With the grassroots backlash over the TSA’s obscene pat-downs growing
by the day, it’s becoming fairly obvious that the only way the U.S. government is going to get the public to accept
these Fourth Amendment violations is if there is another “terrorist incident” that’s stopped by the TSA and its
naked body scanners
The TSA has quietly admitted there is no actual “threat-addressing”
basis for employing nude body scanners or invasive pat down procedures at airports, a notion many travelers who are
weary of the federal agency’s borderline sexual molestation have long suspected but were hard-pressed to prove.
(See Article Below)
With the grassroots backlash over the TSA’s obscene
pat-downs growing by the day, it’s becoming fairly obvious that the only way the U.S. government is going to get
the public to accept these Fourth Amendment violations is if there is another “terrorist incident” that’s stopped
by the TSA and its naked body scanners.
Be on the watch for a “staged” security event designed to convince the American people
that they need to give up yet more freedoms in the name of police-state security.
So far, the TSA is molesting children, teens and grannies without being able to demonstrate that this gross
violation of Americans’ Fourth Amendment rights is having any effect whatsoever on improving air travel safety. But if there’s anything to be learned from 9/11, it’s that the sheeple are always willing to give up their
rights if they can be scared into doing so. (http://www.naturalnews.com…)
“After 9/11 people were scared and when people are scared they’ll do anything for someone who will make them
less scared,” said Bruce Schneier, a Minneapolis security technology expert, in an AP story (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101121…). “But [this TSA] is particularly invasive. It’s
strip-searching. It’s body groping. As abhorrent goes,
this pegs it.”
The TSA is being threatened right now in a big way: One airport in Florida is already planning to ditch the agency and
hire private contractors to run security. A NYC lawmaker has called for the “dismantling” of the TSA, and Rep Ron Paul has introduced legislation that would result in TSA agents being arrested
for felony crimes if they touched peoples’ junk.
The TSA, in other words, is fighting for its very survival right now. What it desperately
needs is some new terrorist incident to remind the American people how much they need to give up their
freedoms in exchange for security.
Now, I’m not saying the TSA is going to plot to blow up an airplane or anything, but if there’s anybody who has the access
to sneak something past airport security, it’s the
How false flag operations achieve government goals
The United States government has a long and
detailed history of “staging” events in order to sway
public opinion. The Gulf of Tonkinevent in the Vietnam War era was deliberately staged by U.S.
government officials in order to justify an
escalation of military attacks on the North Vietnamese.
Documents that were finally declassified just this year prove beyond any doubt that the U.S. government conspired
to stage this “false flag” event. (http://www.prisonplanet.com/de-clas…)
Operation Northwoods was a similar plot. As Wikipedia relates:
The planned 1962 Operation Northwoods plot by the U.S. Department of Defense for a war with Cuba involved
scenarios such as hijacking or shooting down passenger and military planes, sinking a U.S. ship in the vicinity of
Cuba, burning crops, sinking a boat filled with Cuban refugees, attacks by alleged Cuban infiltrators inside the
United States, and harassment of U.S. aircraft and shipping and the destruction of aerial drones by aircraft
disguised as Cuban MiGs. These actions would be blamed on Cuba, and would be a pretext for an invasion of
Cuba and the overthrow of Fidel Castro’s communist government. It was authored by the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, nixed by John F. Kennedy, came to light through the Freedom of Information Act and was publicized by James
On the conspiracy theory front, there have long been accusations that the 9/11 attacks were an “inside job”
staged as a pretext to clamp down on Americans’ freedoms and roll out the Patriot Act — the very law that
coincidentally gives TSA agents the right to have anybody arrested and detained for 48 hours without cause, without
a warrant and without legal representation. The evidence surrounding the collapse of the WTC 7 building now has
literally thousands of engineers, scientists and citizens realizing the building was obviously brought down by
demolition explosions (http://buildingwhat.org) and not an “office fire” as was the official explanation.
The point of all this is that when governments are cornered but don’t want to give in, they will
sometimes resort to falsifying events in order to continue moving their agendas forward. As David
Icke explains, it’s the old “problem-reaction-solution” approach. First, create the problem, then
wait for the public reaction that allows you to enact the government
The formula works like a charm for everything from pushing flu vaccines to justifying a war.
In fact, there is evidence that U.S. agents may already be working on this plan. The fake bomb recently found on
board a German passenger jet, we now know, was manufactured by a U.S. company (http://www.prisonplanet.com/fake-bo…).
Is the TSA at that point of desperation yet? I’m not sure, but it would certainly be easy for high-level TSA
operatives to find some patsy who hates the government, convince him that he should carry some liquid explosives
onto an airplane, and then “catch” him at a TSA security checkpoint, thereby proving that we need to keep giving up
our freedoms in the name of security.
The mainstream media would have a field day with that story, and for the next two weeks on the news, we’d all
hear how important the TSA is and what a great job they’re doing, and how this “terrorist” was caught by the naked
body scanner machine, and so on.
Don’t be surprised to see such a scenario unfold. It’s not that I personally distrust the TSA in particular,
because there are some good people who work there and who are not to blame for all this, but at the same time I’ve
been around long enough and studied enough true history to know that government organizations will do
practically anything to stay in power.
The DEA, for example, is desperately fighting against marijuana legalization not because marijuana is some
highly dangerous drug (it isn’t), but because it’s job security for DEA agents.
The CDC, likewise, went completely out of its way last year to spread fear about the H1N1 Swine
Flu for the same reasons: Job security. There’s nothing quite like declaring a stage-six pandemic to
keep the Congressional funding flowing your way, huh?
The CDC also has a fascinating history of completely distorting the AIDS epidemic in order to boost its own
funding, by the way. Watch this eye-opening video from House of Numbers to learn more: http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=4FE73…
Every government agency — the TSA, CDC, FDA, USDA, FTC and so
on — fights for its survival every year. That’s because in an era of budget cuts, every agency knows it could potentially be on the chopping block
for severe cuts. And funding cuts translate into job losses. So the unspoken rule at all government agencies is to
“make ourselves important” in order to keep the money flowing.
This is also why the food
contamination scares have been hyped up beyond all reason over the last two years: The FDA wants new
powers to control the food supply, and the best way to do
that is to latch onto stories about e.coli and salmonella and blow those all out of proportion in order to
pass reactionary legislation called Senate Bill 510 (http://www.naturalnews.com/030461_S…).
The truth about this food safety situation is that right now something like 80% of the chickens sold in
grocery stores are contaminated with salmonella (http://www.naturalnews.com/021258.html), yet you don’t hear a peep about that story. And
the FDA is making no effort whatsoever to “ban
chicken meat” from grocery stores. Their fear mongering about food contamination is very selective, it seems.
Perhaps the TSA has been learning its lessons from the FDA. Simply stage a false flag attack and you, too, can
have increased Congressional funding to “fight terror” or whatever.
We do need protections, but we need our rights even more
All this isn’t to say that America doesn’t have
enemies who really do want to destroy us. It’s true that there are really bad people out there — people and groups
who want to bring America down.
There are some good people in Washington who are fighting for our safety behind the
scenes. Yes, the FBI, CIA and NSA all have “a few good men”
who are doing things around the world that you and I don’t even want to know about. Stuff that would make you
cringe if you knew about it.
The sacrifices being made by some of these individuals in the name of protecting America’s interests on the
international stage will never be fully known, nor recognized by anyone in the mainstream. The everyday American
people who go about their lives shopping, watching TV, collecting a paycheck and surfing the ‘web have no
idea what goes on behind the scenes to give them the luxury of pursuing such a carefree
That’s why nothing I print here is intended to disrespect the front-line warriors who are fighting for America’s
interests — soldiers, the few “good” feds, etc. But at the same time that there are some “good men” (and women) in
these agencies, there are also some rotten apples (like in any organization, I suppose). There are some people
working in the government who absolutely would not hesitate to stage a false flag attack if it meant increasing
their power, their pay and their importance.
And those people must be scratching their heads right now, thinking, “Gee, it sure would be easy to pull off a
staged event of some kind that keeps us all in power.”
I just hope they come to their senses and realize they should not be at war with the American
people. They’re supposed to be fighting to protect our freedoms, not to take away our freedoms. The real
war is with the true enemies of America — those state-sponsored terrorist groups that genuinely want to destroy
America and everything it stands for.
Certainly, we must not let the terrorists win. But neither must we allow freedom to perish in the process.
Reasonable security is fine
As a freedom-loving American who values both my freedom and my safety, I will gladly submit to having my luggage
X-rayed and walking through a metal detector. I will gladly sit beside an armed Air Marshal on the flight,
captained by an armed pilot on the flight deck who hopefully has a couple of spare mags along with his Colt 1911,
too (pilots carry firearms on airplanes right now, most people don’t even know..).
Yet as much as those security precautions seem reasonable, I refuse to subject myself to a body
X-ray that emits ionizing radiation, and I refuse to give in to an obscene pat-down that involves
government personnel feeling up my genitals, with or without a latex glove.
At that point, “security” has become tyranny. And the terrorists have already won.
We need to rise up and stop this. Just as some of our undercover federal agents (and active soldiers) are
fighting for America’s interests overseas, you and I need to be fighting for our freedom right here at home, on
American soil, with this airport security issue.
We are not subjects. We are not cattle. We are sovereign citizens and we will not surrender our bodies to be
fondled by government agents with the excuse that “it’s for our own good.”
And be on the watch for a “staged” security event designed to convince the American people
that they need to give up yet more freedoms in the name of police-state security. I’m willing to bet that precisely
such a plot is on the drawing board in Washington D.C. right now.
Shock Security Report: TSA Has a 95%
Failure Rate Finding Weapons and Explosives
June 1st, 2015
With an annual budget of over $7 billion Transportation Security
Administration officials claim that they set the standard for excellence in transportation security and
But a recent investigation reveals that when undercover operatives attempted to smuggle banned weapons and even
explosives through checkpoints nationwide the TSA failed to stop them 95% of the time.
The shocking security report shows that despite the
billions of dollars spent and the millions of American citizens being inconvenienced, and often humiliated,
America’s airports are no safer today than they were before the attacks of September 11th, 2001:
An internal investigation of the Transportation Security Administration revealed security failures at dozens
of the nation’s busiest airports, where undercover investigators were able to smuggle mock explosives or banned
weapons through checkpoints in 95 percent of trials, ABC News has learned.
The series of tests were conducted by Homeland Security Red Teams who pose as passengers, setting
out to beat the system.
According to officials briefed on the results of a recent Homeland Security Inspector General’s
report, TSA agents failed 67 out of 70 tests, with Red Team members repeatedly able to get potential weapons
In one test an undercover agent was stopped after setting off an alarm at a magnetometer, but TSA screeners
failed to detect a fake explosive device that was taped to his back during a follow-on pat down.
Officials would not divulge the exact time period of the testing other than to say it concluded
The government claims that because undercover “Red Teams”
are familiar with TSA protocols and vulnerabilities the security investigation results are not reflective of real
world results. According to former TSA administrator John Pistole that because these “super terrorists” have access
to TSA procedures “they can create and devise and conceal items that … not even the
best terrorists would be able to do.”
In effect the government is telling us that even though TSA failed to catch 95% of the explosives and weapons
being smuggled onto planes, Americans have nothing to worry about because an actual terrorist would never know how
to compromise the system. A real terrorist, whose sole purpose in life is to kill as many Americans as possible,
would not have the time, resources, commitment or brains to identify weak points and gather intelligence about the
vulnerabilities within the TSA’s security protocols.
And as for those highly secretive protocols, perhaps if the TSA focused on searching potential terrorists before
they board public transportation, as opposed to pat-downs of moms and their children after they disembark from their travels, they’d be a bit more successful in stopping people
who were trying to smuggle weapons aboard.
But no matter how wasteful or ineffective the Transportation Security Administration may be with respect to
their actual duties, there are still those, fully one-third actually, who have succumbed to the years of propaganda
and would gladly and without protest accept a full body cavity search for the privilege of flying.
One TSA screener killed, media flip flops on gunman being
off-duty TSA officer
Paul Joseph Watson
November 1, 2013
UPDATE: The media is now reporting that the gunman
was not an off-duty TSA officer, which is a strange flip flop from earlier when law enforcement sources said that
he was. This can now be exploited to justify further TSA abuse of power, which would have not been possible if the
shooter had been a TSA agent.
L.A. Times reports: “A federal law enforcement official said that the gunman was a ticketed passenger entering
the airport. Officials don’t believe the gunman has ever worked for TSA. Law enforcement sources had earlier told
The Times the gunman was a TSA employee.”
A shooting at LAX airport today which killed at least one and wounded several other Transportation Security
Administration screeners could be exploited as a justification to arm TSA agents, a plan that has likely been in
the works for some time.
According to reports, a man approached a
document checker at Los Angeles International Airport, pulled out a rifle and opened fire on a security
Several people were wounded during the shooting, which went on for around half an hour, including a
TSA agent who was shot in the leg.
NBC News later confirmed that
one of the TSA agents was killed.
The suspect was described as a clean cut white male who fired an AR-15. The gun is seen lying on
the ground in the image below.
It was subsequently confirmed that the shooter had been killed by police.
indicate that the shooter was an off-duty TSA agent, suggesting the motivation could have been personal
and not political. According to eyewitnesses, the gunman was clearly targeting TSA agents.
The gunman was apprehended but the incident prompted an evacuation of Terminals 2
and 3 and all planes were later grounded, with incoming planes being diverted.
“We were just standing there in line and somebody started shooting,” said
eyewitness Nick Pugh . “Everyone dropped to the floor and started crawling along the ground, abandoning
The incident is almost certain to be exploited by the federal government and the media to justify
draconian TSA security policies, but it could also be used to rubber stamp a policy of arming TSA agents.
As we reported
earlier this year, the Department of Homeland Security has been hiring shooting ranges near airports in order
to train TSA agents, suggesting that a plan to equip the screeners with firearms has been on the agenda for a
The TSA has quietly admitted there is no actual
“threat-addressing” basis for employing nude body scanners or invasive pat down procedures at airports, a notion
many travelers who are weary of the federal agency’s borderline sexual molestation have long suspected but were
hard-pressed to prove.
The TSA understands body scanners and pat downs are ineffective at addressing a threat
for which they admit “there is no evidence.”
The evidence was found in sealed court documents, available through the
PACER.gov website, regarding engineer and blogger Jon Corbett’s ongoing litigation over
the constitutionality of the agency’s loathsome security practices.
In a redacted version of the appellant’s brief, filed by Corbett on October 7 with the United States Court of
Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, several portions of the Summary of Facts section were blacked out,
raising questions as to the nature of the censored information.
But in a sealed version of the same documents obtained through PACER.gov (and available here), the redacted sections appear with incriminating clarity.
Through Redactions, TSA Admits Terror Threats are Slim to Nonexistent
Redaction shows TSA is aware explosives on airplanes “are extremely rare.’ (click to
A section detailing how “The TSA Has Misled The Public As to the Likelihood of the Threat
‘Addressed’ By Nude Body Scanners and Pat Downs,” includes a blacked out portion concerning the TSA’s knowledge
that “explosives on airplanes are extremely rare.”
“For example, the TSA analyzed hijackings in 2007 and found 7 hijacking incidents across the globe, but none of
them involved actual explosive devices,” Corbett explains in the brief, adding that the last attempt to bring an
explosive onboard an airplane through a U.S. airport occurred 35 years ago.
Another redacted section highlights the government’s concession that, “due to hardened cockpit doors and the
willingness of passengers to challenge hijackers,” it would be difficult to have a repeat of 9/11.
“The government also credits updated pre-flight security for that difficulty assessment,” the brief states, “but
the assessment was written before the en masse deployment of body scanners and before the update to the
pat down procedure. Further, the government admits that there have been no attempted domestic hijackings of any
kind in the 12 years since 9/11.”
The TSA also had the following section completely censored:
This begs the question, then, of what evidence the government possesses to rationalize that we should be so
afraid of non-metallic explosives being brought aboard flights departing from the U.S. that we must sacrifice our
civil liberties. The answer: there is none. “As of mid-2011, terrorist threat groups present in the Homeland are
not known to be actively plotting against civil aviation targets or airports; instead, their focus is on
fundraising, recruiting, and propagandizing.”
In the brief’s Summary of Argument, another redacted portion concerns the
TSA’s understanding that body scanners and pat downs are ineffective at addressing a threat for which they admit
“there is no evidence.”
By redacting certain parts of the brief, the TSA also inadvertently admits “it is aware of no
one who is currently plotting a terror attack against our aviation system using explosives (non-metallic
or otherwise),” and that, in addition to a cabin of empowered passengers who would make short work of a hijacker,
the Federal Flight Deck Officer program, which arms pilots with firearms, makes targeting an airplane “to be the
definition of insanity.”
Get the TSA Out of Our Pants
The redactions in Corbett’s court
documents are a damning indictment of the TSA’s procedures, and only serve to bolster his claims’
The 28-year-old entrepreneur arrived at his conclusions after admittedly “pawing through several thousand pages
of the TSA’s ‘administrative record,’” which he says the TSA uses as the “alleged rationale behind why they must
photograph us naked and literally put their hands in our pants to search us.”
The information contained within the redacted portions support what Infowars and others have long suspected:
that the sprawling agency – which is in the process of extending beyond the airport and onto highways, train stations and public buses – was never meant to thwart terrorists, but was instead set up to
purposely obstruct, annoy, harass and train the American public.
In other words, the court documents go a long way in proving the TSA is pure contrived security theater
custom-made solely to indoctrinate Americans, through prisoner training, into blindly accepting obedience to
authority as a normal way of life, not to mention a huge waste of about $7.91 billion in taxpayer money a year.
The fatal shooting of Gerardo Hernandez and the ensuing
gunfight at LAX called attention to a long-running debate over the powers of TSA, whose screeners aren’t considered
law enforcement officers even though many of them wear badges. The 39-year-old Hernandez was the first TSA officer
killed in the line of duty in the agency’s history.
(Also on POLITICO: Holder calls for study of TSA role)
Federal prosecutors have filed homicide and other charges against 23-year-old Los Angeles resident Paul Ciancia,
whom authorities have suggested was specifically targeting TSA employees.
Both lawmakers and the Obama administration have called for reviewing airport security procedures after the
shooting spree. But union officials are already offering a concrete proposal: create a new category of TSA agent in
addition to the 45,000 existing screeners. People in the new positions would be law enforcement officers, who could
carry handcuffs and firearms as well as make arrests.
Union leaders say the enhanced status would help protect an unfairly demonized workforce, as well as security
checkpoints like the one where Friday’s mayhem began.
“We feel a larger and more consistent armed presence in screening areas would be a positive step in improving
security for both [security officers] and the flying public,” said J. David Cox, president of the American
Federation of Government Employees. “The development of a new class of TSA officers with law enforcement status
would be a logical approach to accomplishing this goal.”
On Friday, union officials initially suggested simply giving every agent arrest powers. But they said Monday
that that would be only a half-step.
(Also on POLITICO: FAA: Let the iPads fly)
“Just saying you can arrest somebody, how far is that going to get you?” asked AFGE general counsel David Borer.
“The focus needs to be on how do we deliver the right amount of security at the checkpoint.”
But Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), who chairs the House Homeland Security subcommittee that oversees the TSA,
told POLITICO in a statement Monday that he opposes arming the TSA’s massive screener workforce.
“There are practical, risk-based steps that can be taken to combat potential attacks without arming 45,000 TSA
screeners,” Hudson said. He added: “In the wake of this attack it is of critical importance to review coordination
and communication between TSA and local police, whose job it is to protect airports, as well as review TSA’s own
programs for detecting and disrupting terrorist attacks.”
Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond, the subcommittee’s top Democrat, told POLITICO that he would look at the union’s
proposal but was worried about the cost.
Richmond added that any solution should look beyond just keeping airports’ security checkpoints safe.
“What if he just went to the baggage claim?” Richmond said of the gunman. “It has to be broader than just the
checkpoint. You want to have a safe place from the parking garage to the airplane.”
Republican lawmakers’ proposals for TSA have often focused on reining in the agency, which they portray as an
overbearing force that harasses innocent Americans. As recently as 2011, Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) introduced
a bill that would have prohibited TSA employees without law enforcement training from using the title of “officer.”
It also would have prohibited them from wearing uniforms or badges that resemble those worn by law enforcement. The
bill died after attracting 42 Republican co-sponsors.
...Shocking New York Times article reporting on how the Boy
Scouts are being trained to take on domestic terrorists, which apparently would include war veterans and American
citizens if the Homeland Security definition of a terrorist is to be applied. Homeland Security and the FBI are behind the effort to indoctrinate and train the Boy Scouts to
become tomorrow’s Gestapo...Gestapo Scouts will be required to combat “rightwing extremists” who will refuse
to turn in their firearms after the next false flag terror attack or engineered pandemic. SWAT Scouts will be
called to deal with those who refuse to participate in mandatory vaccinations. Police state Scouts will be the
vanguard for Obama’s million-man Civilian National Security Corps. “just as powerful, just as strong, just as
well-funded” as the military.
DHS Has Now Acquired Enough Bullets To Wage 30 Year
Is the Department of Homeland Security building a mercenary
Paul Joseph Watson
November 5, 2013
The Department of Homeland Security is to
spend $19 million dollars on a private security force in Wisconsin and Minnesota, an armed unit that must have a
“Top Secret” security clearance according to an official solicitation.
According to a solicitation posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website, the Federal Protective
Service, a sub-agency of the DHS, intends to hire “armed Protective Security Officer (PSO) services at various
locations throughout the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.”
“The project will have a requirement for the contractor to have a Top Secret facility clearance by
the start of performance,” states the FPS notice.
Unlike previous solicitations, which normally detail how the guards will be deployed to protect
government buildings, the document does not divulge what role the armed security force will undertake.
The fact that the contractors being hired must have a “Top Secret” security clearance clearly
suggests that the DHS is not merely seeking to hire armed guards, but Blackwater-style mercenaries who will be
engaged in some kind of clandestine activity.
The notion of an armed security force operating domestically under a “Top Secret” designation,
something normally reserved for foreign spying and military operations, underscores how the DHS increasingly treats
America like some kind of occupied territory.
The hiring of private mercenaries with Top Secret clearances also suggests the DHS may be planning
on using the contractors as cutouts who will be involved in a variety of different operations outside the purview
of public and Congressional scrutiny.
DHS Is Building Mercenary Units In A
State Near You. Plus, ABC News Implicates Alex Jones in LAX Shooting. DHS to Hire "Top Secret" Domestic Security
For some, the idea of an ever-expanding
federal government turning to a private security force with a “Top Secret” clearance will stir memories of Barack
Obama’s pre-election promise to build “a civilian national
security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded (as the US military).”
The DHS’ purchase of over
1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the course of the last 12 months has also prompted concerns that the
feds are gearing up for trouble.
As we previously reported, the federal agency has spent large sums of money in recent weeks hiring
large numbers of armed guards to protect government buildings, a development some have connected to the likelihood
of civil unrest in America which could arise from food shortages linked to welfare cuts.
News’ Neil Cavuto suggested that the Department of Homeland Security’s recent $80 million dollar outlay on
armed guards to protect government buildings in upstate New York was related to potential food stamp riots.
The VIPER teams have nothing to do with preventing terrorism, they are there to get
people to cower and accept they are under control. Air marshal spokesman David Adams has commented that there
is no new intelligence indicating that terrorists are interested in targeting transportation
Homeland Security VIPER
Teams Hit Tampa Florida Bus, Train Stations
Homeland Security VIPER Teams Hit Tampa Florida Bus, Train Stations
Truckers Inspected by V.I.P.R.
Truckers Inspected by V.I.P.R. teams
The TSA has announced its intention to expand the VIPR program to include roadside inspections of
commercial vehicles, setting up a network of internal checkpoints and rolling out security procedures already
active in airports, bus terminals and subway stations to roads and highways across the United States.
Enough for its agents to fire 9,400
bullets a day, every day of the year
Paul Joseph Watson
August 19, 2013
The Transportation Security Administration is set to purchase 3.5 million
.357 SIG caliber bullets, enough for its agents to fire 9,400 rounds a day, every day of the year.
According to a
solicitation issued by the agency on August 16, the TSA is looking to buy “3,454,000 rounds of .347 SIG
Caliber Training Ammunition”.
Although TSA agents in airports are currently unarmed, last month the TSA announced its plan to hire the
use of a firing range within a 20 mile radius of LaGuardia Airport in order to train TSA workers.
The federal agency’s huge bullet buy could signal an expansion of its controversial Visible
Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR) program, where teams of armed TSA officers patrol railroad stations, bus
stations, ferries, car tunnels, ports, subways, truck weigh stations, rest areas, and special events.
VIPR teams currently conduct around 8,000 operations a year. As well as providing security at
transport hubs, VIPR teams are now being used to keep tabs on fans at sporting
As Government Security News
notes, the amount of ammunition being purchased, “means the TSA could fire off more than 9,400 rounds per day,
every day of the year, to consume that entire quantity annually.”
Significant bullet purchases by the TSA are likely to fuel concerns that the federal government is
arming itself to the teeth in preparation for some form of domestic unrest or other catastrophe, following the
Department of Homeland Security’s commitment to
purchase more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the course of the last 18 months.
reported last week, Congressman Jeff Duncan’s attempt to get answers on why the IRS is also training its agents
with semi-automatic AR-15′s designed for “standoff capability” has been ignored by the federal agency.
The FBI will assume its traditional role as a political
police force in the wake of the LAX shooting. On Monday night, the
agency announced it is looking into the political beliefs of Paul Ciancia, the unemployed motorcycle
mechanic who allegedly shot and killed a TSA agent last week.
Ciancia reportedly had a handwritten note with him
denouncing the “New World Order,” the TSA, former Department of Homeland Security boss Janet Napolitano, and other
Presenting a search warrant for Ciancia’s cellphone on Monday, the FBI noted the alleged shooter’s “concerns
about a New World Order.”
The resident expert on all things New World Order, the South Poverty Law Center and its spokesman, Mark Potok,
have trotted out a politically charged definition of the New World Order that has been digested without comment by
the establishment media.
“Ciancia’s language and references seemed to put him squarely in the conspiracy-minded world of the
antigovernment ‘Patriot’ movement,” the SPLC told USA Today. “The New World Order refers to a longstanding conspiracy theory
that today, in its most popular iteration, claims that global elites are plotting to form a socialistic
‘one-world government’ that would crush American freedoms. Often, the root of the alleged conspiracy is traced
to the 1913 creation of the Federal Reserve and the adoption of fiat currency — paper money that is not backed
by gold, as it was once was in the U.S.”
Meanwhile, the establishment media is playing its role. On November 4, ABC News ran a Diane Sawyer
piece on the shooting that inexplicably inserted a short clip of Alex Jones talking about the TSA. The
clip was not explained. Alex Jones’ name was present in a lower third on the screen and infowars.com was displayed
at the top of the screen. The insertion is clearly a brazen effort to pin blame for the shooting on the patriot
movement in general and Alex Jones in particular.
Meanwhile, the Associated Press inserted an out of context
reference to Infowars.com in a report about the Ciancia family.
“In the Ciancia family’s neighborhood in New Jersey, stop signs at either end of the street were adorned with
stickers advertising Infowars.com, a website that discusses many of the same anti-government ideas officials said
Ciancia mentioned in a hand-written note found in his bag. There was no way to tell who put the stickers on the
signs,” writes Geoff Mulvihill for the establishment news wire.
The FBI has functioned as a political police force since its inception. The agency’s predecessor at the Justice
Department arrested and deported anarchists in 1919 under the direction of then Attorney General A. Mitchell
Palmer. Beginning in the 1950s, the FBI began harassing and targeting the political enemies of the establishment
under its COINTELPRO.
In September, the American Civil Liberties
Union characterized the FBI as a “secret domestic intelligence agency” involved in violating the
constitutional rights of Americans who disagree with the government.
Expect More False Flags and
Propaganda Like This To Get TSA Agents Carrying Firearms.
Modern Warfare 2 - Mission 4 - No
The controversial mission that I am sure all of you have heard about in the media - the airport
mission. We are back with Allen who is acting as an under-cover agent to try and get intelligence on a Russian
named Makerov, by attacking a Russian Airport
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.
In 1991, the Club published The First Global
Revolution. It analyses the problems of humanity, calling these collectively or in essence the 'problematique'. It
notes (laments) that, historically, social or political unity has commonly been motivated by enemies in common:
"The need for enemies seems to be a common historical factor. Some states have striven to overcome domestic failure
and internal contradictions by blaming external enemies. The ploy of finding a scapegoat is as old as mankind itself - when things
become too difficult at home, divert attention to adventure abroad. Bring the divided nation together to face
an outside enemy, either a real one, or else one invented for the purpose. With the disappearance of the
traditional enemy, the temptation is to use religious or ethnic minorities as scapegoats, especially those
whose differences from the majority are disturbing." "Every state has been so used to classifying its
neighbours as friend or foe, that the sudden absence of traditional adversaries has left governments and
public opinion with a great void to fill. New enemies have to be identified, new strategies imagined, and new
THE GLOBALISTSMOVE FROM THEIRALQAEDA
CREATION,TO FABRICATING HOMEGROWN DOMESTIC
A failed attempt to recruit Aaron Russo resulted in recent
light being shed on the CFR...And The Fake War On Terror!
ago, after his popular video “Mad As Hell” was released and Aaron Russo began his campaign to become
Governor of Nevada, Russo was noticed by Nicholas Rockefeller and introduced to him by a female attorney. Seeing
Russo’s passion and ability to affect change, Rockefeller set about on a subtle mission to recruit Russo into the
elite’s CFR. Watch the full interview here: Reflections and
Aaron Russo talks about the CFR...And
The Fake War On Terror!
Aaron Russo talks about the CFR...And The Fake War On
TerrorStorm: Special Edition DVD –
Re-Mixed + Re-Mastered
Shocking uncovered video evidence and
new interviews that reveal undeniable proof that governments plan and carry out
false-flag events to manipulate the geo-political structure to their
New footage from the historic 5th
Anniversary 9/11 Truth rally at Ground Zero in New York City
Smoking gun evidence that mainstream
media was staging news coverage on 9/11 – including false-start reports that
Building 7 had totally collapsed over an hour before it fell
Powerful analysis of Transportation
Secretary Norman Mineta’s testimony before Congress that VP Cheney was clearly in
control of the air defense stand down on 9/11
Learn how the mainstream media is
covering up the fact that the majority of living 9/11 victims and their families
believe September 11th was an inside job
New interviews and perspectives on
false-flag terror and much more
Throughout history, criminal elements
inside governments have carried out terror attacks against their own populations as a pretext
to enslave them. TerrorStorm reveals
how, in the last hundred years, western leaders have repeatedly murdered their own citizens
while posing as their saviors.
In TerrorStorm you will discover that September
11th, the attacks of 7/7 in London, and many
other terrorist events were self-inflicted wounds. You will witness British Special Forces
troops caught in the act of staging terror attacks in Iraq and see official U.S. government
documents laying out plans to hijack passenger planes by remote control. You will learn how
the Reichstag fire, the Gulf of Tonkin and the U.S.-backed Iranian coup of 1953 are all
interconnected false-flag terror events.
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