Israel invents new way to kill


Richard Moore

From: "Westaway" <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Israel unveils portable hunter-killer robot
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 22:08:53 -0800

Is not this part of an evolution of corporate killing machines of the fascists?
Touted now as being used against "enemy guerrillas", tomorrow more highly 
refined robots will be used against enemies of the corporate state.  Each and 
every dissident and unwanted citizen will become victim to the unrelenting 
desire of that small, powerful elite to totally control and enslave mankind.  
Robots will become an extension of their power to enforce and to eliminate.  
Human soldiers, whose allegiance is always in doubt, will be replaced by 
programable machines that will eliminate the possibility of counter coup.  The 
writing is plainly on the wall.

What are we going to do about it?

- Don.

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Israel unveils portable hunter-killer robot
Thu Mar 8, 2007 5:31am ET

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli defense firm on Thursday unveiled a portable 
robot billed as being capable of entering most combat zones alone and engaging 
enemies with an onboard armory that includes a machine-pistol and grenades.

The VIPeR, roughly the size of a small television, was invented as part of 
Israel's efforts to develop weaponry that could reduce the risks to its forces 
from hand-to-hand fighting against Palestinian or Lebanese Hezbollah guerrillas.

The manufacturer, Elbit Systems Ltd., said that the VIPeR's small size and dual 
treads enable it to move "undeterred by stairs, rubble, dark alleys, caves or 
narrow tunnels".

As well as bomb-sniffing and bomb disposal equipment, the VIPeR can carry an Uzi
machine-pistol or plant a grenade. The weapons would be aimed using an onboard 
video camera.

According to Elbit, which has close links with the Defense Ministry, Israel 
plans to deploy the VIPeR among its infantry units after field tests. The robot 
could also be of interest to foreign police units or U.S. forces in Iraq and 

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