I hate these fucking full body scanners. Luckily, I have not had to be faced with going through one as of yet and I’d hate to be the TSA officer that would try and make me go through one. Most likely, depending on my day, that encounter will not be pretty.
For those of you not in the know, which I seriously hope is none of you but I actually know is most of you, many airports in the world are installing full body scanners. The reason is to help stop terrorism. The reason they are able to do this is because generally the public would rather have their rights gradually taken away for the “benefit” of safety. Your chances at winning the Powerball are greater than being murdered in a terrorist attack. Would you go through a body scanner every time you wanted to play the lottery? Maybe that’s a stupid question, because I already know that most of you fear turtles would. Well if you are a fear turtle, this post isn’t for you, it’s for the others who love their freedom and who aren’t going to stand for having their rights taken away, let alone subject their children to this horrible procedure which is borderline child pornography and dangerous to your health.
To start, these scanners are completely unconstitutional. Their intrusiveness runs much deeper than you have been lead to believe. There have been a lot of websites that have surfaced lately in defense of the body scanners, which are trying to debunk what they feel are conspiracy theories regarding them. Well, after digging deeper, a lot of these debunks can be debunked themselves.
One of the first things stated by people who defend the full body scanners, is that they don’t take clear accurate images of the face and that the detail of the body is obscured. This is not true. Most of the images shown to the public by the company who makes these machines reflects their claims, however lots of body scanned images have surfaced on the web showing full detail of faces, genitalia and female breasts. These negative images, when inverted, can give you an almost perfect nude image (see below).
I don’t know about you but I certainly don’t trust the TSA guy that gets off on rubbing my balls to have access to nude pictures of me or my children (not that I have any but you might). Do you want some stranger in a dark room to have instant access to your children in full nude detail? Contrary to what has been reported, body scanners can store and transmit images.
So with these crisp images, the use of these scanners, where minors are concerned, is pretty fucking frightening. A group in the U.K. that fights for the rights of children is combating this right now. Hopefully someone in the U.S. speaks the fuck up soon and convinces parents that this needs to be further looked at before these are fully implemented in every airport.
Strip searches are unconstitutional because they fail to protect the dignity and privacy of the person being searched. Full body scanners are nothing less than virtual strip searches performed en masse.
Another area of concern is that radiation safety groups (such as the IAEA) have said that full body scanners, the ones currently in use, increase the risk of cancer and birth defects. They implore pregnant women and children to avoid them. The low levels of radiation that they emit can be incredibly hazardous over time. There are also reports that state that the body scanners destroy DNA! Now do you want your kid to turn into a Kid Cuisine? Don’t be surprised when there is a huge spike in TSA officers developing cancer.
Would you step into a microwave oven because someone working for the government told you to? If so, you’re much more trusting than I am.
Delving even deeper, I’ve come across stories and reports that these scanners, in regards to what they are promoted as, are useless. Rafi Sela, a leading Israeli airport security expert, said, “I don’t know why everyone is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747.” So why are airports buying them? Because they are led to believe that they will make air travel safer. Why would they be led to believe such a thing? I’ll answer that.
Now, I would like to avoid going all Jesse Ventura on these scanners’ asses but it’s hard not to. First of all, the military industrial complex is going to make a killing on these. A killing means a fuckload! A serious serious fuckload! Secondly, although these are said to be “voluntary”, what’s to stop them from making them “mandatory”? Never has the work of the New World Order been more evident and no I am not talking about Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. The existence of the N.W.O. is all out in the open now. However, mainstream media likes to shy away from reporting on it and calls anyone who does mention it a radical or a “pinhead”: don’t they Mister O’Reilly? It’s all about controlling the masses.
These full body scanners are the newest tools used for global tyranny. If you don’t see how apparent that is, than you’re probably better off joining the rest of the cattle in line for the piston.
This is why I applaud states like Idaho for fighting the implementation of full body scanners in their airports.
There’s not much more to say at the moment and I don’t blame any skepticism this may have generated but do your own research and look into this, as it is something that needs to be thoroughly examined, not just blindly accepted.