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Add Yourself to the National Do Not Kill List

Posted 6 years ago on June 21, 2012, 7:22 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt

Add Yourself to the National Do Not Kill List.

In response to the establishment of a national 'kill list' and the expansion of the United States' predator drone program, the National Agency for Ethical Drone-Human Interactions has launched the Do Not Kill Registry. Adding your name to the registry will assist us in avoiding accidental casualties in our mission to make the world a safe place for Democracy and Free Enterprise. You can read more about the agency and our mission by clicking here.



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[-] 5 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 6 years ago

Or you can be signing up for a "potential terrorist list"...either or...

[-] 1 points by jimmycrackerson (940) from Blackfoot, ID 6 years ago

"Disclaimer: Adding your name to the 'Do Not Kill' Registry does not guarantee that you will not be the target of a drone strike but only that an additional review process will be undertaken before you are labeled an enemy militant and added to the national kill list."

[-] 1 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 6 years ago

hahaha...so true!

[-] 4 points by WageSlave (117) 6 years ago

Screw you and your "Free Enterprise" America. You call this democracy?

[-] 4 points by francismjenkins (3713) 6 years ago

Nice (signed it & tweeted it) :)

[-] 2 points by brightonsage (4494) 6 years ago

If you really want to be safe, pitch your tent on an oil tanker.

They will never be hit.

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 6 years ago

Retired Generals have to keep busy, so they start Private Military Contracting Organizations. They learned so much, they have so much to offer.... But to me - they screw up chain of command, they soak up federal budget dollars, they high jack normal military functions, they obscure the cost of war, they obscure the stress of war on soldiers, they obscure the abilities of the military, and they create secretive cells of private armies that are accountable to very few people who have a conflict of interest or financial gain...

Private Police Contractors, and Private Mecenary Armies:

The Head Of The World's Largest Private Security Firm Predicts Police Privatization Will Spread, Adam Taylor|Jun. 21, 2012, 9:28 AM.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/g4s-police-privatization-2012-6#ixzz1ydV8WVf2

G4S is not only the world's largest security firm, it's one of the largest companies in the world, period.

Recently, UK has been freaking out a little over the company, mostly due to the fact the company is supplying 10,000 guards in a deal worth more than £284 million ($445 million).

But probably more worrying than that may be the slow privatization of the police force by G4S. The company is already taking over some civilian duties for one British police force, and more regions may soon be on the table in a deal that could eventually be worth £3.5 billion ($5.5 billion).

Now in comments reported in the Guardian, the UK and Africa head of G4S, David Taylor-Smith, argues that his company will be running large parts of the UK's police force within five years — and privatization of police services will only spread:

"We have been long-term optimistic about the police and short-to-medium-term pessimistic about the police for many years. Our view was, look, we would never try to take away core policing functions from the police but for a number of years it has been absolutely clear as day to us – and to others – that the configuration of the police in the UK is just simply not as effective and as efficient as it could be."

A Look At The Largest Private Armies In The World,
Luke McKenna and Robert Johnson|Jun. 3, 2012, 7:39 AM

With huge cutbacks slated for the U.S. military, the Marines and Army in particular, private security firms are sure to be getting a boost.

The Army is cutting 50,000 soldiers over the next few years and the Marines are looking to shave about 20,000 servicemembers over the same period of time.

So while business was booming for this group private military contractors, who take their military training and offer it to the highest bidder, it's likely to grow even more.

Modern-day mercenaries are stationed throughout the world fighting conflicts for governments that are reluctant to use their own troops or where foreign troops are unable or unwilling to go.

An army of 5,000 heavily-armed contractors recently replaced official American forces in Iraq, and many more were recruited to protect private interests in the region.

These mercenaries (Mercs) are sent to many places that may surprise you.

Security giant G4S is the second-largest private employer on earth


With more than 625,000 employees, this listed security giant is the second-largest private employer in the world (behind Wal-Mart). While some of its business is focused on routine bank, prison and airport security, G4S also plays an important role in crisis-zones right around the world.

In 2008, G4S swallowed up Armorgroup, whose 9,000-strong army of guards has protected about one third of all non-military supply convoys in Iraq (it's also notorious for its wild parties and for having Afghan warlords on its payroll).

But the combined group has a security presence in more than 125 countries, including some of the most dangerous parts of Africa and Latin America, where it offers government agencies and private companies heavily-armed security forces, land-mine clearance, military intelligence and training.


Academi[2]—previously known as Xe Services LLC, Blackwater USA and Blackwater Worldwide—is a private military company founded in 1997 by Erik Prince and Al Clark.[3][4] Academi is currently the largest of the U.S. State Department's three private security contractors.



Aegis Defence Services is a British private military company with overseas offices in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iraq, Kenya, Nepal and the United States. It was founded in 2004 by Tim Spicer, who was previously director of the controversial private military company Sandline International.[1]

In 2004 the International Peace Operations Association, an industry body, asked Aegis to apply for membership, but the application was rejected by a British competitor.[citation needed] It is a founding member of the British Association of Private Security Companies (BAPSC), a body lobbying for the regulation of the British PSC sector.[2] It is also a member of the Private Security Company Association of Iraq.

Since 27 July 2010 AEGIS Group Holdings AG[3] in Basel, Switzerland is holding 1,125,000 ordinary shares of Aegis Defence Services Limited, London.


Executive Outcomes was a private military company (PMC) founded in South Africa by former Lieutenant-Colonel of the South African Defence Force Eeben Barlow in 1989. It later became part of the South African-based holding company Strategic Resource Corporation.[1]


SCG International provides training and security services to governments, law enforcement and military units, and to private and corporate entities. It was one of several private security firms employed following the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan.


L-3 MPRI, is a global provider of private military contractor services. It offers a wide range of professional services to both public and private customers, most notably the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Law Enforcement organizations, foreign governments, government agencies and commercial businesses.


[-] 2 points by Bukhanin (2) 6 years ago

I can't believe we pay for this. Have elections for this and vote for this. This is what Stalin did. One day the US is going to get it because there is such a thing as karma.

[-] 0 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

Karma for terrorists to?

[-] 3 points by freevoiceproject (5) 6 years ago

This is not about karma - this is about protecting innocent people from savage weapons of war being exported to other countries by the U.S. governent.

[-] -1 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

Savage weapons of war which are used to kill people who want to kill both you and me.

[-] 1 points by monjon22 (508) 5 years ago

Why do they want to kill us? Is it because of the sins of the 1% in their pursuit of the holy dollar? And if they do want to kill us, where are they? Why are there no terrorist attacks on American soil?

[-] 1 points by Clancy (42) 5 years ago

They don't give a shit sout that one percent. They hate use because they believe hat America and Israel are run by Satan. The extremists have a horribly warped view on their Religon. They hated us back when the marines took Tripoli. The raided and killed merchant ships before any conflict arose. They did it because we were infidels to them. You can't just blame everything on the 1 percent, there are evil people in this world who would gladly sink a knife into me and you. There are no terror attacks on US soil because of how good our intelligence and security as gotten since 9/11. We are much more aware now then we were then. With the technology this day and age it makes it a lot easier to thwart terror plots. The world isint filled with just good people, evil does exist.

[-] 1 points by monjon22 (508) 5 years ago

There are no terror attacks because there are no terrorists. I live in NYC and we have not seen one since 2001 although the powers that be keep finding these "lone wolves" who end up being half retarded people led on by the FBI.

The 1% rape and pillage all over the world in pursuit of the holy dollar. Americans are hated because of what they do.

[-] 1 points by Clancy (42) 5 years ago

You are a dumbass. If their are no terrorists then what about all the other terror attacks around the world, what about the IRA.

[-] 1 points by xr123 (1) 5 years ago
[-] 1 points by doitagain (234) from Brooklyn, NY 6 years ago

add me to no torture list, help to get Manning out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-bctRR52kY

[-] 1 points by timirninja (263) 6 years ago

Tupac - Kill Kill Murder Murder http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0PlIfkMrKQ

[-] 1 points by fiftyfourforty (1077) from New York, NY 6 years ago

This is very clever. I like it.

[-] 1 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

By the way, did the Airman in this picture give you permission to post this?

[-] 1 points by aaronparr (597) 6 years ago

I love it!

[-] 1 points by OccNoVi (415) 6 years ago

Love ya !!

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (5843) 6 years ago

Is there a fee?

[-] 1 points by freevoiceproject (5) 6 years ago

heck no! it's free! (I mean, really free ;)

[-] 1 points by serush (4) 6 years ago

rf controlled drone i'm sure....i nkjkow i'd want one maybe we can get a cheep local market. more jobs they get nacked photos we get nacked photos

[-] 1 points by serush (4) 6 years ago

creates jobs.

[-] 1 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

So they are still for the killing of terrorists?

[-] 3 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 6 years ago

NO - You know how they switched from Afghanistan to Iraq? Well now they're switching from terrorists to US Citizens. If you don't disagree with their policies, and sign the "Do Not Kill List", they MAY let you live. Just be careful and keep your head down.

[-] 2 points by truthbetold234 (4) 5 years ago

I say introduce a bill to attach electronic collars to all congressmen and the pres which can be tracked 24 hrs by a "peoples" drone, after all knowing where they are at all times is a matter of "national security"

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 5 years ago

Excellent suggestion - I agree - But at this point, the collar that I imagine for them is NOT electronic and they'd be swinging from it. :}

[-] -1 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

so......you know what the background of what that so called american citizen (I won't even capatilize the word American for that turd) was to have him killed? I 100% know that you don't.

[-] -1 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

So say we have a drone flying over Yemen or Afghanistan and we are using thermal imaging and can see inside a building that there are terrorists building bombs that ey will use in civilian populations. Do you still think that they shouldn't hit with some ordnance?

[-] 3 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

thermal imaging into buildings? you watch way way to much TV

[-] 1 points by serush (4) 6 years ago

no they don't.

[-] 0 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

Whatever not thermal imaging or infrared. It doesn't fucking matter just answer the question.

[-] 3 points by aaronparr (597) 6 years ago

that kind of intel is never clear. this is not a video game. the number of civilians killed should be indication of that.

furthermore, no we should not be breaking international law, rules of engagement etc.... A terrorist is a criminal not an enemy combatant. criminals are dealt with by a justice system not assassinated. Shouldn't be anyway.

[-] 4 points by Shule (2638) 6 years ago

You have a good point here. Whenever some government assassinates a terrorist without any due process, by drone or other means, they are in essence legitimizing the terrorist. For then the terrorist is no longer a criminal, but a soldier.

[-] 2 points by monjon22 (508) 5 years ago

True. The US Constitution guarantees American citizens due process. This means that you get your day in court. Obama killed an American citizen. Murdered in cold blood.

[-] 2 points by aaronparr (597) 5 years ago


[-] 2 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

really seriously? you must be reading terrorist web sites when they talk about civilian deaths.........and your right its not a video game, its reality

[-] 1 points by aaronparr (597) 6 years ago

Just the facts, such as the information recorded by our own military.

[-] 0 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

What of their is a recon team on the ground that has confirmed it. The intel can be very clear. If it is international law that we are breaking then how come we have been able to do it for years?

[-] 1 points by aaronparr (597) 6 years ago

That would defeat the purpose of a drone then.... So it is inefficient on top of illegal. And clearly ineffective when you consider the rates of civilian death which leads to turning the entire population against us as in Pakistan.

As to how we have been able to do it... are you seriously asking this question? Think about it first. We have the largest military and so can do what we want with impunity. At least we will until our arrogance creates a real national security risk for us. Pakistan and Iran being good examples of that.

[-] 1 points by freevoiceproject (5) 6 years ago

So say they have a drone flying over a meth lab in a U.S. city, do you think that Uncle Sam would still be able to push crack?

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 6 years ago

HELL NO - They might be just making a cake. If you haven't seen from our entrance into the Iraq war; our "intelligence" isn't all that good.

Besides ................ we have an agenda :


[-] 2 points by Nevada1 (5843) 6 years ago

Good Post

[-] 1 points by Clancy (42) 6 years ago

What I'd their is a recon team on the ground who is seeing them move explosives and weapons into the building. Say we are 100 percent positive that they are making bombs?

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 6 years ago

OK, let me give you a hypothetical. If you had Iraqi or Afghan troops, patrolling your neighborhood, in full combat attire; breaking down your door, for what you feel is no apparent reason; would you be thinking of a way to combat these aggressors?


[-] 0 points by sufinaga (513) 6 years ago

we are avowedly anti-corporatist yet we tolerate faith group CORPORATE entities waging a holy war jihad/crusade against each other. onward christian soldiers marching into wars. DRONING ON and on with their BS. we preach horizontal hierarchy, absolute equality but we have posts from catholic BISHOPS and visits from anglican ARCHBISHOPS who are AO s in their hierarchy! we preach non-violence yet tolerate these AOs putting VIOLENT IMAGES of crucifixion into our children's minds which is CHILD ABUSE. are we hypocrites too?!?! or just PC dumbasses tolerating these predatory crucifixion merchant money sharks in our midst?

[-] 1 points by Jester (30) 5 years ago

Your ignorance is stunning.

[-] 0 points by sufinaga (513) 5 years ago

so you look down on your fellow man, look up to "bishops"LMFAO and condemn the unbeliever to eternal hellfire. you bully the vulnerable with "jesus is the only way" BS! you support the police and the prohibition of marijuana because that is the CORPORATE policy that controls your mind. you are an enemy of humanity and the community of occupywallst. we are the way, the truth and the life. the crucified jew is a RACIST ABOMINATION.



[-] -1 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

Its truly, truly, mind numbing on how niave you all are when it comes to this topic. You have zero, nadda, zip knowldege on anything that you are talking about.

[-] -2 points by tbk1968 (2) 6 years ago

and some of you will argue this point with me, and I guarantee you, that I would win every time........enough said