THE POTENTIAL COST OF SPEAKING OUT
By Dave Hodges
December 30, 2010
As Americans are in the midst of one of the busiest holiday travel season of the year, they can take comfort in the fact that TSA, CBP and DHS, despite the public outcry, are ensuring that American airline passengers are still the victims of continued second degree sexual assault conducted by TSA employees on behalf of the Federal government. According to the Feds, it is necessary for us to surrender our personal freedom by allowing ourselves to be sexually violated in order to protect us from whoever is playing the boogey man of the day.
Is this DHS, TSA trade off of liberty for some imagined level of security paying off? Well, not exactly. Unbeknownst to the flying public, who are largely compliant with having their genitals squeezed by the TSA goons, a series of videos produced by an anonymous San Francisco Airport based pilot exposed the fact that hundreds of FedEx/UPS type cargo packages are being placed in the belly of airplanes with little-to-no scrutiny.
Just coincidentally, the TSA’s felonious “goosing granny” program dovetails nicely with East German Stasi style, Big Sis “See something, say something” snitch on your neighbor program. More than 230 Walmart stores nationwide have launched the “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign yesterday, with a total of 588 Walmart stores in 27 states joining in on the Stasi spy on your fellow citizen program in the coming weeks.