(NaturalNews) With the grassroots backlash over the TSA's obscene pat-downs growing by the day, it's becoming fairly obvious that the only way the U.S. government is going to get the public to accept these Fourth Amendment violations is if there is another "terrorist incident" that's stopped by the TSA and its naked body scanners.
So far, the TSA is molesting children, teens and grannies without being able to demonstrate that this gross violation of Americans' Fourth Amendment rights is having any effect whatsoever on improving air travel safety. But if there's anything to be learned from 9/11, it's that the sheeple are always willing to give up their rights if they can be scared into doing so
"After 9/11 people were scared and when people are scared they'll do anything for someone who will make them less scared," said Bruce Schneier, a Minneapolis security technology expert, in an AP story (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101121/ap_on_re...
). "But [this TSA] is particularly invasive. It's strip-searching. It's body groping. As abhorrent goes, this pegs it."
TSA is fighting for its survival
The TSA is being threatened right now in a big way: One airport in Florida is already planning to ditch the agency and hire private contractors to run security. A NYC lawmaker has called for the "dismantling" of the TSA, and Rep Ron Paul has introduced legislation that would result in TSA
agents being arrested for felony crimes if they touched peoples' junk.
The TSA, in other words, is fighting for its very survival
right now. What it desperately needs is some new terrorist incident to remind the American people how much they need to give up their freedoms in exchange for security
Now, I'm not saying the TSA is going to plot to blow up an airplane or anything, but if there's anybody who has the access to sneak something past airport security, it's the TSA.
How false flag operations achieve government goals
The United States government has a long and detailed history of "staging" events in order to sway public opinion. The Gulf of Tonkin
event in the Vietnam War era was deliberately staged by U.S. government
officials in order to justify an escalation of military attacks on the North Vietnamese. Documents that were finally declassified just this year prove beyond any doubt that the U.S. government conspired to stage this "false flag" event. (http://www.prisonplanet.com/de-classified-vi...
was a similar plot. As Wikipedia relates:The planned 1962 Operation Northwoods plot by the U.S. Department of Defense for a war with Cuba involved scenarios such as hijacking or shooting down passenger and military planes, sinking a U.S. ship in the vicinity of Cuba, burning crops, sinking a boat filled with Cuban refugees, attacks by alleged Cuban infiltrators inside the United States, and harassment of U.S. aircraft and shipping and the destruction of aerial drones by aircraft disguised as Cuban MiGs. These actions would be blamed on Cuba, and would be a pretext for an invasion of Cuba and the overthrow of Fidel Castro's communist government. It was authored by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, nixed by John F. Kennedy, came to light through the Freedom of Information Act and was publicized by James Bamford.
On the conspiracy theory front, there have long been accusations that the 9/11 attacks were an "inside job" staged as a pretext to clamp down on Americans' freedoms and roll out the Patriot Act -- the very law that coincidentally gives TSA agents the right to have anybody arrested and detained for 48 hours without cause, without a warrant and without legal representation. The evidence surrounding the collapse of the WTC 7 building now has literally thousands of engineers, scientists and citizens realizing the building was obviously brought down by demolition explosions (http://buildingwhat.org
) and not an "office fire" as was the official explanation.
The point of all this is that when governments are cornered but don't want to give in, they will sometimes resort to falsifying events
in order to continue moving their agendas forward. As David Icke explains, it's the old "problem-reaction-solution" approach. First, create the problem
, then wait for the public reaction
that allows you to enact the government solution
The formula works like a charm for everything from pushing flu vaccines to justifying a war.
In fact, there is evidence that U.S. agents may already be working on this plan. The fake bomb recently found on board a German passenger jet, we now know, was manufactured by a U.S. company
How government agencies keep themselves alive (and get more funding)
Is the TSA at that point of desperation yet? I'm not sure, but it would certainly be easy for high-level TSA operatives to find some patsy who hates the government, convince him that he should carry some liquid explosives onto an airplane, and then "catch" him at a TSA security checkpoint, thereby proving that we need to keep giving up our freedoms in the name of security.
The mainstream media would have a field day with that story, and for the next two weeks on the news, we'd all hear how important the TSA is and what a great job they're doing, and how this "terrorist" was caught by the naked body scanner machine, and so on.
Don't be surprised to see such a scenario unfold. It's not that I personally distrust the TSA in particular, because there are some good people who work there and who are not to blame for all this, but at the same time I've been around long enough and studied enough true history to know that government organizations will do practically anything to stay in power
The DEA, for example, is desperately fighting against marijuana legalization not because marijuana is some highly dangerous drug (it isn't), but because it's job security for DEA agents
The CDC, likewise, went completely out of its way last year to spread fear about the H1N1 Swine Flu
for the same reasons: Job security. There's nothing quite like declaring a stage-six pandemic to keep the Congressional funding flowing your way, huh?
The CDC also has a fascinating history of completely distorting the AIDS epidemic in order to boost its own funding, by the way. Watch this eye-opening video from House of Numbers
to learn more: http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=4FE73A67EAEC6D...
Every government agency -- the TSA, CDC, FDA, USDA, FTC and so on -- fights for its survival every year. That's because in an era of budget cuts, every agency knows it could potentially be on the chopping block for severe cuts. And funding cuts translate into job losses. So the unspoken rule at all government agencies is to "make ourselves important" in order to keep the money flowing.
This is also why the food contamination scares have been hyped up beyond all reason over the last two years: The FDA wants new powers to control the food supply, and the best way to do that is to latch onto stories about e.coli and salmonella and blow those all out of proportion in order to pass reactionary legislation called Senate Bill 510 (http://www.naturalnews.com/030461_Senate_Bil...
The truth about this food safety situation is that right now something like 80% of the chickens sold in grocery stores are contaminated with salmonella
), yet you don't hear a peep about that story. And the FDA is making no effort whatsoever to "ban chicken meat" from grocery stores. Their fear mongering about food contamination is very selective, it seems.
Perhaps the TSA has been learning its lessons from the FDA. Simply stage a false flag attack and you, too, can have increased Congressional funding to "fight terror" or whatever.
We do need protections, but we need our rights even more
All this isn't to say that America doesn't have enemies who really do want to destroy us. It's true that there are really bad people out there -- people and groups who want to bring America
There are some good people in Washington
who are fighting for our safety behind the scenes. Yes, the FBI, CIA and NSA all have "a few good men" who are doing things around the world that you and I don't even want to know about. Stuff that would make you cringe if you knew about it.
The sacrifices being made by some of these individuals in the name of protecting America's interests on the international stage will never be fully known, nor recognized by anyone in the mainstream. The everyday American people who go about their lives shopping, watching TV, collecting a paycheck and surfing the 'web have no idea
what goes on behind the scenes to give them the luxury of pursuing such a carefree lifestyle.
That's why nothing I print here is intended to disrespect the front-line warriors who are fighting for America's interests -- soldiers, the few "good" feds, etc. But at the same time that there are some "good men" (and women) in these agencies, there are also some rotten apples (like in any organization, I suppose). There are some people working in the government who absolutely would not hesitate to stage a false flag attack if it meant increasing their power, their pay and their importance.
And those people must be scratching their heads right now, thinking, "Gee, it sure would be easy to pull off a staged event of some kind that keeps us all in power."
I just hope they come to their senses and realize they should not be at war with the American people
. They're supposed to be fighting to protect our freedoms, not to take away our freedoms. The real war is with the true enemies of America -- those state-sponsored terrorist groups that genuinely want to destroy America and everything it stands for.
Certainly, we must not let the terrorists win. But neither must we allow freedom to perish in the process.
Reasonable security is fine
As a freedom-loving American who values both my freedom and my safety, I will gladly submit to having my luggage X-rayed and walking through a metal detector. I will gladly sit beside an armed Air Marshal on the flight, captained by an armed pilot on the flight deck who hopefully has a couple of spare mags along with his Colt 1911, too (pilots carry firearms on airplanes right now, most people don't even know..).
Yet as much as those security precautions seem reasonable, I refuse to subject myself to a body X-ray
that emits ionizing radiation, and I refuse to give in to an obscene pat-down that involves government personnel feeling up my genitals, with or without a latex glove.
At that point, "security" has become tyranny. And the terrorists have already won.
We need to rise up and stop this. Just as some of our undercover federal agents (and active soldiers) are fighting for America's interests overseas, you and I need to be fighting for our freedom right here at home, on American soil, with this airport security issue.
We are not subjects. We are not cattle. We are sovereign citizens and we will not surrender our bodies to be fondled by government agents with the excuse that "it's for our own good."
And be on the watch for a "staged" security event
designed to convince the American people that they need to give up yet more freedoms in the name of police-state security. I'm willing to bet that precisely such a plot is on the drawing board in Washington D.C. right now.