#1 TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by algernonpj 02.06.2016 16:30

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follow up to:
Packed airports bring in ponies and clowns to ease traveler fury

TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System
Mac Slavo
SHTFplan.com
June 2, 2016

In a very classic sense, it is a strategy for acquiring more power.

Problem. Reaction. Solution.

Though the TSA has never been effective at catching or reducing terrorism, it has become very good at inconveniencing Americans.

Rifling through their things, herding them through x-ray machines reminiscent of Nazi policies, forcing people to withstand increasingly long lines, with many people even losing out on flights. All in the name of security.

After wait times across the country have made headlines and left airport travelers stranded and fed up, Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson, whose agency overseas the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), is calling for a solution based in… what else… greater security.

Secretary Johnson is using the 2016 travel crisis to push for more sign-ups in its Pre-Check program, in which applicants undergo a rigorous background check and pay an $85 fee for speedy TSA screenings. Johnson dubbed it “the E-ZPass of airports.”

As CBS News reports:

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As the TSA struggles to fix the airport security gridlock, airlines are jumping in to help.

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport is experimenting with a new system to expedite the process with new automated security lanes, which Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson describes as “the E-ZPass of airports.”

[Johnson told “CBS This Morning”] that becoming a TSA PreCheck member would help cut the wait down to an average of five minutes or less.

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But Johnson said that even “in the face of increased travel volume, we are not going to compromise aviation security.”


Anything to avoid a long line and a pat down, eh?

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For now, this Pre-Check system is an elite path to bypassing the rigor and discomfort of TSA screenings and speed up the hassle of traveling.

In the long run, it is part of the biometic ID grid that will place everyone under preemptive suspicion and real-time, global surveillance and monitoring.

Those who seek greater control are using the problem of long airport lines to whip the public into compliance with its new security systems (which have been active for many years, but so far only adopted by a few).

If people don’t sign-up now, can they expect more terrorism to speed the recruitment effort?


http://www.prisonplanet.com/tsa-long-lin...eck-system.html

#2 RE: TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by april 02.06.2016 17:24

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Of course it is always about furthering the agenda with them.

#3 RE: TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by april 02.06.2016 22:24

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#4 RE: TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by Cincinnatus 03.06.2016 00:14

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#5 RE: TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by ThirstyMan 03.06.2016 11:29

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#6 RE: TSA Long Lines Part Of Scheme to Move Americans to Mandatory “Biometic Background Pre-Check System” by algernonpj 03.06.2016 12:59

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Quote: april wrote in post #2
Of course it is always about furthering the agenda with them.


And they seem to have quite a knack of either identifying or creating a real problem and hiding advancement of their agenda within the solution. In other words chipping away at our privacy and freedom is presented as all for our benefit, i.e. making life easier for us.

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