Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Australia Becomes First to Ban Travelers Who Refuse Naked Body Scanners

John Galt
Activist Post

Australia continues trying to outdo America's march toward authoritarian control over its population. The two countries seem to be trading salvos to see which can eradicate the rights of their citizens faster.

Australia appears to have taken the lead with their latest proposal to ban travelers who refuse being subjected to the full body microwave radiation scans that have proven to be a horrible invasion of privacy, as well as a legitimate threat to one's health.

The list of assurances from the Australian government via its Orwellian-named Privacy Commission echo similar false guarantees issued by America's TSA: passengers will not appear nude, and the images will be discarded. However, there is no mention of the cumulative negative health effects (particularly to children) of receiving a mandatory mega dose of radiation each time one exercises their right to travel by plane.

Australia's transport minister, Anthony Albanese, cites the unsubstantiated claim that,
...the public understands that we live in a world where there are threats to our security and experience shows they want the peace of mind that comes with knowing government is doing all it can.
Adding for good measure that,
For this technology to work effectively, obviously there can't be an option to refuse screening.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These scanners were used by the communist when the people were entering the Eastern Bloc countries and when they were leaving. In these scanning were a lot of radioactivity involved and some people got cancer. And now the so-called free Western World is adopting the same communist ideas. However people hated the communist and in the end the communist lost. That what will happened to our fucked-in-the-head establishment too.