by Mike Adams

the Health Ranger
June 27, 2011
from NaturalNews Website


In breaking news today, the NFL has bowed down to "Big Sis" Janet Napolitano and announced it will immediately implement enhanced TSA-style pat-downs of all football game fans!

This is the escalation of the TSA's power grab that I opened warned you about in articles posted on NaturalNews, saying,

"I've warned you many times here on NaturalNews about the TSA and its rise to Nazi-like power. This is the agency that's becoming the new secret police in Amerika."
These police-state pat-downs, you see, are going to be expanded to the point where you have to show your papers on demand at every government building, sporting event and even shopping malls and movie theaters.

America's descent into a total communist-style police state has begun.


The TSA has once again shown itself to be an agency utterly lacking in respect for human dignity by forcing a 95-year-old cancer patient to remove her adult diaper during the screening procedure.


Jean Weber, a leukemia patient, underwent the humiliating procedure at the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport where TSA agents, as usual, claim to be,

"protecting the public from terrorism."

(You have to question the intelligence, obviously, of any federal employee who believes that terrorists are hiding weapons inside the diaper of a 95-year-old cancer patient. More on that below...)


Outrage over the "adult diaper pat-down" has rapidly spread across the internet as more and more people are waking up and realizing the TSA has no concept of human dignity and can justify anything - yes, anything - as part of the "war on terror."


The TSA even justified this adult diaper pat-down, claiming what they did was conducted in a "respectful and sensitive manner."


Is respectful and sensitive raping next?

That's the same phrase they're going to use when they start conducting even more invasive body cavity searches on American travelers.


It's no stretch to imagine the TSA soon explaining,

"We reached into the anus of those 43 passengers to look for explosives in a respectful and sensitive manner."

Or better yet,

"We raped those teenagers by fondling their genitals and exploring their body cavities in a respectful and sensitive manner."

Adding the words "in a respectful and sensitive manner" to the crimes they are committing does not magically nullify the crimes themselves.


TSA agents are criminal perverts, molesters and rapists who combine an over-inflated sense of their own importance with a stunningly sick lack of respect and dignity for fellow human beings.

They're also ridiculously ineffective at actually increasing the security of air travel:

While they're busy checking infant diapers for poop bombs and adult diapers for terrorist weapons, they routinely miss handguns and other items that are blatantly thrown in carry-on bags and carried right onto airplanes.


War on Terror Update

TSA Forces 95 Year Old Woman to Remove Adult Diaper - Feel Safer Yet?
by TheFreedom2resist
June 26, 2011

from YouTube Website





Singling out the elderly for extensive pat-downs

To give you a glimpse into the world of idiotic logic used by the TSA to justify its pathetic existence, this adult diaper pat-down was explained by Sari Koshetz, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration in Miami, who said,

"During any part of the process, if there is an alarm, then we have to resolve that alarm."

Wheelchairs, it turns out, always trigger an alarm.


So the TSA spends an inordinate amount of time checking the underwear of all the people who can't walk. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that 95-year-old people who can't walk are probably not likely to carry out terrorist attacks on airplanes. But this concept is apparently too advanced for the TSA geniuses who have mastered the art of stripping common sense out of every rule and regulation they're given.

But here's the most asinine part of this whole event:

After the TSA took off her diaper, they complained that it was "soiled" and was impeding their search. ("How can we find bombs with all this crap in the way?") They then requested the diaper be changed to a new, unsoiled diaper, but the traveling family did not have a spare diaper available.

What? No diaper? That's probably because they didn't expect their own government to treat their 95-year-old grandma like a terrorist and remove her only diaper!

Perhaps the TSA should issue new guidelines to travelers so they'll be better prepared:

  • Bring a spare set of diapers in case we make you change them.

  • Bring a spare set of underwear in case we accidentally rip your existing set as we remove it.

  • Leave your dignity at home. You won't be needing it anymore.

TSA says it did no wrong!

TSA spokesperson Sari Koshetz, meanwhile, explained the fascinating reasoning behind all this by babbling like an idiot robot:

"TSA cannot exempt any group from screening because we know from intelligence that there are terrorists out there that would then exploit that vulnerability."

In other words, TSA agents are too stupid to assess the risk of terrorism by looking at people (or talking to them, like Israeli security forces do), and they are equally terrified by everyone.


Imagine moving through the world with this level of mental retardation - TSA agents who walk down the street on a dark night are just as terrified of a 95-year-old woman in a wheelchair as they are by a young gang banger wearing gang clothes and carrying a large knife.

The TSA seems to have lost the ability to distinguish between high security threats and low security threats... and these are the people running airport security!


Any terrorist that actually tries to get on an airplane with explosives must be amused by the fact that all the TSA agents are busy checking the diapers of senior citizens for poop bombs and are therefore too distracted to deal with real terrorism threats.


TSA employees need new work as diaper changers

While TSA employees absolutely suck at security, they do seem to be particularly well-skilled at changing the diapers of incontinent senior citizens.


This brings up a new job opportunity for them, actually:

Fire the TSA and offer their ex-workers new jobs changing diapers at nursing homes and assisted living centers. It would be far more helpful to society and might actually teach these people something about caring for fellow human beings.

It's time for America to stand up against the undignified and truly outrageous treatment of our veterans, grandmothers, and even infant babies at the hands of utterly idiotic TSA agents who claim to be "merely following orders."


That was the excuse of every Nazi Germany soldier, of course, who committed atrocities against humankind. Any idiot can "just follow orders."


What we need is some intelligent people who will refuse those orders if they violate basic human rights (not to mention Constitutional law).


TSA agents are reincarnated Nazi soldiers who merely follow orders

What the TSA's behavior really proves is that some human beings will do ANYTHING if their government hires them to do it.


TSA agents would shoot Jews if they were so ordered. They would sexually molest babies if that was a TSA rule. They would arrest and torture travelers using high-voltage electricity if that was required in the TSA manual. (The Milgram experiments readily proved this, by the way.)

There is nothing these TSA agents won't do in the name of "security." And that's what makes them such an Orwellian nightmare.


These are not people, they are animals because they lack the basic prerequisites of humanity: Compassion for fellow human beings, empathy and a recognition of basic human dignity.


But they're perfect for government jobs, of course, because government doesn't care about human dignity either!

I've warned you many times here on NaturalNews about the TSA and its rise to Nazi-like power. This is the agency that's becoming the new secret police in Amerika. If we do not stop this insanity right now, this agency will treat us all like their own private sex slaves, all while justifying it under some idiotic security regulation.


These events prove that TSA agents will do anything they are ordered to do. If so ordered, they would round people up and send them off to gas chambers. They would put a bullet in your head if there were a TSA regulation requiring such an act. They would kidnap and torment fellow human beings merely out of some sort of twisted, sadistic pleasure they get from exerting power over others.

If you ever wondered how Nazi soldiers could have committed such heinous crimes against humanity in the 1930's and 40's, look no further than the TSA! You are witnessing Nazi soldiers reincarnated as American government employees.

The TSA is hiring, by the way. You get full government benefits for as long as the U.S. federal government still exists and the dollar has any value. You also get to fondle people's junk and assert your false authority over innocent travelers.


That's a huge turn-on to the class of thuggish perverts who now heavily populate the ranks of the TSA.








TSA Pats Down...

Cancer-Stricken 95-Year-Old Woman

...and Removes Adult Diaper
by AOL Travel Staff
June 26, 2011

from NewsTravelAol Website



TSA security officers at Florida's Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport patted down a cancer-stricken, 95-year-old woman and forcibly removed her adult diaper during the search, CNN reports.


Could this end up being yet another TSA PR nightmare?

Jean Weber was traveling with her ill mother on June 18 from Florida to Michigan to see relatives "in the final stages of her battle with leukemia" when the incident occurred.

Weber told CNN that while she thinks the officers may have been "procedurally correct... the procedure needs to be changed." Weber noted that her mother had had a blood transfusion the week before.

Jean Weber says TSA officials

forced her 95-year-old mother, pictured here, to remove her adult diaper.





A Suspiciously "Wet and Firm" Diaper

While passing through security, TSA officials,

"felt something suspicious and they couldn't determine what it was," they took Weber's mother to a private room.

A TSA agent told Weber that her mother's Depends underwear was "wet and firm and they couldn't check it thoroughly," so the mother-daughter duo left in search of a bathroom to remove the underwear. Weber did not have an extra pair of Depends with her.

Weber "burst into tears" but her mother was "very calm" even though she was forced to go through the airport without underwear.


Her elderly mother was taken to the boarding gate without her as Weber was still going through security.


TSA Defends Search

In response to the incident, the TSA said on Sunday that,

"While every person and item must be screened before entering the secure boarding area, TSA works with passengers to resolve security alarms in a respectful and sensitive manner.


We have reviewed the circumstances involving this screening and determined that our officers acted professionally and according to proper procedure."




The TSA released a follow-up statement on Monday, MSNBC reports. The new statement is just a slight alteration from its original statement.


The TSA's latest statement reads:

"While every person and item must be screened before entering the secure boarding area, TSA works with passengers to resolve security alarms in a respectful and sensitive manner," the statement read.


"We have reviewed the circumstances involving this screening and determined that our officers acted professionally, according to proper procedure and did not require this passenger to remove an adult diaper."

This isn't the first time the TSA has gotten into hot water over pat down procedures. In April, a video of a 6-year-old getting a pat down at the New Orleans airport went viral, while in May, a video of a baby getting a pat down caused quite a stir.

Last week, the TSA announced they would change the procedures for patting down children.