Wednesday, November 17, 2010

DHS Pedophilia: Body-Searching Children - No For The US Military, Yes For The TSA

This is Really Sick.



Thank you for flying United, and welcome to the all new Fascist States of Amerika… – SJH

Read the note below. A US Army staff sergeant, now serving in Afghanistan, writes about the new enhanced pat-down procedure from the TSA.


However you feel about our criminal wars abroad and that Afghanistan never attacked us and Bush was given the plan to invade on September 9, 2001 and that the world knew we were gong to invade as early as February of 2001, this shows how we are being conditioned like pre-war Germany to accept fascism, police statism like the Stasi of the former East German Republic.

Summary of his very powerful message: to avoid giving gross offense to the Afghan public, and to prevent the appearance of an uncontrolled security state, the US military forbids use on Afghan civilians of the very practices the TSA is now making routine for civilian travelers at US airports.


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Here is what he says:

~ “In reading your post and the most recent one from Mr. Goldberg about the War on Terror and pedophilia, I am disturbed…
“What bothers me is that I am on the verge of re-deploying from Afghanistan after a 10-month combat tour that involved having to deal with, among other things, conducting searches of local nationals when involved with security tasks within my Infantry company…
“At no time were we permitted or even encouraged to search children or women. In fact, this would have been considered an extreme violation of acceptable cultural practice and given the way word travels here, been a propaganda victory for the Taliban…
“Yet somehow the TSA is engaged in this at home while my unit and I spent our tour unable to safeguard ourselves equally in an environment where the Taliban have often disguised themselves in burkas and used children as both spies and fighters…
“While I have no conflict with the necessity to safeguard civilians against terrorism or with the risks we all voluntarily assumed as Soldiers, it seems as if the bureaucracy has become so obsessed with safety that we have forgotten that war entails risks beyond those of physical combat…
“If we are truly at war, then we need to decide what civil liberties we truly view as negotiable and which are inviolate- otherwise the greater risk than underwear bombers at home will be losing the values that make us unique as a nation…
“These people terrify us as much as we allow them to. Apparently FDR’s idea about “the only thing to fear” is lost on TSA and the current administration.” ~



Everything about security involves a balance. “Perfect” security would mean complete controls on freedom, elimination of privacy, etc. Someone who is now exposed to real, daily danger in Afghanistan because of decisions about the proper balance argues that we need to be braver society-wide. Yes, soldiers accept different risks from those that are tolerable for society at large. But this is profound and powerful testimony.





Now look very closely at the wallpaper on the TSA computer below…

My First Cavity Search Screensaver on a TSA computer






This is an outrage! Anyone who subjects themselves, their loved ones, especially their children, to this type of civil rights violation, is a fool and deserves to be shipped off to the nearest FEMA camp or a politician/lobbyist party at the Watergate. Say NO, America!

Source: http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2010/11/body-searching-children-no-for-the-us-army-yes-for-the-tsa/66535/

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