Airport Security Is Obedience Training For Humans.

After the US government assaulted the public with the 9/11 false flag event, corrupt globalist and President George W Bush signed legislation that created the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency designed to be larger than the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Border Patrol combined. While the TSA has many duties, the most visible to the public is airport security. The 9/11 false flag event successfully frightened people into thinking that terrorists were lurking behind every luggage carousel and therefore our human dignity and basic rights had to be violated for our own safety. 

With a yearly budget of nearly $10 Billion, the TSA staffed up and installed invasive high tech equipment in airports nationwide. This resulted in a greater tax burden for citizens but no greater security for the nation. What it succeeded in was creating massive hassles and delays for flyers. But mostly it taught us that the government is all-powerful and we had to obey it. You see, it was never really about security. The TSA exists to condition us into accepting continuous surveillance and constant intrusions to our privacy. It teaches us that no one is exempt from luggage searches, x-ray scans, or full-body pat downs that some have compared to government-sanctioned rape. We're herded like cattle, forced to remove belts and shoes, swabbed for bomb residue, scanned by machines that reveal our naked forms, and then barked at by ill-tempered goons with authority complexes. And it's all done in full view of the hundreds of people waiting their turn behind us.

It's obedience training for humans. It's the government saying, "We own you and you'll do as you're told." And it works. When the covid psy-op rolled out in 2020, the same government said, "Lock down, stay home, close your businesses, wear a mask, social distance, get jabbed." And the people obeyed without questioning any of it.

I recently found two short videos that confirm what I've been saying about airport security for many years. The first is from James Corbett in which he too says the TSA's mission is more about compliance and obedience than national security. The second video is from Lee Camp of 'Behind The Headlines'. Camp's reveals how the TSA has done little or nothing to improve flight safety or national security but it has been effective at assaulting innocent travelers.

Take a look at both, and keep all of this in mind the next time you're standing in line at the airport, barefoot and beltless, with a rubber-gloved hand moving up your leg to your crotch.

The TSA (And Other Experiments In Evil):

TSA Has Assaulted Us For 20 Yrs With Nothing To Show For It:

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