TSA To Blame For More Deaths Than Al Qaeda
Eric Peters Autos
November 20th, 2012
Weâre told Gate Rape saves lives â pure conjecture, since itâs allÂ hypothetical. After all, not one âterroristâ has been caught (much less stopped) as a result ofÂ the terroristicÂ tactics of theÂ Blue Shirted Goons. Which is a pretty piss poor record, given they treatÂ everyoneÂ as a presumptive terrorist.
Youâd think by now theyâd have caught at least oneÂ actualÂ terrorist.
Ah well. Good enough for government work â right?
But livesÂ haveÂ been lost as a result of the terroristic tactics of the Blue Shirted Goons. Not conjecture, either. Real people âÂ thousandsÂ of them â dead because of the TSA.
Dead â because they chose toÂ driveÂ rather thanfly. Anything â rather than Submission Training and Gate Rape. Even if it means an 18 hour trip vs. a three hour flight.
According to data compiled by Cornell University researchers, the ugsomeness of dealing with the TSA has pushed a goodly number of former air travelers into their cars â and back onto the roads. This, in turn has led to a measurable increase in monthly traffic fatalities â about 242 per month that would otherwise not have occurred. Some quick addition is in order. Letâs be easy on our calculators â and generous to the Blue Goons â and assume the figure is off by more than half. Letâs say itâsÂ onlyÂ 100 additional deaths per month attributable to TSA Avoidance Syndrome. Thatâs 1,200 deaths annually. Times four equals 4,800. In less than four years, then, TSA has managed to get more Americans killed than Osama bin Laden.
OnlyÂ heâsÂ finished â and the TSA is just getting started.
What will happen when the Blue Goons decide that cavity searches are now necessary for âsecurityâ reasons? Or perhaps stun braceletsÂ â you know, like you use to deal with an unruly dog. How about that?
Farcical? Hyperbolic? Do a mental exercise and imagine itâs 1995. Ask any ten people at random whether they would believe that within a decade or so, theyâd gave to spread their legs, hold out their arms and submit to a government goon literally handling their privates â including the privates of little children and old people in wheelchairs. Something not even the Nazis did to the Jews. Right here in the good olâ USA â land of the (formerly) free and home of the (erstwhile) brave. And bear in mind that the stun bracelets idea was actually floated. So weÂ knowÂ they are thinking along such lines. âFreeze trainingâ has already been tried, too.
Itâs far from over, thatâs the point. Or rather, the point of the TSA is not to catch terrorists, butÂ to get Americans used to being terrorized. Invasion of our personal space is just for openers. Bet your bippie moreâs coming.
As a result of these degradations, more and more people can be expected to opt out â of flying, altogether.Â Theyâll do the only thing they reasonable can â take to their cars â because cold-cocking these blue-shirted bastards isnât (unfortunately) a realistic option.
And because driving is riskier than flying, more people will be dying. A fact â unlike the hypothetical claims about âcatching terroristsâ â remember, not one so far –Â touted by the Blue Shirted Goons.
Project the 1,200 dead annually out over another ten years: Thatâs 12,000 people in the ground, courtesy of TSA.
Courtesy of theÂ government.
Osama would have needed a dirty nuke, probably, to match this body count.
The one â the only thing â government is actually good at isÂ destroyingÂ things. First our rights, then our lives. Here again we have tangible proof of this. Yet all too many people will nonetheless be duped by governmentâs claims â never substantiated but always asserted with insolent certainty â that its actions âsave lives.â
Even as the bodies pile up all around us.
Is thereÂ anythingÂ government touches thatÂ doesnâtÂ result in carnage? The answer to that question is obvious. Yet government is never held accountable for the mayhem it causes. If âterroristsâ killed 242 â or 100 or evenÂ 10Â â people every month, it would be the reason (and a good reason) to do something about it. But when government policies result in deaths, they become â in the immortal callous words of JV Stalin âÂ statistics.
We are oftenÂ admonished by government â and those truckling in favor of expanded government â that âif it saves even one lifeâ then itâs worth whatever it is thatâs being advocated. Why is it that this logic never appliesÂ togovernment? What is this blind spot that so many people have? This inability to see the danger posed by the entity that claims it seeks to âprotectâ us?
So what is likely to happen? The Blue Goons wonât be retired â and expected to find honest work. Instead, their ranks will be expanded â as will their âduties.â Note carefully that the acronym does not stand forÂ AirportSecurity Administration. The Blue Goons are coming to aroadÂ near you, too. Probably soon.
That way, they can claim theyâre thwarting even more in an endless conga line ofÂ hypothetical terrorists â without, of course, ever having to show theyâve caught an actual, real-live one â and have plausible deniability about the upticked body count on the highways and byways. Because no one will be able to claim people are driving to avoid the perils that come withÂ flying.
Throw it in the Woods?
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Contributed by Eric Peters of Eric Peters Autos.
Eric Peters is an automotive columnist and author who has written for theÂ Detroit NewsÂ andÂ Free Press,Â Investors Business Daily,Â The American Spectator,Â National Review, TheÂ Chicago TribuneÂ andÂ Wall Street Journal.Â His books includeÂ Road HogsÂ (2011) andÂ Â Automotive AtrocitiesÂ (2004). His next book,Â âThe Politics of Driving,âÂ is scheduled for release in 2012. Visit his web site atÂ Eric Peters Autos.
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