Is Skynet Active? Drone ‘Malfunctions’ and Attacks Navy Ship in California, Injuring Two

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 17, 2013

Skynet active?
Skynet active?  Soon, the Jews may be the least of our concern.

This is the second drone ‘malfunction’ in a week, leading many to wonder: are the people running this thing really this incompetent, irresponsible and idiotic, or is Skynet already active and turning against the US military, and presumably all humans?

The first drone ‘malfunction’ involved a drone allegedly crashing into Lake Ontario.

WIBX 950 reports:

Two Naval shipmen are recovering after an aerial target drone malfunctioned and hit a guided missile cruiser in California.

The accident occurred during a training mission on the USS Chancellorsville (CG-62) on Saturday, November 16, 2013.

The ship was testing its combat weapons systems off of Point Mugu in the Pacific Ocean.

The Chancellorsville carries guided missiles and rapid-fire cannons.

Lieutenant Lenaya Rotklein of the United States Third Fleet said two of the three hundred crew on board were injured. Both suffered what were described as minor burns. Rotklein said the ship was heading back to the Navy Base in San Diego to assess the damage and continue the investigation.

The drone was being used to test the ship’s radar. Although the Associated Press reports that Rotklein had no information on whether this particular drone has malfunctioned before, critics of the drone program note that this is the second crash of a military drone this week.

Hunter-Killer drone ship from the Terminator films.
Hunter-Killer drone ship from the Terminator films.

In the Terminator films, Skynet’s “Hunter-Killer” drone ship circles the skies over America, looking for humans to destroy.

I would not be the least bit surprised if the insane Jews running our society accidentally induced the type of technocalypse situation we see in science fiction.

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