reply to post by RagnarDanniskjold
Hi Ragnar Danniskjold,
So far it has all the hallmarks of a typical Manchurian Candidate shooting. Either the wounded perpetrator will die from his wounds before speaking,
commit suicide prior to trial or somehow be unable to remember anything about what happened.
Who benefits? Big Brother. Now they have ATS agents clamoring for armed guards at every checkpoint. That's great, next they'll have somebody shoot a
cop in front of your driveway and the police union will demand a full-time sniper pointed at your doorstep. This is the Police State building up using
a False Flag attack. Otherwise they would have said that it was an upset TSA agent, and not some anonymous crank hating the institution and putting
all agents at risk. There is even the possibility that this was a staged event, similarly to the Giffords shooting in Tucson, Arizona.
TSA union calls for armed guards at every
Was the casualty, ATS agent, chosen to incarnate the perfect martyr in order to best impact public opinion, or was he possibly an infiltrator into ATS
preparing to become a whistleblower? There are indeed whistleblowers at TSA as this article attests:
TSA behavior detection officers will be retrained after profiling complaints
Hernandez's house had been recently burglarized which could have been a disguised search for incriminating information. If so he would have been
chosen for convenient elimination using the shooting as an execution mechanism. Might he have been also allied with the alleged perpetrator of the
shooting, ATS agent Paul CIAnCIA? If so maybe they were both plants from another agency seeking inside information, like Lee Harvey Oswald who was a
secret agent for J.Edgar Hoover infiltrating a CIA operation to destabilize Cuba? Or maybe Paul CIAnCIA had told too much to Gerardo Hernandez, who
possibly reported him to his superiors, in so doing making him a potential security risk to be eliminated at all costs?
Maybe there have been deeper investigations into the legitimacy of TSA and it serving a hidden agenda, prompted by the Congressional inquiry through
the Government Accountability Office? In 2010 they denounced TSA's ineffective and potentially racist behavioral screening program in which the
casualty of this attack worked.
TSA behavior detection efforts missed alleged terrorists
TSA's behavioral detection program is also a measure of invasion of privacy into the private lives of every citizen traveling anywhere. They ask
personal questions and delve deeper than is in any way appropriate, allegedly to detect the one in a billion potential bad guy. This smacks of Big
Brother invading our lives more even than the standard monitoring of our phone conversations or idle restroom banter. They schmoose up to you and
inquire about every detail of your life and trip as can be verified in the following article:
"The TSA's "behavior detection" program continues to roll out, unimpeded by accusations of racial profiling or the fact that 725,000 travelers
have been questioned without turning up a single terrorist. This extra step in the ongoing, ever-expanding War at Home on Terror is bringing the fun
of living in a dictatorship to the unsuspecting citizens of a federal republic."
The TSA's Infamous 'Behavior Detection' In Action: Mandatory 'Chats' About Every Detail Of Your Trip
In any case Homeland Security seeks further militarization of airports. They already have armed personnel on every flight in the form of Air Marshals.
There are already armed security guards in airports. Maybe there's another reason for this. There is money to be made arming and training ATS agents,
which can come from huge budgets from Capitol Hill as well as by increasing already exorbitant Airport taxes. A financial motive behind the attack can
be more easily alleged when one considers the context of cuts in TSA monies, which Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano vehemently
protested with menaces last February.
"My advice to the president is stop the campaigning, stop sending out your cabinet secretaries to scare the American people,” Jindal said
Sunday on “Meet the Press.”
"As part of the effort to force more than $1 trillion in spending cuts over the next 10 years, the sequestration law would require $85 billion in
reductions to 2013 spending if they are implemented after March 1."
Homeland Security chief warns
of long TSA lines from sequester
We can ask ourselves if the president didn't send his cabinet secretary, Janet Napolitano, to scare the American public with a False Flag attack to
muster support for both larger budgets and greater paramilitary control of our public spaces. Once ATS agents are armed, Homeland Security can more
effectively round up all dissidents, truthseekers and conspiracy forum members, preventing them from accessing departing flights to safety. This also
opens the way for arming more Homeland Security agents in other public areas.
This event is disturbingly convenient as it supports Homeland Security's pre-existing strategy to arm TSA agents, an intention which was manifest in
the months prior this incident as you will see below. This makes the LAX Airport shooting more likely to be a typical False Flag attack, enacted to
ensure that the public, already very upset at TSA and demanding its dismantlement, cannot protest. Let's examine an article by Paul Joseph Watson of
Infowars dated July 2, 2013 at the following link.
Is Homeland Security Set to Arm TSA Agents ?
"Why would the TSA want to train its employees to use firearms at a facility close to a major airport when currently TSA agents working inside
US airports are not armed?"
"Federal air marshals acting under the jurisdiction of the TSA are currently armed, but the scope of the firearms range the TSA is seeking to acquire
clearly suggests it will be used on a much more widespread basis than simply for training air marshals."
This conveniently timed shooting occurs as Congress is stepping up efforts to reform TSA and cut its budget, as evidenced by an Inspector General's
report on how TSA is both ineffective and inefficient.
"The audit was requested by Representative Bennie Thompson (D-Mississippi), who says the report provides one more proof of TSA’s failure to
detect suspicious behavior. Thompson said he is now drafting an amendment to the TSA spending bill which will prevent more funding for the “failed
and misguided effort”."
TSA’s behavior detection program
not cost effective: DHS IG
News to be followed for possible confirmation in future developments.
edit on 3-11-2013 by Getsmart because: TSA and Homeland Security are setting up a Neo-Nazi fascist NWO in the USA !