Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Anticipating a nationwide grassroots surge of protests against naked body scanners and aggressive pat-downs, the TSA simply turned off its naked body scanners on Wednesday and let air travelers walk right through security checkpoints without being X-rayed or molested....
All across the country, air travelers are reporting that the TSA simply deactivated the naked body scanners and let people go right through without a scan. "Backscatter scanners are off. No scan. No patdown." reported a traveler from the Seattle airport. "Backscatter machines aren't being used at LAX," reported another traveler. "They're all roped off."...
This action tells us all sorts of fascinating things about the TSA and its fabricated security excuses. Perhaps most importantly, it proves that the naked body scanners are not needed for air travel security in the first place. When it wants to, the TSA can just turn the machines off and resort to baggage X-rays and metal detectors. That's worked for years, and it apparently worked today, too.
And yet, up until today, the TSA has insisted that the naked body scanners are absolutely essential to detecting hidden bombs, and that "travelers won't be safe" unless they use the naked body scanners. So all of a sudden today it's okay for the TSA to put air travelers at risk of being blown up?
The TSA can't have it both ways. Either the naked body scanners are vital for air security and they need to be running 24/7 to keep everybody safe, or they're just another security con game being played out for the financial benefit of Chertoff and others who profit from the sale of such machines.
How can the TSA -- with a straight face -- say that naked body scanners are vital for air security but not on the busiest air travel day of the year?
As you can see, there are some serious holes in the TSA's mythology, and interestingly, this National Opt-Out Day indirectly exposed them by getting the TSA to turn off the naked body scanners. This is effectively an admission that they aren't important to air security.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM IS THAT THE ISSUING POWER OF MONEY IS IN PRIVATE HANDS! THE PRIVATISATION OF MONETARY CONTROL WILL ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS, BENEFIT THE PRIVATISERS AND NOT THE PEOPLE...WE SHOULD BE PRINTING OUR OWN DEBT FREE CURRENCY!! The VERY same words apply to the American people and our own nation!! "I warned people that based on historical fact, I believe this financial crash to be engineered. Designed so as to effect a corporate take over of not just our own country, but many countries... Our country is under predatory economic attack... an attack as potentially devastating as conventional warfare. Ireland is at the forefront of this war affecting other European countries. Once this nation capitulates, they will move on to do the same to the other European nations. What we are witnessing, I believe, is an engineered top down finanical crash cleverly designed so as to sheer the wealth from the masses, to cripple our country and others under inescapable debt to an extent that we have no choice but to sell off our national assets, state agancies, and natural resources...essentially to the SAME people and their proxies involved in this clever scam. I hope we realize just how devastating this will be if we allow it to happen. The ultimate aim is to gut our country of everything of value. See http://jimcorr.com and watch Money as Debt http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2550156453790090544#
Monday, November 22, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Why is the concept of private property being absolutely essential to a free society so hard for people to understand? When it comes to the TSA's porno machines and groping checks at airports, the Federal government has no business doing these things. The fourth amendment is being violated when the Federal government conducts these type of "guilty until groped innocent" security procedures. The airlines are private companies, that own private property. and should use Private security screening to protect that property and convince the population that it is safe to purchase their product. What this really boils down to is that the airlines are perfectly willing to let you and me pay for their security. I don't want to. I pay enough when I buy a ticket!!