Planned airport “security” in the future will test to the limit any who still believe in freedom and liberty. At Love Field in Dallas, a terminal is now being renovated, and 500 high-definition cameras are being installed. This is called a “key first step” in the government’s plans for total surveillance.
These invasions only begin with complete visual monitoring of passenger’s every move, but it gets much worse. This is supposed to help speed up the security process, or at least that is how it will be sold to the sheep, but after watching every passenger from the parking areas to the gate, the intrusions escalate dramatically.
The new identification will leave driver’s licenses and paper behind, and scan each individual passenger’s fingerprints or irises for proof of identity. This would not be just the beginning of, but the culmination of a total police state.
John Halinski, the assistant administrator for global strategies for the Transportation Security Administration, (TSA) said that: “It’s not a single piece of technology, a single system. There is no silver bullet.” The idea is that the closest thing to the “silver bullet” is for the traveling populace to be “known to the government.” In other words, the more information people are willing to tell the government about themselves, the easier it will be to fly. How convenient for the gendarmes of this evil government!
Much of the problem lies in the fact that most as usual, will go along with this invasion of all privacy just to make things easier. They will do this without hesitation, and will divulge all their personal and private information in the name of being able to travel with so-called less hassle. These pre-check programs are already in place in some areas, but pre-check simply means that you are “known,” and tracked. Over 200,000 fliers have already enrolled in these scams called “expedited screening” programs, but it will most likely be required of all within a few years.
What is happening is that instead of getting rid of the horrendous TSA, and its perverted idiot employees, much more intensive measures will be forthcoming, but sold under the guise of faster and less intrusive security. It may actually be faster, but it will certainly not be less intrusive from the standpoint of the government having all life knowledge of each and every traveller.
Most all arguments concerning government indiscretions and invasions are framed incorrectly. Instead of asking for more reform or less hassle, the people should be demanding that all freedom be evident, and that all intrusion be eliminated. That will not happen in this case, as the apathetic masses will go along to get along, and will do so at the risk of losing all their privacy and liberty, while the government strips them naked of self.
This can only lead to a society filled with those few who rule, and the rest who are nothing more than slaves to the state!