“My First Cavity Search.” Extreme Sickness at the TSA

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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:26 PM
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I looked all over the dhs.gov website and found this NOWHERE.

Unless there is more than Alex Jones as a source, I reserve the right to call baloney.

The picture I saw had this on it:

mojito.over-blog.net...

Which is an artists blog, it appears.

Here is where I ran across this, and I don't believe it is real:

www.boingboing.net...

Look at the print on the picture, mojito.

Anyway outrage at your own risk.




posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:29 PM
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The answer to this extreme paranoia and violation of our person is provided by nature.

Exercise your free will, stop flying.

Put the Aviation industry on it's knees and they be forced to reform.

If the people of the United States could learn to organize on a large scale, the government and the corporations would be OUR slaves, as they rightfully ought to be.
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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by davespanners
The first image is a fake produced by this man here Not too hard to work out as the address of his web site is on the image.

I strongly suspect the second image of being a photoshop too


ok so someone translated it into french, considering its a cartoon SOMEONE had to produce it. plus i give the possibility it was just a tsa worker but just curious what reason do you have for suspecting the second photo to be photoshopped?



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by davespanners
The first image is a fake produced by this man here Not too hard to work out as the address of his web site is on the image.

I strongly suspect the second image of being a photoshop too


Thanks, spanner...high five...

My French is not too good. lol...does it basically say the same in the english version?



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by hotbakedtater
I looked all over the dhs.gov website and found this NOWHERE.

Unless there is more than Alex Jones as a source, I reserve the right to call baloney.

The picture I saw had this on it:

mojito.over-blog.net...

Which is an artists blog, it appears.

Here is where I ran across this, and I don't believe it is real:

www.boingboing.net...

Look at the print on the picture, mojito.

Anyway outrage at your own risk.


i admitted the fact that it could just be a truthful parody so reserve all the doubt you wish but it's still on a computer at an airport, if you can give me some reason to suspect it is photoshopped into the computer screen I'm all ears.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:33 PM
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LinkThats the English version from the same site. Every single instance of this image on the web has this persons web address on it.

Heres the google translated page link


And here, inspired by so much love and good sense, a false cover children's book (originally in English too):


I know it has the subtlety of an Israeli bulldozer in a china shop. C'est voulu. It is desired. Et puis c'est pas souvent que je montre mon côté engagé ici. And it's not often that I show my side committed here.


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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:35 PM
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You can see the reflection of the photographer in the glass, and the picture is posted behind the desktop icons, and there doesn't appear to be any anomalies suggesting the image does not fit into the computer screen so if it is a fake it is a very good fake but I think it's real.

As I mentioned, it's a cartoon so obviously someone had to produce it. I'm sure the TSA worker didn't do it themselves, all I'm saying is they intentionally put that on their computer screen most likely as a sick joke, meaning they should be fired ON THE SPOT.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:36 PM
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I know were not supposed to write one line sentences
however I for one am Speechless if it is true.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:37 PM
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I know were not supposed to write one line sentences
however I for one am Speechless if it is true.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:37 PM
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if it originated with a blog all that suggests is the TSA themselves did not create it, which is a stretch to assume the TSA would be stupid enough to create it since it seems a little over the top. However that doesn't deny a TSA worker putting it on their computer screen as if they are joking that they give pat downs to children.
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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:40 PM
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Are you all arguing about the origin of the picture itself?

There's no doubt an artist who believed the TSA's security measures as being ridiculous produced it.

What I find disturbing is that it's sitting on someone's monitor at an airport in full view. (whether or not it is in fact a TSA inspector's monitor, is yet to be verified)
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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:43 PM
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Originally posted by filosophia


You can see the reflection of the photographer in the glass, and the picture is posted behind the desktop icons, and there doesn't appear to be any anomalies suggesting the image does not fit into the computer screen so if it is a fake it is a very good fake but I think it's real.

As I mentioned, it's a cartoon so obviously someone had to produce it. I'm sure the TSA worker didn't do it themselves, all I'm saying is they intentionally put that on their computer screen most likely as a sick joke, meaning they should be fired ON THE SPOT.

You are correct, the photo of the airport is real, and the Cavity cartoon is set as the wallpaper for that PC. That being said, I didn't need this photograph to let me know how completely UNPROFESSIONAL the TSA employees are. This photo does highlight the cultural attitudes these TSA people have: They are disturbed individuals.
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posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:44 PM
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Originally posted by facelift
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TSA = Transportation Security Administration..?


No, no...


TSA = Total Stupid A$$holes






Or: Thousands Standing Around



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by laiguana
Are you all arguing about the origin of the picture itself?

There's no doubt an artist who believed the TSA's security measures as being ridiculous produced it.

What I find disturbing is that its' sitting on someone's monitor at an airport in full view. (whether or not it is in fact a TSA inspector's monitor, is yet to be verified)
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I agree, it seems clear that the homeland security logo was just added by an artist, I stated the three possibilities of it being either 1. by the TSA, 2. posted by a worker, or 3. just a truthful parody. It seems like it is a combination of 2 and 3. But if you look at the background of the second photo you can see the walk through radar machines so what else could it be but a TSA station? Even if it is just some type of office for an airlines, the 'cavity search' can't be referencing anything but the pat downs of children. If it is an airline worker posting this picture as protest against the TSA then kudos for them but I suspect it's something more sinister.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:46 PM
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I'm 50/50 on the second pic being real, on one hand I do believe that someone might be stupid enough to use this as wallpaper in real life, on the other hand you can get the same effect by setting the cartoon as your own wallpaper, pressing print screen and then pasting it into an image of a monitor so I really don't know



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:48 PM
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People who fly are stupid to allow this crap.

Name ONE time when a person other than the supposedly 911 dudes,who attempted to carry on something on to a plane?

Decent average citizens are subjected to this violation of their basic dignity without cause.

If I were to ever have to fly,I would moan and groan like I was having a orgasm!

"Yes,Yes, touch me there! Oh that FEELS SO GOOD! Don't stop,don't stop."


Embarrass the heck out of the perv who is doing the groping.

Could you imagine a whole line of passengers doing that?



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by davespanners
you can get the same effect by setting the cartoon as your own wallpaper, pressing print screen and then pasting it into an image of a monitor so I really don't know


You'd have to first shrink the photo so pressing print screen won't be enough. I'm not saying it's impossible to do, but if it was photoshopped you would see some type of blur or an obvious paste onto the screen which I zoomed in as far as possible and it doesn't seem like that is the case.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 12:57 PM
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That's quite intriguing. I recently authored my own children's book entitled:

How the TSA Agent lost his hand: Do not stick fingers in this dudes rectum

I'm currently authoring the follow up:

My garbage man makes more than you

small world I suppose. Surprised they have time for that between all the kiddie porn and free corn dog nuggets from the chick at the food spot.

TSA is a necessary evil, but I will seriously fudge an agent up before I take a rent-a-cop finger up the butt-hole.

(pun intended)



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 01:32 PM
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Originally posted by Oneolddude
If I were to ever have to fly,I would moan and groan like I was having a orgasm!

"Yes,Yes, touch me there! Oh that FEELS SO GOOD! Don't stop,don't stop."


Embarrass the heck out of the perv who is doing the groping.

Could you imagine a whole line of passengers doing that?

You are on to something there - I'm totally serious. I made a similar suggestion, here on ATS:



I still think we should all start saying something to the TSA screener conducting the pat down which will:

  • Publicly embarrass the screener
  • Create a negative emotional impact on the screener
  • Demoralize the screener

In short, if they want to give us an indignity, let's bounce it right back at them.



posted on Nov, 12 2010 @ 02:23 PM
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Originally posted by harrytuttle

Originally posted by Oneolddude
If I were to ever have to fly,I would moan and groan like I was having a orgasm!

"Yes,Yes, touch me there! Oh that FEELS SO GOOD! Don't stop,don't stop."


Embarrass the heck out of the perv who is doing the groping.

Could you imagine a whole line of passengers doing that?

You are on to something there - I'm totally serious. I made a similar suggestion, here on ATS:



I still think we should all start saying something to the TSA screener conducting the pat down which will:

  • Publicly embarrass the screener
  • Create a negative emotional impact on the screener
  • Demoralize the screener

In short, if they want to give us an indignity, let's bounce it right back at them.


and when they shout "opt out" we should do it ourselves to draw more attention so people will see what's going on then we can start preaching to the crowd that anwar al awlaki is a cia patsie and these terrorist measures are only to infringe on the fourth amendment





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