Killer Drones

Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition's "Right to Peace" Walk 2014

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The Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition's “Right to Peace” walk was a 120 mile peace walk from Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia, culminating with a rally at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta. The walk drew attention to the link between the research and development of the next generation of killer autonomous drones by Georgia Tech, their partnership with the Maneuver Battle Lab at Fort Benning where Ga Tech conducts drone flight testing, and the training of Latin America regime’s police and military forces at Ft. Benning’s School of the Americas (SOA/WHINSEC) in the use of the tools and tactics of oppression.

America's Not So Secret Drone War, Madea Benjamin Speaks In Atlanta

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A new form of warfare is creeping into skies around the world. From Pakistan to Yemen, from Somalia to the Southern Boarder, the United States is now using unmanned drones to spy on and often kill people around the planet. But what is the cost of using killer robots in both money and innocent lives? And what domestic and international laws are violated when a country kills people who have committed no crime, and have not been convicted in any court. Anti-War activist Madea Benjamin has researched these drones, who builds them, who operates them, who the targets are, and who orders the attacks. On September 17th, 2012, Ms. Benjamin spoke in Decatur, Ga. about the history, and more importantly, the future, of America's unmanned drones program around the world and here at home. This film runs 67 minutes.

Interview With Medea Benjamin On Drone Warfare

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Medea Benjamin is a life long human rights and anti war activist. She is the author of a number of books, the latest being "Drone Warfare, Killing By Remote Control". She spoke about the issue of drone proliferation by the United States and other countries in Decatur Ga. on September 17th, 2012. Prior to her public speech at the Decatur Quaker Meeting House, she spoke to Atlanta Independent Media Center about the increased use of killer drones by the U.S. in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. She also talked about the desire of domestic law enforcement to start flying drones in U.S. airspace. Her message is simple, the time is now to pass laws to ban these new weapons internationally, and to prevent their use at home before there are drones flying in a sky near you. This film runs 34 minutes.

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