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Why Disney's Spy Drone Character Is Destroying Children's Privacy

Special Agent Oso, a shutterbug spying on kids

By: Daniel Newton  |@NeonNettle
 on 19th April 2017 @ 6.13pm
shutterbug who flies around spying on children in an attempt to normalize surveillance  © press
Shutterbug who flies around spying on children in an attempt to normalize surveillance.

We all know that Disney has been running hidden messages in their movies for a long time, but now the creation of a charter called “Special Agent Oso" a Shutterbug who flies around spying on children in an attempt to normalize surveillance

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The ladybug or "Shutterbug" supposedly keeps an eye out for children by entering their rooms, taking pictures, and then sending the images back to a satellite in space. Are you creeped out yet? You should be...

TheNationalist.net reports: This is all set to harmonized, cute singing and lyrics that could best be described as New Age children’s music.

She’s on the lookout, camera’s ready have no doubt
When there’s a problem, she’s right there, no need to shout
She’s always in flight, on the case both day and night
Sending the picture right up to the satellite

This type of music and lyrics should set off alarm bells, but instead it works to normalize brainwashing so that the child and their gullible parents are indoctrinated to associate a spy drone as something friendly and cute. This is a form of very sick black magic.

But it is not just the Crime Syndicate (CS) operatives who have access to Shutterbug drone spies. The general public can avail itself to them as well. Talk about the ultimate peeping Tom. Now pervs worldwide can sit in their underwear and observe you in the comfort of their own home. And if peeping Toms have this technology, just imagine the advanced technology to which CS operatives have access. Here are the top five drones on the market for 2017. Note that several are quite small and camouflaged.

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