Monday, November 15, 2010

Abolish the TSA Part 2: The Government in the Pornography Business

As I mentioned in my previous post, the government has began molesting innocent American citizens, but that's not all. They are also in the business of forcefully taking pornographic images of American citizens and saving them.  These images come from the Body Scanners that the TSA is using. The Body scanners are used to take a picture the looks beneath the clothes of a person to see if they are carrying any weapons.  The picture is automatically saved to a computer instead of deletes so employees of the TSA can look it up at anytime. The TSA claims that there is nothing wrong with the body scanners and I want to look at each claim they make.

1. The Body Scanner images do not show details of the genitalia: That is absolutely wrong. The images show every detail of the victim's body including their genitals. Not only does the image that comes out show the details, the color can be inverted to show the way the person exactly. An inverted photo can be seen here. And as you can see, every detail is viewable on that woman's body proving that the TSA has lied. It is obvious that these photos, since they are saved, can be used as pornography without the consent of the victim in the photo. In fact, we can already see it happening. It has happened in Lagos. It is obvious that since these images show the details of a body, any image taken of a child is child pornography and in violation of the Protection of Children Act of 1978. Every official in the TSA that has agreed to put these in airports should be arrested.

2. They give you a choice to opt of being scanned: The choice isn't really a choice at all. Either you have a picture of your naked body taken against your will or you opt out and get molested by a TSA. Both "choices" are intrusive and illegal violation of the fundamental rights of an American Citizen.

3. The Body Scanners are effective in finding bombs that terrorists hide: That is wrong. It may find some, but not all. Rafi Sela, leading Israeli airport security expert, said, "“I don’t know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747. That’s why we haven’t put them in our airport.” He brought enough explosives through a body scanner to bring down a 747 and yet the TSA claims these are effective? Bull.

4. The Images aren't saved: Yeah. Obviously.

Airport security is no longer about protecting people. It is about creating a system that takes away the rights of the people. The more government you have the more opression you will always have. Government wants one thing: Power and they are willing to eradicate anyone's rights in order to get that power.

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