As we have been warning all along, the tyranny now being
metered out at airports was always intended to be rolled out onto the streets, with mobile metal detectors already
being stationed at various transport hubs in the UK in the name of stopping knife crime.
U.S. government has purchased mobile X-ray vans to scan people and vehicles at sporting
events, road stops and even at random.
The encroaching Big Brother
nightmare has escalated even further with a recent announcement that the U.S. government has purchased mobile
X-ray vans to scan people and vehicles at sporting events, road stops and even at random.
scanners are being readied to go mobile and scan you on the street, at football games and any other event
where masses of people are congregated, according to a leaked paper written by Dutch authorities.
As we have been warning all along, the tyranny now being metered out at airports
was always intended to be rolled out onto the streets, with mobile metal detectors already being stationed at
various transport hubs in the UK in the name of stopping knife crime.
Now Dutch police have announced that they are developing a mobile scanner that
will “see through people’s clothing and look for concealed weapons”.
According to a confidential document, “The scanner could first be used as an
alternative to random body searches in high risk areas. The mobile detector would enable the search to be carried
out more quickly and would only be used on people suspected of carrying concealed weapons,”reports Dutch News.nl.
The device would also be used from a distance on groups of people “and mass scans
on crowds at events such as football matches.”
“The biggest challenge is making it portable and ensuring it can carry out a scan
in seconds,” Giampiero Gerini, a professor at Eindhoven University, told the paper.
The aim is to develop and deploy the device within three years. With police in
major American and British cities already carrying out random searches of innocent people under routinely abused
terrorism laws, mobile scanners are likely to be added to their arsenal, especially if people have been trained to
accept their use as routine in airports.
ago,leaked documents out of the Home Office
authorities in the UK were working on proposals to fit lamp posts with CCTV cameras that would X-ray scan
passers-by and “undress them” in order to “trap terror suspects”.
“The questions are when is this a useful addition to security and when does it
become unduly intrusive and worrying to the public?” said Professor Paul Wilkinson, a terrorism expert.
Since everything that we see being installed at the airports is now gradually
being introduced on the streets, how long will it be before mind-reading devices that scan individuals for
behavioral psychology, now being discussed for use in airports, are stationed on every major street
The technologies now being prepared not just for the airport, but for our
everyday lives, are far more frightening and technologically advanced than anything George Orwell wrote about in
1984. Unless we stand up in unison and say enough is enough, our world will become a literal hi-tech prison grid
characterized by a caste system of slaves and controllers.
The encroaching Big Brother
nightmare has escalated even further with a recent announcement that the U.S. government has purchased mobile X-ray
vans to scan people and vehicles at sporting events, road stops and even at random. The initiative is part of
alleged counter-terror efforts that include improving the ability to detect bombs, weapons and other contraband
that may potentially be used in a terrorist attack.
The custom-made radiation vans are produced by American Science & Engineering, a Billerica, Mass.-based
company that has already sold more than 500 Z Backscatter Vans, or ZBVs, to both U.S. and foreign governments. The
radiating technology installed in the vans is the same as that found in full-body airport scanners, which were also
fuel for recent controversy over their encroachment of personal freedoms.
“This really trips up the creep factor because it’s one of those things that you sort of intrinsically think the
government shouldn’t be doing,” Frederick Lane,
author of American Privacy, is cited as saying in a recent Yahoo! Newsarticle. “[L]egally, the issue is the boundary between the
government’s legitimate security interest and privacy expectations we enjoy in our cars.”
According to the report, U.S. law enforcement officials have already deployed many of these ZBVs in cities
across the country, including in a recent operation near Atlanta, Ga., where the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security (DHS) used vans to scan random vehicles.
Many are concerned not only about the technology’s blatant and unconstitutional invasion of privacy, but also
about the health effects of blasting large doses of
ionizing radiation at people and vehicles
without warrant. Since such activity is technically physical assault, criminal and civil lawsuits against federal
and state authorities that engage in it are likely to arise.
To read more about the negative health impacts of ionizing radiation, check out this earlier NaturalNews.com
article about airport body scanners:
“Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum of national security…you have to be realistic that this is
another way in which the government is capturing information,” Lane went on to say. “I just have some real problems
with the idea of even beginning a campaign of rolling surveillance of American citizens, which is what this
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American Science and Engineering (ASEI) says it received a multimillion dollar order for a Middle
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Police to Get X-Ray Scanner For Vehicle Inspections &
“Public Safety” Handheld version of 'roving street scanner' to snoop on contents of
by Paul Joseph Watson | June 23, 2014
A new portable backscatter device designed to perform
x-rays of objects is set to be used by police departments to inspect vehicles as well as for “public safety,”
according to the company behind the new scanner.
The video for the handheld MINI Z Backscatter
imaging scanner, developed by American Science and Engineering Inc (AS&E), brags that it will “allow operators
to see more than ever in more places than ever.”
The scanner will be used by “law enforcement, first responders, border control, event security,
maritime police and general aviation security,” in order to search for currency, drugs and explosives. Police will
use the device to inspect “vehicle bumpers, tires, panels and interiors” and to detect IEDs.
According to AS&E, the scanner represents a “game changer” for law enforcement and border patrol and
will be used to ensure “public safety.” However, the company admits that the device “is not designed to scan
people” because it emits radiation.
The technology is based on a previous larger incarnation of x-ray scanner that was deployed via
trucks to conduct roving scans of other vehicles on American streets and highways.
In 2010 it emerged that American Science & Engineering had sold many of the larger devices to
U.S. law enforcement agencies, who were already using them on the streets for “security” purposes.
The company’s founder, Joe Reiss, told
Forbes that more than 500 backscatter x-ray devices were already being used domestically by U.S.
authorities and were being, “driven past neighboring vehicles to see their contents.”
Commenting on the roving x-ray vans, EPIC’s Marc Rotenberg warned, “Without a warrant, the
government doesn’t have a right to peer beneath your clothes without probable cause. Even airport scans are
typically used only as a secondary security measure. If the scans can only be used in exceptional cases in
airports, the idea that they can be used routinely on city streets is a very hard argument to make.”
noted how the ultimate end use of body scanners would not be limited to airports, and that they were going
to be rolled out on the streets as mobile units that would scan vehicles at checkpoints as well as individuals and
crowds attending public events.
Dutch police later announced that they were developing a mobile scanner that would “see through
people’s clothing and look for concealed weapons” and that it would be used “as an alternative to random body
searches in high risk areas”.
The device would also be used from a distance on groups of people “and mass scans on crowds at
events such as football matches.”
The plans mirrored leaked documents out
of the UK Home Office three years prior, which revealed that authorities in the UK were working on proposals to fit
lamp posts with CCTV cameras that would X-ray scan passers-by and “undress them” in order to “trap terror
Infowars is set to commission a poll by a professional polling agency that will ask Americans if
they are willing to submit to a TSA anal cavity search in order to fly. We reckon a solid 10-20 per cent would say
yes. What other questions should be asked in order to illustrate how much indignity travelers will tolerate?
How could there be aWar on Terror and actually say that we're having
awar against terrorism, and leave the
borders wide open? If you were the President of the United States, or I were the President of the United States,
and9/11 really happened the way they
want us to believe it happened, the first thing you would do is shut down the borders, so people couldn't get in
the country to harm you. But they left the borders wide open. Becausethe bankers want the borders open, because they want
aone-world government. They
want a North American Union. They don't want borders
here.9/11 was only a manifestation.
It was done to create afear in the
American public, so that we willobey what they want us to do.