We Must NOT Comply

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by Douglas Hagmann

In the video below, 58 year-old Maggie Buckenmayer describes her sexual assault at the hands of TSA agents at an airport.

 If you are like the majority of Americans, you really won’t give her account a second thought, as it did not happen to you… or your wife… or your mother… or your sister. Perhaps you will dismiss her account as an aberration, or as testimony from someone who is hypersensitive. Maybe you think it’s much ado about nothing, and that the TSA agents are just doing their jobs. Regardless of the reason, if you are an average American, you won’t even watch the short video clip and you will move on to the next article that will keep your attention for the next 30 seconds, which is the average attention span of most Americans. If any of the above describes you, allow me to ask you a question: When or what will it take for you to give a damn?

Why are you surrendering your rights granted to you by the U.S. Constitution that prohibit warrantless searches? To every man reading this, I ask why you are allowing your wives and daughters, your sons and mothers to be touched, groped and/or subjected to nuclear scans of questionable safety? Exactly when did you abdicate your responsibility to protect your family?

Did you know that since its inception, the TSA has never once stopped a terrorist attack despite their $8 billion per year budget? Are you aware that TSA agents are not commissioned law enforcement officers and do not have municipal, state or federal law enforcement officer training?

Are you willing to allow the TSA to continue to deprive your freedoms and rights at airports? How about on highways and sports stadiums?

When are you going to say “I will not comply” and stand up for your rights?

Be a man – a leader of your family and an example to everyone around you. Stand up for your rights and deny an out-of-control, rogue government agency from conditioning you into compliance. Participate in the TSA opt-out and film campaign – click here for more information. Please spread the word as there is power in numbers and unity. In this case, we all must stick together to be effective. The TSA is the most visible and vulnerable part of the governments assault on our liberties. Together, we can make a difference.

Lest you believe that complaints to the TSA, the DHS or your elected leaders is an effective approach, think again. Download and read through the 205 pages of complaints and accounts of abuse by TSA agents. Be advised, however, that it is a large file (over 8 MB) despite covering only one year – 2010 – and is hardly inclusive.

TSA complaints 2010 (8.26 MB – large file)

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Copyright Douglas Hagmann

Douglas J. Hagmann and his son, Joe Hagmann host The Hagmann & Hagmann Report, a live Internet radio program broadcast each weeknight from 8:00-10:00 p.m. ET.

Douglas Hagmann, founder & director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, and a multi-state licensed private investigative agency. Doug began using his investigative skills and training to fight terrorism and increase public awareness through his website.

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  • duckmam

    I attempted to deny TSA a search however if I did not comply I would not be allowed on my flight. I attempted to recor

  • duckmam

    Record the pat down but was told I would be escorted out of the airport. They have control of the airport and can deny me flying. What can be done? The only answer is not to fly. Even though it is part of my job. Going to the airport is always a risk of groping. I wear as little clothes as possible so there is little area covered and I never go through the scanners. Always an opt out. It is becoming more common to opt out but many sheeple just go through without a second thought.

  • Luckily I do not have to fly. Flew once in 2010. NEVER AGAIN! Lines, for baggage, security checks. I felt like I was being punished and not on a vacation, very draining, they should have paid me.

  • Dennis Patterson

    I have refused the scanner everytime. When I tell them I’m gay and they shouldn’t be embarassed when I get an erection they gruffly wave me on through

  • Not_Important

    Funny. R U really gay or do U just say that to get through security