Indoctrination is  a  very interesting thing.  How  do you  accustom a population to having their civil liberties  encroached  upon?

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Declare the  need  for  enhanced security and the need  to  remove  security  risks  that  would come from certain objects  or  personal  belongings.  Yell terrorist activity,  possible  endangerment  of a  flight  due to  liquids and gels (  in some  cases  even  breast milk and  that life threatening  full tube of  toothpaste).

Carry on until you take the  fight  out  of them.  Once  the populace  has become  accustomed to  being  molested  or  irradiated they are told  it is  safe  to  relax and  begin to allow   all the  items  they  told you  were a  danger to  your  safety.

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It  seems  they are  no longer  dangerous  after all,  hehehehe,   Our Bad…..    But ,  good   news,  you  don’t have  worry because   we  are here  to  stay.  That  way  we can ensure  your safety from  all those potential terrorist  weapons as  you  fly  while  coping a  feel,

   
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messing  with  your  colostomy  bag,   rummaging  around in  your  adult  diapers,

or  scaring the  living  daylights  out of  your  children.

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because  we can .  Just  to  let  you  know  who’s really in charge.

Have a  nice  flight !!

~Desert Rose~

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By Jeff Plungis – Mar 5, 2013 1:05 PM CT

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration will let people carry small pocketknives onto passenger planes for the first time since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, along with golf clubs, hockey sticks and plastic Wiffle Ball-style bats.

The agency will permit knives with retractable blades shorter than 6 centimeters (2.36 inches) and narrower than 1/2 inch, TSA Administrator John Pistole said today at an aviation security conference in Brooklyn. The change, to conform with international rules, takes effect April 25.

Passengers will also be allowed to board flights with some other items that are currently prohibited, including sticks used to play lacrosse, billiards and hockey, ski poles and as many as two golf clubs, Pistole said.

The changes attracted criticism from labor unions representing flight attendants.

“This policy was designed to make the lives of TSA staff easier, but not make flights safer,” Stacy Martin, president of the Transportation Workers Union local that represents Southwest Airlines Co. flight attendants, said in a statement.

“While we agree that a passenger wielding a small knife or swinging a golf club or hockey stick poses less of a threat to the pilot locked in the cockpit, these are real threats to passengers and flight attendants in the passenger cabin,” Martin said.

‘Shortsighted Decision’

Pistole’s announcement reflects “a poor and shortsighted decision by the TSA,” the Flight Attendants Union Coalition, representing five labor groups, said in a statement. “We believe that these proposed changes will further endanger the lives of all flight attendants and the passengers we work so hard to keep safe and secure.”

Changes removing items like sporting goods from the prohibited list are based on recommendations from a TSA working group that’s trying to weed out commonly confiscated items that don’t present a security threat, agency spokesman David Castelveter said.

“These are popular items we see regularly,” Castelveter said. “They don’t present a risk to transportation security.”

Pistole, the former No. 2 official at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has stressed the use of intelligence and “risk- based” security during his tenure leading TSA. The agency is moving away from uniform procedures that apply to every passenger and toward efforts to perform background checks on passengers before they arrive at an airport.

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