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Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« on: November 12, 2010, 05:37:18 am »
Paying To Be Raped

By Sibel Edmonds

http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2010/11/09/the-not-so-gradual-degradation-of-a-nation/

November 11,2010 "Boiling Frogs" -- Every single day millions of us are being subjected to the shameful processes of being searched, screened and viewed naked, patted, groped, fondled, poked and stroked by badge-wearing strangers- police under a different name. Every single day. Millions of us, Americans. Being violated. Being degraded. You know exactly what I am talking about. I am taking about me, you, your mother, her brother, his brother’s wife and toddler son, their grandmothers. I am talking about the systematic degradation of our people. I am talking about being raped of our dignity, privacy, and decency. I am talking about a daily systematic rape we actually pay to be subjected to. I am talking about severe violations we elect people to bring upon us. Yes, I am talking about traveling, TSA police, and being reduced to naked and helpless subjects of government police practices.

Considering its short tenure, the motherland police force, aka Department of Homeland Security, has had a one of a kind success. In less than a decade it is now the third largest cabinet police department. It has around 200,000 employees, and that’s without counting contract employees – which exceed this number. Now remember, we still have the FBI, CIA, NSA, DIA…plus all the other state and local police forces from before. TSA makes up over 60,000 of DHS employees. This 60,000 federal police force oversees 450 airports, so that makes it around 133 police per airport. And that’s in addition to local airport police.

What do I mean by not so gradual and systematic degradation? I mean in less than ten years, they went from this:

 to This  

then to This

And now to this, this, this, and this all together:




Next, coming soon, very soon, it will be This

 and This  



Last week TSA announced that airline passengers should expect to see and feel additional pat-down procedures at U.S. airports over the coming weeks to provide another layer of security. They said passengers should continue to expect “an unpredictable mix of security layers that include explosives trace detection, advanced imaging technology, canine teams, among others.”

The following blurb comes from CNN, thanks to one of its employees who chose to speak up a little, only a little (all emphasis in bold are mine):

Rosemary Fitzpatrick, a CNN employee, said she was subjected to a pat-down at the Orlando, Florida, airport on Wednesday night after her underwire bra set off a magnetometer. She said she was taken to a private area and searched, with transportation screening officers telling her the pat-down was a new procedure.

According to Fitzpatrick, a female screener ran her hands around her breasts, over her stomach, buttocks and her inner thighs, and briefly touched her crotch.”I felt helpless, I felt violated, and I felt humiliated,” Fitzpatrick said, adding that she was reduced to tears at the checkpoint. She particularly objected to the fact that travelers were not warned about the new procedures.


Okay, up to this point  I was pleasantly surprised to see this piece being run by a mainstream outlet, and the fact that this woman didn’t take the rape in silence and go away the way most do when it comes to these government sanctioned and implemented systematic rapes, but then I reached the following:

“I am appalled and disgusted at the new search procedures and the fact that passengers have not been made aware of the new invasive steps prior to entering the security area,” Fitzpatrick wrote. “It appears once you enter the security area, passengers forfeit their rights. There were no signs, video information, etc. at the entrance of the security area at the airport. Why?”

She added: “As an experienced traveler for work who was in tears for most of the search process, I have never experienced a more traumatic and invasive travel event!”


First, let me give her due credit for saying out loud that she objected and felt: helpless, violated, humiliated, appalled and disgusted. But after that, it is my turn to be appalled. Is the process supposed to get less humiliating, appalling, traumatic, and disgusting if the violators give prior notice about the violations, the rapes, to come??!!! Please walk with me through the following reasoning:

Two rapists are brought before a judge. One had caught his victim by surprise through a blitz attack, then violently raped her. The other had stalked his victim for a while, sent her some disturbing warning notes, and then violently raped her. Victim one turns around and tells victim two: Why do you feel violated?! Your rapist gave you the courtesy of warning notes – and that makes his rape much less of an offense than my rapist!!

My question to CNN’s Fitzpatrick is this: Next time, when these people squeeze your breast, poke your buttocks and stomach, and grab your crotch, will you feel okay? Far less violated? All because now you know what to expect?!

After reading the piece I quickly scanned other news sites, both mainstream and alternative. Almost all of them picked up the story and reported it per the original, and the strongest cursory comment at one site was that the story and Fitzpatrick’s experience was ‘unsettling.’ Wow! How hard-hitting! But that was not what I found, and find, so very ‘unsettling.’ Not at all.

What I find truly unsettling is that we only have a handful like Fitzpatrick who come forward screaming about the horrifying, humiliating, violating, traumatic …nature of these federal police practices (abuses) in all our airports. Now that is truly unsettling, shocking, and appalling as far as I am concerned. Millions are going through these routine rape processes (Yes, RAPE: raping you of your dignity, privacy, humanity, and more. Ok?!) without a peep. What is going on here? Have ‘their’ systematic humiliation and degradation practices been so successful that millions take it regularly without any protest, objection, action, counteraction?!

I am talking about the hard-core ACLU following liberals. Where the he … are you?! I can’t hear or see you. Where is the protest?  Give me a holler, and let me know where and when and I’ll be there to join. Here I’m hollering on the record. And no, don’t go file a couple of lawsuits and say that you’ve done your share; that lazy move hasn’t worked for at least a decade!!

I am talking about those on the extreme right of those mentioned above. What happened to your slogan of small government and keeping a tight rein on federal government practices? Isn’t this as close and personal it gets, when your feds are squeezing your testicles while breathing inches from your face, and while you are fully paying for these squeezing and probing services?! I thought you’d attributed these practices to those commies, shouldn’t you be barking when it is in your own backyard?

I am talking about old fashion patriarchal guys. Where are you macho and good ole cowboy mentality testosterone walking bags when your wives and daughters are being fondled, squeezed, and intimately probed? Shouldn’t you be roaring like lions and throwing punches like John Wayne when it comes to those who violate your ‘women’? Don’t you feel your manliness under attack when they make you stand in front of them, with your legs apart, arms up to each side, while their hands wrap around measuring your buttocks?

I am talking about us Americans, those to the right, the ones on the left, the upper class- lower class, and those in the middle…Here we are, the entire nation, being violated and raped on a daily basis by our servants whom we pay for dearly. Last time I checked we were paying them over $7 Billion – here it is with all the zeroes: $7,000,000,000. Please, don’t even try to bring up that ‘security’ punch line so overused and abused, because last time I checked they were not providing much in terms of ‘security.’ In fact they couldn’t even secure their own personnel files and records.

Soon they will be bending us over to give us a thorough cavity search. After that it will be all cavities… And after that…There will be one or two who may stand up and scream. And for ‘them,’ one or two, even ten will be very easy to quash and ‘eliminate.’ Yet, I am still here, still hoping; hoping that somehow I’ll get to see that number in the tens of thousands and beyond, and that’s the only hope I see to stop our expedited degradation process. They say it always starts with one. Well, here I am, willing to be one. How about you?


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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2010, 05:41:03 am »
Like I said...




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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2010, 06:08:14 am »
you also warned us about this:

All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2010, 08:41:32 am »
 
Flight attendants union upset over new pat-down procedures

See article and Video here :

http://www.abc15.com/dpp/lifestyle/travel/flight-attendants-union-upset-over-new-pat-down-procedures




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« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2010, 08:41:44 am »
great article. I dont get why people put up with this. I am supposed to travel next year by airplane. and I am not looking forward to it at all.

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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2010, 09:13:26 am »
"The receptivity of the great masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, and their power of forgetting is enormous." --Adolph Hitler, "Mein Kampf"

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« Reply #6 on: November 12, 2010, 01:25:29 pm »
Sibel Edmonds strikes again.  Right on the money.  Great article.  Indeed, where is the left re. civil liberties and where is the right re. modesty?

Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

Sheep left and right.

America find yourself quickly.

Now, I can't even come home (I've had enough).

No one is going to fondle my wife and child and we are not standing in your x-ray chamber of death. I'm almost ready to become xcitizen.  As for me and my family, enough is enough.


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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #7 on: November 12, 2010, 01:37:48 pm »
Sibel Edmonds, the invisible woman to the lamestream media.
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« Reply #8 on: November 12, 2010, 02:14:42 pm »
First, let me give her due credit for saying out loud that she objected and felt: helpless, violated, humiliated, appalled and disgusted. But after that, it is my turn to be appalled. Is the process supposed to get less humiliating, appalling, traumatic, and disgusting if the violators give prior notice about the violations, the rapes, to come??!!! Please walk with me through the following reasoning:

Two rapists are brought before a judge. One had caught his victim by surprise through a blitz attack, then violently raped her. The other had stalked his victim for a while, sent her some disturbing warning notes, and then violently raped her. Victim one turns around and tells victim two: Why do you feel violated?! Your rapist gave you the courtesy of warning notes – and that makes his rape much less of an offense than my rapist!!

My question to CNN’s Fitzpatrick is this: Next time, when these people squeeze your breast, poke your buttocks and stomach, and grab your crotch, will you feel okay? Far less violated? All because now you know what to expect?!

After reading the piece I quickly scanned other news sites, both mainstream and alternative. Almost all of them picked up the story and reported it per the original, and the strongest cursory comment at one site was that the story and Fitzpatrick’s experience was ‘unsettling.’ Wow! How hard-hitting! But that was not what I found, and find, so very ‘unsettling.’ Not at all.

What I find truly unsettling is that we only have a handful like Fitzpatrick who come forward screaming about the horrifying, humiliating, violating, traumatic …nature of these federal police practices (abuses) in all our airports. Now that is truly unsettling, shocking, and appalling as far as I am concerned. Millions are going through these routine rape processes (Yes, RAPE: raping you of your dignity, privacy, humanity, and more. Ok?!) without a peep. What is going on here? Have ‘their’ systematic humiliation and degradation practices been so successful that millions take it regularly without any protest, objection, action, counteraction?!

I am talking about the hard-core ACLU following liberals. Where the he … are you?! I can’t hear or see you. Where is the protest?  Give me a holler, and let me know where and when and I’ll be there to join. Here I’m hollering on the record. And no, don’t go file a couple of lawsuits and say that you’ve done your share; that lazy move hasn’t worked for at least a decade!!

I am talking about those on the extreme right of those mentioned above. What happened to your slogan of small government and keeping a tight rein on federal government practices? Isn’t this as close and personal it gets, when your feds are squeezing your testicles while breathing inches from your face, and while you are fully paying for these squeezing and probing services?! I thought you’d attributed these practices to those commies, shouldn’t you be barking when it is in your own backyard?

I am talking about old fashion patriarchal guys. Where are you macho and good ole cowboy mentality testosterone walking bags when your wives and daughters are being fondled, squeezed, and intimately probed? Shouldn’t you be roaring like lions and throwing punches like John Wayne when it comes to those who violate your ‘women’? Don’t you feel your manliness under attack when they make you stand in front of them, with your legs apart, arms up to each side, while their hands wrap around measuring your buttocks?

I am talking about us Americans, those to the right, the ones on the left, the upper class- lower class, and those in the middle…Here we are, the entire nation, being violated and raped on a daily basis by our servants whom we pay for dearly. Last time I checked we were paying them over $7 Billion – here it is with all the zeroes: $7,000,000,000. Please, don’t even try to bring up that ‘security’ punch line so overused and abused, because last time I checked they were not providing much in terms of ‘security.’ In fact they couldn’t even secure their own personnel files and records.

Soon they will be bending us over to give us a thorough cavity search. After that it will be all cavities… And after that…There will be one or two who may stand up and scream. And for ‘them,’ one or two, even ten will be very easy to quash and ‘eliminate.’ Yet, I am still here, still hoping; hoping that somehow I’ll get to see that number in the tens of thousands and beyond, and that’s the only hope I see to stop our expedited degradation process. They say it always starts with one. Well, here I am, willing to be one. How about you?



Over and over and over and over and over again....

Sibel Edmonds sets the example for Americans everywhere. God bless her and her family.

For those unaware, she has exposed the fact that Dick Cheney, Grossman, Blunt, and many others helped to pull off 9/11, have committed other acts of treason, and have helped to ship nuclear triggers and other devices to Iran. Her and a handful of other American Patriots have helped awaken millions who have helped to create a defense border around the insane plans of nuking Iran.

The new pat down procedures and naked cancer causing body scanners are an Achilles heel to the NWO plans. The NWO's goal is dehumanization and control over migration patters (yes we are seen as cattle that must be controlled). No one in their right mind wants this and the general spread of the light of logic and reasoning has already laid open to every view the palpable truth...THESE VERY PROCEDURES ARE AN ACT OF TREASON.
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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #9 on: November 12, 2010, 07:32:42 pm »

And again the mock us by finally admitting that the scanners are dangerous. Submit or die!





Scanners at US airports 'may be dangerous'

    * From correspondents in Washington
    * From: AFP
    * November 13, 2010 6:50AM

US scientists have warned that the full-body, graphic-image X-ray scanners being used to screen passengers and airline crews at airports around the country may be unsafe.

"They say the risk is minimal, but statistically someone is going to get skin cancer from these X-rays," Dr Michael Love, who runs an X-ray lab at the department of biophysics and biophysical chemistry at Johns Hopkins University school of medicine, said.

"No exposure to X-ray is considered beneficial. We know X-rays are hazardous, but we have a situation at the airports where people are so eager to fly that they will risk their lives in this manner," he said.

The possible health dangers posed by the scanners add to passengers and airline crews' concerns about the devices, which have been dubbed "naked" scanners because of the graphic image they give of a person's body, genitalia and all.

A regional airline pilot last month refused to go through one of the scanners, calling it an "assault on my person" and a violation of his right to privacy.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) began rolling out full-body scanners at US airports in 2007, but stepped up deployment of the devices this year when stimulus funding made it possible to buy another 450 of the advanced imaging technology scanners.

A group of scientists at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) raised concerns about the "potential serious health risks" from the scanners in a letter sent to the White House Office of Science and Technology in April.

Biochemist John Sedat and his colleagues said in the letter that most of the energy from the scanners is delivered to the skin and underlying tissue.

"While the dose would be safe if it were distributed throughout the volume of the entire body, the dose to the skin may be dangerously high," they wrote.


Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/world/scanners-at-us-airports-may-be-dangerous/story-e6frfkui-1225952972274#ixzz157bhgdb0


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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2010, 04:17:27 pm »

 I luv that gal, Sibel is one corageous and honorable individual, bless her heart.

In her report she says, we are Being violated. Being degraded.
 

That hits on it, now why the hell would NWO want to do that? -To make us understand we are not the owners of our bodys,our freedoms, THEY ARE.. SUBMIT, WE OWN YOU.   
  The maggots know the average John Q will slowly adapt to this as a pain in the arrrse routine they must face to get their plane. Slowly they will adapt to it, all the while they will be effected by this mental domination, AUTHORITY. SUBMIT.
   

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« Reply #11 on: November 13, 2010, 04:32:41 pm »
You know: have a Merry Christmas, America. 

And when you are flying to see grandma and you are deciding whether to put your kiddies through the microwave or let the friendly TSA perverts touch your childrens' gentital areas so they can gratify themselves later, don't confort yourself at all.  Know that you really are a spineless bag of $heep.

As for me, I don't think I ever do want to return to that hell-hole (the former constitutional republic known as the United States of America).  I went back for a few weeks this year after three years away, and I could see the writing on the wall as far as this body scanner thing was concerned.

I dread going back, and if I can help it, I may never.  Enough is enough.  I cannot in conscience return there if it means subjecting my family to this degradation and danger.  There are some things I cannot do.

This is a make it or break it thing.  Do away with the body scanners and pervert pat-downs.

Otherwise, my country -- farewell. Right now I do not ever want my daughter to return to the U.S.A., and I will not if I can help it.

World, boycott America.

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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #12 on: November 14, 2010, 05:07:00 am »
Welcome to America


TSA Screener Accosts 3 Year Old Child at Security Checkpoint

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Posted November 13, 2010

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article26809.htm

TSA Screener Accosts 3 Year Old Child at Security Checkpoint

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« Reply #13 on: November 16, 2010, 01:42:50 am »
NJ Senate and Assembly calling to end TSA screening

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9H9HNEtrvEE&feature=player_embedded


Former Asst TSA Administrator: checkpoints violate 4th amendment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni4GVWvT2Zs&feature=player_embedded

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« Reply #14 on: November 16, 2010, 03:19:45 am »
Its sick

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« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2010, 06:05:37 am »


TSA officers demonstrate the new "policy"

Napolitano Shrugs Off Complaints About TSA Policies


TSA Not Feeling Up Passengers 'Just to Do It'

http://news.antiwar.com/2010/11/15/napolitano-shrugs-off-complaints-about-tsa-policies/

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« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2010, 06:40:39 am »
TSA: Despite objections, all passengers must be screened

Article & Video :

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TRAVEL/11/15/california.airport.security/index.html

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« Reply #17 on: November 16, 2010, 10:00:53 am »
It really sucks because my fiancee will be flying to see me for the holiday here.... She's flying out of Buffalo though (she's from Ontario) and I don't think they have the harsh screening procedures there yet.... Also luckily DFW doesn't have that many body scanners yet either, so it's not as much of a worry.... but any future trips for me will probably be by train or something....

This crap makes me not want to fly.... Not because of the screening, because if they touch me, I'd rip out their damn throat.
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« Reply #18 on: November 16, 2010, 01:24:41 pm »
TSA sees sanitary napkins in naked body scans


By David Edwards
Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 -- 12:47 pm

Article here :

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2010/11/tsa-sees-sanitary-napkins-body-scans/




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« Reply #20 on: November 17, 2010, 06:12:47 am »
That article is excellent.

Do they want us to just not fly? Is that it? Do they want us all to stay where they know us and can find us?
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« Reply #21 on: November 17, 2010, 06:18:47 am »
Police State: TSA Launches Investigation Into Man Who Refused Groping, Naked Body Scan

http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/article/336672/police_state%3A_tsa_launches_investigation_into_man_who_refused_groping%2C_naked_body_scan/#paragraph2



Everyone's written about this "don't touch my junk" story, but this new development is so sadly in line with my thesis about these things that it's almost a cliche. When i wrote about it over the week-end, I pointed out that this was the latest in a series of steps to a police state --- the building of a police bureaucracy, the intimidation and the incoherence of security theatre designed to confuse citizens and indoctrinate them to the idea that they should unquestioningly submit to absurd directives from authorities. It's how you control a populace.

Anyway, here's the latest on the the "junk" story:



The Transportation Security Administration has opened an investigation targeting John Tyner, the Oceanside man who left Lindbergh Field under duress on Saturday morning after refusing to undertake a full body scan.

Tyner recorded the half-hour long encounter on his cell phone and later posted it to his personal blog, along with an extensive account of the incident. The blog went viral, attracting hundreds of thousands of readers and thousands of comments.

Michael J. Aguilar, chief of the TSA office in San Diego, called a news conference at the airport Monday afternoon to announce the probe. He said the investigation could lead to prosecution and civil penalties of up to $11,000.

TSA agents had told Tyner on Saturday that he could be fined up to $10,000.

“That’s the old fine,” Aguilar said. “It has been increased.”

[...]

According to Aguilar, Tyner is under investigation for leaving the security area without permission. That’s prohibited, among other reasons, to prevent potential terrorists from entering security, gaining information, and leaving.


The incoherence and absurdity part is that the TSA authorities, including several "supervisors," told him he had to leave the security area

and escorted him out

. This is pure Kafka (or perhaps more aptly, Joseph Heller.) It's how you train a citizenry to follow orders that make no sense.

For instance, the body scanners are designed to see things that the metal detectors cannot see, including things hidden inside the body. But you are allowed to opt out of that to get a pat down --- which doesn't include a cavity search (yet.) This makes no sense unless you think that terrorists are so stupid that they can't figure out where their bodily orifices are. In other words, the only way this makes any sense is if they require you to go through the scanner or get a full strip and cavity search.

Making no sense is a feature of the police state, not a bug. Everyone's written about this "don't touch my junk" story, but this new development is so sadly in line with my thesis about these things that it's almost a cliche. When i wrote about it over the week-end, I pointed out that this was the latest in a series of steps to a police state --- the building of a police bureaucracy, the intimidation and the incoherence of security theatre designed to confuse citizens and indoctrinate them to the idea that they should unquestioningly submit to absurd directives from authorities. It's how you control a populace.

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« Reply #22 on: November 17, 2010, 07:40:37 am »
This is not America

It is the Union of Zionist Socialist Republics

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« Reply #23 on: November 17, 2010, 08:51:43 am »
Welcome To The USA

More Reasons to Hate the TSA


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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #24 on: November 17, 2010, 09:07:02 am »
Government Sexual Molestation in Airports Is ‘Over the Top’

by Ivan Eland, November 17, 2010

http://original.antiwar.com/eland/2010/11/16/government-sexual-molestation/

After the initial hysterical security response to the 9/11 attacks – inane measures included posting 19-year-old National Guardsmen with automatic weapons at crowded airports and the temporary discontinuation of electronic tickets – lasting security augmentation entailed hardening of aircraft cockpit doors and beefing up passenger screening in airports. The latter has continued after each subsequent foiled terrorist plot and has now reached absurd proportions.

After the failure of the shoe bomber, we were required to begin disrobing when going through airport security. After the thwarted attempt to assemble a liquid bomb on an aircraft, we were limited to three ounces of liquid per bottle. After the underwear bomber, we began being subjected to pornographic scans of our bodies, which showed genitals, breasts, etc.

And after the latest attempt to put bombs in airplane cargo compartments, we are now subjected to sexual molestation and assault if anyone but the government did it – that is, aggressive pat-downs by airport security personnel that include actually touching those genitals and breasts.

The public, sold on the irrational post-9/11 dread of being killed by a terrorist (the actual chance of the average American being killed by an international terrorist is a minuscule one in 80,000), has grumbled and tolerated most of these “security” augmentations. Yet outrageous fondling by government employees has caused a rising tide of public outrage and may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

For example, the Washington Post quoted one traveler, Marc Moniz of Poway, Calif., as complaining about such molestation, “It’s very intrusive and very insane. I wouldn’t let anyone touch my daughter like that. We’re not common criminals.”

And the government has no probable cause to believe all travelers are criminal terrorists, making any airport security measures that search every traveler violate the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. That amendment requires the government to have probable cause that a crime has been committed before a search is conducted.

Also, the aforementioned piling on of security procedures after each stymied attack should raise questions about the latest unconstitutional fad. After all, each attack was foiled prior to the institution of the added security measure, and the government is always guarding against yesterday’s threat, as the nimble terrorists try to outmaneuver huge and ponderous government bureaucracies. In fact, government officials often institute security measures merely to “reassure the public” – read: pretend to be doing something about a perceived problem.

But the government response to the recent attempt at cargo bombing should cause the public to be even more suspicious of government actions. After all, what do aggressive pat-downs of passengers have to do with the threat of bombs being put in cargo compartments? The government is using the time-honored bureaucratic tradition of using a crisis to get public acceptance for some unrelated governmental policy preference – remember the invasion of Iraq after the 9/11 attacks? Moreover, these new aggressive pat-downs are more helpful in uncovering knives and other hand-held weapons of lesser threat than they are of detecting chemical explosives.

Another bizarre security addition that I have recently experienced is the plastic cage. Last week I was flying and was randomly selected for the dreaded “secondary screening” (it sounds ancillary but is just annoying). The security woman put me in the cage (fortunately it had air holes), locked it, and told me that I wasn’t getting out until she swabbed my hands (presumably for potential chemical residues from bomb making).

To show how much overkill the government has perpetrated on the traveling public in passenger security lines, let’s do a thought experiment. After 9/11, even if the government had instituted no added security measures, flying would have been much safer. Why? Because previously, passengers and crews were instructed to cooperate with any aircraft hijacker because most people on the plane usually lived through such experiences. During and after the 9/11 attacks, however, this paradigm changed abruptly as air travelers became surly when envisioning everyone dying and also killing people on the ground. Such enraged travelers likely foiled the attack with the fourth plane on 9/11, and passengers or crew did not sit idly by during the shoe and underwear bombing attempts.

Thus, with now vigilant and aggressive travelers as the first line of defense, intrusive government passenger screening – previously annoying and now dehumanizing – is hardly vital for air security.


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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #25 on: November 17, 2010, 09:16:04 am »

TSA pats down a screaming toddler

You might think a 3-year-old would whiz through security. A child is non-threatening, wears slip-on shoes, and carries little luggage.


Mandy Simon suffered through a TSA pat down.

Not the case for Mandy Simon who was passing through security with her dad at the airport in Chattanooga, Tenn.

A TSA employee gave Mandy the pat down and she started screaming and kicking her legs. Her dad, Steve, happens to be a TV reporter and caught 17 seconds of the ordeal on his cell phone (watch video).
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzEadUBYyLQ&feature=player_embedded

Why was Mandy searched in the first place? She started crying when she was asked to put her teddy bear through the X-ray machine. This made it difficult for her to walk calmly through the metal detector and she set the machine off twice, which meant she "must be hand-searched."
http://www.newser.com/story/105351/tsa-pats-down-3-year-old.html

If the TSA is going to search kids, maybe they need a little training on how to do it--or at least employees should have a few lollipops or stickers in their pockets.



Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfmoms/detail?entry_id=77140#ixzz15YKoGHzP




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Re: Paying To Be Raped - By Sibel Edmonds
« Reply #26 on: November 17, 2010, 09:25:27 am »
If you won't submit to screening, you won't fly, TSA says

Article & Video here :

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/16/AR2010111607255.html


ALSO :

Facing Scrutiny, Officials Defend Airport Pat Downs


Passengers who opt out of passing through a full-body scanner can be frisked

Article here :

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/17/us/17security.html?_r=1&hpw