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TSA releases creepy animation to brainwash young children into accepting oppressive police state

Sunday, January 05, 2014 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
Tags: TSA, brainwash children, police state

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(NaturalNews) The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is at it again with the police state propaganda, this time with the release of an animation aimed at brainwashing young children into accepting federal security checkpoints. An obvious attempt at justifying the agency's continued violations of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the TSA public affairs clip tells kids that screeners are there to keep us all "secure," in the process lying to them about what a TSA security screening actually entails these days.

Posted to YouTube on December 12, the video opens with a family of talking dogs walking up to the TSA security checkpoint at the airport. One of the younger dogs asks his dad why they have to stop, and his dad nonchalantly explains that the so-called "Stop, Screen, Go" process is completely normal. When the younger dog gets frightened at the blue suits sitting behind the checkpoint counter, his father reassures him with a plastered grin that the TSA is completely harmless.

"[I]t's not scary," explains the docile "father" dog to his son. "TSA officers are here to keep us secure. So don't worry, just remember: stop-screen-go."

You can view the full clip on YouTube here:

TSA animation lies to children about screening protocol

Besides the obvious propaganda aspects of the animation, it is not even accurate in explaining to children how the TSA screening process actually works. As you will notice, the family of dogs in the clip is instructed to walk through a common metal detector after having their boarding passes scanned by the first round of TSA screeners. Anyone who has been to an airport within the past few years knows that naked body scanners are now the preferred screening method used by the TSA to assault innocent travelers, not metal detectors.

"Do we get our toys back?" asks the younger dog to his father after sending his personal items through the X-ray machine.

"Yep," responds the father dog. "You just need to walk through that rectangle first. It's a metal detector," he adds, ushering his family through the machine.

At no time during the clip is it explained that children and their families will most likely be forced to walk through a full-body backscatter X-ray machine that will blast them with cancer-causing radiation. And if not that, a full-body millimeter wave scanning machine designed to peep through travelers' clothing and take snapshots of their private parts.

Don't worry, son; the happy TSA agents are only groping your private parts for your own safety

Also missing from the "Stop, Screen, Go" process as it is presented in the animation is any mention of the full-body pat-down process, which is still forcibly administered to travelers who refuse to have their bodies visually molested by naked body scanners. Instead of being allowed to simply stroll through ametal detector, most air travelers are forced to submit to either visual or physical molestation at the hands of a random TSA screener.

But children are not told any of this in the new "TSA for Kids" propaganda blitz, a massive online endeavor replete with coloring book activities, word searches, exciting pictures and other marketing tools like this disturbing video animation, the sole purpose of which is to propagandize children into accepting federal checkpoints as normal.

"Children who grow up in this age are exposed to police state activities on all fronts," explains PoliceStateUSA.com. "When an entire generation has been brought up to accept these behaviors as normal, they are conditioned to offer no resistance in the face of the police state as an adult."

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