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FIGHT THE REAL ENEMY: The Time Times Monday Music Moment

11 Jun

FIGHT THE REAL ENEMY

IT’S US AGAINST THEM.

NO POLITICIAN RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT CARES ABOUT YOU…

OR ME…

OR SUFFERING CHILDREN.

POLITICAL CHOICE IS AN ILLUSION.

SEE: HEGELIAN DIALECTIC

They successfully conquer and divide each time someone believes one of their lies or falls for one of their distractions.

FREEDOM FOR PRESIDENT! 

CLEAN AND STERILIZE THE WHITE HOUSE AND CAPITOL HILL!

This is not my video.  It was posted by Moksha75ar3 on YouTube.

Before anyone gets their chastity belts in a twist, Sinead was singing this haunting rendition of “War” in protest of the known rampant child abuse in the Catholic church occurring around the world.  She sacrificed her career to do what thousands of religious leaders would not; she spoke the truth, stood up for the weak, and called out the real evil, the real enemy, even if it did wear a pretty robe: Not just the pathetically reprehensible abusers, but the people who do nothing to stop  abusers, tyrants, and sadists.

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TSA: Baby On No-Fly List, ‘Blasted’ For Spending in Congressional Report, Assaulted Geraldo

13 May

The TSA has taken the saying “any publicity is good publicity” a little too far, or they’re just an embarrassing,  incompetent waste that violates innocent Americans everyday.

Family of “No-Fly list” Toddler Wants Apology

It is exactly what it sounds like.   An 18 month year old girl and her family were removed from the airplane because the baby was shockingly on the list by mistake (note sarcasm) .  Getting a TSA apology is extremely rare, and even then, they are usually backhanded, and when the controversy forces them to change procedure, they still don’t acknowledge they are “modifying” their abuse because they went too far.  They admit they are inefficient instead, which is supported by the latest congressional report covered in this post.   However, if you want to carry gun parts through security, the parts will be confiscated, but you won’t be arrested and you’ll be allowed to fly.  FUN FACT:  I just accidentally entered “inneffected” into the search engine when making a copy and paste error.  The FIRST item listed was RT News: TSA Security: Inneffective and violating.  That is so sad.

Geraldo Details TSA ‘Rape’ Pat Down: ‘My Junk Was Junked’

I find it odd when they start laughing.  Are they just so ridiculously pious that the word “junk” and the very real daily molestation of Americans makes them giggle like school girls, or do they not take it seriously?  “You gotta make sure.”    My gay cousin Bubba, a former prison guard AND inmate, would be more than happy to “make sure” Mr. FauxNews man isn’t a terrorist.

TSA blasted over security equipment spending (article)

This is the second massive spanking given to the TSA by congress in six months, this time citing intentional lying and delay of congressional oversight.  The other report published in November of 2011 gave them an all around failing grade.   I’m disappointed to see once again they didn’t mention that the AIT visual strip search machines are completely worthless, have cost one BILLION dollars, and ex-TSA head Michael Chertoff and other government officials profited from the sales, but the report was still not complimentary at all.

Congressional Report excerpts

Airport Insecurity: TSA’s Failure to Cost-Effectively Procure, Deploy and Warehouse its Screening Technologies

“The report makes recommendations emphasizing TSA’s need to more effectively develop its deployment strategy prior to the procurement of screening technologies.”

“Key Findings-
TSA Procurement, Deployment, and Storage of Security Technology and Equipment at its Transportation Logistics Center”

“TSA is wasting hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars by inefficiently deploying screening equipment and technology to commercial airports. As of February 15, 2012, TSA stored approximately 5,700 pieces of security equipment in warehouses at TSA’s Transportation Logistics Center (TLC) in Dallas, Texas.”

  • As of February 15, 2012, the total value of TSA’s equipment in storage was, according to TSA officials, estimated at $184 million. However, when questioned by Committee staff, TSA’s warehouse staff and procurement officials were unable to provide the total value of equipment in storage.
  • TSA’s annual costs for leasing and managing the TLC are more than $3.5 million.
  • Committee staff discovered that 85% of the approximately 5,700 major transportation security equipment currently warehoused at the TLC had been stored for longer than six months; 35% of the equipment had been stored for more than one year. One piece of equipment had been in storage more than six years – 60% of its useful life.

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NY Court: Just Viewing Child Porn Not State Crime

9 May

NY Court: Just Viewing Child Porn Not State Crime

nbc.newyork.com from AP

NY court: Just Viewing Child porn Not State Crime – Wall Street Journal

The Court of Appeals agreed that Kent was properly convicted because he had downloaded, saved and deleted 132 images. But the majority said some images in his computer cache, temporary files automatically stored from sites he viewed, cannot be held against him under state law.

The five judges said it’s still a federal crime to knowingly access with intent to view any book, magazine, periodical, film videotape, computer disk or other material containing an image of child pornography. Under state law, such browsing can be used to show a guilty intent, that access to an illicit image or site was not a mistake, they said.

“Nonetheless, that such images were simply viewed, and that defendant had the theoretical capacity to exercise control over them during the time they were resident on the screen, is not enough to constitute their procurement or possession,” Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick wrote. “Rather, some affirmative action is required (printing, saving, downloading, etc.) to show that defendant in fact exercised dominion and control over the images that were on his screen.”

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TSA Does It Again: Sexually Assaults Congressman Canseco and Breaks Teen’s $10 K Insulin Pump

9 May

TSA Does It Again! I-TEAM: Congressman Canseco’s ‘aggressive’ pat-down shown in TSA video

www.kens5.com

In this video, Congressman Canseco (R-TX) says,

“I went through the full-body scanner, they stopped me and they said ‘we’re going to have to pat you down,'”

“I said OK; I lifted up my arms, they start patting my leg very, very aggressively. The guy goes up close to my groin and when you get pat there it hurts! And there’s a very human reaction when it hurts there — you move the offensive thing out of the way and you step back.”

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Fight The TSA, Freedom To Travel U.S.A.

7 May

Freedom To Travel USA

The following comes from www.fttusa.org

Now is the time to go to the next level in this fight to preserve America’s freedoms. We are building on the current efforts and creating a coalition with a strong organization and focus.

DOWNLOAD the INFORMATION KIT!learn why this is important, understand how your rights and our children’s rights are being taken away, and see how the TSA is doing things that the police can’t do under our constitution, and help influence your federal and state legislators to stand up for America’s freedoms and your dignity.

ANNOUNCEMENT ! First Meeting With Congress ! May 22nd, 2012 !
Freedom To Travel USA is the VERY FIRST Citizen’s Group to MEET WITH CONGRESS and discuss the TSA. The briefing is “TSA – Failure by the Numbers” and shows how the TSA has failed to justify it’s spending and how the “body scanners” have been proven ineffective.

We are inviting all Representatives and their Staff to the May 22nd, 2012 meeting, 10:00AM to 11:00AM in Room 402 of the Cannon House Office Building.

We URGE all concerned citizens to CALL AND ASK YOUR LOCAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE to SEND AN ATTENDEE.

Download this document, call your local Representative’s Officeor drop by, and give them the invite and ask them to send an attendee.
DOWNLOAD Congressional Briefing (May 22, 2012)

IMMEDIATE ACTION #1 for YOU that WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

PLEASE support the Americans Elect Presidential Candidate who publicly supports reigning in the illegal and abusive TSA Tactics!

Click the below link to read his TSA comments and follow instructions on Left Hand Side of Web Page!

CLICK HERE for Presidential Candidate Kotlikoff

IMMEDIATE ACTION #2 for YOU that WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Please support the STRIP Act

Click the below link to easily notify Congress that you support the STRIP ACT to prohibit law-enforcement uniforms for TSA workers.

CLICK HERE to Support the STRIP ACT

How Can You Help?

All we need is to have you JOIN the coalition. We are not going to ask you to join a demonstration, get arrested, or write millions of e-mails. We will ASK you to do very few, targeted actions at the right time to maximize your time investment. For those who are motivated, you can become leaders in the campaigns described in the Federal and State campaign section of our website. Even with that, there is not a significant time investment required in order to be effective.

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TSA Gives Pat-Down to 7 Year Old Girl with Cerebral Palsy Causing Her to Miss Flight

4 May

Photo of Dina Frank. (Photo by CBS 2)I had missed this incident, reported on April 25th by CBS about a 7 year old girl with cerebral palsy being aggressively patted-down by the TSA, which caused her family to miss their flight.  The TSA, as usual, defends their decision, using deception again when they say it was a modified pat-down.  A clear description of a modified pat-down does not exist.  They modified PROCEDURES, like allowing kids to leave their shoes on, multiple passes through strip-search scanners and medical detectors, and explosive trace detection, which can involve lifting up your children’s clothing, but they did not modify the pat-downs, and the groping has continually been reported to be just as disgustingly invasive as the molestation inflicted upon those 12 and over.

“TSA has reviewed the incident and determined that our officers followed proper screening procedures in conducting a modified pat-down on the child.

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Controversy over Undercover TSA on Houston Buses, Video and Links

27 Apr

METRO’s official website stated after the exercise that “Law officials performed random bag checks”

A Press release before the exercise  stated bag checks would take place,yet  METRO officials continued to deny that any bag searches had occurred besides those where the passenger had been pressured into giving permission.

“On April 13, the METRO Police Department invited TSA to be a part of its bus-safe exercise.   METRO said then and repeated for days afterwards there would be random searches of bus and train passengers’ bags,” reports ABC 13.

“METRO and TSA were going onto the buses and questioning people about their normal routes and their normal behavior, and it just kind of creates an atmosphere of fear,” said METRO rider Derrick Broze.

“I don’t feel like by purchasing a ticket or riding a bus that I have to forfeit my Constitutional rights and my protections and be subject to search or seizure,” Broze told METRO board members. “We don’t plan on letting this issue die if the TSA stays in our city.”

The Chief of Police, Victor, Rodriguez, has already confirmed the unconstitutional searches and ID-ing will continue to take place and quite possibly become routine.   METRO President and Chairman George Grenias promised that warrantless bag searches would not occur, even though Rodriguez told ABC 13 last week that “he does have the right to search your bag and may tell his officers to do it.”

In the 2011 congressional report trashing the TSA, the purpose of the agency is stated:

TSA‘s mission is to establish screening security standards for all modes of transportation When originally established in the Department of Transportation, TSA was given the broad leeway to complete that mission. In March of 2003, TSA was integrated, along with 21 other federal agencies, into the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS)”

Don’t think it won’t happen in your city.  There were more than 9,300 TSA/VIPR checkpoints conducted in the USA,000 checkpoints last year alone

Posted by Yvonne Mae Friedembeck

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