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Bizarre TSA “Freeze” Security Drill Caught on Camera
The TSA’s bizarre new policy where it orders travelers who have already passed security to “freeze” on command has been caught on camera, with the clip illustrating once more how the federal agency has implemented a series of ludicrous policies that seemingly have no other purpose than to act as an obedience test for the traveling public. The video shows the final 24 seconds of a 2 minute period during which travelers were ordered to “freeze” by TSA workers and were not allowed to move. One TSA screener is heard to say, “stay right where you are,” at a man who is walking through the airport, as the other static travelers look on in bewilderment:

Youtube: "As if air travel couldn't get any worse: this (regrettably short) video shows an new TSA "strategy" which they are quietly beginning to implement: the "freeze drill". At Phoenix, Arizona's airport, WITHIN the "secured" area of the gates, I suddenly found myself in a bunch of travelers who were being sharply told to "STAY RIGHT WHERE YOU ARE! DON'T MOVE!". A TSA employee was pointing his blue-gloved hand at anyone who moved a muscle (including airport workers) and barking these orders. Beyond him were two other agents doing the same thing to everyone in a 90-degree radius. The tension was rather palpable, as you might imagine. No explanation was given, no other words were spoken. No one moved a muscle. Parents grabbed their children. Anyone who fidgeted or made a step forward got yelled at....Two minutes or so later, Mr. Gloved Hand brusquely waved everyone about their business (as seen in the tape). I only managed to capture the final 30 seconds or so of the incident.

After this, I walked into the terminal intersection they had cut off, expecting to see someone in handcuffs, face down on the carpet with a bunch of cops on him. Or at least ONE single police officer or security guard... but there were none. There was NO incident happening, whatsoever. And everyone went onwards to their gates...I wound up sitting next to a couple on the plane and asked them if they got ensnared in this weirdness, and they didn't. But it turned out that the guy sitting next to me knew exactly what it was: an insane TSA strategy of mind control. It's called a "freeze drill". He'd read of it in the New York Times, and sure enough, he used Southwest's wi-fi access and found the article for me: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/29/business/29road.html?_r=0 ...Turns out this article is a year and a half old. In any case, I was stunned. It is a TOTAL police state maneuver which serves no purpose other than to reinforce the notion that a TSA "voice of authority" can tell you to stop where you are at any time."

This post related to: New TSA Policy: Checking Your Drink "For Explosives" While You Drink It 9-3-12 "The only possible real explanation though is that it is part of a behavioural-training program designed to subconsciously instill docility in the would-be 666 slave class by way of ever-increasing subjection to police state tactics even in routine situations...Take note - TSA has not stopped expanding since the day they were created (11-19-01)..."  fyi


Anonymous said...

Freeze drill in Phoenix (NWO). i guess the usual system of security is now ashes.

tom m. said...

and with TSA playing "mother may I"...only ashes of what was once freedom

Anonymous said...

yup...no freedom of speech, no freedom to assemble, no freedom from mainstream media propaganda, no freedom from WalMart's "if you see something, say something", no freedom from spying drones, no freedom from random searches of personal belongings and self, no freedom on the internet, no freedom from electric meter monitoring, no freedom from Monsato's aspartame and neotame, no freedom from the Eye of Horus hypnosis everywhere.... The pile of ashes just keeps growing and growing.

Yet, the true believer can rest in the completed work of Jesus Christ and wait expectantly for Him.

And now, Lord, what wait I for? my hope is in thee.

tom m. said...

well said...

and amen