This is starting to boil over, and properly so. If you don’t want to be treated like a sheep and "subject of the crown", arm-twisted into submission on this and a hundred other things, even while the central causes of the problems they claim to be addressing are deliberately being distorted and ignored, then stand up to TSA bullies and demand decent treatment as a citizen.
Terror subjects CAN be identified by national and religious profiling of high-risk subjects, with isolated screening. This abusive treatment of everyone as a potential terrorist, using methods of dangerous radiation exposures and sexual molestation, has to stop.
Americans line up to join ‘no-fly’ list
Tolerance maxed out for TSA security’s voyeurism, molestation, radiation blasts
Wednesday, November 24, 2010 is NATIONAL OPT-OUT DAY!
Say "I Opt Out."
Should you decide to opt out, you must be aware that the TSA will perform a pat down instead of subjecting you to the WBI/AIT. The TSA may try to pressure you into submitting to the WBI/AIT. You are not required by law to submit to imaging, however, many TSA employees may attempt to intimidate, coerce or insist that it is required. You will need to be firm, and sometimes will not be allowed to opt out unless you state in exactly these words "I opt out." While you should be able to opt out using your own terms, such as requesting a pat down instead, or stating that you will not be photographed nude, remember that not all screeners will be respectful of your decision. They may continue to insist until you say "I opt out." In these cases it is up to the individual traveler to determine whether to stand firm or to use the TSA’s preferred wording.
WARNING: Enhanced Pat Down
Be aware that the TSA is using what they call an "enhanced pat down" in many instances. These pat downs are much more rigorous and often include the TSA using their palms to touch your genitals in a manner that could feel like sexual assault. If you feel that you or your child were inappropriately touched during the enhanced pat down, call for a law enforcement officer.
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