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TSA turns into thought police as man detained over t-shirt text

August 30, 2012 1 comment

‘Delta Airlines, in collusion, of course, with the Transportation Security

(NaturalNews) Delta Airlines, in collusion, of course, with the Transportation Security Administration, seems to have a new division: Thought Police.

At least, that’s what Arijit Guha and his wife think after being kicked off a Delta flight out of Buffalo-Niagara for wearing a satirical t-shirt that apparently made some passengers and employees “very uncomfortable.”

Writing on his blog, Guha – who was returning home after attending his grandfather’s funeral – tells how he was treated as a terrorist for nothing more than his attire which, he explained, puts a sarcastic spin on the screening process airline passengers in the U.S. must endure.

“The story begins on Saturday, August 18,” Guha, who describes himself as a PhD at Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability, says.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/037002_TSA_thought_police_T-shirt.html#ixzz250vFgciW

TSA Claims X-ray Scanners are Safe as Europe Bans Scanners for ‘Health, Safety’

November 21, 2011 1 comment

Monday, 21 November 2011 09:32

‘The European Union has decided to ban all X-ray scanners from EU airports in order to protect the health and safety of EU citizens, yet the TSA still claims that the scanners are completely safe. The ban comes after the recent media outburst regarding the 1998 report that linked the X-ray scanners to cancer. The report found that the machines could be causing 100 cases of cancer per year conservatively.

It is quite clear that the TSA is clinging on to the X-ray scanners for dear life, while the EU is taking the appropriate steps in protecting the health of travelers. This is evidenced by how differently the two governing bodies responding to the X-ray scanner cancer issue.’

Read more: TSA Claims X-ray Scanners are Safe as Europe Bans Scanners for ‘Health, Safety’

Radiation Coverups Confirmed: America, Fukushima, TSA


Tuesday, 05 July 2011 08:23