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Airports. The corralling of people and scanning machines.
#1
Was on a business trip last week and had to travel by plane. This was the first time in years that I had been on a plane and I noticed how bad it has got with the controlling of people. So much so that when stripping off at the scanners you have to stand in a wee coloured box, with two feet marked on it for you to stand in. 

Then when passing through security I noticed that in East Midlands they had the new type. The cylindrical tube where you stand in it, hands above your head and they scan you. Now I remembered from one of Richies shows that this was dangerous. So I objected to having to use it. I was sent to the lead person who informed me that I would have to do a full body search if I didn't do it, but I said I didn't care as these machines were a danger to our health. I got the impression that the person who was in charge has reservations on this herself.

Anyway, I went through and my feet bleeped. I had socks on. How do these things work? I have nothing but human tissue over yer "3 furra pound-ah!" socks. They bleeped, then nothing was done.

Anyway, if anyone says to you that people cannot be mind controlled. take them to an airport and stand watching the sheep like behaviour of people. its stunning and so sad. The girl with the baby at less than a year passing he baby to the security guard to hold for her as she done as she was told was a sight to behold. Sending your baby through one of these scanners.... Why?

Anyway, does anyone have any links to any info on these scanners? I would watch out for these in future and remember you do not have to do them.
#2
Hi, I had a quick look on line (links are below), but haven't fully read all the information therein -

https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/airport-...y-scanner/

https://www.medpagetoday.com/publichealt...alth/23614

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...0714000168

https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/airport...ion-risks/
#3
(04-02-2018, 12:51 PM)giancarlopagganinni Wrote: Anyway, I went through and my feet bleeped. I had socks on. How do these things work? I have nothing but human tissue over yer "3 furra pound-ah!" socks. They bleeped, then nothing was done.

lol this made me laugh. at least you weren't held on some sort of wrong foot charge!
#4
Cheers Steve. Been busy so not getting a chance to log on as much as I would like. I will give these a read.

Thank you.
#5
(04-02-2018, 12:51 PM)giancarlopagganinni Wrote: Was on a business trip last week and had to travel by plane. This was the first time in years that I had been on a plane and I noticed how bad it has got with the controlling of people. So much so that when stripping off at the scanners you have to stand in a wee coloured box, with two feet marked on it for you to stand in. 

Then when passing through security I noticed that in East Midlands they had the new type. The cylindrical tube where you stand in it, hands above your head and they scan you. Now I remembered from one of Richies shows that this was dangerous. So I objected to having to use it. I was sent to the lead person who informed me that I would have to do a full body search if I didn't do it, but I said I didn't care as these machines were a danger to our health. I got the impression that the person who was in charge has reservations on this herself.

Anyway, I went through and my feet bleeped. I had socks on. How do these things work? I have nothing but human tissue over yer "3 furra pound-ah!" socks. They bleeped, then nothing was done.

Anyway, if anyone says to you that people cannot be mind controlled. take them to an airport and stand watching the sheep like behaviour of people. its stunning and so sad. The girl with the baby at less than a year passing he baby to the security guard to hold for her as she done as she was told was a sight to behold. Sending your baby through one of these scanners.... Why?

Anyway, does anyone have any links to any info on these scanners? I would watch out for these in future and remember you do not have to do them.

The same science was used during the troubles in Northern Ireland, the city centres were closed down by what were called segments, armed police managed the city centre in Belfast and the people were corralled just the same.

All over London there are new yellow arched gateways being erracted but not an gates in them yet, but ever since the attacks they are preparing for check points I would say, first get the people used to going through gateways and then bring in the staff to man them.

This is a type of soft martial law playing out.
#6
I believe they have these yellow gates in Edinburgh too.

Defo looking like they're getting folk used to the sight of them.
  


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