The United States FAA Department, upon order of the government, is sending drones throughout the country. The purpose is to stop illegal activity. Drones are unmanned aircraft which specialize in collecting data, and also can be used to carry missiles. Even though the drones will be unarmed, the idea is alarming. In the end of days the Antichrist will search out those who go against the Beast system. I believe drones will be used to search out those who do not believe in the world's system. One more step in the direction of Antichrist.
Europe is still collapsing, and will continue to lose money as capital flow exits Europe. The EU will continue to disintegrate, and when it does, the Antichrist will come in and put it back together subduing three. Interestingly, as the new French President was meeting German Chancellor Merkel, his plane was struck by lightning and had to turn back. Maybe God is trying to say something, or push back the Beast's outreach. I believe the satanic system before us is going to get much more evil very quickly.
Spanish ten year bond yields continue to climb, and stock equities are losing their worth. As this accelerates look for money printing to be put into hyper drive. As the money printing continues, inflation will turn into hyperinflation. Deflation will not destroy the world's economies, but hyperinflation. It is time for all of us to study the Word, keep ourselves true to His teachings, and always remember God is in control amidst the chaos we see.
Unmanned drones could soon be buzzing in the skies above many U.S. cities, as the federal government green-lights the technology for local law enforcement amid widespread privacy concerns.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday began to explain the rules of the sky for these newly licensed drones at potentially dozens of sites across the country. The agency, on its website, said that government "entities" will have to obtain a special certificate in order to fly the aircraft, adding that the FAA is "streamlining the process for public agencies to safely fly (drones) in the nation's airspace."
In doing so, the government is taking a tool that has become synonymous with U.S. counterterror warfare in countries like Pakistan and Yemen -- and putting it in the hands of U.S. law enforcement.
Unlike some of the drones used overseas, these will not be equipped with missiles. They are to be used purely for surveillance. But that alone has raised serious privacy concerns on Capitol Hill and beyond.