American Drone


Published on May 1, 2013 by Johan A. du Toit

Submitted to the ‘Operation Paul Revere’ contest, hosted by www.infowars.com

Haunted by a mission gone wrong, U.S. drone sensor operator Calvin Williams begins to feel suspicious about drone warfare and the implications it could have on freedom domestically. When his suspicions turn into reality, he is forced to act.

Written and directed by Johan A. du Toit

13 thoughts on “American Drone

  1. Really? They think this video will do anything with the corrupt MSM and the government that we have today. Do they think we were born yesterday? This is a joke, right?

    It’s called cover-up!

    Let’s see in REAL life, the soldiers would all wind up mysteriously dead somewhere and the woman would be taken away or labeled as crazy in the media and the government would continue with its drone warfare. This does absolutely nothing.

    I’m not trying to destroy people’s hopes. I’m just being real here.

    1. To NC— Not all arm-chair drone warriors are ‘natural born killers’, and some of these people may have a conscience or, may have enough premonitions to foresee a future suppository effect: ‘what you shove-up someone else’s ass may eventually end up in your ass as well’.

      When you are a drone pilot, and killing innocent civilians via satellite from your office thousands of miles away, it may not be self-consoling enough to say: “I was only following orders”. This is why many drones are now being retrofitted with (AI) artificial intelligence–a computer has no morals or conscience, and can learn faster, more efficient ways to “prosecute” without human interference. However, what happens when the drones learn that humans are no longer necessary, or begin to communicate/collude with enemy drones? Did you ever see the “Terminator” movie series, or the movie: “Colossus: The Forbin Project”?

      “Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.”
      -Oscar Wilde

      NC said: “Let’s see in REAL life, the soldiers would all wind up mysteriously dead somewhere and the woman would be taken away or labeled as crazy in the media and the government would continue with its drone warfare. This does absolutely nothing.”

      If you will recall, the video was left with an open end because the producer intended to let the viewer decide what will happen (provoking thought). It is more constructive to be optimistic with an outlook of hope, than to be pessimistic with a defeated attitude. I not only believe in miracles… I depend on them!

      The video was very good, Cathleen!

      1. Yep, I’ve seen all the Terminator movies and believe me, we are heading there real quick. While your argument is valid, I see no optimism if Americans and military men are just going to stand idly by and watch their country go to shit. So excuse me if I’m being too pessimistic, Inretrospect.

        1. By the way, I do believe in miracles, too, and we definitely need more than just one at this point in the game.

  2. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!
    “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope… and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” — Robert F. Kennedy

  3. It was fun to watch, a great “what if” and a very creative plot. Production was high quality IMO. Good luck to the producer … hope he wins the contest.

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  4. THE FILM IS DOWN! I have tried to find it elsewhere so I could share it, and youtube says “error occurred”. So, it does not say removed, but it is not available now! One minute I was watching it, and so moved by it, and wanted to share it, and BAM! It’s gone!

    1. Now there’s a f#@king surprise.
      It is working fine on this end and we are showing no security breach. Don’t know what to tell you.

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