Originally published February 4 2012
TSA recruits hot dog vendors, parking lot attendants to watch out for terrorists at Super Bowl
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The terrorists are everywhere, including at the most popular American sporting event of the year, the Super Bowl. This is the view of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA), at least, which recently announced that it has recruited parking lot attendants, ticket takers, and hot dog vendors to spot terrorists at the upcoming February 6 game in Indianapolis, Ind., as part of its "First Observer" citizen spying program.
InfoWars' Paul Joseph Watson reports that Government Security News announced the news in a recent report, noting that "over 8,000 stadium vendors, parking lot attendants, shuttle bus drivers, and other transportation professionals received the [TSA's] First Observer training for detecting and assessing indicators and planning tactics of potential terrorist activities" (http://www.gsnmagazine.com/node/25577?c=federal_agencies_legislative).
Also making their appearance in and around Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium will be the infamous TSA "Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response" (VIPR) teams. Reports indicate that these teams, which were created as a Gestapo-type internal checkpoint force for illegally detaining and searching American citizens, may also be present at parking facilities nearby the stadium, as well as near mass transit stations and general aviation facilities (http://www.infowars.com).
The TSA describes its First Observer program as a recruitment tool that snags truck drivers, school bus drivers, and other transportation professionals to spy on citizens and report "suspicious" activities to Big Brother (http://www.firstobserver.com/aboutus.php). The agency actually set up illegal internal checkpoints last fall along interstates throughout Tennessee as part of the program's inaugural launch (http://www.naturalnews.com/033961_TSA_security_checkpoints.html).
The First Observer program is very similar to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) "If You See Something, Say Something" propaganda campaign. This program has also inspired needless paranoia about terrorists in an effort to convince ordinary citizens to spy on their friends and neighbors and report their activity to local and federal authorities (http://www.naturalnews.com/034321_war_on_terror_paranoia_hoax.html).
While Super Bowl attendees will not be forced to go through naked body scanners at Sunday's game like they will at most U.S. airports, the TSA says it will be conducting full-body pat downs, as well as other unnamed security protocols, on fans as they enter the stadium. This, of course, aligns with the TSA's announcement back in September that it would begin molesting individuals at NFL stadiums across the U.S. (http://www.naturalnews.com/033598_NFL_enhanced_pat-downs.html).
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