And so while the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki conforms to the narrative essential to the creation of the Lethal Presidency — the narrative of a guilty man afforded unprecedented consideration by an administration wielding technology of unprecedented precision — the killing of Abdulrahman al-Awlaki constitutes a counter-narrative that the Lethal Presidency would do anything to avoid: an innocent killed by an administration that HAS TURNED ITS ARGUMENT THAT IT HARDLY EVER MAKES MISTAKES INTO AN APPEAL FOR THE RIGHT TO MAKE ITS MISTAKES IN SECRET, WITH NO PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY AT ALL, even when one of its mistakes results in the death of an American citizen. [emphasis added]from Obama's Administration Killed a 16-Year-Old American and Didn't Say Anything About It. This Is Justice?
The only difference between this particular remote-control obliteration of human physical bodies as a result of Mammon's drone-terror campaign, and the multitude of others which have occurred over the years, is that the innocent people killed in this one have names, and we know that they were just kids getting together at an outdoor barbecue.
Furthermore, the attempts to justify this monstrous crime have backfired, exposing our secret government's desperation to conceal the process through which it determines "suitable" drone-targets, and the fact that putting Barack the Magnificent in the loop, or supposedly putting him in the loop, was not intended to minimize "collateral" damage (there actually is none - they deliberately target known innocent people), but to minimize scrutiny of the process.
Now that Americans have been made aware that the process is "flawed" (actually, it's not - it has continued for years only because it's working so well AS A FORM OF TERROR) and have started demanding an explanation, we find that although Obama assured us that he is imposing a high standard on the process, he is in fact desperate to prevent us from realizing its, and his, utter monstrousness and duplicity. It even threatens to expose the true, monstrous nature of our real government. Pay close attention to this issue, and you'll learn something about our government that you'd rather not, but need to know.