I guess it takes some goon feelin’ up of our private parts to get people concerned. If you haven’t been sleeping under a rock, you’ve no doubt noticed the nightmare that is the TSA.  If you’ve been paying attention, then you’ve heard about the groping, humiliating, culling of the sheep that’s been goin’ on in the airports. All I can say is that if gettin’ on that airplane is important enough to put yourself, or your family through, then fly on sheep. Way to go: putting up with this psychological training. Fly off with our rights. All facetiousness aside………If someone did these things to you in a public park, they would go to prison. I won’t stand and watch a 5 year old strip searched without throwin’ one hell of a fit. I’d be in jail if I had to watch that police state bullshit in person.

Here’s the point. The TSA is not for “terrorists”. It is for you. The liberty driven American. It’s pretty harsh, I know, but then again so is/are;  illegal wiretapping, the suspension of Habeas Corpus , or multi-billion dollar bailouts. Let’s not get too forgetful now people, We have a very short memory here in the “states”. We are being trained to march through full body scanners (or else be groped), and here’s why chasing these ghostly, towel-clad nomads from the desert around airports is complete and total bullshit:

1. The borders to this country are wide open. The rest of the world doesn’t even put up with this kind of intrusion. Salam can fly into Mexico and walk into the US with a ton ‘o guns, and cause havoc damn near anywhere in the states. He doesn’t need our airports, and the one’s who have tried (at very opportune dates I might add) were either duds (see “drills”) or were directly tied to unnamed intelligence services (see “Underwear Bomber”).

2. One of the two manufacturers of the body scanner technology is Rapiscan Systems, who happens to be a client of the Chertoff Group which is the company of Michael Chertoff. He was the Secretary of Homeland Security who ordered the installation of this tech after the failed crotch bomb attempt.

3. The “underwear bomber” was put onto that airplane with the help of an “unnamed” US intelligence organization. What makes you think that the corporatacrocy didn’t set the whole thing up to sell the idea of body scanners.

http://tarpley.net/2010/02/11/state-department-admits-detroit-christmas-bomber-was-deliberately-allowed-to-keep-us-entry-visa-board-his-flight/#more-1240

4. 92% of Afghan males don’t even know what happened on 9-11-2001.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40273302/ns/world_news-south_and_central_asia/

5. Most of these controls being put into place in this country are for you and I. Using the clever disguise of fighting the “terroroists”  team Napalitano is gearing up just like the brown shirts in Hitlers’ Germany, or Stalins’ Russia, to aim our sights squarely at each other……..

……………………………………………From Dvorak Uncensored………………………………………

“Didn’t the Soviet Union, East Germany, et al have a ‘report your suspicious neighbor’ deal going? It starts as helpfully watching out for bad things like someone breaking into a car, planting a bomb, etc. Followed by that guy hasn’t done anything but looks suspicious, so he must be thinking of doing something bad. He needs arresting. It then becomes a crime not to report it.”

…………………………………..Excerpt from Rawstory.com………………………………….

Shoppers at Walmart will soon have something other than glossy magazines and chewing gum to look at when in the checkout line: A “video message” from the Department of Homeland Security asking shoppers to look out for “suspicious” activity and report it immediately.

It’s part of a new Department of Homeland Security program that could see Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano’s face on video screens in malls, retail outlets and hotels across the United States. The Walmart video, which will soon be launched at 230 locations nationwide and may eventually be expanded to nearly 600 locations in 27 states, features Napolitano thanking the retailer by name for participating in the program.
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The video, which doesn’t appear to offer any advice on what constitutes “suspicious” activity, is part of DHS’ “If You See Something, Say Something” program. It was launched originally in the New York City public transit system and, according to the DHS, is about to go nationwide.

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“Guess it’s time to get your fear on!”

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And now in her own words……….

You startin’ to see where this is goin’?

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