Breaking Free of our Shackles

“When our opinions change, regimes fall or change. And it can happen peacefully, simply by the withdrawal of consent.”

“Ultimately, when the mass of the public says – we’re not going to be treated like this anymore – things DO change. Because the people responsible for putting us in this situation are a small minority. WE are the majority.” (Tenth Amendment Center)

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An Appeal to the People of London

“You are part of the generation, the only generation fit and healthy enough to take on these creeps….. don’t take the bait. Go home and prepare for the real fight.”

The Revolution Business

Global Research TV

Adam Kokesh joins Russia Today

Peaceful noncompliance is the only way forward

http://www.jimcorr.com/

How to avoid both the naked body scanner and TSA gropes!

Barb’s Note: If everyone who flies takes Matt’s lead in this and follows his example, we can effect change. He made it through without being irradiated or sexually assaulted by TSA. Read the account, and listen to the recording to see how he accomplished this. Then think about what would happen if others started doing this, en masse.

My TSA Encounter

By Matt Kernan

Noblasters.com

“You don’t need to see his identification.”

On November 21, 2010, I was allowed to enter the U.S. through an airport security checkpoint without being x-rayed or touched by a TSA officer. This post explains how.

Edit: Minor edits for clarity. I have uploaded the audio and it is available here.

This past Sunday, I was returning from a trip to Europe. I flew from Paris to Cincinnati, landing in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

As I got off my flight, I did all of the things that are normally requested from U.S. citizens returning from abroad. I filled out the customs declarations, confirmed that I hadn’t set foot on any farmland, and answered questions about the chocolates that I had purchased in Switzerland. While I don’t believe that these questions are necessary, I don’t mind answering them if it means some added security. They aren’t particularly intrusive. My passport was stamped, and I moved through customs a happy citizen returning home.

But wait – here was a second line to wait in.

This new line led to a TSA security checkpoint. You see, it is official TSA policy that people (both citizens and non-citizens alike) from international flights are screened as they enter the airport, despite the fact that they have already flown. Even before the new controversial security measures were put in place, I found this practice annoying. But now, as I looked past the 25 people waiting to get into their own country, I saw it: the dreaded Backscatter imaging machine. READ MORE…

Take Action: Defeat the Scanners and Gropers

We Won’t Fly

The Plan is Simple:

  • If you absolutely, positively must fly, opt out of the scanners. Do it to protect your health and privacy.
  • If you can avoid flying, don’t fly. Hit the airlines in the pocketbook until the scanners and gropers are gone. Make the airlines work for us.
  • Raise holy hell. Register your disapproval of the scanners and gropers to your airline, your hotel and all government officials who claim to work for you. Educate your community.

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