Thursday, November 18, 2010
TSA Pushes People Too FAR!
Has the TSA finally crossed?
Actually, they crossed the line a long time ago. Now, the TSA is forcing people to go through a full body scanner that subjects passengers to necessary amounts of radiation. Let's put aside the health threat, which is very real, remember when the U.S. Marshals were busted storing images of people after the government lied its ass off by claiming that the full body scanner photos were always deleted? I do. The U.S. Marshals kept thousands of images of naked people.
Fortunately, people are fighting back. We have DA looking into prosecuting TSA workers, watchdog groups pursuit legal avenues and passengers demanding respect. When a male screener told John Tyler that he was going to inspect his groin, he response became an Internet sensation,
"If you touch my junk, I'm going to have you arrested."
Trends forecaster Gerald Celente appeared on Alex Jones' radio show to tear TSA a new one. It looks like Celente was right about that revolt. Earlier this year, he foresaw a revolt by the American people and this appears to be it. He made a great point about why the American people are finally responding.
"The reason why this is bringing such outrage is because the people are bring directly affected by it. They can feel it. Literally."
Celente continues by arguing that the reason why people were not outraged over the war is because there is no draft and that they were not directly impacted by the war(s).
Try not laugh, but that's what it takes to wake the American people up. They don't care about American soldiers dying in Iraq and Afghanistan for false causes, they don't care about Washington stealing their children's future to feed the greed of the criminal bankers on Wall Street, but if you put your hands down their pants and grab their groin, then they will finally objective.
Frankly, I didn't think people would objective until the bankers were literally threatening to rape their children, but apparently even Americans have their limit. Even the American people have some dignity, albeit, not much.
So is this the beginning of a bold new trend for the American people?
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