“And here I am crying. Never in my wildest dreams that I’d think that this was gonna make me cry. But I’m crying because I’m just really really upset that, as an American, I have to go through this. And I do feel violated. I didn’t think that I would, when I had to opt out of the machine, but I completely feel violated. This woman, she touched my vagina, four times.”
Twenty minutes later, after she composes herself, Susie says that she spoke to a TSA supervisor. She was given a “TSA Customer Comment Card” and was given three options: call a number to complain, fill out the card and mail it, or she could go to tsa.gov and fill out a complaint. She continues:
“I have no idea what this is going to do. I’m hoping that other people that feel violated as an American will make these complaints, and maybe they [the TSA] will change something if they get enough of them. I don’t know, but that’s why I’m doing it, because I’m hoping that something will change in the near future. Because, I was thinking about it, I was like, drug smugglers sometimes (I’ve heard) put drugs up their rectum. So, what happens when a bomber or somebody, a terrorist, puts something up their rectum? Are we going to get rectal exams at the airport? Is that what’s next?…
“A very sweet older woman, who is an airport volunteer came over to me, and she was trying to comfort me because she saw me crying… and she said ‘Well, honey, you know what? I’d rather do a pat-down or go through the scanner than be blown up.’ And I’m like, I guess I’m supposed to find comfort in that, but I didn’t. It’s just all very odd, and I feel like none of this works anyway.”
Recall the following from Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars (emphasis added):
“[The silent weapon] shoots situations, instead of bullets; propelled by data processing, instead of chemical reaction (explosion)…”
In order to accurately calculate the effect of deployed silent weapons, data must be gathered and analyzed constantly. After what the reader now understands regarding this third world war (being waged primarily on the American public), the real purpose of these TSA Customer Comment Cards ought to be apparent. They are a means of public voluntary information submittal, provided to the public for the purpose of gauging the effectiveness of this particular weapon (i.e. the TSA and its current measures), so that they can “improve their service” to their flock, their cattle. Data must be gathered and analyzed: How many willingly submit to body scans? How many opt out? How many are effectively intimidated? How many file a complaint? How many put up with the invasive pat downs? How many emotionally break down? How many stand firm to the point of being escorted out of the airport?
Recall the remainder of the definition of a silent weapon: