Stand And Be Groped

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The increasingly thuggish behavior by the Transportation Security Administration is part of a government plan to gain greater control over Americans by limiting their ability to travel freely.

This has become increasingly obvious in light of an announcement by Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano that naked body scanners and sexual assault enhanced pat-downs will soon be used on people looking to use mass transit, trains and ships for travel.

We’ve already reported on efforts by the President Barack Obama Administration and others in government to control where Americans live. Those reports can be found here and here. But the statement by Napolitano that, “I think the tighter we get on aviation, we have to also be thinking now about going on to mass transit or to trains or maritime. So, what do we need to be doing to strengthen our protections there?” coupled with her recent statement that those who don’t want to submit to the unConstitutional peep show/grope fest “don’t have to fly” reveal her intentions.

Soon TSA goons will force those who use subways, trains or ships to submit to their will. If not, well, you don’t have to get across town to work, go visit your Mom or take a vacation. The totalitarian regime will be much happier if you just stay home where they can use their mobile scanners to peer through your walls. That’s an easier way to keep an eye on you anyway.

Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas) is predicting that Americans will eventually boycott the airlines to put an end to the groping or irradiation by the naked body scanners.

Appearing on the Alex Jones radio program, Paul said, “If we tolerate this there’s something wrong with us.” He also said that if the American people refuse to resist this sort of government intrusion they deserve to be demeaned and humiliated.

Don’t buy into the lie that Homeland Security is “protecting us from terrorists.” Big government plays that card every time they want to bend the American people to their will. Remember that in the run-up to the last several elections, and just before they want to tighten their grip on the people, those in power issued vague warnings about an increased possibility of a terrorist strike. A recent example is when the TSA switched from back-of-the-hand searches to enhanced pat-downs, justifying the switch because “explosives” were found on cargo planes. Despite all the warnings, heightened alerts and increased scrutiny, no terrorists have yet been located. But Americans seemingly don’t notice these incongruities, so government will keep using the terrorism lie as long as the sheeple continue to fall for it.

TSA Director John Pistole continues to cite the underwear bomber as an example of the type of terrorism the tighter procedures will thwart. But, as we’ve reported, Umar Forouk Abdulmutallab was a patsy put on the plane by government intelligence forces in order to expedite the installation of these scanners and line the pockets of former George W. Bush DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff and his and other corporations.

The resistance began after a lone pilot stood up, choosing to go home rather than be irradiated or sexually assaulted. Since then more and more Americans have refused to submit and more and more stories of TSA abuse are coming to light.

If the TSA continues to amass power at its current rate, Americans will no longer be able to leave their homes without first being strip-searched by a government official.

Editors Note: If you have an example of TSA abuse you’d like to share, or have recorded video or audio of an encounter with TSA, please send it to freedomwatch@personalliberty.com We will use your submissions and guarantee to protect your privacy. –Bob

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Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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