clamor to ramp up airport security with invasive naked body
imaging scanners has nothing to do with ensuring the safety
of travelers. Rather it is part of an ongoing incremental push
to break the will of the people and encourage mass subservience
and meek obedience.
Perhaps the most alarming aspect of the body scanner push is
that people are willingly accepting it. As Bloomberg
news reports today, "Passenger acceptance
of airport body scanners has increased following the failed
terrorist attack," with 92% of passengers at Manchester
airport in northern England now agreeing to pass through the
machines in a voluntary trial, compared with 75 percent before
The same report indicates that Around 90% of Muslims and Orthodox
Jews were opting to use the scanners even prior to the Detroit
incident rather than risking physical contact via pat downs
and strip searches.
Meanwhile, nearly two-thirds of Germans favour airports using
full-body scanners, despite claims that they are an invasion
of personal privacy, a
new poll has shown.
The will of the people is being systematically eroded and incrementally
broken down. Airports are serving as reservations where the
fundamental right to privacy must be left at the door.
Travelers have been acclimatized over time to know they must
remove their shoes, take off their belts, untuck shirts, discard
water, baby milk, shampoo and toothpaste. During the flight
hands must be visible on laps, and even bathroom
visits can now become national incidents as we
have recently seen.
A culture of extreme fear has been engendered where the only
way to stay safe is to cozy up to big brother, a psychological
response akin to that of Stockholm
This is where the technological control grid plays such a key
role. Imagine if TSA agents were made to take women and children
and physically strip search them while they held their hands
aloft, the public would balk at such an abuse. However, with
the body scanning machines there is a divide that clouds the
process in futuristic technology.
Spot the difference: Top - A TSA agent
inspects a naked image of a woman in full public view. Bottom
- A Nazi officer inspects the private parts of a woman while
forcing her husband and children to watch.
Note that in many of the images from the body scanners used
by the media, people are shown to be concealing a gun or a knife,
with their hands held in the air above their heads. This puts
out the subconscious notion that everyone passing through the
machines is guilty and has been caught by the authorities engaging
in a law breaking act.
We are also being incrementally taught that what goes on in
the airports will be transferred to the streets, schools, shopping
malls, rail stations and bus terminals.
X-ray specs were once considered a pervert's fantasy science
fiction invention, now they have become a reality.
With such technology at their disposal the already active
viper teams will no doubt patrol mass transit facilities
with much more vigor.
All of this is being rolled out despite numerous issues that
raise questions aside from the assault on privacy.
The scanners are similar to C-Scans and carry health risks.
fire ionizing radiation at those inside which penetrates
a few centimeters into the flesh and reflects off the skin to
form a naked body image.
Research shows that even very low doses of X-ray can delay
or prevent cellular repair of damaged DNA, yet pregnant women
and children will be subjected to the process if new guidelines
including scanners are adopted.
If the public willingly accepts naked imaging x-ray machines
in the name of security, what comes next?
The former EU justice Commissioner says that
scanning inside people's bodies is an acceptable
proposal. Microsoft has suggested slapping monitoring bracelets
on all it's employees. The TSA is considering taser
bracelets that can deliver electric shocks to anyone
who steps out of line inside an airport or on a plane.
Other proposals include placing the cameras in every
seat on aircraft and installing software to try
and automatically detect terrorists or other dangers caused
Passive brain scanners that pick up brain waves in order to
sense the behaviour of travelers have already been trialed in
airports. The technology known as "MALINTENT"
has been developed by the Department of Homeland Security under
a project lovingly called "Project
Hostile Intent". The following image is a
DHS Impression of the mindreader technology in action.
The development of all of this nightmare technology only emphasizes
the need for immediate
outright rejection of the mass implementation of
body screeners. If we continue to allow such gross attacks on
our liberties to succeed the onslaught will never end.
Listen to Alex Jones' rant on this subject from yesterday's