Gabe: Your still not getting it at all. Here is the problem. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if everyone else sees it because they don't control the CIA. UNICEF, UN, NATO can't and really haven't tried to do dick to stop the CIA much less Bubba. Bubba probably doesn't actually care.
The rest of the world sure as shit hasn't been trying all that hard either including the Pakistani government who has their hands in this. This hasn't been a secret or something coming out of the shadows the world has known about it for some time. If no real meaningful action has been taken before I can pretty much guarantee nothing will be done now. A few may make a few feeble gestures but ultimately no serious effort is likely to be made.
You have to convince the people who really can tell the CIA what to do, to take a different approach. This really won't convince them. The last time any effort was made internally by the US to at least blunt the CIA's ability to carry out these strikes was stopped by the House.
Tell you what. You want to really see the CIA stop. Convince the Pakistani government to actually defend the airspace around their borders. Those drones will vanish quite quickly after the first few become burning wreckage. The problem is the Pakistani government has been playing the role of Janus the two faced God to the hilt.
I sure would like to see the CIA blunted or even stopped because they are making life harder for the US in general but this little art project realistically isn't going to do anything to that effect. I give them an A for effort though. A think of the children with pictures at least aimed at part of the people involved but ultimately it won't stop the drones. You can clap your hands and believe all you want but the reality of the matter is that it really won't achieve much.