TSA: About Control

So, while there still are people who claim the TSA is doing what they’re doing for safety, this story makes it very, very clear that this has absolutely nothing to do with safety.

In the story, a man strips instead of submitting to a groping. He strips down to his underwear. At the point, it is obvious to everyone that he has no explosives. So, at this point, Mr. Wolanyk is no danger to anyone. So what does the TSA do? They arrest him.

Again, after making it very obvious that Mr. Wolanyk has NO weapons or explosives or ANY kind of prohibited item, the TSA arrests him. On what charges? Failing to complete the security scan and — get this, it’s a new one — illegally recording!

The TSA is making this clear — they are NOT going to back down. Instead, they have identified the enemy, and it is people. The TSA has increased the odds. If you now refuse to follow their orders — any orders — you will be jailed and fined. If you do not submit, or attempt to record them, you will be jailed. This, very clearly, has absolutely NOTHING to do with anyone’s security. You are guilty beyond any reasonable doubt if you enter an airport, period. Oh sure, they’re just “following orders.”

I found this post interesting. In it, various TSA officers are reported as saying how sad they are for the comments they get from people. My response? Too bad they’re not getting more comments. Nope, sorry, I have NO PITY for these people. They are scum (and I really don’t say that lightly). If your job is really that bad, quit! I’m serious. Maybe that’s the only way to get these bastards to stop — keep insulting them until enough of them quit that the TSA just can’t do their “job” any more. The TSA agents are NOT “people like everyone else.” They’re people who are molesting and arresting others.

On the good side, perhaps this will be enough to finally wake people up and start a revolution for freedom. Hey, I can dream.

Gunline

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5 Responses to “TSA: About Control”

  1. Macker says:

    Perhaps we should refer to them as the T卐A?

  2. Mr. Ogre says:

    Certainly accurate.

  3. I can’t imagine that any of the TSA agents will quit their jobs.

    Honestly, I can’t see how we’re going to win against this unlawful search crap.

  4. Ogre says:

    Indeed, AOW, I think the battle is already done. They have already won because I won’t fly. I’m being punished, my Congressional Representatives don’t give a damn. I have no recourse.

  5. Blake says:

    Our government, AND US, THE PUBLIC, have begun surrendering our rights, just for the ILLUSION of security.
    We have NEVER, I repeat, NEVER have had, other than 9/11, any domestic terrorism threat- everything has come from overseas- but now, instead of saying, Hey- we’ll beat the snot out of any threat that comes our way, we surrender that choice to the TSA and our government- I would rather my dog be in charge- now she’s smart.
    Profiling works- quit the BS and use it.