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Controlling Movement in a Fascist Nation

Updated on September 1, 2014

The odds of actually dying from a “supposed” terrorist strike is less likely than winning the lottery TWICE! I've been racking my brain as to what the real agenda could be for implementing these body scanners (besides the obvious humiliation and power grab).

In every totalitarian regime in history one of the first freedoms to be scrapped has been the freedom of movement. If a totalitarian regime cannot control movement they cannot control anything. What is it that we do when someone has been convicted of a crime? We restrict their movement, we put them in prison. If it is a minor offense they may be given house arrest and simply be confined within their home. It is the primary method of control. Even as parents we use this in the form of a time out. What is the first thing that the Nazi's did to the Jews, they identified them through the yellow arm band and later through a tattooed number (compliments of IBM) and then they confined them to the ghetto, later the concentration camp and then to death.

The body scanner built by the company RAPISCAN (yes that is the company's real name!) identifies you by getting your one and only body print and matches to your name and if you refuse to be molested, it severely limits your freedom of movement via air travel. They are already talking about using these methods in bus terminals and on trains.

The 4th Amendment states:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.


Demanding that we be molested, a term that almost all states agree includes being touched on your private parts outside your clothes (misdemeanor) and inside your clothes is usually a felony, in order to be able to fly is outrageous. Additionally, that we be radiated, and identified via the RAPEISSCAN body scanners in order to fly is unconstitutional and unnecessary. The underwear bomber got on the plane without a passport and if a terrorist really wanted to blow up a plane they would simply put the bomb inside their body (something the RapeisScan Body Scanner would not see).

To further add salt to the wound the U.S. exit tax for those who want to relinquish their American citizenship is up over 400%. It looks like the gates are beginning to close, what will be next, the forced imprisonment of U.S. citizens in concentration camps?

If we lay down for this we will lay down for anything. There is no doubt that we are on the fast track to a fascist tyrannical government the likes we have never seen in America.


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