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TSA scanners and the why of it

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posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 11:46 AM
In your opinion are TSA scanners implented out of genuine security reasons or is it a tool of psychological warfare against the west? Some people say acts of terror are mostly false flag operations perpetrated by secretive organisations.

Now assuming this is true, 2 scenarios are likely. The same people deem it necessarry to wage psychological warfare against air travelers in Europe and America through ridicule and potentially dangerous radiation exposure.

Bodies outside this closed group see terrorism as a genuine threat and airlines, fed up with long screening procedures for economical reasons, want to convince the public at large into accepting the TSA scaneners for a quick procession of the lines along with a reduction in necessarry personell and they do so by giving them the choice between going through the scanner or through an invasive pat down that involves groping.

posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 11:56 AM
The scanners are a by product of greed and cronyism.

You see, Chertoff, head of the Chertoff group, who represents Rapidscan, used public money to buy the machines. Making himself and Rapidscan millions of dollars. How, in the world, is that not conflict of interest, is beyond me.

Aha! Enlightenment.

Here is how to make money in today's America.

  1. Develop a Product
  2. Plant a shill into a high level government job
  3. Get shill to get the government to purchase your Product
  4. PROFIT!!!!!!!!!!

posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 12:00 PM
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
Benjamin Franklin

edit on 28-4-2011 by redzareptile because: wrong material...

posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 12:04 PM
reply to post by Cassius666


the main reason for TSA!! not only what they steal. But the fear which keeps MANY from cashing out, and going underground outside of the border. The banks need every dollar possible on the books, the IRS needs every dollar possible to stay on the books for their cut, all the people with cash want nothing more than to cash out and fly with their money. Not, NOT to wire it to a bank in a 3d world country, that makes them targets there.

If they could fly with their money in hand, get to out of here, and show up somewhere else anonymously without the locals knowing who they are, how much is in their banks, etc...

posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 12:13 PM
Grey580 is spot on. The TSA is simply a money making scheme. Michael Chertoff and George Soros are behind it all.

Look... how ironic is it that 4 DAYS after the supposed "Underwear Bomber" incident (which in my mind is a whole load of BS), Rapidscan gets a $165 million dollar contract? Connect the dots here. Sorros owns almost 11,000 shares of stock in OSI Systems, Inc... the parent company of Rapid Scan.

Chertoff PUSHED for these stupid scanners while he was head of Homeland Security. Chertoffs consulting company's name is? Dun dah dah dahhh.... RAPIDSCAN.

Come on.. conflict of interest much? Now you have Janet Napolitano screaming left and right about how the TSA is fair and does nothing wrong and no one ever complains about it. We're all just CRAZY for even considering that what the TSA does is wrong.

It's all a game. Its all about money money money. Just like the wars. Its always been about money.

posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 01:58 PM
reply to post by DerekJR321

Chertoff and Soros know where terrorism comes from. They know there is no need to subject people to this treatment in the name of security. And they are both very rich. I would have to know exactly how big a buisness those scanners would be for them, but for now my money is on

1. Psychological warfare, maybe even irridiating the public in the process.

And 2. what another poster said, fear that the population might flee with their cash on them, but so far there is little risk of it.

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