TSA Deems Complaining About TSA To Be Terrorist Indicator

The TSA’s behavior detection officers are on the lookout for “anyone who displays arrogance or expresses contempt for the screening process.” Because scientific anti-terror detection techniques reveal that complaining about poor treatment from airport security indicates you are most likely a terrorist.

35 Comments on "TSA Deems Complaining About TSA To Be Terrorist Indicator"

  1. DeepCough | Apr 25, 2011 at 6:17 pm |

    Yay, one step closer to “thought crime.” WOO-HOO!

  2. DeepCough | Apr 25, 2011 at 2:17 pm |

    Yay, one step closer to “thought crime.” WOO-HOO!

  3. Anonymous | Apr 25, 2011 at 6:28 pm |

    So I guess just about everybody is a terrorist since people are thinking about it but not saying it. I’m not a terrorist but I think the TSA’s policies are contemptable and illogical.

  4. GoodDoktorBad | Apr 25, 2011 at 2:28 pm |

    So I guess just about everybody is a terrorist since people are thinking about it but not saying it. I’m not a terrorist but I think the TSA’s policies are contemptable and illogical.

  5. I wonder if they’ll still think Im a terrorist if I let them do the pat down but drop an SBD in their face when they get down to my legs

  6. I wonder if they’ll still think Im a terrorist if I let them do the pat down but drop an SBD in their face when they get down to my legs

    • Depends on how subtle you are, I imagine. If you tell Officer Gropesalot that you “have to ass you a question” before you let fly, you’re pretty much had.

  7. Starve The Beast. Do not fly…and convince as many people as you can to employ alternate methods of transport whenever possible. Trains, buses, rental car, carpool etc. For regular fliers…try spending the little extra to avoid the major hubs where TSA has instituted heavy screening. Leave major airports alone…and constantly refer to the TSA’s practices as the major obstacle to your interest in purchasing tickets in the future. This situation cannot be changed with mere ethical complaints and appeals to patriotism…because neither the TSA, the airports and airlines…or congress…have ethics or actual patriotism anywhere in their souls. They have only one motivator…money…and if you take enough of that away…they’ll sing an entirely different tune. So Starve The Beast.

  8. Starve The Beast. Do not fly…and convince as many people as you can to employ alternate methods of transport whenever possible. Trains, buses, rental car, carpool etc. For regular fliers…try spending the little extra to avoid the major hubs where TSA has instituted heavy screening. Leave major airports alone…and constantly refer to the TSA’s practices as the major obstacle to your interest in purchasing tickets in the future. This situation cannot be changed with mere ethical complaints and appeals to patriotism…because neither the TSA, the airports and airlines…or congress…have ethics or actual patriotism anywhere in their souls. They have only one motivator…money…and if you take enough of that away…they’ll sing an entirely different tune. So Starve The Beast.

    • northern guest. | Apr 25, 2011 at 3:18 pm |

      Trying to take the 1 billion total ppl a year who air travel and transfering them to the already bloated, other forms of transit wouldn’t be practical. More importantly it would nothave your desired effect. They are already installing “airport style” security at bus/train stations, and of course “checkpoints” on state roads. creating more GOVERNMENT jobs, destroying more of the real economy and of course surpressing the citizens freedoms and ability to travel unabated throughout their own country. At least your heart is in the right place. problem is you can never “starve” the beast. The beast already owns your country. The only thing you can do is make do, or get the hell out, before they raise the “exit tax” even higher.

      cheers.

      • I agree that there’s no way ordinary folks can influence policy anymore…even by political action. What I think you may be underestimating is the greed of the purveyors of services. If you make it a fight between major players over who gets the money…and the deal maker is considerate treatment…they’ll bend where the money takes them. Example…There are two huge dogs in your way…neither will let you by…find a way to make the big dogs fight each other…and in the end only you really win.

        But I do know one recipe that is confirmed as a failure…and thats the status quo and mute acceptance. I’m not ready to go that route yet…if that becomes all that is left…I’ll blow this popcorn stand and start over somewhere new.

        • psychegram | Apr 25, 2011 at 4:35 pm |

          Maybe you hadn’t noticed, but in the neofeudal reality we’re entering, you won’t have any money or influence to throw around, slave. So voting with your dollahs ain’t gonna cut it.

          I like the SBD option. We should start an internet meme: load up on beans before heading to the airport.

        • The “beast” you refer to likes dining at the all u can eat buffet. Trying to cut off his food supply can’t work.

          But… I’m with you when it comes to mute acceptance of the status quo. I’m locked & loaded, ready to join my fav survivalist militia deep within the Bitterroot Wilderness in Idaho.

  9. northern guest. | Apr 25, 2011 at 7:18 pm |

    Trying to take the 1 billion total ppl a year who air travel and transfering them to the already bloated, other forms of transit wouldn’t be practical. More importantly it would nothave your desired effect. They are already installing “airport style” security at bus/train stations, and of course “checkpoints” on state roads. creating more GOVERNMENT jobs, destroying more of the real economy and of course surpressing the citizens freedoms and ability to travel unabated throughout their own country. At least your heart is in the right place. problem is you can never “starve” the beast. The beast already owns your country. The only thing you can do is make do, or get the hell out, before they raise the “exit tax” even higher.

    cheers.

  10. Anonymous | Apr 25, 2011 at 7:30 pm |

    Depends on how subtle you are, I imagine. If you tell Officer Gropesalot that you “have to ass you a question” before you let fly, you’re pretty much had.

  11. I agree that there’s no way ordinary folks can influence policy anymore…even by political action. What I think you may be underestimating is the greed of the purveyors of services. If you make it a fight between major players over who gets the money…and the deal maker is considerate treatment…they’ll bend where the money takes them. Example…There are two huge dogs in your way…neither will let you by…find a way to make the big dogs fight each other…and in the end only you really win.

    But I do know one recipe that is confirmed as a failure…and thats the status quo and mute acceptance. I’m not ready to go that route yet…if that becomes all that is left…I’ll blow this popcorn stand and start over somewhere new.

  12. psychegram | Apr 25, 2011 at 8:35 pm |

    Maybe you hadn’t noticed, but in the neofeudal reality we’re entering, you won’t have any money or influence to throw around, slave. So voting with your dollahs ain’t gonna cut it.

    I like the SBD option. We should start an internet meme: load up on beans before heading to the airport.

  13. How would the even recognize a terrorist? They haven’t caught any!

  14. How would the even recognize a terrorist? They haven’t caught any!

  15. The “beast” you refer to likes dining at the all u can eat buffet. Trying to cut off his food supply can’t work.

    But… I’m with you when it comes to mute acceptance of the status quo. I’m locked & loaded, ready to join my fav survivalist militia deep within the Bitterroot Wilderness in Idaho.

  16. Xplicitriding | Apr 25, 2011 at 9:36 pm |

    Who…would be all happy about being molested by a TSA? Im sure everyone there is all excited about being touched in places and stripped down in front of everyone. But really how many “terrorist” have we stopped? Im sure driving the American people insane is the right way to do it.

    Good ol’ Ben Franklin said:
    “Those who give up their liberty for more security neither deserve liberty nor security.” We are these people run amok with their stupidity.

  17. Xplicitriding | Apr 25, 2011 at 5:36 pm |

    Who…would be all happy about being molested by a TSA? Im sure everyone there is all excited about being touched in places and stripped down in front of everyone. But really how many “terrorist” have we stopped? Im sure driving the American people insane is the right way to do it.

    Good ol’ Ben Franklin said:
    “Those who give up their liberty for more security neither deserve liberty nor security.” We are these people run amok with their stupidity.

  18. Anonymous | Apr 25, 2011 at 9:43 pm |

    A real terrorist would never complain about security, why would they?……..this is insane

  19. MoralDrift | Apr 25, 2011 at 5:43 pm |

    A real terrorist would never complain about security, why would they?……..this is insane

  20. Anonymous | Apr 25, 2011 at 11:07 pm |

    F*** it all. Human progress is just merely one big vicious cycle. We start to progress, but then we take one big stride backwards due to simply not giving a damn. We’re cattle. China knows that.

  21. StillAtMyMoms | Apr 25, 2011 at 7:07 pm |

    F*** it all. Human progress is just merely one big vicious cycle. We start to progress, but then we take one big stride backwards due to simply not giving a damn. We’re cattle. China knows that.

  22. I swear, I wasn’t complaining, I was just making an observational statement.

  23. I swear, I wasn’t complaining, I was just making an observational statement.

  24. I swear, I wasn’t complaining, I was just making an observational statement.

  25. It’s ironic that given how much our corporatocracy demands we “stay behind the white line” — in our cubicles, in our McMansions, in our Mercedes-es — would have such an obsession with groping… and that it would label those who disagree with the perversity “probable terrorists”. Oh the shenanigans of neurotic apes, insufficiently groomed.

  26. It’s ironic that given how much our corporatocracy demands we “stay behind the white line” — in our cubicles, in our McMansions, in our Mercedes-es — would have such an obsession with groping… and that it would label those who disagree with the perversity “probable terrorists”. Oh the shenanigans of neurotic apes, insufficiently groomed.

  27. Let me go on record as saying that I believe that the TSA has done a lot to secure and protect the People’s Republic of Amerika. The Constitution was good in its day, but we no longer need rights to unwarranted search and seizure with terrorists scheming to take away what few rights Amerikans have left.

    I also promise to report anything suspicious to my WalMart manager.

  28. BuzzCoastin | Apr 27, 2011 at 3:36 am |

    Let me go on record as saying that I believe that the TSA has done a lot to secure and protect the People’s Republic of Amerika. The Constitution was good in its day, but we no longer need rights to unwarranted search and seizure with terrorists scheming to take away what few rights Amerikans have left.

    I also promise to report anything suspicious to my WalMart manager.

  29. Anonymous | Apr 27, 2011 at 2:44 pm |

    Dissent is unacceptable in a police state.

  30. bookwench | Apr 27, 2011 at 10:44 am |

    Dissent is unacceptable in a police state.

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