TSA Releases Creepy Cartoon To Indoctrinate Children Into Accepting Oppressive Police State

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

Your taxpayer dollars at work.

TSA released a cartoon with animated dogs showing how fun it is to be searched without probable cause by Government TSA Agents. Children are taught the phrase, “Stop, Screen, and Go!”  A tad reminiscent of the 1951 “Duck and Cover” propaganda promoting submissive obedience under the guise of “safety.”


PoliceStateUSA provides more on the topic:

One might wonder why the video avoids mentioning the manual pat-downs which travelers frequently endure.  One might also wonder why some more fitting species were not chosen to represent the characters, such as sheep and swine.


Children exhibiting signs of Stockholm Syndrome. (Source: TSA Blog)

Its unknown how many tax-dollars were spent on improving the image of the unconstitutional federal checkpoints.

Children who grow up in this age are exposed to police state activities on all fronts. They witness warrantless searches in schools, during travel, on television, at public events, on the streets, and more. When an entire generation has been brought up to accept these behaviors as normal, they are conditioned to offer no resistance in the face of the police state as an adult.

The video can be viewed below. Predictably, the YouTube comments and ratings have been disabled on the cartoon

Read more here.

And WZ reminds us of a previous video (below) in which the father and son were not amused at having to submit to the child’s personal space being invaded during the TSA agent’s warrantless search.

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