Find the image disturbing? You should; the police started going sideways over a decade ago and now we have the police state in it’s last stage of formation.
On May 12th in the 19th Ward, Rochester, New York, a young woman is arrested for videotaping police during a traffic stop in front of her home. She was on her property and because she “chose” not to listen to police orders to go inside her house, she was arrested. American taxpayers are going to see a huge increase in property taxes and state taxes to pay off the legal settlements for the gestapo running around willy-nilly as more and more of this is going to be caught on tape. The globalists screwed up by rushing the time table and didn’t wait for the last un-programmed generation to die off… (more…)
The simple fact of the matter is that these legislators are wimps.
There’s only one legal way to fight this crap – with your wallet, by snapping it closed.
I have long advocated that you simply not choose to fly. That’s one of the best ways to address what is ultimately a matter of the Airlines demanding (and getting) liability shields which they should not have, as they both have the most to lose from exploding airplanes (they’re both expensive and filled with passengers that have families who will sue) and the right to protect that investment.
The TSA is not about “safety”; we have TSA agents standing accused of sexual molestation (outside of their work, where it’s considered “legal” at present), theft and myriad other offenses. We also have the TSA now apparently providing “security theater” visions for such earth-shattering events as high school proms, where some kid might (horror of horrors!) smuggle in some alcohol.
There’s nothing like the jackboot of government on your neck, starting with a TSA agent reaching down your baby’s diaper to check for “things”, to set forth the principle that the government owns you – and thus has the right to do anything, including commit a sexual assault.
This abuse only stops when you, the American Citizen, demand it stop. And the best and loudest lawful way to do that is to withdraw your business from firms thatfund the jackals at the gate who were responsible for yesterday’s idiocy – in this case the Texas Legislature.
The man who was instrumental in working with the federal government to sabotage a bill that would have made TSA grope downs a felony in the state of Texas was Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, a former CIA agent and establishment insider considered to be the wealthiest man in Texas politics.
….Of The TSA, For The TSA, and By The TSA…
If HR [sic] 1937 were enacted, the federal government would likely seek an emergency stay of the statute. Unless or until such a stay were granted, TSA would likely be required to cancel any flight or series of flights for which it could not ensure the safety of passengers and crew.
Un-F***in’-Believable! Texas decides to pick a fight with the federal government and the Gestapo TSA over sexual molestation of law-abiding Americans and then runs from it when the going gets tough! (InfoWars.com: Financial Terrorism: TSA Holds Texas Flights Hostage)
Since WHEN do Texans give a flying squirrel’s backend what the feds have to say about anything? WTF were Texas lawmakers thinking whilst begging ‘by your leave’ from the TSA and DOJ, and SINCE WHEN does the DOJ THREATEN an entire state (letter here.) (more…)
Our government and the airports (who can opt-out of using TSA) have put your safety in the hands of the bottom third of the class. I don’t fly anymore because I cannot trust people who can’t read, write, or do math in their heads to make sure that explosives haven’t boarded a plane. They are too busy terrorizing four years olds with teddy bears and leg braces.
Here is a recap from Brasscheck.tv of some of the TSA tactics that have happened in the last few years. Remember, the Nazis came to power because the german people allowed it. I think it’s time for the airlines and airports to opt-out of using TSA, and we, as Americans, have to think outside the box and not boycott the airlines which would give Chairman Zero and his czars yet another industry to absorb. We must persuade the airlines that it is in their best economic interest to fire TSA.
Got arrested at the Seattle airport for refusing to say how much money I make. (The uniformed ones say I was not “arrested”, but they definitely handcuffed me.) Their videos and audios should show that I was polite, but simply refused questions that had nothing to do with national security. Port authority police eve…ntually came — they were professionals — and rescued me from the border bullies.
When they handcuffed me, I said that no country has ever treated me so badly. Not China. Not Vietnam. Not Afghanistan. Definitely not Singapore or India or Nepal or Germany, not Brunei, not Indonesia, or Malaysia, or Kuwait or Qatar or United Arab Emirates. No county has treated me with the disrespect can that can be expected from our border bullies.
Michael Yon Actually…the Gold Medal for border harassment goes to Israel. The U.S. gets the Silver on border bullying. Among the most professional that I’ve encountered is UAE (United Arab Emirates) and also Singapore. Very professional. UAE confiscated my body armor during one trip, but took good care of the armor and gave it back at the airport when I left.
Award winning war correspondent Michael Yon was detained and handcuffed at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Yesterday by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) personnel.
Yon was returning to the United States from Hong Kong to visit family when TSA officials stopped him during a routine security checkpoint. “Officials asked me what was in my bag—nothing wrong with this question,” Yon said in an interview with BigGovernment.com. “I told them it was normal stuff, clothes and toothbrushes.”
At this point the TSA officials escorted Yon to a designated screening area where they examined the contents of his bag. “Then they asked me how much money I make,” Yon said. Yon suggested to the TSA officials that the question was inappropriate and unrelated to transportation security. The award-winning blogger noted another TSA officer approached Yon: “he asked who do I work for.” ”I did not answer the question which clearly was upsetting to the TSA officers.”
Yon was escorted to a room elsewhere in the airport where he said he remained silent during much of the questioning. According to Yon, “they handcuffed me for failing to cooperate. They said I was impeding their ability to do their job.”
Yon described the TSA officials as noticeably frustrated by his refusal to answer their questions: “I always assume everything is being recorded. I was trying to be professional.”
Yon continued, “They said I wasn’t under arrest, but I’m handcuffed. In any other country, that qualifies as an arrest.”
Ultimately Port Authority police released Yon; according to Yon, the police were “completely professional.”