If you reverse the negative of the actual TSA body scan image, it shows a
completely naked woman in flesh color. For decency reasons, I have blocked
out most of the photo. Folks, you are going to be scanned completely naked
every time you walk through an airport security check from now on! This is
evil, Communist, appalling, tyranny!
American and British government officials have
stated that the genitals must be clear in order for the scan to be
effective. The training manuals specify that even the minutest details of
the genitals must be clearly viewable to be a valid scan.
All of the victims of the
holocaust were stripped naked before they were murdered. Is this where we're
headed? It would appear so. Someone recently discovered
coffins in Georgia, purchased by FEMA. Connect the dots.
You, your daughters and
sons, and wife are being scanned and by simply reversing
the negative (which the machine can do), it gives those perverts a pornographic
photo of your family. Stop flying unless you want to be viewed completely
naked body scanners will eventually be installed in public schools, shopping
malls, sport arenas, train stations, all government buildings, mobile
vans... everywhere! Police will pull your vehicle over and scan
Throughout history, victims of holocaust and genocide were stripped naked
before they were executed. Photos of Hitler's holocaust show bulldozers
covering thousands of naked dead bodies with dirt. The entire notion of
forcing Americans and Europeans into full body scanners, which will film and
record your body 100% naked is alarming! You can be assured that taser shock
bracelets are next, mandatory implantable microchips at birth, forced
abortion, et cetera.
Homeland Security Wants More Naked
Tom's Guide | December 29, 2009
Taking a flight? Prepare to be
virtually strip-searched by Homeland
to the Detroit-bound crotch bomber
pretending to be a terrorist on
Christmas Day, Homeland Security now
wants to beef up security by
installing more "naked scanners."
It's either that, Homeland says, or
getting a thorough "pat-down" before
getting onto an airplane. Homeland,
so it seems, would rather choose the
former (and who can blame them—some
people refuse to shower or use
The problem with naked scanners, as
the unofficial label obviously
reveals, is that passengers are
subject to digital strip searches of
sorts, exposing areas best kept
behind bedroom doors or within adult
magazine covers. The Electronic
Privacy Information Center is of
course all over the possibility,
stating that the whole-body
imaging technology violates privacy
rights. The group also claims that
the devices "capture, record, and
store detailed images of individuals
Currently the Transportation
Security Administration has 40
full-body scanners installed in 19
airports nationwide: 6 use the
machines for primary screenings,
while the other 34 machines are used
in 13 airports for follow-up
searches. According to
Wired, the TSA has forked over a
$25 million contract to Rapiscan
Security Systems this past October.
The contract is for an additional 30
The TSA is also ordering more
backscatter x-ray scanners, devices
that send out low-intensity beams.
Apparently this type of device is
excellent in imaging organic
material. But despite what privacy
advocates claim, the TSA naturally
claims that there's no privacy
issue. In fact, the agency said that
the images could be pinned up in
preschool classrooms. Thanks, but
I'll just drive.
Full body scans are nothing less
than strip searches!
Stun Bracelets for all Airline Passengers
P. Jeffrey Black and Jeffrey Denning
Just when you thought you’ve heard it all...
A senior government official with the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has expressed
great interest in a so-called safety bracelet that
would serve as a stun device, similar to that of a
police Taser®. According to
this promotional video found at the Lamperd Less
Lethal, Inc. website, the bracelet would be worn by
all airline passengers (video also shown below).
This bracelet would:
• Take the place of an
airline boarding pass
• Contain personal
information about the traveler
• Be able to monitor
the whereabouts of each passenger and his/her
• Shock the wearer on
command, completely immobilizing him/her for several
The Electronic ID Bracelet, as it’s referred to,
would be worn by every traveler “until they
disembark the flight at their destination.” Yes,
you read that correctly. Every airline passenger
would be tracked by a government-funded GPS,
containing personal, private and confidential
information, and would shock the customer worse than
an electronic dog collar if the passenger got out of
Clearly the Electronic ID Bracelet is a euphemism
for the EMD Safety Bracelet, or at least it has a
nefarious hidden ability (thus the term ID Bracelet
is ambiguous at best). EMD stands for Electro-Muscular
Disruption. Again, according to the promotional
video, the bracelet can completely immobilize the
wearer for several minutes.
So is the government really that interested in this
this letter from DHS official, Paul S.
Ruwaldt of the Science and Technology
Directorate, office of Research and Development,
which was written to the inventor whom he had
previously met with, Ruwaldt wrote, “To make it
clear, we [the federal government] are interested in
. . . the immobilizing security bracelet, and look
forward to receiving a written proposal.”
The letterhead, in case
you were wondering, is from a U.S. Department of
Homeland Security office at the
William J. Hughes Technical Center at the
Atlantic City International Airport, or the Federal
Aviation Administration headquarters.
In another part of the letter, Mr. Ruwaldt
confirmed, “In addition, it is conceivable
to envision a use to improve air security, on
Would every paying airline passenger flying on a
commercial airplane be mandated to wear one of these
devices? I cringe at the thought. Not only could it
be used as a physical restraining device, but also
as a method of interrogation, according to the same
aforementioned letter from Mr. Ruwaldt.
Would you let them put one of those on your wrist?
Would you allow the airline employees, which would
be mandated by the government, to place such a
bracelet on any member of your family?
Why are tax dollars being spent on something like
You check in at the airline ticket
counter. But instead of a boarding pass, you get shackled with an electronic
bracelet which tracks your every move, contains all your personal
information, and can shock you senseless. This is all the result of some guy
who mysteriously bypassed security and got on the plane without a passport.
Right! It's so obvious that this is a false flag terror event (i.e., a fake
terror incident used to further Homeland Security's control over the
American public). This guy supposedly has a firecracker in his underwear and
now the government wants to install more scanners, more flying rules, more
tyranny, et cetera. I don't even want to fly anymore unless I absolutely
have to. END
The same technology is being considered by
governmentsfor general use in cameras on the street. Once accepted
as part of everyday life in airports, it becomes much easier to sell for use
in all public places.
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
TSA 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
They fire ionizing radiation at those inside which penetrates a
few centimeters into the flesh and reflects off the skin to form a naked
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 thatscanning 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 aircraftand installing software to try
and automatically detect terrorists or other dangers caused by passengers.
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.
Ecclesiastes 5:8, “If
thou seest the oppression of the poor, and violent perverting of judgment
and justice in a province, marvel not at the matter: for he that is higher
than the highest regardeth; and there be higher than they.”
First the terrorists were Al Qaeda, then it
was Tim McVeigh, now it's Ron Paul supporters! First Amber's Law was enacted
to save little girls, now it's being used to turn in your neighbor to police
for owning guns. This is how tyranny operates!