"Oh beautiful, for spacious skies, for amber waves of.... HATE?"
Who keeps an eye on the scanners?
Are there perverts among them that take cell phone pics of some good looking man or women or even a child, then sell them to pornographers?
Or take them home to use for personal gratification?
This needs to stop NOW before they use another FALSE FLAG as an excuse to set these machines up in a bus or subway stop or AMTRAK.
A comment left on this page shows hope for humanity, not all have been dumbed-down to the point of nothingness:
Anyone else find it crazy they say "there is no way to store images" and then "all images are deleted after reviewing." You can't delete images without storing them first. They also say "viewed by a remotely located operator" and then that "the machines are not networked" another completely contradiction, you can't remotely view images without networking.
Obscene, threatening comments posted at anti-TSA website traced to Homeland Security serversAll that X-rated cussing reminds me of what I've read on pro-Israel and Zionist web pages when some of the 'Chosen Ones' were talking about Palestinians.
Officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seem to now be going on the offensive against those who oppose its new invasive and unconstitutional airport security protocols being carried out by agents of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). According to George Donnelly, owner of WeWontFly.com, government workers appear to be posting hateful messages on his anti-TSA blog under the guise of anonymity.
One such comment, which has since been deleted, said, "F**k you, f**k all you c**ksuckers, you wont change anything." Another stated, "Ride the bus, TSA is here to stay there [sic] doing a great job keeping americia [sic] safe."
Donnelly says that upon tracing the origin of the comments, he discovered that they came from the servers of dhs.gov, the official website of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Nineteen comments in total were all posted from the same server, including the two previously mentioned. And while all were worded in different tones and voices, they all expressed hostility to those opposing the TSA.
"Who posted this and what is their position with DHS?"
"This is not the first time we have been trolled by individuals connected to the TSA. Someone posted a personal attack on me from an IP belonging to mitre,org, a corporation whose core competency is securing federal government contracts, including DHS and TSA ones. Any effective TSA resistance threatens not only the TSA itself but also the bureaucrats who got us to this point and the corporations who are getting paid for the technology."
WeWontFly.com is working towards abolishing the new TSA protocols by pushing airlines to take a stand...and filing a lawsuit.
The scanners actually make passengers less secure. Leading Israeli airport security expert Rafi Sela says the scanners are ineffective. “I don’t know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747.""I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747," says a 'leading' Israeli airport security expert.
Or maybe bring down a Boeing 757 on 9/11?
One Man Against the Surveillance State
Thus, while Roberts, along with several other pilots, had voiced his concerns about the full-body scanners to his employer just a month earlier, October 15 was the first time he had actually encountered the scanners on his commute to work. On this particular day, Roberts, who was in his pilot’s uniform, loaded his bags onto the X-ray scanner belt, only to be directed by a TSA agent to remove his shoes and send them through as well. When Roberts questioned the directive, he was informed it was necessary for the full-body scanner. Roberts then voiced his objection to being scanned, believing that it invaded his privacy and violated his constitutional rights against unreasonable searches and seizures by government agents. The TSA agent stated Roberts could keep his shoes on and directed him through a metal detector that had been roped off, calling out somewhat urgently to the agents on the other side: “We got an opt-out!” The agent also reported the “opt-out” into her handheld radio.
It was at this point that Roberts became a “suspect.” Despite clearing the metal detector without triggering any alerts, Roberts was informed by another TSA agent that because he had refused the full-body screening, he would have to go through secondary screening which involves a full pat-down search. Again, Roberts refused on the grounds that such searches violate his constitutional rights. After being informed by a TSA agent that, pursuant to a TSA decree, he could not pass through security without submitting to a full-body scan or a pat-down search, Roberts was subjected to further questioning and eventually escorted out of the airport.
The Rutherford Institute
Founded in 1982 by constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute is a civil liberties organization that provides free legal services to people whose constitutional and human rights have been threatened or violated.
The 'Israelification' of airports
Zionist American Jews behind 9/11 now writing airport 'security' legislation for their Congressional lapdogs.