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KILLER_CLOWN
08-01-2011, 03:08 PM
In a new twist to the TSA saga to which we can only say, “We told ya so,” the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has obtained documents through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that reveal TSA employees are reporting “cancer clusters” among their own employees who work near radiation body scanners. At the same time, DHS refuses to issue dosimeters to TSA employees because, obviously, those dosimeters would indicate alarming levels of radiation exposure. So it’s better to just keep everyone ignorant and keep irradiating all the TSA employees and hope nobody notices, apparently.

That TSA employees are giving themselves cancer by irradiating innocent travelers is perhaps the most striking bit of tragic justice we’ve yet seen in this entire fiasco. TSA agents commit felony crimes every single day against innocent travelers, molesting them, illegally detaining them and humiliating them as part of the “security screening” procedures. They’re also irradiating them with the naked body scanners that we all know Janet Napolitano openly lied about (http://www.naturalnews.com/032839_body_scanners_TSA.html). As a side effect of that irradiation effort, TSA employees are also irradiating themselves. Cancer, not surprisingly, will not be far behind.

By the way, the best and most timely reporting on this subject is currently coming from Paul Joseph Watson at PrisonPlanet.com, who, together with Alex Jones leading the protests, has been hammering both the TSA and the Texas legislature over these criminal pat-downs (http://www.prisonplanet.com/cancer-surges-in-body-scanner-operators-tsa-launches-cover-up.html). In an age where nearly all mainstream journalism is little more than comedic shilling for Big Government, it’s refreshing to know that people like Watson are still pursuing the role of honest journalism that questions government’s lies (as in the Nixon era).

Napolitano lied about safety of body scanners

Why are the body scanners causing cancer clusters among TSA employees? As we reported yesterday, Janet Napolitano lied about the safety of the devices, claiming that NIST had “affirmed the safety” of them. NIST fired back an email that specifically explained NIST doesn’t test the safety of products at all! Ever! Therefore, all the claims that these devices were tested and confirmed as safe was complete B.S. from Napolitano. Just an outright lie. Not a shred of truth to be found.

You see, when government has abandoned the truth as a matter of policy, it can only resort to lies to further its agenda. The truth no longer has any place in the U.S. government, where criminals and thugs simply make up whatever lies they want and then pass them off as “truth” to the press (which dutifully reports all government lies as truths). This is precisely the case with the TSA and these naked body scanners. It’s also the situation with the economy, the unemployment rate and the national debt, if you follow economic news. The American empire has become what the Roman Empire was right before its fall: A tragic cabal of professional thieves and liars who run the government and steal from the People.

TSA employees fry their own genitals with radiation

Now, even though the NIST did not test the safety of these machines, it did warn airport screeners to avoid standing next to them because the machines clearly emitted doses of radiation that could mutate DNA and cause cancer.

The bulk of TSA employees, who we’ve already established are among the most intellectually-challenged individuals which are still somehow employable, don’t seem to care that they’re getting fried with radiation every day on the job. In fact, many TSA employees don’t even understand the laws of physics, as has been demonstrated over and over when they tell travelers truly idiotic things like, “There’s no radiation from these machines.” (True story. This is what one of our contributing writers was told by a TSA agent in Denver.)

Gee, how do they think the machines work? Do they think they’re magic? Who needs radiation when you can just use magic to see through people!

The one notable upshot from all this is the realization that TSA agents might experience so much DNA damage from standing next to those machines that they will be rendered completely infertile and therefore have no ability to reproduce. This, the scientists say, is called “natural selection.” Those best adapted to surviving will pass on their genes to the next generation, while those who fail to protect the integrity of their own DNA get removed from the human gene pool. I can’t think of a more appropriate example of natural selection in action. Darwin eats TSA agents as a mid-morning snack, it seems. So maybe those radiation machines do have a purpose after all…

All kidding aside, there’s a kind of poetic justice in the idea that these agents who terrorize innocents will one day find themselves on the receiving end of a chemotherapy drip. It’s not that we wish suffering upon anyone, but this is a suffering they have brought upon themselves. At what point, I wonder, will the cancer-stricken TSA employees finally figure out the government is lying to THEM, too?

That’s a realization shared by many veterans who sign up for military service with all sorts of patriotic enthusiasm and then one day realize the government has stolen their health benefits and abandoned their needs. Such is the result of naive faith in a government that couldn’t care less about the people it claims to serve. Well, heck, I’m not even sure the government continues that “serving the people” cover story anymore. Now, the government openly claims to be the supreme power over the servant people.

http://www.truthistreason.net/tragic-justice-tsa-reports-agents-developing-cancer-from-naked-body-scanners

BucEyedPea
08-01-2011, 03:12 PM
Well, then let's keep them. That's one way to rid of a govt agency via self destruction.

orange
08-01-2011, 03:13 PM
TSA Cancer Cluster Myth Buster

This is old news, but its back in the news and since its such an important topic, we wanted to address it again to alleviate any concerns it might be causing.



Myth: There is a TSA employee cancer cluster at the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) related to the backscatter body scanners.

Fact: There is no relationship between any cancer diagnoses in Boston and the technology in the airport. (Based on a survey by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health). In fact, there were no body scanners at BOS when the complaints were filed.


I blogged about this back in May, but all of our X-ray technology (backscatter body scanners, and all baggage scanners) has been tested and retested and our scanners are operating safely. You can actually take a look at the reports and read about how we test the machines here.

http://blog.tsa.gov/2011/06/tsa-cancer-cluster-myth-buster.html

KILLER_CLOWN
08-01-2011, 03:15 PM
TSA Cancer Cluster Myth Buster

This is old news, but its back in the news and since its such an important topic, we wanted to address it again to alleviate any concerns it might be causing.



Myth: There is a TSA employee cancer cluster at the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) related to the backscatter body scanners.

Fact: There is no relationship between any cancer diagnoses in Boston and the technology in the airport. (Based on a survey by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health). In fact, there were no body scanners at BOS when the complaints were filed.


I blogged about this back in May, but all of our X-ray technology (backscatter body scanners, and all baggage scanners) has been tested and retested and our scanners are operating safely. You can actually take a look at the reports and read about how we test the machines here.

http://blog.tsa.gov/2011/06/tsa-cancer-cluster-myth-buster.html

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Donger
08-01-2011, 03:16 PM
TSA Cancer Cluster Myth Buster

This is old news, but its back in the news and since its such an important topic, we wanted to address it again to alleviate any concerns it might be causing.



Myth: There is a TSA employee cancer cluster at the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) related to the backscatter body scanners.

Fact: There is no relationship between any cancer diagnoses in Boston and the technology in the airport. (Based on a survey by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health). In fact, there were no body scanners at BOS when the complaints were filed.


I blogged about this back in May, but all of our X-ray technology (backscatter body scanners, and all baggage scanners) has been tested and retested and our scanners are operating safely. You can actually take a look at the reports and read about how we test the machines here.

http://blog.tsa.gov/2011/06/tsa-cancer-cluster-myth-buster.html

LMAO

I got into an argument with TSA goon who was at the other side of the peep show a few weeks ago. After stepping out, I mumbled something about government funded radiation, and this guy said, "What was that!!?" I said it louder and he responded, "This don't use radiation. It's more like sonar."

After a quick giggle, I explained that sonar is actually sound, not RF, so he was completely wrong.

loochy
08-01-2011, 03:20 PM
LMAO

I got into an argument with TSA goon who was at the other side of the peep show a few weeks ago. After stepping out, I mumbled something about government funded radiation, and this guy said, "What was that!!?" I said it louder and he responded, "This don't use radiation. It's more like sonar."

After a quick giggle, I explained that sonar is actually sound, not RF, so he was completely wrong.

Haha.

What did he think he was operating? A dolphin machine?

KILLER_CLOWN
08-01-2011, 03:26 PM
Logan is first with scanners
Full-body images part of the drill starting Monday

March 06, 2010|Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff

The first of 450 controversial full-body scanners to be deployed at airports around the country this year will be put into use at Logan International Airport on Monday.

About 120 passengers went through one of the machines at Logan’s Terminal A as part of a test yesterday.

Logan has received three machines, which scan passengers’ bodies for weapons and explosives beneath their clothing using low-level X-ray beams, and the airport is expected to have more than a dozen in place at three terminals by the end of the summer. The units, which cost $130,000 to $170,000, were purchased with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds.

The use of the scanners in airports is key to the Obama administration’s plan to improve airport security, and Logan officials pushed to be the first airport to get the new scanners, said Edward Freni, director of aviation at Logan. “We want to be the laboratory where these things are tested.’’

Deployment of the body scanners has been slowed by objections from privacy advocates over the detailed images the machines produce. But according to a recent TripAdvisor.com poll, 78 percent of 2,249 travelers surveyed said they were comfortable with the use of full-body scanners. People who opt not to go through the scanner will be patted down instead.

Laurie Thompson of Lowell, who was flying from Boston to Florida yesterday, said the idea of having her body scanned didn’t worry her.

“I’m all for safety,’’ she said. “The only thing that really bothers me is when we have to take off our shoes.’’

To undergo the scan, which utilizes backscatter technology, passengers step between two booths, turn to the side, and raise their hands above their heads. A slightly blurred black and white image of the traveler’s body pops up on a screen viewed by a Transportation Security Administration agent in a separate location.

If something out of the ordinary is detected, the agent radios the TSA worker at the scanner to have the passenger searched. For privacy reasons, the agent with the passenger never sees the passenger’s image, and the agent viewing the image never sees the passenger. The process takes less than 20 seconds.

The radiation levels used in these machines have been tested extensively, said Lee Kair, assistant administrator for security operations at the TSA. “It’s equivalent to the amount of radiation that a passenger would receive in two minutes of flight,’’ he said.

The next round of full-body scanners will be installed at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago within a week. The TSA plans to install 150 at 11 airports by the summer, and 300 more by the end of the year.

Forty full-body scanners that use millimeter wave technology, which bounces electromagnetic waves off the body, are in use at 19 airports nationwide. The Obama administration has called for the purchase of 500 additional machines in 2011.

Katie Johnston Chase can be reached at johnstonchase@globe.com.

http://articles.boston.com/2010-03-06/business/29297466_1_full-body-scanners-tsa-worker-logan-international-airport

BucEyedPea
08-01-2011, 03:37 PM
Cool that Donger uses these contraptions.

Donger
08-01-2011, 03:40 PM
Cool that Donger uses these contraptions.

Why is that?

orange
08-01-2011, 03:42 PM
Conclusions and Recommendations

Based on several pieces ofevidence noted in this report, we believe that it is unlikely that the cancers reported are associated with exposures from the TSA baggage screening machines at BLIA. We found that the number ofemployees with cancer was not above the expected rates overall, and the specific types ofcancer diagnosed among TSA employees are varied and among the most common in the general population. Moreover, while the work inherently involves being in the area where ionizing radiation from the x-ray machines is present, the doses to TSA employees are not at the levels to be a health concern. In fact, when we compare the doses to the natural background radiation we alJ experience in our daily lives, the doses recorded are negligible. Based upon the commonality ofcancer in the United States, TSA employees will continue to be diagnosed with cancer ofall types, especially as the workforce ages.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/pdf/NIOSHTSABoston.pdf

BucEyedPea
08-01-2011, 03:43 PM
Why is that?
How come you ask?

KILLER_CLOWN
08-01-2011, 03:46 PM
Conclusions and Recommendations

Based on several pieces ofevidence noted in this report, we believe that it is unlikely that the cancers reported are associated with exposures from the TSA baggage screening machines at BLIA. We found that the number ofemployees with cancer was not above the expected rates overall, and the specific types ofcancer diagnosed among TSA employees are varied and among the most common in the general population. Moreover, while the work inherently involves being in the area where ionizing radiation from the x-ray machines is present, the doses to TSA employees are not at the levels to be a health concern. In fact, when we compare the doses to the natural background radiation we alJ experience in our daily lives, the doses recorded are negligible. Based upon the commonality ofcancer in the United States, TSA employees will continue to be diagnosed with cancer ofall types, especially as the workforce ages.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/pdf/NIOSHTSABoston.pdf

Sounds similiar to the Global Warming Hide the Decline agenda, not exactly scientific.

we believe that it is unlikely

This coming from the govt. is equal to Cover Yer Arse for possible legal ramifications.

Donger
08-01-2011, 03:51 PM
How come you ask?

Meh.

BucEyedPea
08-01-2011, 04:07 PM
Meh.

LMAO