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Monday, March 11, 2013

TSA Confession Describes Security Screenings As A Complete Joke

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com

"A LOT of what we do is make-believe." That's how the confession begins. It's a confession of a TSA agent, published once again in the New York Post. And it continues:

We're not any big deterrent. It's all for show. Most TSA screeners know their job is a complete joke. Their goal is to use this as a stepping stone to another government agency. We work in a culture where common sense has no place. All but a very few TSA personnel know they're employed by a bottom-of-the-barrel agency.

Although TSA agents can't seem to catch bombs or terrorists, TSA supervisors are apparently really good at catching TSA officers chewing gum:

Supervisors play absolutely no role in day-to-day functions except to tell you not to chew gum. Gum chewing is a huge issue with management.

TSA tests are rigged and sneaking devices onto airplanes "happens all the time" Those of us who pay attention to reality know that the TSA is a complete joke when it comes to stopping terrorism. The entire purpose of the TSA is not to stop terrorists but to indoctrinate the American population with "prisoner training" -- to get people used to having their children undressed and touched by strangers while government agents stick their hands down your pants and literally go inside your body wearing the same pair of gloves they used on their previous victim. (Hygiene be damned!)

TSA is an affront to human dignity. Its very existence is wholly unconstitutional, unethical and completely ineffective from a security point of view. When asked about the recent failure of TSA to catch a mock explosive device carried onto the airplane by a federal investigator, to anyone who works there. It happens all the time.  this TSA confessor said, "That's not even newsThe failure rate is pretty high, especially with federal investigators, and the pat-down itself is ridiculous.">

He then went on to explain how all the Newark airport internal TSA security tests are a hoax:

When there are internal tests, conducted by the Newark training department, it's easy to cheat because they use our co-workers. You could be working with someone all morning, and then they're gone. Word gets around the checkpoint. Someone will come over to you and say, "Hey, it's Joe. He's got a blue duffel bag."

TSA was also recently caught handing out security badges to workers with criminal records. As reported in CNS News:

[The TSA issued] security badges to aviation employees resulted in at least 11 individuals with criminal backgrounds obtaining badges that allowed access to secure areas of U.S. airports.

[The DHS Office of Inspector General] concluded that there still may be individuals with criminal records who are working in secured areas of airports.

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