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Outsource transportation security

March 7, 2012

Scrap the xray-vision-nudie machines. Fire the patter downers. No bid contract Jonathan Netanyahu’s brother to provide airport security.

This video is here to demonstrate that the TSA’s insistence that the nude body scanner program is effective and necessary is nothing but a fraud, just like their claims that the program is safe (radiation what?) and non-invasive (nude pictures who?).  The scanners are now effectively worthless, as anyone can beat them with virtually no effort.  The TSA has been provided this video in advance of it being made public to give them an opportunity to turn off the scanners and revert to the metal detectors.  I personally believe they now have no choice but to turn them off. Please share this video with your family, friends, and most importantly, elected officials in federal government.  Make sure they understand that your vote is contingent on them fixing the abuse that 200,000 passengers face from the TSA on a daily basis. My legal battle against the TSA’s nude body scanner and pat-down molestation program continues in court, soon with a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court.  If you’d like to donate to this effort, send PayPal to: jon [at] fourtentech.com http://bit.ly/wNilOJ

Hat tip: Drudge

N.B. Lest we forget. Jonathan Netanyahu was killed on July 4, 1976 while leading the special forces element of the successful rescue of over 100 hi-jacked airplane passenger hostages from an African potentate at Entebbe, Uganda. Read all about it, including:

Jonathan Netanyahu 1946-1976

We come with a simple message to the [United Nations Security] Council: we are proud of what we have done because we have demonstrated to the world that a small country, in Israel’s circumstances, with which the members of this Council are by now all too familiar, the dignity of man, human life and human freedom constitute the highest values. We are proud not only because we have saved the lives of over a hundred innocent people—men, women and children—but because of the significance of our act for the cause of human freedom.[38][39] —Chaim Herzog http://bit.ly/zCBo7h

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