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This newsletter is designed to provide law enforcement officials and security managers with open source information and general analysis on domestic extremist groups and individuals and their radical ideologies, tactics, capabilities, activities, and emerging trends.
Originally posted by mnemeth1
I should start my own public list of known terrorist threats.
Every time I find out a TSA agents name, I'll add it to the list.
If the government can do it to us, we should be able to do it right back to them.
edit on 24-11-2010 by mnemeth1 because: (no reason given)
A new lawsuit by watchdog group Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) claims the body scanners are easily hackable, store nude pictures for unknown periods of time, and don't even catch terrorists. But that's not the worst news: the collective bargaining agent organization for American Airlines pilots alleges the machines pose a radiation risk.
EPIC has filed a lawsuit in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals urging the court to suspend the AIT body scanner program. Well-known consumer advocate (and 2000 election gadfly) Ralph Nader has also joined EPIC in urging Senate hearings on full body scanners at airports. The federal government's brief in the lawsuit is due by December 15, 2010.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by Aeons
They are on their way to making these categories so broad as to alienate a large section of their populace and make the categories useless, unmeaningful, and impossible to patrol.
No, they are setting the stage
for complete Martial Law.
Any resistance will be met
with either death or a FEMA Camp
Re-programming will include
and a brand new RFID implant.
Originally posted by Castaway
I fear we will all be rounded up like cattle or like they did the jews but I tell you what,they will have to kill me..
Originally posted by Sphota
reply to post by snowen20
Do you really think the TSA employees are somehow in on a conspiracy? I mean, come on, they're joe-schmoes, following orders. They don't want to do it. In fact, they probably don't really even consider it. .