Monday, February 28, 2011

The Genetic Patdown

After touching your junk, TSA now wants to scan and harvest your DNA

As if it's not enough for the TSA to feel you up at the airport, now they're experimenting withrapid results DNA scanners that can scan and analyze your DNA using just a drop of saliva. Spit at the TSA agent who is molesting you, in other words, and they can use that saliva to scan your DNA and thenstore it in a government database.

Why would they want to do that? We can only imagine. Remember, it wasAlex Jones who broke the story about hospitals secretly taking blood samples of babies and handing them over to the federal government for use in a national genetic database  (like in the movie Gattaca?)

The government routinely steals genetic material from people for its own nefarious purposes, as does the pharmaceutical industry. For example, the medical industry's so-called "Hela cells" which have been exploited for decades by vaccine and drug companies, were harvested and stolen decades ago from Henrietta Lacks without her permission or consent. Hela cells are the foundation of hundreds of billions of dollars in profit for Big Pharma, and they are all based on DNA theft perpetrated by the pharmaceutical industry.

Harvesting your DNA at the airport 

Now that the TSA is experimenting with portable DNA scanners, their real agenda becomes apparent: They will use airport security checkpoints to harvest DNA from the public in order to build up their government "bio bank" database of stolen DNA.

Of course, they will assure the public that they aren't storing the DNA information ...and the naked body scanners don't store images, either. Oh yeah, and the TSA's security procedures makeair travelsafer, too, if you can believe that.

Our source for this story is a report called "Genetic Patdown" published at TheDaily.com That story reveals that a company called NetBio manufactures the portable DNA scanning devices.

That same story also reveals that theTSA rolled out these DNA screening devices without even checking with the privacy committee of the DHS. Jim Harper, who serves on that committee, is even quoted in the story saying, "We're plunging into the unknown here."

But we aren't actually. It's not unknown. History has seen this before. It's called Nazi Germany. It's called the "Police State" approach to security: Use the power of big government to target the People as if they were all criminals. Then force them at gunpoint to consent to illegal searches and violations of their privacy. Do it all under the name of "homeland security" -- or Heimatschutz in German -- and keep the American people afraid by terrorizing them with occasional scary-sounding security alerts based on staged terrorism events that are often planned, organized and carried out bythe FBI!

The recent Portland "terrorism"event, for example, was actually carried out by the FBI itself which recruited and then entrapped an innocent man with a Muslin name

The government agents that carry out these kind of evil schemes -- "Verfassungssch├╝tzer" -- are the modern-day equivalent ofHitler's secret police. You don't think the name "Homeland Security" was chosen by mere coincidence, do you?

We're way past Orwell's 1984 here ... and well on our way to Gattaca.

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