[NetBehaviour] National Opt-Out Day Called Against Invasive Body Scanners.

dave miller dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Sun Nov 14 16:23:43 CET 2010


there are rumours that last month's Yemen bomb scare was all part of a
publicity-stunt by American intelligence and security services:
http://207.7.131.231/video/nuxn4wu/false-flag-hoax-mail-bomb-staged-ahead-of-us-elex-video

if so - maybe the aim was to justify the use of invasive body scanners
in use at airports?

As the rules do seem to be relaxing now, airlines want to reduce
checks on passengers, and some countries are refusing to use the body
scanners (Italy I believe)

dave

On 14 November 2010 13:30, marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
> National Opt-Out Day Called Against Invasive Body Scanners.
>
> Air travelers, mark your calendar. An activist opposed to the new
> invasive body scanners in use at airports around the country just
> designated Wednesday, Nov. 24 as a National Opt-Out Day. He’s
> encouraging airline passengers to decline the TSA’s technological strip
> searches en masse on that day as a protest against the scanners, as well
> as the new “enhanced pat-downs” inflicted on refuseniks.
>
> http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/11/national-opt-out
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