Sunday, November 21, 2010

The TSA: Conditioning the Masses?

The TSA and their current procedures - which all of us are observing and reading about - are far more threatening to our freedom than the terrorists themselves. Ponder that idea for a moment.

There is an old phrase that is heard in hospitals around the world, and its something that I'll never forget:

"Don't let the cure be worse than the disease"

We need to take a hard look at what the TSA is doing to people in the name of "security". If you haven't kept up with this story, lets look at a few of the hundreds of complaints as registered around the country:

TSA airport screeners gone wild in San Diego

TSA pat-down leaves traveler covered in urine

Woman says her security screening was sexual assault

Cancer surviving flight attendant forced to remove prosthetic breast

$11,000 fine, arrest possible for some who refuse airport scans

The above is a tiny sample of the vast array similar complaints which are being made on a daily basis.

Ron Paul weighs in on this video clip:

Ron Paul debates TSA Screenings

And the link below reveals that our ruling class is, of course, exempt (kind of like how they are exempt from our new wonderful healthcare system):

Members of Congress Exempt from TSA Full Body Scanners

So why does this matter, and what does it have to do with prophecy?

Good question. Lets dive in.

First of all - Most people that I know, and confirmed by the articles being written, agree that current TSA procedures represent a humiliating, dehumanizing process. It is shocking to see videos which have been taken at airports and capture American citizens lining up and being forced to submit to a process that would be considered as sexual assault in any other scenario.

Viewing current airport security procedures conjures up these images:

The Auschwitz Album

Secondly - The most effective airport security in the world is found in Israel, and none of the current processes undertaken by the TSA are considered necessary in Israel, as they have far more effective measures - measures which are not dehumanizing or degrading at all.

So why is the TSA engaging in these draconian measures?

I believe that this is part of the conditioning process.

In Nazi Germany, one can easily see how humans were viewed and treated as cattle - with "human dignity" granted to only those people that the government deemed as worthy of such rights.

If you have ever seen footage of jews entering the concentration camps - lined up - with each individual being "patted down" by a Nazi soldier - the parallels to what is happening in our airports are highly disturbing at best.

We are told that such measures are necessary for safe flight. Really? Then why doesn't the Israeli government - arguably the #1 target for such terrorism - resort to such measures? Because our current procedures are ineffective, slow, cumbersome, and as mentioned, highly dehumanizing. But perhaps that is the "end game" of this current process.

Look at the strategic advantages for any government official who desires complete control of a population:

- Is it a stretch to see the same measures employed before sporting events, train travel, traffic road-blocks (after all, terrorists can also transport WMDs via roadways can't they?), shopping malls, and schools, just to name a few.

Wouldn't it be a "good thing" for our children's safety? Safe roads and highways? Safe trips to the mall? Safe viewing of a football game?

Where does this stop?

Another thought comes to mind.

If we all had an embedded microchip - such as the ones currently implanted into our pets - then couldn't we have an even safer, more efficient manner to screen our citizens and ensure safety? Of course we would, and one can see how easily this would be embraced. No more pat-downs, no more x-ray screenings, no more degradation.

We are on a very slippery slope.

When and where will Americans (and citizens of other countries) draw the line on intrusion of their rights?

Will we accept roadblocks and forced pat-downs on our roadways? At our shopping malls? At sporting events?

Why not? Don't we want to be safe?

The most disconcerting aspect of the current TSA procedures is the fact that citizens are accepting these dehumanizing, degrading, humiliating procedures with barely a whimper. In a manner ominously reflective of Jews passively entering concentration camps, citizens of the world are willing to give up their God-given rights for a vague, nonsensical call for safety and security.

Whats next?

We know whats next - or at least at some point in the future: The Mark of the Beast - which will be the ultimate manner to control citizens of the world - and it will be rolled out as a better alternative to what we are seeing today.

When it comes to controlling the population under false pretense, in this case "safety and security", the government assumes it can force almost any measure onto its citizens - that alone is quite disturbing. Complaints have fallen on deaf ears, as the TSA has not only defended these procedures, but warned us that it will continue unabated.

So far, the "cure" has proven to be far far worse than "the disease".

Sadly - this is just the beginning.

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