television, never watched Fox News in my life, only ridiculous extracts on Facebook or YouTube. I gather Fox News would be more likely to promote this cancer&pH misinformation than deny it.
    Some cancer MYTHS, including this one, and the "Big Pharma is suppressing the True Cure(s)" one, are dealt with in this link below, based on research from scientists who will certainly "understand the effect pH has on molecular biology, chemical, and enzymatic reactions within human physiology" to greater depth than I do, because I only studied biochemistry as such in the first year of my biology degree. How far did you get with it Caleb?
    Will you read and consider the probable accuracy of this link?
    http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2014/03/24/dont-believe-the-hype-10-persistent-cancer-myths-debunked/

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  39. I will, but I would also like you to look into why the Gov't has banned apricot seeds, and vitamin B17, also know as Amygdalin. I'm not just a crazed hippy spouting bunk, I have spent years of my life looking into this and how corrupt the FDA, CDC, EPA, and Federal Reserve are. Tit for tat. I will not lose my temper, as I did before, my bad, please accept my apology. I will read your post and would like to be educated by someone who holds beliefs other than I, it would be good for my logic and self control. I went to school and studied under many bright and well educated professors, some at William and Mary, for a sit in or three, who have left a deep impact on me, that may explain my aggressive stance on logic. It is wrong to approach logic this way. As for my understanding or physiology I do feel confident. Healthcare as we know it is not working. We can both agree on that. I will post after work tonight to let you know what I think. Fox would never air my opinions on healthcare as science is starting to find out that it isn't profitable to produce cures, but anyways, enough with Fox. I'm sorry I was an asshole to you Jerry, your opinion is just as worthy as mine. Just don't make assumptions when it comes to this kind of stuff … the truth is irrefutable. Take care and have a good day. p.s. it has been proven that cancerous cells can't live in an alkaline environment, just sayin' …

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  40. I'm with you Jeff Henderson, help me find the citations we need to prove our point on cancer and alkalinity. I will find as many as I can tonight after work. Take care.

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  41. Jerry, just a brief overview of that citation is screaming 'written by a lobbyist for big pharma'. There's just no other way around it. Read the reviews and comments on the bottom of the page, they all say basically the same. This 'de-bunking' of cancer cures is akin to the 'de-bunking' of '9/11: inside job'. Literally one of the worst de-bunking articles I have ever read.

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  42. What can I say? It's the views of the scientists who actually do laboratory and clinical research on treating cancer as their day-to-day work, and the doctors and nurses who use the outcomes of that research in THEIR day-to-day work. The people who actually SAVE LIVES using surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy, and who keep researching to improve their understanding and treatment methods so they can save even more lives. Back in the 80s for example, breast cancer was much more of a killer than it is now that such research has been translated into medical practice. So my friend's wife M is still doing fine after the successful treatment she had 18 years ago, my friend J since 13 or 14 years, my ex-wife for 5 years, and another very very close family member is optimistic about the treatment she's about to start.
    You say most of the comments below the article say basically the same things. True. I agree.
    Where we probably disagree is that you go along with them. I don't. I find far more sense and reason in the article and Kat's and Phil's occasional contributions to the comments than in nearly all the rest of of the anti-science opinions voiced there.

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  43. Tail rotor on a helicopter almost always has a drive shaft on top of the tail boom shoot at the top of the tail boom

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  44. protest never has worked in the history of mankind , you must bring force , then the Jews will kill you lol

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  45. Conscience Wade as Jerry Simon said, don't delude yourself. I had cancer when I was 17 and I was working out every day and eating healthy, yet that didn't prevent me from getting cancer or prevent it from getting worse. So no, eating healthy and working out aren't proven treatments for cancer.

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