POTENTIAL COST OF SPEAKING OUT
By Dave Hodges
December 30, 2010
As Americans are in the midst of one of the busiest holiday travel season of the year, they can take comfort in the fact that TSA, CBP and DHS, despite the public outcry, are ensuring that American airline passengers are still the victims of continued second degree sexual assault conducted by TSA employees on behalf of the Federal government. According to the Feds, it is necessary for us to surrender our personal freedom by allowing ourselves to be sexually violated in order to protect us from whoever is playing the boogey man of the day.
Is this DHS, TSA trade off of liberty for some imagined level of security paying off? Well, not exactly. Unbeknownst to the flying public, who are largely compliant with having their genitals squeezed by the TSA goons, a series of videos produced by an anonymous San Francisco Airport based pilot exposed the fact that hundreds of FedEx/UPS type cargo packages are being placed in the belly of airplanes with little-to-no scrutiny.
Just coincidentally, the TSA's felonious "goosing granny" program dovetails nicely with East German Stasi style, Big Sis "See something, say something" snitch on your neighbor program. More than 230 Walmart stores nationwide have launched the "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign yesterday, with a total of 588 Walmart stores in 27 states joining in on the Stasi spy on your fellow citizen program in the coming weeks.
Over the past several months, the Department of Homeland Security has worked with its federal, state, local and private sector partners, as well as the Department of Justice, to expand the "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign and the Nationwide SAR Initiative to communities throughout the country which includes partnerships with hotels, malls, transit authorities and even sporting venues. Very soon, all except the privileged class will willingly subject themselves to sexual touching violations and cancer causing x-rays if they want to enter or attend any activities related to the aforementioned venues. How long will it be before DHS expands this nefarious program as a prerequisite to enter schools, churches, grocery stores, post offices and banks?
Recent state-wide expansions of the "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign across Minnesota and New Jersey speaks to the magnitude of this newest police state snitch program. Other partners in the early stages of this newest police state activity includes the Mall of America, the American Hotel & Lodging Association, Amtrak, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, numerous sporting organizations and general aviation industries, and state and local fusion centers across the country. Further, DHS will continue to expand the "See Something, Say Something" campaign nationally with public education materials designed for businesses and schools as citizens and even school children are being pressed by the Feds to remain eternally vigilant and to play an active role in keeping the county safe from our presumed enemies, whoever they may be. This plan is so complete and so thorough, it leaves one to wonder if even the snitches from the Infraguard program will be exempt.
With the tremendous DHS push to recruit an army of citizen spies, one would think that when just such an eternally vigilant citizen alerts the country to the dangers present in our airport security which could serve to endanger the flying public, the "see something, say something" citizen would be lauded as a hero and very soon his picture would be displayed all across the Homeland at every Walmart checkout counter as a snitch hero who made a difference in the lives of his countrymen. American snitches can truly make a difference if they see something and then say something unless the wrongdoing they see is under the purview of the federal government.
Unfortunately, for the previously referenced anonymous San Francisco based pilot, his exposure of lax airport security involving baggage handlers was met with a DHS led raid of his Bay area home and the confiscation of his gun along with a promise to find further wrongdoing for his daring to post several videos on YouTube in late November and early December that showed how the San Francisco Airport ground crew members were gaining access to supposedly secure areas by merely swiping security cards without being subjected to any further screening (i.e., groping). Yet, where does common sense dictate that a smuggled bomb will make it onboard a plane? Will such access likely occur by smuggling a bomb inside of one's colostomy bag, under one's bra, inside of one's underwear or, instead, inside of some suitcase or package headed for the cargo hold or an airliner?
What the Homeland Security Director, Janet Napolitano, forgot to include in her "see and say something" video is that you, as an American citizen, are only allowed to snitch on your fellow American neighbor. However, if you see federal government wrongdoing, you better keep your mouth shut or face the consequences. Just ask the unnamed pilot if there isn't a cost for speaking out. Before you snitch on your neighbor, America, you first might want to see if the wrongdoer has a connection to the federal government because if you see the wrong thing and tell the wrong people, your life will be turned upside down.
In reality, both the enhanced pat down molestations of the TSA coupled with the cancer causing porno scanners along with the BIG SIS admonition to snitch on your neighbors are doing nothing to enhance America's security. Rather, it is clearly a part of a well-planned Pavlovian conditioning program designed to prepare the American people to accept the fact that you have no rights, your body does not belong to you and that Americans should all fear their government and to submit to their tyrannical authority.
Even Ray Charles could see that our Federal government has been taken over and that the most efficient and terrorist police state in the history of the world is in the midst of being implemented right here in the United States and is being done so at breakneck speed. Self preservation might dictate that we would all be well-advised to ask ourselves for what purpose is this highly efficient police state being implemented and who is it really designed for?
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If you are a member of the American middle class, whether you realize or not, you are an imperiled member of the most endangered species on the face of the planet as every aspect of your existence is being threatened.
Yes, there is a potential cost for speaking out. However, for reasons which will soon be evident in this column, Americans may soon be faced with a dire choice:
Speak out or Die out! For part one click below.
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Dave Hodges is an award winning psychology, sociology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach as well as a former mental health counselor. Dave also serves as the spokesperson to the newly formed national coalition, The American Coalition to Protect Personal Property Rights, which is designed to combat the growing erosion of personal property rights across America.
Often referred to America’s most independent talk show host, Dave Hodges is the host of the nationally syndicated, hard-hitting and exciting investigative radio talk show called “The Common Sense Show.” “The Common Sense Show” airs on the Republic Broadcasting Network every Sunday evening from 9-11pm Central. The show features an array of impressive guests coupled with an in-depth analysis of important personal, social and geopolitical issues which are largely unreported in the mainstream media. The wide variety of show topics ranges from the loss of constitutional liberties, to the subsequent implementation of a police state under world governance, to exploring the limits of human potential. The primary purpose of “The Common Sense Show” is to provide the listening audience with the tools necessary to reclaim both their individual freedoms and national sovereignty.
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