U.S. Government Now Views Citizens Naked at Airports

By David J. Stewart

       Can you imagine? Virtuous Christian women, who save themselves only for their husband, are now viewed completely butt-naked by male security airport police. This is unbelievably evil. Already, at at least 10 U.S. airports, scanning equipment has been installed which allows sexually degenerate male security employees to lust upon your wife, clearly seeing her private areas. I cannot show you the picture from the original article because it is too revealing. This is incredibly frightening and hard to imagine. Our own government has the technology and is rotten enough to view our wives naked as they walk through the airport.

Security Scans Will Show Sex Organs!

New Airport Scanners Can See Underneath Clothes

News.com.au, June 11, 2008

SECURITY scanners that can see through passengers' clothing and reveal details such as their sex organs, colostomy bags and breast size, are being installed in 10 US airports.

A random selection of travelers getting ready to board airplanes in Washington, New York's Kennedy, Los Angeles and other key hubs will be shut in the glass booths while a three-dimensional image is made of their body beneath their clothes.

The booths close around the passenger and emit "millimetre waves" that go through cloth to identify metal, plastics, ceramics, chemical materials and explosives, according to the Transport Safety Authority.

While it allows the security screeners - looking at the images in a separate room - to clearly see the passenger's sexual organs as well as other details of their bodies, the passenger's face is blurred, TSA said.

The scan only takes seconds and is to replace the physical pat-downs of people that is currently widespread in airports.

TSA began introducing the body scanners in airports in April, first in the Phoenix, Arizona terminal.

The installation is picking up this month, with machines in place or planned for airports in Washington (Reagan National and Baltimore-Washington International), Dallas, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Miami and Detroit.

The new machines have provoked worries among passengers and rights activists.

"People have no idea how graphic the images are," Barry Steinhardt, director of the technology and liberty program at the American Civil Liberties Union, said.

The ACLU said passengers expecting privacy underneath their clothing "should not be required to display highly personal details of their bodies such as evidence of mastectomies, colostomy appliances, penile implants, catheter tubes and the size of their breasts or genitals as a pre-requisite to boarding a plane".

Besides masking their faces, the TSA says on its website, the images made "will not be printed stored or transmitted".

"Once the transportation security officer has viewed the image and resolved anomalies, the image is erased from the screen permanently. The officer is unable to print, export, store or transmit the image."

Lara Uselding, a TSA spokeswoman, said passengers were not obliged to accept the new machines.

"The passengers can choose between the body imaging and the pat-down," she said.

TSA foresees 30 of the machines installed across the country by the end of 2008. In Europe, Amsterdam's Schipol airport is already using the scanners.

SOURCE: http://www.news.com.au/story/0%2C23599%2C23845865-23109%2C00.html


Here's another article going back to 2003...

New Airport X-Ray Too Revealing

 (CBS News) | July 17, 2003

It wasn’t that long ago when this kind of airport security was the stuff of Hollywood fantasy, reports CBS News Correspondent Lee Cowan.

But that fantasy has now become a bare bones fact.

Ever since terrorist Richard Reid tried to detonate a bomb hidden in his shoes, the government has been searching for a faster, more efficient way to detect plastic explosives.

“The technology we’re using today, in some cases, can take 12 seconds to do a scan,” says Randal Null, Chief Technology Officer of the Transportation Security Administration. “We’d like to drive that down to a few seconds.”

So now, instead of looking at your shoes, Null says, “we are actually going to do a full body scan of an individual.”

Airport security screeners have the ability to take the shirt right off your back, “so all anatomical features are shown,” says Null.

It’s called Backscatter X-ray — low levels of radiation that could deliver high levels of embarrassment at airports all across the country.

Cowan demonstrated what its going to end up showing folks to Diane Marsh who says, shaking her head, “Oh no. I don’t like that. No I wouldn’t like that.”

Stacey and Elliot Goldstein of New York feel the same way.

“You feel like strangers are really looking at you,” Stacey says. “I don't know; it would really creep me out.”

But would you rather be patted down or would you rather go through this?

The $200,000 machine has already been tested at Orlando's International airport — where the x-rays of men were even more revealing.

Even the manufacturer was a little surprised at the clarity of some of its images and is now trying to do something to cover them up -- coming up with something the company calls an “electronic fig leaf.” But even without it, some passengers say it's okay to bare all.

Tanya Van Dorn from New York says she would be okay with that, “as long as they’re not saving it and putting it on the Internet.”

Miriam Schwarz agrees. “It’s not nice, but I guess in the world we live in today, it probably has to be.”

For now, the only thing passengers will have to continue to bare is their feet — a temporary fix to a problem some wish couldn't be so 'clearly' solved.

©MMIII, CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

It doesn't surprise me in a sicko Godless society that murders it's own children by abortion, and teaches the one's that are considered worthy of living that they evolved from monkeys, that nudity has become commonplace to the extent that the government thinks they have a right to view us naked without our permission. It is utter evil. There is no morality anymore. Because of the $50,000,000,000 a year pornography industry in America alone, women's bodies are no longer treated as sacred; but rather, as a commodity to be exchanged and sold.

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