Is it me or is life imitating InfoWars a lot recently? In other words, just because Alex Jones is crazy paranoid doesn’t mean the government isn’t really out to take your guns. And if they are going to take your “illegal” guns, a spy-in-the-sky would be most helpful (for them). Here’s a kooky one: will they go looking for gun owners shooting “illegal assault weapons” on private property? The news report above doesn’t specify the detection technology involved but it’s probably some kind of computer program that analyzes body language. Or just a pair of eyes on the ground spying on the subject or subjects. A terahertz camera? In that case, it may be tin hat time. Or time for tin-lined gun cases, safes and holsters. . .

42 Responses to DHS Developing Gun Detecting Drones

  1. It was only by accident when I heard him second hand in the summer of 2011. Jones was ranting about how they would stage terror attacks with airplanes and blame it on Bin Laden. Oh well, it used to be on youtube but everyone took the blue pill and said it was fake when I showed it to them.

    • Wait a minute… you’re saying he predicted 9/11 ten years after it happened? I guess he was right all along! Poor sheeple, we are.

      • “Second hand” = a rebroadcasted segment.

        But go on being a denier. We know how nasty you can get when confronted with inconvenient information.

        • Perhaps he just didn’t know your meaning by “second hand,” what with your failing to provide the original air date.

        • “But go on being a denier. We know how nasty you can get when confronted with inconvenient information.”

          Sorry but that’s a trademarked tactic for the “truthers”

  2. Hmm… Put another one on the board for Matthew Bracken’s predictions.

    In one of his novels, people who went out into the forest to shoot their illegal semi-automatic rifles are detected by aircraft/drones overhead which hear the sounds of the rifle(s) going off. Those people when they come back out of the forest are met, and arrested and sent to a secret prison camp.

    He’s been almost 100% on the money with everything else so far…

  3. From what I read about similar technology being discussed for New York’s open prison called public places it works off the energy emitted naturally by the body. A distorts this energy reading, so it’s not like x rays or sonar that you can block with a covering. Our tax dollars at work.

    • If this is the case, for civil disobedience someone ought to come up with something easy to make that will generate lots of false positives.

      I’m sure the pols and the MSM would cry about how we don’t take children’s safety seriously enough, wasting resources that should go to catching evildoers.

  4. Sounds like it might be an illegal search although that would hardly stop “we can do better idiot & his state lackys”. obummabastard sure has turned out to be a prick,Randy

    • Randy,

      It just came out today that the IRS can read your e mails without a warrant, so kiss the 4th amendment (Search and Seizure) goo bye as well.

      • pretty sad but true.

        incrementalism at its finest.

        the war on drugs, the patriot act, the supercomputer being constructed in Utah, the false security of SOPA/PIPA failing, one could go on and on.

        and they called us fromthewilderness.com and collapsenet readers nutjobs and lumped us in with the likes of prisonplanet. wonderful. dont worry, were looking at the bright side: the recent chain of events have vindicated us 100% from the skeptics.

  5. I read it here in the comments: “last years tin-foil hat conspiracies are todays headlines”

    Apologies for the lack of attribution.

  6. Alex Jones is about as credible as Slow Joe Biden. Either one of them may occasionally dribble out a grain of truth, but I wouldn’t want to count on them in that department.

  7. The video still shot (at the top of the article) shows small mountains in the background and is apparently in Oklahoma. Where in the heck is that?

  8. FOR YOUR INFORMATION ALEX JONES IS NOT CRAZY PARANOID
    WHAT HE SAYS IS 100% TRUTH. HOW DO I KNOW THIS? BECAUSE I HAVE ACCESS TO THE SAME INFORMATION HE GETS, FROM THE SAME PEOPLE HE GETS IT FROM….YOU PEOPLE BETTER START TAKING THIS SERIOUSLY… I TAKE OFFENCE TO THE COMMENT…

    • Press that key above the shift button on your keyboard and you’ll notice a difference in the letters on the screen.

  9. Drones that detect guns? I suppose they’ll be judge, jury and executioner too. Hey DHS, I got your drone right here!

    Dear prosecutor. I really don’t believe all the stuff I post on the web. Now get that stupid thing to stop orbiting my house!

  10. When I read the original article, I got the impression that they were talking about pattern recognition of guns displayed in the open, which is certainly possible with current technology.

    What I wondered about: Not too long ago, there was a lot of talk of millimeter-range radar that could detect concealed weapons. It was intended for deployment on vehicles so LEOs could patrol the street and scan the sidewalks. I haven’t heard too much about this lately, which either means (IMO) that it’s been dropped as unworkable, or that it’s been deployed and isn’t being talked about.

    If it (millimeter radar) is actually being deployed, it ought to be deployable on drones, enabling scanning for concealed weapons just about anywhere.

    Just my musings.

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