Black People : Is flying Worth pervs looking at Your Wife and Daughter Naked?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    When these stupid x ray vision machines came out security specialists and intel, both military and private, whistleblowers from aorund the world said it is all a bunch of bunk,
    and stupid in a war against terrorism, or keeping tourist jets safe


    Published on Monday, November 15, 2010
    Get Naked Or Stay Home
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    Much buzz over the video made by John Tyner, a software engineer who refused a full-body scan at the San Diego airport, then refused what he calls a "groping by a government official" - as in, "If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested" - while recording [1]the encounter with agitated security agents. Now some legislators may ask Congress to reconsider [2] the use of the scanners – all in time for the holidays and next week's National Opt Out [3] Day.

    "I don't think the government has any business seeing me naked as a condition of traveling about the country."



    Much buzz over the video made by John Tyner, a 31-year-old software engineer who refused to undergo a full-body scan at the San Diego airport, then refused what he calls the requisite "groping by a government official" - as in, "If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested" - all the while using his iPhone to record [1]the encounter with increasingly hostile security agents. Now some legislators may ask Congress to reconsider [2] the use of the scanners. All just in time for the busy travel season and next week's National Opt Out [3] Day. Because, organizers say, "You should never have to explain to your children, 'Remember that no stranger can touch or see your private area, unless it's a government employee.'"

    "I don't think that the government has any business seeing me naked as a condition of traveling about the country." - Tyner.



    Airport officials debate what to do with Tyner



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    I think its all just part of a systemic plan to keep people from traveling..i wonder why?:fyi:
     
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    Personaly I wouldn't mind letting them oggle my stuff
    just to

    take a flight to the UK to see a particular Nigerian lady and bring her an ice cold bottle of Crystal and a jar of Russian beluga:em2300:
     
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    You are married.
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Nope, but if you are that would make me give up all concideration about flying
     
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    Or, you could have other perv.s looking at them nekkid during an autopsy


















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    Wow! Wait a minute - Amnat is onto something. Do yall really feel they are trying to keep people from traveling? Something to think about.

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    You know, having a gynecological exam isnt that comfortable either but you kind of have to put your trust in the doctor that they'll act professionally.

    o_o same with pat downs at the airport.
     
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    New Jersey moves to ban TSA airport body scanners and sexually invasive frisks

    By Rady Ananda

    Global Research, November 17, 2010
    Food Freedom




    In response to public and pilot outrage at sexual assault by transportation security authorities and to the carcinogenic x-ray machines used to scan flyers, New Jersey lawmakers announced on Monday the introduction of several resolutions banning such practices. Additionally, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety, and Security is holding a Transportation Security Administration Oversight Hearing today (10 AM Wednesday).





    Deborah Jacobs, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, noted:

    “In England where they spent about a third of all [their] security budget on video surveillance, there is study after study after study that shows that those who observe the surveillance are tracked to look at pretty girls’ special parts, and to use those kinds of technologies to essentially violate women’s privacy, or children’s or boys’ or whoever we might be looking at.

    “The same danger exists here, and that’s something we should be aware of. It’s been absolutely consistent in the tests. Some jurisdictions have even stopped using these technologies.”

    Assembly member Valerie Vanieri Huttle noted, “England repealed these procedures after four years.”

    New Jersey’s bills SR91 and AR127 urge the Transportation Security Administration to terminate recent changes to its procedure for conducting pat down searches at airport checkpoints.

    Huttle acknowledged what many people understand: These pat down procedures cause psychological trauma, as we saw in the video of three-year-old Mandy Simon who screamed in terror, “Stop touching me!” (That video has since been pulled by CW-39.com, a Houston, Texas news station. Mandy’s father, Steve Simon, works as a reporter for CW-39.)

    Midwives believe that trauma can cause a baby to turn breach. In 2002, Nicholas Monahan recounted the traumatic experience he and his pregnant wife endured at the hands of airport security in Portland, Oregon. His wife burst into tears after TSA agents exposed and fondled her breasts. He was then arrested when he reacted in anger, and later convicted of a misdemeanor and fined. He concludes:

    “I can never prove that my child went breech because of what happened to us at the airport. But I’ll always believe it. Wrongly or rightly, I’ll forever think of how this man, the personification of this system, has affected the lives of my family and me. When my wife is sliced open, I’ll be thinking of him. When they remove her uterus from her abdomen and lay it on her stomach, I’ll be thinking of him. When I visit her and my child in the hospital instead of having them with me here in our home, I’ll be thinking of him. When I assist her to the bathroom while the incision heals internally, I’ll be thinking of him.

    “… There is now a division between the citizenry and the state. When that state is used as a tool against me, there is no longer any reason why I should owe any allegiance to that state. And that’s the first thing that child of ours is going to learn.”

    Huttle, along with Assembly Members, Alison Little McHose, John DiMaio and Erik Peterson, also introduced SCR135 and ACR160, which call on Congress and the President to address concerns raised by advanced imaging technology employed at airports or to discontinue their use.

    At the press conference, Senator Diane Allen focused on the dangers of radiation. “Certain Americans, including cancer patients and survivors who are being treated or have been treated with radiation therapy are told by their doctors to avoid unnecessary exposure to additional radiation. As a cancer survivor myself, the new imaging equipment used for full body scans concerns me greatly. The U.S. government has not provided adequate information on the potential health impacts of these machines- to say nothing of the invasive nature of the alternative presented to passengers.”

    She emphasized that “David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University has in fact said it is likely that at least some people who are exposed to the new scanners will develop cancer as a result, with frequent fliers and children among the most susceptible.”

    Several lawsuits have already been filed, as Paul Joseph Watson reported today. One case involves “a woman who had her blouse pulled down in full public view by TSA goons who then proceeded to laugh and joke about her exposed breasts.”

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