Tuesday, 27 October 2009
The British Crown Wants My Family Jewels
Electromagnetic radiation is harmful for human beings and the dose, whether low or high, accumulates in the body to cause various diseases. I would encourage you to do your own research on the harmful effects of radiation on human beings. The older generations never received ever-increasing amounts of radiation through mobile phones, microwave ovens, chemotherapy, MRI, CAT scans, X-rays etc., and hence survived longer and mutated less. Notice the increasing numbers developing tumours and cancers and then finally dying like concentration camp prisoners, having spent their life-savings on expensive treatments.
That the British Crown must answer for plundering the pre-partition wealth of India is a question that I will not touch upon here, but I wish to know why the Crown needs to see my family jewels all because Britain needs to be made safe for the British? Although through my article and blogs, I have written to protest against the allied occupation of Muslim lands (resources, actually), I am shying away from full-body scans because harmful electromagnetic radiation is what my body abhors. In this age, when anything maybe hidden in body cavities, where will all these security measures take us? Will we soon revert to travelling on a camel or a horse to avoid what the present generation treats as a ‘routine matter for enhanced security’?
The question is not of their being able to obtain an ‘outline of my private parts’; the issue is that once that is done, the image of my private parts will turn into public knowledge, and I must be protected from British intrusion of my privacy. I certainly wish to shield the female security officers working at British airports from falling a prey to X-rated viewing that might lead them to the sin of viewing things that carry XXX ratings. It does not matter if the authorities ‘view us from a remote location to later delete the image’; as in most things in life, there is that moral and ethical dimension to all this. What would our learned ‘ulema’ say when they find out that their female family members in ‘burqas’ have been viewed by strangely brutish males?
Now suppose, the authorities carry on with this procedure and the ‘sheeple’ do not object; where will it end? I am afraid they will not even stop at inserting probes in various body apertures to find out if passengers are loaded with something of the explosive kind; even anger or disgust will be declared a weapon. They have already begun to employ at airports, smart face-detectors that monitor expressions such as those produced by anxiety, fear, sadness or good old-fashioned happiness. Soon we will have to explain why we were feeling this way or that; what a horrible ‘Big Brother’ world!
I would rather take off my shoes or the belt and enjoy a gentle ‘security’ hand-massage than receive doses of that wicked radiation. The New York ‘pioneering security techniques’ come from the sewers of the 42nd Street, and the Los Angeles ideas descend directly from nude Hollywood; I will have none of this.
The next time you travel by air, say ‘no’ to nudity through radiation at the airport.
Please read the original NEWS here:
How airport passengers will have 'naked' photos taken by human X-ray machine
A human X-ray machine which produces 'naked' images of passengers was introduced at an airport today, enabling staff to instantly spot any hidden weapons or explosives. The full body scanner, being trialled at Manchester Airport, will also show up any breast enlargements, false limbs, piercings, and a clear outline of passengers' private parts.
Some travellers might not want to be scanned because of the graphic nature of the images, bosses admit. They can refuse to undergo the virtual strip search at Terminal 2, opting for the traditional 'pat down' search instead.
But the black and white image will only be seen by one officer in a remote location before it is deleted, Sarah Barrett, head of customer experience at the airport, said. 'Most of our customers do not like the traditional "pat down" search, they find it too intrusive, but they still want to be kept safe,' she explained.
'This scanner completely takes away the hassle of needing to undress. The images are not erotic or pornographic and they cannot be stored or captured in any way.'
The scanner, made by the firm RapiScan Systems, makes the check-in process much quicker for passengers, who will not have to remove their coats, shoes or belts. Frequent flyers do not need to worry about radiation from the low-level X-ray, she said, and a dental X-ray transmits 20,000 times more radiation.
'Passengers can go through this machine 5,000 times a year each without worrying, it is super safe and the amount of radiation transmitted is tiny,' Ms Barrett said.
The scanners, which cost £80,000 each, were also trialled at Heathrow Airport in 2004. The Department for Transport will decide whether to install them permanently at the end of the trial, which is expected to last for a year.
Electromagnetic waves are beamed on to passengers while they stand in a booth, and a virtual three-dimensional 'naked' image is created from the reflected energy. Security officials in the United States have pioneered their use at New York and Los Angeles airports, and they are gradually being rolled out in other airports in the country.
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