Thursday, April 28, 2011

American Tyranny: Sexual Humiliation From Abu Ghraib to an Airport Near You

by Michael Maharrey

An invasive TSA pat-down at the Dallas airport  left former Miss U.S.A  Susie Castillo in tears. She said the search left her feeling violated, and she likened it to molestation.

Castillo made an emotional video shortly after the incident on April 21.

“I’m sure this woman was just doing her job. But she…I mean she actually…felt…touched my vagina,” she said. “And so I think that’s why I’m crying; that’s what I’m so emotional, because I’m already so upset that they’re making me go – making me do this. Making me choose to either get molested, because that’s what I feel like and, or, or, go through this machine that’s completely unhealthy and dangerous. I don’t want to go through it, and here I am crying.”

Ironically, a TSA nullification bill was filed in the Texas legislature last month, a bill that would ban the full body scanners and make it a crime to preform invasive searches. The legislation would make it a criminal offense to:
 as part of a search performed to grant access to a publicly accessible building or form of transportation, intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly: (A) searches another person without probable cause to believe the person committed an offense; and (B) touches the anus, sexual organ, or breasts of the other person, including touching through clothing, or touches the other person in a manner that would be offensive to a reasonable person.

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  1. It is sad to see that Mis Castillo felt it right to say that the TSA employee who assaulted her was "just doing her job."

    There are some jobs that no self-respecting human being should just be doing. That of a US-Government-employed agent of sexual humiliation is one. That of Nazi concentration camp guard is another.

  2. I fully agree and this is a total disgrace that our own government has turned into a bunch of molesting perverts. I just had to link to this post. I hope you don’t mind: click here!

  3. Louis, thanks much for the link from your Ron Paul Piece.

    Your perspective on Paul is radically different from that of most. His position on TSA groping would certainly be a good litmus test.

    This and other points you raise are well worth keeping in mind.

  4. That’s how you know it wont work – especially when the JBS are involved in passing ANYTHING.. The bill probably has plenty of earmarks and loopholes in it. Remember this guy was in charge of getting US out of the UN. He talks a good talk, but fails in a good walk. The MAIN point in all the legislation is this: When SCOTUS is stacked with socialists abound and the almighty state is geared toward a NWO, what makes you think ANY bill will do any good unless the “evil men” that surround the POTUS are removed and the minds of the people that elected this monster are totally changed. We can survive some crooked presidents, but we can’t survive the idiots that keep electing Satan into power. Choosing between Satan and Satan is sick and the Mason-packed media will always pound the drums of confusion. Remember: Pride stops to admire. Excellency proceeds forth, and Consistency drives them all to a place well deserved.

  5. Louis, are you saying that Ron Paul is insincere in professing to oppose TSA groping of air travelers, or that he his merely incompetent?

    The idea that there are fraudulent champions of popular ideas whose function is to dissipate popular pressure for reform is interesting.

    If there are puppet rulers, why not puppet oppositions?