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undisciplined and ignorant of the basic system principles on the one hand, while keeping them confused, disorganized, and distracted with matters of no real importance on the other hand… Keep the public busy, busy, busy, with no time to think; back on the farm with the other animals.

Recall what the primary evidence of victory is in the elite’s war on the public. What demonstrates to them that we are conceding defeat and ready to further enslavement? Consent. Notice the following from the interview (emphasis added):

CHARLES PENA, THE INDEPENDENT INSTITUTE: Airline travelers in particular have given up tremendous amount of privacy and even rights, certain basic rights to get – to get on an airplane. We are searched when we essentially when we get on an airplane, without a warrant. And that has become normal operating procedure for all of us now. We accept that. We’re willing to essentially allow authorities to be able to see us naked?

JOE JOHNS, CNN CORRESPONDENT: The sad wisdom is we are never going to get perfect airline security. But the closer we get to it, the more [rights] we will have to give up.

[From Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars:] “Do this: maximize control – to get this: minimum resistance to control…”

“When the government is able to [enact measures that take away the public’s civil rights] without [the populace becoming outraged], it is an indication that the public is ripe for surrender and is consenting to enslavement and legal encroachment.

Since the incident of Richard Reid, the infamous “shoe bomber” 6 of the December 22nd, 2001 American Airlines Flight 63 from Paris to Miami, whose attempt to blow up that plane also failed (thanks to the alertness and action of the passengers and flight attendants), all would-be passengers on U.S. flights are required to remove their shoes in the security zone and place them on the scanning conveyor belt along with their luggage.

After this “underwear bomber” incident, the TSA has aggressively rolled out the deployment of these full body scanners (which were already being manufactured in larger quantities prior to this incident) in airports throughout the nation 7. They produce such a vivid black and white image of the individual’s body as to earn them the nickname “nude body scanners”. To the great consternation and discomfort of a vast majority of

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Richard Colvin Reid, also known as the Shoe Bomber, is a self-admitted member of al-Qaeda who pled guilty in 2002 in U.S. federal court to eight criminal counts of terrorism stemming from his attempt to destroy a commercial aircraft in-flight by detonating explosives hidden in his shoes… on [the] December 22, 2001, passenger [American Airlines flight] 63 from Paris, France to Miami, Florida… The explosive apparently did not detonate due to the one-day delay in the take-off of Reid’s flight. He had worn his shoes for more than one day, and the rainy weather, perhaps along with Reid’s accumulated foot perspiration, caused the fuse to be too damp to ignite.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Reid

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Schiphol in the Netherlands was the first airport in the world to implement this device on a large scale after a test with flight personnel the previous year. On May 15, 2007 two of 17 purchased security scans were installed. A longer list of airports with full-body scanners can be found on bigbrotherwatch.org.uk. Full- body scanners have been installed in at least one Florida courthouse and are starting to appear in courthouses around the US. At least one New Jersey PATH train station used full-body scanners in 2006. This was a two week trial. As of November 20, 2010, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) reported that there were 385 full-body scanners now in use at 68 United States airports… The United States plans to deploy 1,000 full body scanners by the end of 2011. The US Government has also hinted at the possibility of deploying the full body scanners at train stations and subways.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_body_scanner