Wednesday, November 17, 2010

DHS Porn: TSA Trading Sanitary Napkin Images of Naked Body Scans Like Baseball Cards

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) now admits that airport scanners that can see through clothes to create images of the naked body can also detect sanitary napkins.
New York Times reporter Joe Sharkey wrote that he was getting a lot of question from women who travel in a little noticed article Monday.
"Do the imagers, for example, detect sanitary napkins?" women wanted to know. "Yes," wrote Sharkey.
"Does that then necessitate a pat-down? The T.S.A. couldn’t say. Screeners, the T.S.A. has said, are expected to exercise some discretion."
"And what about tampons?" asked the blogFeminist Peace Network. "They look kind of like sticks of dynamite. Are they going to ask us to pull them out and show them just to be sure?"
Some Americans are outraged at the idea that the TSA has the right to touch their private parts in the pat-down process.
On man trying to board a plane at San Diego International Airport threatened to have a screener arrested.
"If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested," the man, who blogs as Johnny Edge, said to agents.
"I felt what they were doing was a sexual assault, and that if they were anyone but the government, the act would be illegal," Edge wrote.


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But travelers may have good reason to avoid the scanners. A group of scientists warned Friday that the scanning process may actually be dangerous.
"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, told AFP.
"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.
One website is urging travelers to "opt out" from the body scanners and instead choose to have a pat-down in public view, so that everyone can "see for themselves how the government treats law-abiding citizens."
OptOutDay.com declares November 24 to be the day when air travelers should refuse to submit to a full body scan and choose the enhanced pat-down -- an option many travelers have described as little short of a molestation.
The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg even suggested that travelers forgo underpants and wear kilts so that screeners could share in their embarassment.


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


9 comments:

  1. If this crap is not stopped dead in its tracks NOW
    then I predict in a week or less the following things will happen:

    passengers forced to physically strip down fully
    naked.

    full body cavity searches of everyone, but
    most espically little children, pretty girls
    and good looking boys, and attractive women

    forced to fly naked to destinations

    penalties if passengers refuse

    children kidnapped and held for ransom
    or just kidnapped and disapeared altogether

    brutal beatings and tasings

    false charges, excessive and unlawful fines

    unlawful inprisonment(not being allowed to leave
    airports at all)or to regain clothes back

    outright, open, in everyone's face rape
    and beatings

    Now before anyone attacks me and accuses me
    of wearing a tinfoil hat, I will say this:

    Take a real hard look at where we were, where
    we are now, and THEN try to convince yourself,
    let alone me, that what I have posted is pure
    fantasy and horsefeathers. Go ahead--Make my day.

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  2. I'm not sure if the fact that these invasive screenings have been going on for close to ten years now, ever since the TSA was instituted, makes me feel better or worse about this tiny little outburst of protest. However, it's a start.

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  3. What a pandering piece of propaganda offal this story is. Here's one example: "Some Americans are outraged at the idea that the TSA has the right to touch their private parts in the pat-down process."

    SOME Americans are outraged at being sexually assaulted?!-- try, 'anyone who's not a pervert themselves'. Then they bloviate that TSA 'has the right to touch their private parts".

    Is that how felonies are excused these days-- by simply claiming someone dressed in an official-looking costume "has the right" to do what would get anyone else arrested, convicted, and put on the Registered Sex Offenders list?

    This is beyond outrageous and descends into pure delusion. In which universe does a private, non-law enforcement sub-contractor have the right to cop a feel of you, your wife or daughter?

    The final clumsy whopper is that "because they are the government, it's unpleasant, but not illegal." Silly me, I thought everyone had to obey the law, not just us debt slaves. There is so much elitist bile spewing out of that goofball idea that it makes me puke on my keyboard.

    Let's stop trying to 'speak truth to power'-- it's useless. Instead, speak truth ABOUT power, and know that these sociopaths will continue to raise the bar of tyranny until we are forced to travel naked and chained to the floor.

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  4. Don't just "opt out" of naked scanners only to be sexually molested/assaulted, instead. Boycott Flying COMPLETELY, until sanity returns! Please join us: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-Flying/126801010710392

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  5. Special Forces UndergroundNovember 18, 2010 at 3:37 PM

    You have simply 3 options, which are:

    1.) Refuse to fly.

    2.) Submit to ZOG's tyranny.

    3.) KILL the sons-o-bitches responsible for this shit!!!!

    P.S.) If response #3 is selected, keep your mouth shut for the rest of your life! Chances are, you'll skate free if you're smart!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Ok, most Americans didn't learn this in Civics Class. Thats a shame...

    Governments DO NOT have RIGHTS. They have POWERS.

    Rights are, and this is the very foundation of our Republic, an inherent condition of mankind- whether endowed to us to our creator or evolution or merely because we are sentient beings. Rights do not come from governments and they are still rights even if they are denied to us by governments. It was within the colonists' rights to rebel against the 5% taxation of the mad king George, though clearly they broke the king's laws when they did so.

    Governments have powers. These powers might be (allegedly) from God or by royal birth, but in our once free nation they were granted to the government by the people in a limited and concise way via the Constitutions of the United States and of each of the respective states.

    This is an important distinction. Most people think the Supreme Court says what their rights are... really its the people and their willingness to cooperate with (or at least not shoot at) government officers which decides whether government will respect the rights of the people.

    In short, don't want to be a slave then stand up and fight back when confronted with tyranny.

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