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Celebrate Thanksgiving by participating in TSA ‘Opt Out and Film Week’

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Ethan A. Huff
Natural News
Nov 23, 2012

The busiest travel week of the year is upon us, as millions of Americans busily head to airports and board flights to visit loved ones for the Thanksgiving holiday. And while this is typically a time during which most people relax and forget about the cares of this world, it is critical that freedom-loving citizens remember to take a stand for their constitutional liberties while traveling by participating in TSA Opt Out and Film Week, a protest created by InfoWars.com to “bite the hand that feels you.”

You can learn all about TSA Opt Out and Film Week by visiting: http://www.infowars.com/optout/

Anyone who has flown out of an American airport within the past several years already knows that in order to even get to their gates, travelers are required to either pass through cancer-causing naked body scanners, which generate nude images of their bodies for TSA screeners to view, or agree to be physically groped by a TSA screener in accordance with the full-body pat down protocol, which involves TSA screeners running their fingers through travelers’ underwear and feeling their genital areas.

Such absurdity has been taking place since late 2010 when the TSA first convinced Americans that they had to either be blasted with ionizing radiation or be subjected to public molestation in order to protect national security. And while most Americans continue to go along with this unconstitutional search and seizure protocol when flying, a small remnant has continued to protest this gross violation of personal liberty by at least refusing the naked body scanner, and instead agreeing to a pat down.

Though both protocols are unabashedly unconstitutional, opting out of the naked body scanner sends the message to the TSA that travelers do not consent to being forced through machines that generate nude images of their bodies. It also greatly slows down the TSA screening process which, if everyone decided to opt out, would force the TSA to stop the ridiculous charade entirely and revert back to simple metal detectors, which are far more effective at detecting weapons than either the pat down or the naked body scanner.

So in an effort to show the TSA that Americans are still not okay with being sexually assaulted by federal government goons, InfoWars.com has launched TSA Opt Out and Film Week during the week of November 19-26. Participants are being encouraged to not only opt out of the naked body scanner, but also to take pictures and video footage of TSA agents as they force people through screening and grope-down lines. InfoWars.com has also created fliers and other literature that participants can print and hand out to other travelers to raise awareness about the TSA’s unconstitutional behavior and existence.

Be sure to check out the Opt Out and Film Week announcement page at:
http://www.infowars.com/optout/

  • A d v e r t i s e m e n t

Freedom-loving patriots have collectively helped shut down TSA body scanners and molestation procedures before, and we can collectively do it again. Now is the time to step up once again and refuse to have our liberties violated by a federal oligarchy that has no respect for the constitutional rights of American citizens.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.infowars.com/optout/

http://digitaljournal.com/article/336517

http://www.naturalnews.com/037987_TSA_opt_out_liberty.html

This article was posted: Friday, November 23, 2012 at 5:43 am





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