Turning Gotham into Gaza: Mayor Adams may start using DRONES to "fight crime" in NYC
While New Yorkers are all screaming for "Ukraine," their city is under globalist transformation into something out of Philip K. Dick, to "keep us safe"
When he was mayor, Michael Bloomberg went to London to check out the street-surveillance system there, loved what he saw, and set about to do the same in NYC.
And now Mayor Adams is kicking all that up a notch, by “mulling a mini-army of drones” (made by an Israeli company) to keep New Yorkers “safe,” reports the New York Post.
Thus this once-great metropolis (like so many other once-great cities) continues its degeneration into a high-tech dystopia, under cover of COVID, and with all eyes on "Ukraine."
I'd say that NYC is getting more like Gaza, if it weren't easier to avoid "vaccination" over there (easier than it is in Israel, certainly).
Eric Adams considering using drones to fight NYC crime, sources say
March 26, 2022
Mayor Eric Adams is mulling a mini-army of drones to fight surging crime in the Big Apple — possibly deploying the high-flying robocops from rooftops as watchful guardians of Gotham, sources told The Post.
Adams attended the gathering in the Williamsburg Hotel, and sources said the mayor was so impressed with the joint presentation that he suggested his chief technology officer Matthew Fraser and the firms’ honchos begin talks about the city potentially buying drones and expanding the NYPD’s use of them.
“Eric is a big booster of drones and how they can be used to streamline government function, but obviously whatever he would try to roll out would be constrained” under existing laws limiting drone use, said a source familiar with the mayor’s thinking.
Easy Aerial, creator of military grade drone-in-a box solutions, recently presented its plans for the New York Soteria Project with a goal of putting an “eye in the sky” to enhance security across New York City. Easy Aerial seeks to put drones on rooftops in the city, in particular in areas of high crime. Easy Aerials drone solutions are already being used by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Mexican border, as well as by the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) along the border at the Gaza Strip in Israel. Most recently, Easy Aerial’s drones were used by the IDF and Israeli police to search for people trapped inside Tel Aviv buildings hit by rockets.