The Department of Homeland Control – er, Security – has launched a new website called TSA Kids.
The TSA Blog is promoting the new site with this little blurb:
TSA’s new website for kids offers children and parents of young travelers important security information in a fun and engaging way and encourages children to learn more about TSA procedures prior to traveling. The website features travel security activities as well as security related videos and information to teach children and their parents about the security process. This website will not only keep young travelers informed, it will make traveling more enjoyable for the entire family.
A video of a cartoon dog family having a pleasant experience at a TSA checkpoint is featured:
Note that the children are taught the innocent-sounding phrase “Stop-Screen-Go!” Sounds like a children’s game, doesn’t it? How clever.
Here’s some of the dialogue from the video:
SON: Hey Dad, why do we have to stop here? I just wanna get on the plane…
DAD: Well, we have to stop-screen-go before we get on the plane. This is a security checkpoint and those people work for TSA.
SON: Oh…it looks kinda scary. I don’t think Molly will like it..
DAD: Nah, it’s not scary. TSA officers are here to keep us secure. So don’t worry, just remember stop-screen-go.
That’s right, kids – TSA keeps us secure – those warrantless and invasive scans and searches are for your own safety!
Let’s compare the TSA propaganda video to videos of real children being searched by TSA “agents”.
Here’s a young boy being patted down by TSA bullies:
And a young girl:
These two might be the lowest of the low:
Why doesn’t the TSA Kids site show videos like these?
Unfortunately, the TSA propaganda site is just one part of a growing movement to teach our children about the police state and obedience to nanny government.
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