posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 10:14 PM
reply to post by theAnswer1111
That power participation theory he talks about in the 1st minute to me stands out and has never been more evidenced than in TSA or DHS.
I almost sold my first car, back when I sold cars it was 2006 i think, to a guy that had just completed his DHS trainng and was going to be making
$52k a year. He was about 6'4" 425lbs with bumps all over his columnar like white legs & his distant stare & breathing through his open mouth. His dad
told me I better give a good deal cuz his boy was making a sacrifice for our country.
I remember the bank wouldnt buy the loan his credit was so bad. This was during a time they almost approved everybody I sent to finance. I remember
his dad telling me it was a bad time for my future because i didnt appreciate his son making a sacrifice to keep me safe from terrorists. His son was
going to do it anyway but they were going somewhere else. His dad told him to wait there while he went and got the truck. While his dad was gone I
asked him so what are you going to be doing for DHS ? He said he didnt know they hadnt told him yet. He just finished training. I shuttered.
I thought first he wasnt the one that was going to be making the sacrifice. Second after watching his dad order him around i couldn't help but think
that DHS thought they did find themselves a good'ern that wont ask no stupid questions.
I often reflect on that frightful day everytime i hear a TSA groping story. I havent flown since then. When i shared it with my sales manager he asked
me what did I care? Go sell a car!
I wish I could've brought him to this day. I doubt if he would care now even.
That theory is what scares me. We saw it in New Orleans in gun seizurs. We see it in TSA groping kids. You take the powerless & let them "share" in
your authori-tie. How evilly genius. I am going to read that book.
Thanks for sharing. S&F
edit on 21-1-2013 by sirjunlegun because: (no reason given)