More Filth From Leviathan's Inexhaustible Sewer

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Becky seems to be on a roll this week ...

    Becky Akers @ LRC Blog: More Filth From Leviathan's Inexhaustible Sewer

    Posted by Becky Akers on November 2, 2012 07:33 AM
    You all bear me witness that I yesterday requested Mr. Holte to warn me when he’s forwarding articles on Our Rulers’ nauseating crimes. So what do I find in my inbox last night, sans warning? This little tidbit about yet another deviant at the Department of Homeland Security, the TSA’s über-bureaucracy, who’s soliciting schoolgirls on Facebook.

    Sorry for so tardily posting this when Travis sent it promptly, but I have to surface for air sometime.

    Meanwhile, we can comfort ourselves that while they dish out agony to all and sundry, the DHS’s perverts are miserable themselves: “Employees at the Homeland Security Department are less satisfied with their jobs on average than other federal workers … . Morale varies among DHS employees, depending on where they work, with job satisfaction and employee engagement particularly low at the Transportation Security Administration … based on data from the 2011 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.” (Your taxes at work there, folks, as the feds pretend to care about how their minions feel while groping us and stealing our stuff.)

    Hey, my morale would be low, too, were I worthless sponge pestering my betters. Still, no way, no how would I ever proposition kids on Facebook. Unbelievable, the inhuman scum that signs on with Leviathan, isn't it?
  2. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Reply to the above by Wilton Ashton ...​

    Posted by Wilton Alston on November 2, 2012 08:35 AM
    Becky, suffice it to say that we're both more than a little pessimistic about the current state of airport [in]security. Your post reminds me of a conversation I had with an acquaintance of mine who actually works in airport security. (As an aside, my airport is one of those where the security, while held to all the insane TSA rules, is provided by a private firm.)

    My acquaintance and I chat each time I go through security, since pausing to get re-dressed gives me some time. During one such encounter, he noted how he often feels as if he is in a version of lock-down himself. Truly, this is a real-life reenactment of the Stanford Prison Experiment, in all its glory! Not only are we, the traveling public, subjected to amazing amounts of dishonor and disgrace, but those who take these actions against us are themselves captives of a sort. What positive outcome could possibly spring from such as scenario? (That's rhetorical. The answer is, "None.") That the opportunity to inflict indignity tends to preferentially attract those who enjoy it—as many often and accurately note—simply provides sauce for the goose.

    I cannot wait for the next round of TSA sloganeering—probably due out next year or the year after...

    "When you don't take off all your clothes and bend over, the terrorists win!
  3. KrazyKat

    KrazyKat Original Member

    Nappy's, if not necessarily Pissy's employee:
    Creep's photo in the Akers' link...

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