Jeremy Corbyn feels uneasy about public executions abroad by drone: he is not alone
This is a summary of an article to which a Moseley reader has drawn our attention. In it, one of Corbyn’s critics – military historian Sir Max Hastings – has qualms about ‘signature strikes’: public executions by drone.
Yet it is not only Jeremy Corbyn who feels uneasy about conceding to the Government an absolute right to determine whom the armed forces should be allowed to kill.
Read more on the Drone Warfare website: https://dronewarfare.wordpress.com/2015/11/14/it-is-not-only-jeremy-corbyn-who-feels-uneasy-about-public-executions-of-our-enemies-abroad/
Posted on November 14, 2015, in Defence, Jeremy Corbyn, Security and tagged Afghanistan, Airstrikes, Armed drones, Chris Woods, Civilian deaths, Drone strikes, Drones proliferate, Human rights, international law, Israel, Jihadi John, Pakistan, Russia, signature strikes, Sir Max Hastings, UAVs, US, US Reaper. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.