The message from the mortal last week was a welcome surprise. Violence, even in a place already torn apart from it, takes time. He doesn't use explosives. Leaves the guns (to be sold to a select group later in the week) tucked away and joins the protesters. They already in a fury and it doesn't take much to whip them into a frenzy. The security forces respond in kind and come Saturday there are twenty dead, Libya has thrown its own internet off switch and in Yemen the people arm themselves with rocks and knives and fight each other in bloody clashes.
For the first time in years the Drone is happy. He could keep going forever if the General were to be so kind.