This is *not* good: CCP looking to use – and sell – drones

According to the Taipei Times, the Chinese Communist regime is looking to build an arsenal of unnamed aerial vehicles (UAVs, a.k.a. drones) “for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and military communication relay…electronic warfare and lethal missions as well.”

That’s not all, though. The ChiComs are also looking to become “a key UAV proliferator, particularly to developing countries.”

Keep in mind, this crew made deals with al Qaeda, Iran, Saddam Hussein, and the Taliban – all in blatant attempts to limit American power and influence.

Read more (plus the latest on a Smithfield shareholder unhappy about the sellout to Shuanghui) here.