Star Wars on the Streets By Chris Knight

     Antifa must have a few science students on board, as they are using lasers to attack the eyes of police. Thus, this leads to an electromagnetic arms race, so now the authorities are literally cooking antifa. What does roasted antifa taste like? Unquestionably, pretty terrible.

“A Portland man has been indicted by a grand jury for an attack on a police officer using a high powered laser during protests last month. 36-year old Bryan Kelley allegedly pointed a laser into an officer's eyes that so powerful it can cause permanent blindness, and possibly strong enough to burn through clothing and protective equipment. Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt described the laser as “so powerful that it would burn through paper and cause dry material to catch fire.”

“In several years police officers may have laser or microwave guns to point at miscreants, according to the Justice Department's research and development agency. These nonlethal weapons build on knowledge gained from the Pentagon's controversial Active Denial System (ADS) - first demonstrated in public last year, which uses a 2-metre-[wide] beam of short microwaves to heat up the outer layer of a person's skin and cause pain. Like the ADS, the new portable devices will also heat the skin, but will have beams only a few centimetres across. They are designed to elicit what the Pentagon calls a "repel response" - a strong urge to escape from the beam. But the idea of giving cops a tool capable of instantly inflicting pain from across a town square is raising protests from human rights advocates. The Justice Department is working on two separate weapons. One, the Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response, or PHaSR, uses an infra-red laser to heat a patch of skin about 4 inches in diameter, and pairs that heat with another bright laser that dazzles the eyes. The PHaSR looks like a bulky rifle, and law enforcement officials say that a cheap, portable version could be very useful to police and prison guards.”

     Still, it is probably more humane than just hosing the area down with a military-grade flame thrower, and that increases the carbon footprint anyway, which is, I think according to the Pope, an eco-sin.



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