According to a 7/11/2008 article in TheAge.com.au, entitled "New airport scanners see through clothes," the ever-intrusive and ever-aggressive Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will now be able to ogle the private parts of airport travelers.
"While it allows the security screeners - looking at the images in a separate room - to clearly see the passenger's sexual organs as well as other details of their bodies, the passenger's face is blurred, TSA said in a statement on its website."
Oh, thank goodness! While my face (public part) will not be violated, my private parts will. What a wonderful consolation!
'Besides masking their faces, the TSA says on its website, the images made "will not be printed stored or transmitted".
"Once the transportation security officer has viewed the image and resolved anomalies, the image is erased from the screen permanently. The officer is unable to print, export, store or transmit the image."'
Is there any more proof needed to understand that We the People are considered stupid, naive and gullible by our politicians and lawmakers?
Is it so hard to imagine the next President suddenly declaring that he suspects there are terorists living among us, and that we now need to record the TSA's nudie-pic scans into a national database? Or, better yet, that they've been doing it all along, for our own security and protection?
Here is what the highest Law of our Land says about this TSA Adult Toy:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
The TSA (a government beaurocracy) has clearly violated our 4th Amendment!
Here is what Tom Chartier has said in an article on this same topic:
"would you feel secure in your person while standing in a peep booth at the airport during your holiday trek across country to grandmother’s house? Do you think see through scanners might be unreasonable searches? And where’s the probable cause, warrant and oath or affirmation describing the place to be searched? Do we have to go to the dirty bookstore to find it? Do you suppose you might feel violated?"
Has anyone noticed that our Constitutional rights are being ever-increasingly violated under the pretext of terrorism? If this trend continues, one day soon the Constitution in whole will be suspended, along with all of the liberties and protection from tyrannical government inherent within it!
When one tracks the ever increasing violations against the Constitution, it is not hard to fathom the idea that the complete eradication of this document is the main goal of our government; that government is removing the Constitution (gradually so as not to completely shock us into rebellion) from the place of power where it belongs.
If this idea is hard to swallow, then let's consider President Bush's sentiment towards the Constitution, where he angrily spewed that the Constitution is "just a goddamn piece of paper!"
No, Mr. President. Toilet paper is just a goddamn piece of paper. The Constitution is the Supreme Law of the United States of America! You're not allowed to wipe your ass with it.
Here are a couple of interesting videos of interest concerning the destruction of the Constitution: