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“We Touch Your Crotch Or You Don’t Fly!” TSA In Their Own Words …

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posted on May, 23 2011 @ 05:52 PM
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Damnit people stop bickering what they can and cannot do. We are a free people given our freedom by God The most high not the imagined american govt. or tsa. how much longer are you going to post youtube video or call radio stations saying how this is a crime POINT BLANK IF YOU DONT LIKE IT DO SOMETHING TO STOP IT. stand up for yourselves please.




posted on May, 23 2011 @ 05:52 PM
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Damnit people stop bickering what they can and cannot do. We are a free people given our freedom by God The most high not the imagined american govt. or tsa. how much longer are you going to post youtube video or call radio stations saying how this is a crime POINT BLANK IF YOU DONT LIKE IT DO SOMETHING TO STOP IT. stand up for yourselves please.



posted on May, 23 2011 @ 06:02 PM
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Serious:

That is Wrong, I dont agree with that AT ALL! FFS gate guard #1 could look like Trauma victim #1s reason for being Tramatized! things can bring back BAD memories for 1. 2 Invasion of privacy...witch...is a "Right" (Should be called privlages) 3. just wrong....

Non-Serious:
I would just tell the guard that i want skin on skin and he has to go all the way if he wants to go that far!



posted on May, 23 2011 @ 06:16 PM
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Last week was the first time I have ever flown. I got forced into it due to a required business trip. Usually I drive however this trip was too far. I was so paranoid about everything. I could not get people to understand I was not afraid of being in the air it was about getting through security. I made sure to pack only what was required. I went with two other individuals one got stopped going over a small can of powered capaccino. The other was stopped and searched on the return trip due to her bra having wire in it. I saw and spoke to a woman who was very upset. She was a retired veteran and had a knee replacement. She had been put through a complete search. The only problem I had was a stewardess who made me put my purse in the over compartment several rows behind my seat. When I complained she became very aggressive. I bit my lip and stared out the window the rest of the trip. I was concerned I would be accused of something and get arrested when we landed. I was never so glad to get out of there.



posted on May, 23 2011 @ 10:14 PM
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I appreciate your story and honesty.

I can feel for you. Each time I had to go through security I thought....

"a few trained men with some automatics could walk up to the pre-boarding line and start wiping people out.... Not one thing any of those TSA folks could have done.

I think it is time to start to get Congress involved. They have passed the point of proper seaching and they are working right anyway.....

TSA has become a huge gov't organization that just got to UNIONIZE- a.k.a. became members of the contributing donations to the Democratic Party... That is the biggest reason Obama has let the TSA grow.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:22 AM
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Damn right. I gave up my job as a pharmaceutical rep so I wouldn't have to fly anymore. I am starting a business so I can charter a jet when I need to. My government motivates me to find ways around their rules, regulations and the illegal violations of my rights. I will leave this country before I submit to their draconian socialist controls.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:43 AM
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learn to fly a plane, then they can kiss your ass

I bet the corporate elites flying in corporate jets don't get their genitals inspected by TSA, they have hookers for that



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 02:06 AM
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You think it is the corporations forcing the TSA scope and grope? No. Do you think Delta has a say in what type of screening its passengers get? No.

I know if I could afford the time and money to get training and a plane, I would fly myself everywhere I would need to go. To anyone who uses the airlines by choice, and who aren't constrained by their work forcing them or time, they are allowing this system. I will never fly anywhere commercially unless forced to by work or time constraints (non-leisure.)

LISTEN UP PEOPLE: Your SAFETY is an ILLUSION. Your LOSS of FREEDOM is a REALITY.
edit on 24-5-2011 by Wolf321 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 02:22 AM
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They need to copy Israel method of catching terrorist. I don't have a problem with metal detectors or dogs that check for bombs, weapons or drugs.

People will boycott a TV show over a host calling players on a basketball team "nappy headed hoes" but won't do jack to stand up for our constitutional rights. All it would take is everyone to stop flying for two weeks and i bet the air lines would stand behind the people and demand an end to all illegal searches.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 07:27 AM
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I concur. They seem to be doing pretty good at with their security.

I think it is crazy that the US then says... the system wouldn't work here! Really.

What I like about it most is they can hit you up the second you enter onto the property. As I said in an earlier post... the way it is now, someone can walk into an airport, walk up to security--- an open up with firepower at all the people standing in lines. They don't have to get to the planes.

One thing for sure- WE haven't learned from 9/11



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 09:45 AM
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WELL, LISTEN UP HERE: I CAN USE COLORS and CAPS. as well AND THIS so CALLED loss of FREEDOM, is nothing more than a fairy tale.
I have seen no law that says that I must be searched,
I do not see George Soros getting searched,
I do not see Bill Gates getting searched.
Delta airlines is a publicly traded company, so I imagine the major stockholders get their way.
Now if Delta wanted to, I'm sure they could buy land and start their own airport and just not invite the tsa.
But why would they?
Any stockholder with enough money, I'm sure would have their own private aircraft and never have to worry about being violated.
I have always said, "You get the justice you can afford", this still seems to hold true nowadays.
Do you understand what I'm saying?
The tsa is at major airports, the tsa is not at small airports.
Heck, there's even a neighborhood near Sacramento, CA. it has airplane garages and a freeway size neighborhood streets so the homeowners can fly in and out.
These folks do not suffer the tsa.
Don't you think if these folk were trying to get out of a federal law, the feds wouldn't shut them down quicker than a community ran farmers co-op?
We know that is the fact, Big Gumment hates to be squeezed out of their cash.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 11:07 AM
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I have seen no law that says that I must be searched,


Yea, well this kid and mom thought like you I bet..


A picture of Transportation Security Administration agents patting down an 8-month-old baby at Kansas City International Airport has sparked controversy over what constitutes an actual terror threat on airplanes.

Later, the TSA released the following statement: "TSA has reviewed the screening of this family and determined that the officers involved followed proper current screening procedures. After the child’s stroller alarmed during explosives screening, officers followed protocol to conduct additional screening on members of the family, who were very cooperative."

Source: www.baltimoresun.com...

I hope the kid left a HUGE Stinker Bomb as they did the search. Honest to Pete.... look what this has become.

Looking again at the picture,,, it sure looks like those 2 TSAers like doing their jobs....



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 11:17 AM
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I agree. I won't participate in security theater unless I am getting paid union scale.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 11:23 AM
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I travel for work and sadly must fly, because time wise it is not even feasible to drive. I have seen them pat down children, old people, women and men. I get x-rayed or patted down, or both nearly every time. I hate it, and if I had any option I would refuse. But what makes me sick, is hearing people in line going on about how much safer they feel now with increased measures. Sheeple in this country are almost ready for the shearing. Just a matter of time.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 11:29 AM
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I'd pay extra for a good pat down, including my crotch, if i can select the lady who's going to do it.
Happy days



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 11:31 AM
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You are incorrect sir,
This Mother does not think like I do.
First I would not give up my rights for security.
Second I would not surrender someone else's (IE my children) for the same.
If this means i do not have a right to fly, well I was no Constitutional scholar but I will have to read up on my "Right to flight".
But I imagine my freedoms end where someone (IE pilot, stewardess, stockholders, other passengers) else's begins.
After further investigation I cannot find the or any "right to fly".
But I may travel unimpeded in my own vehicle.
Be it car, boat or plane.

(Edit)
I have "still" seen no law that says that I must be searched when flying.
People avoid the search everyday, while using their own aircraft.
edit on 24-5-2011 by g146541 because: to add



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by anumohi
learn to fly a plane, then they can kiss your ass

I bet the corporate elites flying in corporate jets don't get their genitals inspected by TSA, they have hookers for that
I know how to fly small planes, but I cannot afford one. Even that would not help me when I have to fly out of the country.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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Your right. Everyone who complains about their rights being taken away should learn to fly and be able to purchase, operate and store their own personal aircraft. /sarcasm

The government makes these requirements for screenings NOT the airlines themselves.


Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Chapter XII, Subchapter C contains Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) rules for civil aviation security.

Part 1542 Airport Security
Requires airport operators to adopt and carry out a security program approved by TSA. It describes requirements for security programs, including establishing secured areas, air operations areas, security identification display areas, and access control systems. This part also contains requirements for fingerprint-based criminal history record checks of specified individuals. This part describes the requirements related to Security Directives issued to airport operators.

Part 1544 Aircraft Operator Security: Air Carriers and Commercial Operators
Applies to certain aircraft operators holding operating certificates for scheduled passenger operations, public charter passenger operations, private charter passenger operations, and other aircraft operators. This part requires such operators to adopt and carry out a security program approved by TSA. It contains requirements for screening of passengers and property. This part also describes requirements applicable to law enforcement officers flying armed aboard an aircraft, as well as requirements for fingerprint based criminal history record checks of specified individuals. This part describes the requirements related to Security Directives issued to aircraft operators.


TSA Rules for Civil Aviation

Face it, the government has both the airlines and the peoples b@lls squeezed both figuratively and literally.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 04:38 PM
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Thank you for the info and link. I was looking for something like that but got onto something else.

Yes, they do have us BUT, we can fight back-legislatively.

Enough people bitching and things can change.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 07:16 PM
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Nice article you got there.
one question though please?
How do the folks with their own aircraft fly and not get groped by the tsa.
Apparently flying does not need to go with radiation and groping.

(Edit)
Bottom line,
We do have our 4th Ammendement, but we do not have the right to fly.
This is a priveledge that has been taken away from some.
edit on 24-5-2011 by g146541 because: right to fly



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