Ethan A. Huff,
Sunday, May 8, 2011
(NaturalNews) Now that Osama Bin Laden is allegedly dead (for something like the ninth time), prepare to eventually be groped, molested, and herded through naked body scanners and other X-ray scanning machines everywhere you go. According to a recent CBS New York report, “counter terrorism” experts and other “security” officials are gearing up to require all Americans to essentially show their papers everywhere they go — at the shopping mall, sports stadium, museum, grocery store, and even at church.
Security consultant David Boehm told CBS that because of Osama’s supposed death, terrorists will now likely go after smaller, more common “soft” targets , which conveniently equates to government security checkpoints being set up all over the place. A classic play taken right from the false flag handbook, the proposed new security measures are posing as a necessary protocol to keep Americans “safe” and “secure” from the terrorists.
“The reason they’re called ‘soft’ is because it’s so easily accessible to anyone,” said Broehm to CBS. “There has to be security checks for the safety of all people.”
Broehm also went on to suggest that Americans need to be spying on each other more, and acting as “eyes and ears” to help the police in “keep[ing] each other safe.” The same CBS article that quotes Broehm even had the gall to insanely call such domineering, tyrannical police state activity “freedom” with a “heavy price.”
But this is the way those controlling the American government work. A disaster or attack occurs, the people react, and the government comes up with a convenient “solution” that seizes more freedom and liberty from the people. And if the people are unwilling to sacrifice that freedom in the name of safety and security, then more disasters and attacks mysteriously occur to scare the people into submission. In this case, the Osama charade is flagrantly and openly being used to usher in more government tyranny.
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This article was posted: Sunday, May 8, 2011 at 4:00 am