Never Forget: The Lies!

YOUR GOVERNMENT LIES!Ten years later and the United States is still believing the government’s story of the terrorist attacks on 9-11. While there have been no further attacks since on American soil, we are not safer than we were 10 years ago. Case in point, look at the new alphabet agencies that were created since; DHS and TSA. Big Brother wanting to get more into YOUR business as the government continues to police you and make you more paranoid.

Not since that day, personal research and reading The 9/11 (C)Omission Report do I believe what the report states and to the forces behind the attacks that day. Much like the Warren Commission Report and facts are omitted,  stories were untold and lies were propagated. The report fails on all levels, yet the sheeple of this nation will mourn those lost at the alleged hands of “terrorists.” In a sense I guess we can consider our government terrorists, although they would never admit to it.

The origins of al-Qaeda as a network inspiring terrorism around the world and training operatives can be traced to the Soviet War in Afghanistan (source). The U.S. viewed the conflict in Afghanistan, with the Afghan Marxists and allied Soviet troops on one side and the native Afghan mujahideen, some of whom were radical Islamic militants, on the other, as a blatant case of Soviet expansionism and aggression. The U.S. channeled funds through Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency to the Afghan Mujahideen fighting the Soviet occupation in a CIA program called Operation Cyclone (source). Thus the groundwork was laid for future attacks against American assets.

Even evidence in favor of a conspiracy  of 9/11 is overwhelming. All you need to go is Google ‘9/11 conspiracy’ to get some idea just how broad the scope is. Unfortunate mainstream media, via the U.S. Government will have you believe a group of terrorists boarded aircraft, stormed the cockpits and took two the Twin Tower and hit the Pentagon. Not to mention acts of bravery on Flt 93 that allegedly crashed in Shanksville, PA to prevent further destruction to Washington D.C.

Much like the JFK assassination, Americans will never get the truth from the U.S. Government. They will continue to operate and police this nation as if attacks are imminent. It’s was interesting to read a story yesterday off the Drudge Report saying not to live in fear and go about your daily route. Yet you look through out the nation and the level of security, while not “officially” heightened, has more security than we have ever seen in place. This “show or force” is to make you feel more secure, which is what the government wants you believe. For millions they are comforted by these thoughts and their government.

For a much smaller percentage of individuals, like myself I don’t accept the coverup perpetrated by the U.S. Government. While the words “Never Forget” may live on for millions, it holds a different meaning for me. Never forget how the government changed the course of the United States forever with internal attacks on their own citizens, for their benefit.

Junior TSA: A New Low!

If it’s not enough that the TSA is molesting children on a daily basis as parents (usually) stand by idle, accepting the fact that their child might be a terrorist and as such accept the process in place that allegedly makes air travel safer. While I can’t confirm when the program started the TSA is now indoctrinating children with yellow stickers a as “Junior TSA Agent.” As of late 2010, stickers were still being made to younger (ages 4-7?) travelers while waiting to show your papers and go through security. I have found references going back to these stickers being available since 2006. Airports such as DEN, SFO and LAX been confirmed locations of these sticker sightings.


TSA Says No to Texas

As I wrote about last week in Pat-Down Ban?, Texas passed legislation making the TSA security pat down molestation and groping illegal ni their great state. Unfortunately this was really only a minor and temporary victory for us commoners as Big Sis seems to be raising the iron fist to crush change.

While not a support of the TSA, you can read Blogger Bob and his response to this legislation proposed by the Texas House of Representatives. I am quite sure he is nothing more than a mouthpiece (yes man) for the TSA, which isn’t too surprising. Give the TSA a blog and make them a part of the “social networking” community.

While I commend the great state of Texas and applaud them for going after the TSA, I believe in the end, the law of the land under The United States Constitution will prevail. I do not agree, nor have I every approved of the continued “police state” method being carried out by TSA agents in airports through out the United States. Scare tactics if you ask me. As for the Article. VI. Clause 2 cited by the TSA:

This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

So basically regardless of how the legislation is voted on in Texas, it will be trumped by what is already in place at the Federal level. Hmmm. I think it’s time to go back to states governing themselves because the U.S. Government sure the hell isn’t doing a good job…well they are doing a fantastic job running it into the ground (regardless of what party is in control). But I am moving off topic. Back to the Nazis…err…TSA.

It’s funny how we can spin statistics to make them favor our position and strength our stance. After patronizing the reader the TSA claims “less than 3% of passengers receive pat-downs.” What they don’t tell us, is out of that 3% how many were actually a terrorist or had some sort of plan to blow something up? Yeah, just what I thought, no numbers.

Their claims go on to state that if you “opt out” of the AIT (Advanced Imaging Tecnology) machines or are “part of our random, unpredictable security measures.” Random? Is this why we see a 45-year old Caucasian being groped, maybe a 6-year old girl being molested? I will give you THAT is random, but I feel not “good security.” I support random, when done like it is outside the USA, especially in Europe when it comes to security.

I feel it would be much more effective to racially profile. Fuck the ACLU! The can keep their dirty hands and opinions out of this. We all know the ethnicity of the supposed 9-11 hijackers. No reason we should not be driving this point home, even if the plot was carried out by agents of the U.S. Government.

There have been some stories especially out of the Middle East of terrorist organizations using children and infants as bombs and bombers. But to train TSA agents in the art of molestation, is wrong. They claim, “Children 12 years old and under who require extra screening will receive a modified pat down.” Of course there are no details on what the modifications and they “work with parents to ensure a respectful screening process.”

Sorry as a parent I would be outraged if my 5-year old son was randomly selected. I would not let it happen, if that means physically harming a Federal agent, then so be it. I know I am wrong and it would probably get me tossed in jail. The only other, more “respectful” solution would be to cancel whatever travel plans we had and leave the airport. Yet we have seen in previous cases that doesn’t always go smooth either. Read Pliot Refuses to be Seen Naked.

The TSA also states s a “0.0004% of received complaints” (898 complaints)from travelers between the periods of November 2010 and March 2011. This figure out of some 252 million people who were screened. Unfortunately for use becoming outraged or outspoken will only lead the TSA to look upon us as domestic terrorists and put us in a “high risk” category. This has already been mentioned by the TSA in April (read story).

So for those still willing to travel by air, you are in a no win situation. While I still consider air travel the most efficient way to get to a destination, the problems and red tape that go along with getting from your car to your airplane are something I don’t want to deal with. Unfortunately, the situation won’t get better before it gets worse. Toss in a false flag at one of the nation’s airports and the U.S. Government will implement more stringent rules to keep the skies safe and the flying public scared.


Reporting Overkill: MSM

Just how quickly can the mainstream media create a scare? Check out the latest headlines from the Drudge Report:

Sen. Schumer Calls For Amtrak 'Do Not Ride' List...
Two tunnel 'breaches' cause scare in NYC...
SUV 'bomb' scare ...
Threats Divert Planes in Three Separate Incidents...
Passengers, flight crew subdue man banging on cockpit door...
Yemeni passenger had Calif. ID...
Scary Flight To Chicago...
Threatening Note In Bathroom Departing Detroit...
'Are we gonna blow up?'
Dallas Train Station Evacuated: Man Asked For Help Carrying Packages...
4 Arrested For Videotaping TSA Line At Denver...
Suspicious package found in mailbox: Cellphone sent back to company...

Just simply amazing! They are doing one hell of a job. Those links followed the main headline of USA FREAKS OUT: TERROR FEARS; FALSE ALARMS. All this courtesy of YOUR United States Government, busy at work, as usual.

I am still looking for a news story out of any of these links, yet I cannot find a legitimate story. Needless to say, any sort of “incident” in the air will turn into a breaking story. If it’s not because of a mechanical issue, then it will be because of “interfering with a flight crew.” I think we can do ahead and disregard all of these aviation related headlines.

The TSA? The laughing stock as the “make-work” program hits a new low. Have you seen this image yet, which was another Drudge Report headline?

I sure hope there is a more rational reason two TSA agents are allegedly checking the diaper of an infant. Yes, an infant. Make this worse, the mother seems to be okay with this and not raising hell over this potential case of molestation. Amazing! I guess as long as the TSA continues to push these checks the sheeple will continue to march in stride and do as Big Sis says. Scary.

It also seems video taping at an airport, outside of the “sterile area” is no longer acceptable. Denver police arrested the individuals and confiscated the camera. Yes folks, the police state is alive and well. I guess I will remember NOT to videotape my next vacation in which I use the airlines (which won’t happen). That would be a bitch of a way to start the vacation, by having my wife get me out of jail.

Tunnel breaches. No-ride lists. Mass transit hearings. Now that the airlines are more secure since 9-11, right TSA? Mainstream media can not turn their attention towards trains and rail systems in the US. I was watching some of the proceedings from last week and honestly, I was somewhat surprised to hear some of what was said as it relates to increasing rail security. This really means more Federal funds being allocated to making trains and subways safe.

TSA Dumbass of the Day

I have NEVER supported federalizing security agents at airports Since 9-11 it has been nothing but window dressing with no improvement in the quality of security. Oh sure, they will point to foiled terrorist attempts, as well as no other 9-11 type incident occurring since. And someone remind me just HOW MUCH money has gone into “improving” airline security? Billions, yet the quality of the security is no better than it was back in 1991.

The story from last Thursday talked about Rebecca Solomon, 22 a Michigan student flying from Philly to Detroit. Little did she know what was about to happen. Since many air travelers are not thrilled with current TSA procedures when faced with going through a security check point, now we need to deal with agents with a complex and on power trips.

A TSA worker was staring at her. He motioned her toward him.

Then he pulled a small, clear plastic bag from her carry-on – the sort of baggie that a pair of earrings might come in. Inside the bag was fine, white powder.

She remembers his words: “Where did you get it?*

In the end it was not placed in her bag by a terrorist wanting to down a commercial airliner, nor was it her own baggie. The TSA agent for reasons unknown (maybe to get a thrill or his rocks off) was playing a bad practical joke on Ms. Solomon, as he admitted it was his baggie and allowed her to pass.

“When she complained to airport security, Solomon said, she was told the TSA worker had been training the staff to detect contraband. She was shocked that no one took him off the floor, she said.” Training? I guess this supervisor is no more smarter than the agent who attempted to pull this stunt off. “The TSA views this employee’s behavior to be highly inappropriate and unprofessional,” she wrote. “We can assure travelers this employee has been disciplined by TSA management at Philadelphia International Airport, and he has expressed remorse for his actions.” Yet due to privacy laws the name of the agent could not be given.

Actions like this and others by TSA agents needs to be addressed. This is just a dumb as a passenger making a bomb remake when asked if they are carrying anything when they set off the magnetometer. Come on now! In both situations, the individuals involved possess no smarts in the consequences of their actions. I still believe the enter TSA (or better yet, DHS) needs to undergo an evaluation and review. Money continues to be dumped into this black hole, especially after the last “failed” bombing attempt of the “underwear bomber” aboard Northwest in December, 2009.

“DHS will receive $42.7 billion ($7 billion just for the TSA) in discretionary spending for 2010, a 6 percent increase over 2009.* I am in complete agreement with David Freddoso, who authored a recent piece titled, Time to abolish TSA as we know it in the Washington Examiner on 07 January.

Sorry DHS, but the TSA continues to get a grade of “F” when it comes to what they were federalized in order to provide.