Police in the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota are currently introducing new approaches to the science of criminology. A report is received about a possible crime on Maple Avenue, police rush to the scene, open the trunk of the car and pull out a 5.5 lb box. It contains four rotor blades, and is three feet long. Within moments the Drone is up in the air. This is an unmanned Aerial Vehicle. The UAV has arrived to fly over the criminals, take pictures and make clear to police what is happening. How about:
1. A Robot cop who then approaches the criminals and gently lifts them into his arms?
2. An unmanned tank which crushes the criminals?
3. A robot Superman who flies over the scene and then swoops down to get the bad guys?
Consider other possibilities.
1. An unmanned American Congress composed of robots who pass laws?
2. A robot President who, not only speaks about curbing violence, but flies to the Middle East and wipes out terrorists?
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The nation of Turkey is a modern Muslim society which currently is ruled by President Recep Erdogan and his Justice and Development party. Erdogan represents the desires of those seeking to make Turkey more conscious of its Muslim heritage even though about 40% of the people are Muslim, but primarily desire to live in the 21st century. Turkey has a modern armed force, but as of this moment not played any key role in dealing with terrorist groups which are on its borders. It has accepted the presence of nearly one million refugees from Syria, but is careful not to get militarily involved in the conflict. ISIS forces are advancing on the border town of Kobani even as another 150,000 refugees, many being Kurdish, have fled to Turkey. There are reports of Turkish tanks headed for the town, but no one knows if they will challenge ISIS.
There is no doubt if Turkey employed its army against ISIS, that organization would shortly disappear and cease to exist. So, why does Turkey stand aloft from the fighting? Some believe Turkey hopes ISIS would destroy Kurdish forces and end the dream of Kurds in Turkey to have their own state. Erdogan is playing a dangerous game that might backfire. Another million of so refugees will impact the Turkish economy. At some point Turkey can not endure being home to two million Syrian and Kurdish refugees. The time to act is now-destroy ISIS!