Thomas Wictor

Weaponized miniature drone used in Syria. Here’s the footage

Weaponized miniature drone used in Syria. Here’s the footage

I’m going to show you footage of a weaponized miniature unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone in Syria. It’s clearly armed with a machine gun. The UAV is a small helicopter designed for nearly silent running. Below is a video from 2010. That’s a full-size helicopter. Forgive the adult-film soundtrack.

Now imagine a small aircraft built with Israeli technology in 2015.

Weaponized UAV kills terrorist

You will see a dead man. He belonged to the Islamic State. There’s blood but no other gore. When he was killed, his cell phone was on a selfie stick. The Islamic State claims that a sniper got him. However, the audio of the shooting is fake; the terrorist was clearly hit with a storm of bullets, as I’ll prove to you.

First, the video.

Now, let’s go through it frame by frame.

Here’s the moment before the terrorist is fired on.


The firing begins.


His camera goes nuts.


Has he also been hit with a miniature EMPFAE munition?

The camera on the stick is being held up to film the other side of the wall. Note the smoke (red arrow) from a bullet strike.


Multiple bullets strike the top of the wall.



This is all happening in a fraction of a second. Therefore the helicopter drone must be armed with a Gatling-style machine gun.

I’m sure that it has a silencer or suppressor.

Weaponized drones are silent death

Bullets are striking all around the terrorist.


The terrorist drops his selfie stick; the camera films him huddling at the base of the wall.




Now the camera is on the ground.



A rain of empty cartridge cases falls on the terrorist, meaning that the drone is right overhead.


In desperation, the terrorist tries to climb over the wall to the other side, where the Islamic State said there was a sniper.


Another cartridge case falls from the sky.


The terrorist stands on a rock and grabs the top of the wall as chips of stone go flying from the bullet strikes.


Finally, a crystal-clear shot of an empty cartridge case falling from the UAV.


Riddled with bullets, the terrorist falls dead.


He has no wounds on the front of his body. Therefore he wasn’t shot by a sniper. However, look at all the blood he lost.


He was exsanguinated. His skin is almost snow white. That means he was hit possibly dozens of times in the back.

Everything above happened in two seconds.

And that’s not even the most amazing thing about this video.

Weaponized drones, surveillance drones

A different UAV spotted the terrorist before the attack drone killed him. The surveillance drone casts a shadow on the rock wall (red arrow).


Then it flies past, going in the direction of the arrow.


It’s a nanodrone.


There’s no doubt that the Israelis—and thus the Arab League—are at least one generation ahead of the nanodrones above. In the screen grab, it looks to me that the nanodrone has a glass-fronted nose for a camera.

The British described how they killed Mohammed Emwazi, known as Jihadi John.


It was an amazing operation.

A crack team from the SAS tracked down IS executioner Jihadi John and called in the air strike that killed him in Syria, it can be revealed today.

Until now the top-secret operation to eliminate the masked British extremist – who beheaded UK hostages Alan Henning and David Haines – was thought to have been conducted entirely from the air without any Western troops.

But The Mail on Sunday has learned that the perilous plan depended on a team of eight men from the Special Forces regiment risking their lives to penetrate deep inside the IS stronghold of Raqqa.

The daring mission began in darkness on November 11 when two US Chinook helicopters skimmed low across the Syrian desert to land at an isolated spot.

Avoiding all roads, the team of soldiers drove in desert buggies 35 miles south towards Raqqa. At about 3am, they ‘dug in’ five miles outside the city, where they remained undetected.

The following evening, while the rest of the team were on lookout, one man assembled four 3ft nano-helicopters with infrared and night-vision cameras in the nose. They were pre-programmed to fly to Jihadi John’s hideout – a six-storey building in Raqqa.

When the British had identified Emwazi using facial-recognition software, he was killed with Hellfire missiles.


That SAS mission was incredibly risky and heroic. It lasted one day. The Arab counterparts of the SAS have been in Syria since October of 2014.

Weaponized men

It’s clear to me that the Arab League and its allies have sent strategic special operators to all the places marked with red X’s below.


However, it’s more likely that they’re actually everywhere, deep inside Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and Assad territory. I’m also positive that the Arab League has figured out how to resupply them. This is what the Arab League has, and this is how the pilots fly them to avoid detection.

I’m absolutely certain that the Arab League also has the most advanced electronic-warfare capabilities in the world, since Israel is the provider. Therefore the Syrian and Russian radar can be blinded.

My brother Tim made a good point today.

In Syria, Iran, Russia, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, Thailand, the Philippines, the UK, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Nigeria, Dagestan, Pakistan, and everywhere else that jihadists originate, former combatants are telling stories.

“Ali and I were in a trench, and he just disintegrated! I went deaf, and then these guys jumped down on us. They had ski masks on, and they didn’t say anything! One of them did something to my rifle, and it melted! Then they went down the trench and disappeared. When I could stand up, and I went and looked, and everybody was dead or so dazed that they couldn’t talk. I don’t know who those guys are, but they demolished us in about five seconds.”

Watch the video of the Islamic State terrorist again. He was booted off the planet in two seconds. The men who killed him were miles away, out of reach.

Long range or close quarters, it makes no difference to them. They can do it all without breaking a sweat.

And, as my brother said, they’re just getting started.

Weaponized allies

The Saudis and Israelis are tag-teaming Assad. News from Yesterday.

Saudi Arabia is prepared to send troops to Syria if President Bashar Assad doesn’t resign and leave his war-torn nation peacefully. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir warned Sunday that his country will take military action if Syria violates the terms of a ceasefire agreement.

News from today.

Israel said on Tuesday that Syrian government forces have used chemical weapons against civilians since the start of a ceasefire aimed at preparing the way for an end to the five-year civil war.

“The Syrians used military grade chemical weapons and lately have been using materials, chlorine, against civilians, including in these very days, after the supposed ceasefire, dropping barrels of chlorine on civilians,” Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon said in a speech to a conference organized by the New Tech military and aviation group in Airport City, near Tel Aviv.

Saudi special forces. See the shoulder-fired missile they’re carrying?


They’ve never shown it before. It’s the MATADOR. Guess who developed it?


I told you, didn’t I? Now we have the evidence. All will be well. I promise.

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