Friday, April 15, 2011

CNN: "Arrogantly Complaining" About TSA Security May Land You on "Love Pat"

That's how the government trains people to be just "right". And remember, this added so-called "security" at the nation's airports (and bus stations and railroad stations) came on Prez Obama's order after the suspicious printer ink cartridge was allegedly shipped from Yemen and addressed to Chicago-area synagogues.

Printer cartridge from Yemen => sexual assaults at the airports in the USA

Do you see a connection? I don't.

CNN warns you (4/15/2011) that:

TSA security looks at people who complain about ... TSA security

Washington (CNN) -- Don't like the way airport screeners are doing their job? You might not want to complain too much while standing in line.

Arrogant complaining about airport security is one indicator Transportation Security Administration officers consider when looking for possible criminals and terrorists, CNN has learned exclusively. And, when combined with other behavioral indicators, it could result in a traveler facing additional scrutiny.

CNN has obtained a list of roughly 70 "behavioral indicators" that TSA behavior detection officers use to identify potentially "high risk" passengers at the nation's airports.

Many of the indicators, as characterized in open government reports, are behaviors and appearances that may be indicative of stress, fear or deception. None of them, as the TSA has long said, refer to or suggest race, religion or ethnicity.

But one addresses passengers' attitudes towards security, and how they express those attitudes.

It reads: "Very arrogant and expresses contempt against airport passenger procedures."

....But a civil liberties organization said the list should not include behavior relating to the expression of opinions, even arrogant expressions of opinion.

"Expressing your contempt about airport procedures -- that's a First Amendment-protected right," said Michael German, a former FBI agent who now works as legal counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union. "We all have the right to express our views, and particularly in a situation where the government is demanding the ability to search you."

"It's circular reasoning where, you know, I'm going to ask someone to surrender their rights; if they refuse, that's evidence that I need to take their rights away from them. And it's simply inappropriate," he said.

What the hell does "arrogant" contempt mean? Arrogant to whom? TSA workers? When they are the ones who are arrogant and contemptible toward us?

I'm sure you have seen this disgusting video of a black female TSA employee patting down a blond 6-year-old girl, putting her hands inside the girl's pants.

And the country rolls over. An accepted part of being in the land of the free.


Robbie 001 said...

@arevamirpal::laprimavera has the Ministry of Truth notified the Ministry of Love to block or amend your Japanese blog for "Thoughtcrime" yet? You might want to make sure you have a good copy of your Jblog in case you need to resurrect it in the future. It sounds like they are going to erase information they find "illegal".

"Now the Japanese government has moved to crack down on independent reportage and criticism of the government’s policies in the wake of the disaster by deciding what citizens may or may not talk about in public. A new project team has been created by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication, the National Police Agency, and METI to combat “rumors” deemed harmful to Japanese security in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.

The government charges that the damage caused by earthquakes and by the nuclear accident are being magnified by irresponsible rumors, and the government must take action for the sake of the public good. The project team has begun to send “letters of request” to such organizations as telephone companies, internet providers, cable television stations, and others, demanding that they “take adequate measures based on the guidelines in response to illegal information. ”The measures include erasing any information from internet sites that the authorities deem harmful to public order and morality."

It looks like we'll just have to get used to it, the wagons are circled and the industry/government is in full "Shut up, everything is fine mode". From the article link below it seems some of the local population is going to be a willing participant in this mantra because it is easier than thinking the unthinkable. This will probably make it even harder to get the true story from the locals in the future when the true effects start to manifest.

Sorry, this was a bit off topic I just didn’t want it to get buried. As far as TSA goes the squeaky wheels usually get the grease (and then a gloved finger).

arevamirpal::laprimavera said...

My Japanese blog is stalked by someone (or some people) who post some idiotic remarks in support of anything government and official. I can guess where they're from. Probably the same people who stalked this English blog for a while and totally blocked by Google.

What makes me immensely sad is that the Japanese people seem to have decided to get themselves and their children and grandchildren irradiated just to pretend everything is OK. A grand delusion. They've decided to damage their gene pool forever, and laugh at Koreans who yanked their kids from school when radioactive rain was falling.

arevamirpal::laprimavera said...

Amusing tweet by an ex-follower of my blog also, saying I'm a racist because I mentioned that the TSA employee was black. What a country.

Anonymous said...

@ Robbie,

not only the Japanese govt., but the international nuclear community also has censoring operations in motion.

As I posted in other threads, criticalities are the 'norm' for Reactor 3, lol,

"Then in 2007, the utility said it hadn’t come entirely clean five years earlier. It had concealed at least six emergency stoppages at its Fukushima Dai-Ichi power station and a “critical” reaction at the plant’s No. 3 unit that lasted for seven hours."

Reactor was rather obviously a 'boosted' explosion, categorically different than #1 and #4's. Followed up with precision measurements? No, talked down. If measurements were made, results were suppressed.

"What makes me immensely sad is that the Japanese people seem to have decided to get themselves and their children and grandchildren irradiated just to pretend everything is OK. A grand delusion. "

@ areva,
immensely sad it is, giving it all away
Their lives are being scammed away by a corporation with so little reserves it didn't even bother to check the disaster's evolution, as certain an evolution as .. well, watch.

Fictitious finance killing hope.

the Censoring Business & Fictitious Finance

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