TSA Morphing Again - Now Starting Checks Of 'Citizens' Reading Material; And TSA The 9/11 Baby

To Keep The Skies Safe, The TSA Wants To Know What You're Reading

[excerpted] The TSA continues to expand the intrusiveness of its searches, supposedly justified by an increased threat to air travel that doesn't seem to have materialized.

Now, the TSA wants to know what you're reading. As airlines have increased rates for checked bags, travellers are packing more and more into their carry-on luggage. This is causing problems for the TSA's X-ray machines, which are having more trouble discerning what's actually being carried in passengers' bags. The densest materials are the hardest to "see" through, so TSA agents will now be demanding access to reading materials travelers are carrying.

The TSA is testing new requirements that passengers remove books and other paper goods from their carry-on baggage when going through airline security. Given the sensitivity of our reading choices, this raises privacy concerns.

Tests of the policy are underway in some small airports around the country, and DHS Secretary John Kelly recently said that “we might, and likely will” apply the policy nationwide.

X-ray machines are supposed to minimize intrusiveness by allowing travellers to keep their bags closed. The TSA is undoing this small privacy protection step-by-step, with books and other papers following electronic devices onto X-ray belts and into the hands of TSA agents. If the TSA is honest about its reasons for examining books separately, the lack of exterior identifying information shouldn't pose a problem. If it does, the TSA (or the agent performing the search) has ulterior motives and should be prevented from stripping away yet another layer of personal privacy at security checkpoints.

re: 'TSA...expand the intrusiveness'

Undress you, scan you, molest-frisk you...and now they want to see what 'citizens' are reading. But wait say they...no big deal because they only want the reading materials on the conveyor belt with the laptops because it messes with their luggage scanners. Everything starts somehow does it not? How long until non-government approved materials will be 'banned'? Here now is absolutely the opening of that door. Hey you what's with that King James Bible? Too far a reach on that, one might say. Here is the response though: Who and what exactly is the TSA, and how exactly did they come into existence? Oh that's right, they came into existence after the greatest hoax of modern history was played out before all the world on September 11, 2001:

Wikipedia: "The TSA was created as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks. Its first administrator, John Magaw, was nominated by President Bush on December 10, 2001, and confirmed by the Senate the following January. The agency's proponents, including Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta, argued that only a single federal agency would better protect air travel than the private companies who operated under contract to single airlines or groups of airlines that used a given terminal facility...Prior to its creation, private security firms managed air travel security.[4]"

That's the whole story right there. Everything anybody needs to know to understand the true purpose for the TSA. TSA sprang to life out of nowhere as a 'response' to 9/11. That folks is classic Zio ordo-ab-chao technique. New order out of the chaos. New rising from the ashes of the old. TSA rising from the literal ashes of the perfectly-imploded Twin Towers. Ever-increasing draconian 'security' birthed overnight - including now the beginning of 'reading checks' - entirely based upon an absolutely manufactured incident. That being fact, everything TSA from that point forward can only be part of the original agenda. And that reality exposes clearly that this latest move to now have 'citizen's' reading materials going through the hands of federal-government TSA agents can only be nefarious.

Get in the naked scanner and show us your books...citizen.

2017 - you are here.

Rev. 18:4
Rev. 13:1 'And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea...'

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