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As I reported earlier, the panty bomber has prompted America to demand images of nude children be viewed daily by government employed pedos and other perverts.
Sen. Lieberman, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, speaks:
Senator Joe Lieberman, a Connecticut independent, called for more widespread use of the full-body scanners after the aborted attack. “We were very lucky this time but we may not be so lucky next time, which is why our defenses must be strengthened,”
L3 is a major defense contractor for Israeli defense forces, along with being their primary airport scanning equipment supplier. L3 was owned by Lehman Bros. prior to their purchase by Barclays. L3 owns SafeView, which is the company that makes the naked body scanners.
So to break it down, SafeView is owned by L3, which was formerly owned by Lehman, which is now “owned” by Barclays / New York Mellon and Legg Mason (formerly Citigroup). Those three banks control around 16% of the stock. The Lehman was a huge donor to Lieberman, the owners of which stand to make a tidy profit should L3 be awarded a massive contract for naked body scanners.
“Your children should have no expectation of privacy. The federal government is run by crooks and pedophiles. I personally find it ridiculous that the government doesn’t have the ability to view naked images of your children constantly. With the installation of these devices, we can provide gainful employment to thousands of perverts nationwide, thus keeping them off the streets and out of your homes and playgrounds.
You don’t want pedos in your playgrounds do you? With the new jobs these devices will bring, we can ensure all of the nations pedos are carefully monitored and employed.”
So you’re at the airport, you’ve gone through the inevitable check-in and security line, when you walk through a machine you think is a metal detector, just like you probably have a number of times before. However, if you’re at one of nineteen airports across the country testing new “whole body imaging” scanners, you might be interested in knowing just what the security official on the other side of the screen is seeing if you go through one of the machines, according to CNN.
Indeed, if you believe privacy advocates, what they are seeing on their screen might be something just shy of a peep show. Right now just six airports (San Francisco, Miami, Albuquerque, New Mexico Tulsa, Salt Lake City, and Las Vegas) are using the new whole body imaging scanners as a primary security check option, while the remainder use them as a secondary check after people fail a metal detector. In the past, the secondary option would have been a pat down.