Monday, November 15, 2010

VIDEO: TSA Out of Control - "The everyday people are now the terrorists... This is bullshit"

If you can't see the video above, click here.

There's a definite feeling of mass protest filling the air around the new full-body scanners and "enhanced" pat-downs (i.e., molestations) at U.S. airports. Many feel it is the means to soften up the population for mass police state procedures. They should be rescinded by the government, who is using "terrorism" hysteria to further hoodwink and control the populace.

Pilots unions are starting to boycott the scanners, while Reddit users have formed a grass-roots site, Fly with Dignity, which is providing information on which airports have the back-scatter scanners, and is attempting to form actions to oppose this new policy.

Do Americans, who have shown a lackluster attitude, to say the least, about confronting their government on human rights abuses, such as torture, have the balls to stand up against being multiply X-rayed and having their children groped by government agents at airports? I don't know, but I hope so. Telling people they have to be sexually molested for their safety is the height of Orwellian madness.

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