The BBC is seeking to develop a new generation of unmanned “drones” that would be used to attack opposition MPs and critics of the government, the Guardian has learned.
Two unmanned underhand vehicles (UUVs) have already been used by the BBC to help prevent critics laying mines for unsuspecting government ministers to trip over. One, known as a ‘Robinson‘, is regularly used in a defensive role to excuse government actions and another, known as a ‘Clarkson‘ is used in a more offensive role to attack anyone who doesn’t live in Chipping Norton or may be Mexican.
The move comes after the success in the US of attack drones such as Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh , both simple offensive devices which are controlled from a distance and which have been used to relentlessly attack any politician who isn’t a complete right-wing fruitcake.
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