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Originally posted by AzureSky
Im happy i live in Canada at this juncture. As we do not have such a thing here, we do have airport security. Last time i went through they used wands and such and didn't lay a hand on me.
Needless to say, if some sort of TSA style group were to pop up here and start frisking people getting on buses, trains, subways. Well. I as a canadian citizen would have something to say about it. And well, since they do not have any real power or right to touch me. If one did. I would be in my right to defend myself.
And i would gain real satisfaction from defending myself
Originally posted by yourmamaknows
reply to post by Observer99
We could let something other worldly knock the snot out of the NWO.
It could be our champion. A redeemer for the little people, a reminder for the powerful.
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by ShakaDoodle
Air ports are safer by far and the users are usually wealthy people who don't usually do much. Bus and train stops are different. If the TSA tried something on a gangster or something, you're going to begin seeing a lot of TSA deaths.
Originally posted by mb2591
WTF is a sturmabteilung? Don't say tsa agent please
The Sturmabteilung (SA) (German pronunciation: [ˈʃtʊʁmʔapˌtaɪlʊŋ] ( listen); English: Storm Detachment; or English: Stormtroopers) functioned as a paramilitary organization of the German Nazi Party. It played a key role in Adolf Hitler's rise to power in the 1920s and 1930s. SA men were often called "brownshirts" for the colour of their uniforms (similar to Benito Mussolini's blackshirts).
The SA was the first Nazi paramilitary group to develop pseudo-military titles for bestowal upon its members. The SA ranks were adopted by several other Nazi Party groups, chief amongst them the SS, itself originally a branch of the SA. Brown-coloured shirts were chosen as the SA uniform because a large batch of them were cheaply available after World War I, having originally been ordered during the war for colonial troops posted to Germany's former African colonies.
The SA became largely irrelevant after Adolf Hitler ordered the "Blood Purge" of 1934. This event became known as the Night of the Long Knives. After it occurred, the SA was effectively superseded by the SS, though never formally dissolved.