Jul 12, 9 years ago

No… you are not bugging

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Over the course of the last few years, during my travels across the globe to unveil the insidious activities of those agencies whom the Bible refers to as “spiritual wickedness in high places”, I’ve had the opportunity to expose many of interestingly disturbing developments within the iron clad triangle of the military industrial complex. One of which being finances that have been funneled into developing new technology to carry out covert surveillance, and government authorized “Hits”.

“New technology gives a whole new meaning to the cliches “a fly on the wall” & “a little birdy told me”. And these things are deadly!”

Within this discussion, I have frequently referenced the development of micro air vehicles or M.A.V’s for short. MAV’s are robotic technology that have been developed to mimic the appearance and flight patters of flying organic lifeforms, such as pigeons and houseflies, which are equipped with cameras, and the necessary artillery to extinguished their designated target(s).
Some have scoffed at of technology the possibility of this type of technology being used in civilian settings reality anytime soon. Well, scoff no more.

On June of 2011, the US military admitted to having drone technology so sophisticated that it could be the size of a bug.

In what is referred to as the "microaviary " on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, drones are in development and design to replicate the flight patterns of moths, hawks and other air-borne creatures of the natural world.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has unveiled hummingbird drones that can fly at speeds of 11 miles per hour.

It is believed that these insect-like drones are high-tech surveillance tools used by the Department of Homeland Security.

Back in 2007, at the International Symposium on Flying Insects and Robots , Japanese researchers unveiled a radio-controlled hawk-moth.

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been working on this technology since the 1970s. Known as the “inscetothopter”, it was developed by the Office of Research and Development for the CIA.

As you can see this is not new technology, its just new to you. And you can be sure, if they are now admitting to possessing it, “they” have got a much more interesting trinkets in their billion dollar toy chest. Below are a few examples of what these high tech pests look like.

Greg Parker, aerospace engineer, explains: “We’re looking at how you hide in plain sight” for the purpose of carrying out espionage or kill missions.

While the US military would have the American public believe that these new “fly drones” are used for overseas missions, insect drones have been spotted surveilling streets right here in
the US.

As you quickly glance at these devices, one reality abruptly steps out into plain sight…. there is no place on earth that you can hide from the eyes of the enemy. No matter how far off the grid you move, they can still bug you. And this is why God’s counsel and promise to us in Psalms 91 is more important to us today than ever before. God tells us in Psalm 91 verses 1-4:

" He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, [He is] my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, [and] from the noisome pestilence. He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy] shield and buckler. "

I sincerely hope and pray that you will not delay in availing yourself of sure defense and safe hiding place that exists in our world today, Jesus Christ, before it is eternally to late.

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  1. November 13, 2012
    Great info the people are fooled to believe that this and many other tools they use is for the fight against terrorism.

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