The TSA: Groping Your Crotch For a Safer America
I took a recent flight to Pittsburgh and was demanded by piggish TSA agents to show them my hands. I did. They then proceeded to wipe my hands as if to conduct a culture test. The sad thing is- it WAS a culture test.
I ask the TSA thug conducting this pure violation of my fourth amendment right just what the big idea was. He stated that he needed to see what ‘dangerous’ materials I was playing with. Well, other than my big fat dick, NOTHING. The purpose of my trip was to visit family- not to incite Jihadist terror.
Everyone and their grandma is aware of the nightmarish, police state measures being taken before hopping aboard a plane these days. The real sick terror however is that these invasive measures are now being sought to become center-piece in any activity of daily, American life.
The U.S. department of Homeland Security wants TSA style checkpoints at malls, grocery stores, concert venues, sporting events, etc. They’ve actually achieved a certain level of success in so pulling off this gross agenda by stationing the TSA on American highways and even at school dances.
Just as in Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, and any other tyrannical state throughout the pages of history, travel has become highly restrictive. The goal here is to condition the mass-mind so as to accept full on government intrusion into our daily lives.
At Logan international airport in Boston, the first test run of a new, CIA style interrogation of airline passengers was given a whirl. Deemed a ‘chat-down’, passengers are subjected to a quiz designed to probe brains and to make folks feel as though that even their mind isn’t a safe place to hide from the hands of government tyranny.
Folks would argue that the extreme security measures enacted after 9/11 were enough to stave off another terror event. The truth of the matter however is that even before 9/11, no act of major terror had ever been perpetrated upon the American people.
Those in the movement to restore stolen liberty to the public have heard all the quotes by America’s intellectual founding fathers concerning freedom, security, and the fine line that exists in between. Ben Franklin is quoted as having said that those who would “trade liberty for security deserve neither liberty nor security”. And right Mr. Franklin was. I would actually go a step further and state that those who would trade liberty for security actually deserve to be placed into re-education camps!
The TSA is an unbelievably evil institution that could only exist at a time when large percentage of the population is unaware of the fact that the Americans won their freedom from the British back in the revolutionary war. When most people think that Ben Franklin was the one-hundredth president simply because he appears on the U.S. one hundred dollar bill, I fear for the future as it would seem that stupidity is tyranny’s ultimate friend.
I don’t want the TSA grabbing mine or my woman’s dick- and my sentiments are greatly shared by a significant percentage of the public. It’s time that the people stand up to the horrific tyranny enveloping the United States and demand that airline security be left up to the airlines and to individual passengers- each of which who should be armed and ready to take out any terrorist if one were to board a plane.
Grant J. Kidney believes in compulsory gun-ownership!