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DHS gives TSA authority to forcibly irradiate Americans against their will


(NaturalNews) Americans who understand the health risks of full-body TSA X-ray scanners will choose to opt out of the invasive scan. The TSA requires those who opt out of the full-body scan to undergo a physically invasive full-body pat down.

Now, a new rule created by the Department of Homeland Security will give TSA agents the authority to force Americans who opt out of the full-body scanners to go through them anyway.

"TSA is updating the [Advanced Imaging Technology] [Privacy Impact Assessment] to reflect a change to the operating protocol regarding the ability of individuals to opt opt-out of AIT screening in favor of physical screening," the DHS states in a recently published document. "While passengers may generally decline AIT screening in favor of physical screening, TSA may direct mandatory AIT screening for some passengers [emphasis added]."

Every time a traveler passes through the scanner, they are harmed physically because these machines put off X-ray radiation. The U.S. National Library of Medicine plainly states that low doses of radiation over time damage cells and increases one's risk for developing cancer. The risk is so great that the European Union banned the use of these full-body scanners, and instead use lower-frequency, millimeter-wave machines.

How the Quartering Act of 1774 and Great Britain's standing army pertain to modern-day TSA abuses

On June 2, 1774, the British government that presided over the English colonies passed a new law called the Quartering Act. This law expanded the power and authority of Great Britain's standing army, allowing colonial governors to house British soldiers in unoccupied houses, barns and inns. The Quartering Act was brutally intrusive, allowing for a standing British army while invading the privacy of ordinary colonial men and women.

After the American colonies defeated the British red coats in the Revolutionary War, the founding fathers of the new American nation wrote an amendment in the Bill of Rights to protect against standing armies and the invasion of personal privacy and property. "No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law," states the Third Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Amendment Three was an important protection because the overwhelming force of British government was allowed to invade private property and disrupt people's private lives.

The quartering of government eyes in the digital space of American's lives

Today, the U.S. government does not abide by Constitutional principles. The executive branch of the federal government continues to create new bureaucracies, like the National Security Administration (NSA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA). These big government inventions act outside the constraints of the Constitution by violating people's property and privacy. For example, the surveillance tools used by the NSA intrude into people's private emails and phone calls without a real warrant and without accusation of a crime, which is a blatant violation of the Fourth Amendment: "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

Government agents aren't physically being quartered inside homes like colonial times, but their surveillance is invading the privacy and property of American families nonetheless. With the power to collect and monitor phone records, emails and computer activity, government today treats people as if they are guilty until proven innocent. This modern day quartering of government agents into the digital space of American's lives is a violation of all Americans' liberties, privacy and property.

A case can also be made that a standing army has taken over America's airports

TSA agents are now quartering day and night in American airports, violating people's privacy on a routine basis. This invasion has allowed government eyes to quarter inside travelers' clothes, as TSA agents scan travelers' bodies and store their nude photographs. Full-body CT scans penetrate people's privacy to their naked core. Americans are being visually and physically raped as their personal property is undermined. Now the TSA has gained even more authority, to force each person to submit to health-hazardous full-body radiation scanners.

The TSA provides a false sense of security at airports. Did you know that over 400 TSA agents have been caught stealing from travelers and one TSA agent was convicted of stealing more than $800,000 worth of goods?

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