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IPFS News Link • Homeland Security

DHS Lusts For Checkpoints, Interrogations And Behavioral Tests

Big Sis seized upon the spectacle of the Super Bowl to saturate the public with the inherently fascist public-private partnership which has given birth to the “See Something, Say Something” monstrosity, the citizen snitch program that has wiped away any doubt that America is now a rotting banana republic. But this only marks the beginning of the role DHS sees itself in assuming as part of its occupation of the country. Homeland Security is also developing technology to be used at “security events” which purports to monitor “malintent” on behalf of an individual who passes through a checkpoint. The video below explains how “Future Attribute Screening Technology” (FAST) checkpoints will conduct “physiological” and “behavioral” tests in order to weed out suspected terrorists and criminals. The clip shows individuals who attend “security events” being led into trailers before they are interrogated as to whether they are terrorists while lie detector-style computer programs analyze their physiological responses. The subjects are asked about their whereabouts, and if they are attempting to smuggle bombs or recording devices into the “expo,” proving that the technology is intended to be used at public events and not just airports. Individuals who do not satisfy the first lie detector-style test are then asked “additional questions”. The fact that Homeland Security’s own internal reports list supporting political candidates like Ron Paul, flying US flags, owning gold, displaying political bumper stickers, or owning firearms as signs of behavioral malintent that could be linked to terrorism or extremism tells you all you need to know about how FAST checkpoints could be used to snag political dissidents who commit the thought crime of believing they still had any rights under the US Constitution that Janet Napolitano is gleefully ripping to shreds.

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Comment by Don Duncan (19812)
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Bradly Manning saw something immoral going on and said nothing, i.e., made no comment, but passed on the raw data for our judgment. His "reward" was to be jailed and tortured. His life is over.

I saw Bld. 7 collapse on 911 under very suspicious circumstances. Should I "say something"? If I did tell the FBI I would be put on a watch list, i.e., I would be subject to investigation, not the collapse of building 7.