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Airport "Mind" Scanners


The global agenda is being imposed - one incremental step at a time  - and always in response to a manufactured "Scare Incident" - and always with a solution that will  "increase OUR SECURITY". Ya, right.

First it was x-raying literally everything and installing cameras everywhere. Then physical frisking, then off with the shoes (after the shoe bomber), then banning liquid bottles (after the bottle bomber), then full-body "undressing people" scans (after the underwear bomber).

What's next??? An airport colonoscopy to see what you're hiding up there! No. What's next are MIND SCANS.  It's about catching the BAD GUYS by detecting their "devious thoughts" about attacking us. 


Israeli Mind-scanner May Take Over US Airports

Press TV Fri, 29 Jan 2010 08:41:02 GMT

As part of stringent measures to beef up airport security, US authorities may use an Israeli-made mind-reading scanner that allegedly predicts whether a passenger is a potential threat or not. The Transportation and Safety Administration (TSA) and the Homeland Security are considering the installment of a controversial mind-reading system, that was recently developed by the Israeli-based WeCU Technologies, in all American airports, AP reported on Thursday.

The mind-reading scanner device blends high computer technology and behavioral psychology and is essentially designed to "get inside the evildoers head" without the subject's knowledge and prevent him or her from placing the lives of fellow travelers in jeopardy. According to WeCU Technologies CEO, Ehud Givon, people cannot help reacting mechanically to recognizable images that suddenly appear in unfamiliar places. With that in mind, the system aims to project images onto airport screens, such as symbols affiliated with a terrorist group or signs only a terrorist would recognize.

Givon said while the WeCU system would use humans to do some of the observing, it would rely largely on concealed cameras or covert biometric sensors that can distinguish a rise in body temperature and heart rate, however slight it may be.
“One by one, you can screen out from the flow of people those with specific malicious intent,” Givon claimed.

The controversial device has sparked an outcry among civil rights groups, who argue that a system that combs through your brain to look for evil intentions is "Orwellian" and akin to "brain fingerprinting." The groups note that the US should not follow in Israeli footsteps with regards to Airport security. At the Ben-Gurion Airport in Israel, Jewish Israelis pass through smoothly, while Arab Palestinians are taken aside for closer interrogation or even strip searches.

The US is already subjected to wide-spread controversy over the appliance of full body scanners, which according to critics, are in violation of child protection laws as well as the right of travelers to privacy.


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