X-ray Shoe Fit Check 1920s | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

X-ray Shoe Fit Check 1920s

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Produced under the supervision of the US Surgeon General, this short film shows how to check the fit of shoes using the in-store x-ray machines which were common at the time. Indeed these machines, although declining in use in the 50s, were still found in shoe stores as late as 1981. And here is the message for the TSA workers. The United States Government insisted these machines were safe to use, right up to the time when shoe salesmen started dying from cancer caused by these devices. The US Government excused its error (and all those dead workers) by saying that the harmful nature of X-rays had not been fully understood at the time. This is important for the TSA workers to understand because they are in the same position as those shoe store salespeople. The US Government is telling you that those terahertz wave scanners are perfectly safe. But terahertz technology is just as new and unknown right now as X-rays were to those shoe stores. Already there is a growing body of evidence that these ultra small radio waves are triggering chemical changes in the skin, including damage to DNA. That you feel nothing at all from the radiation is of small consolation; those already-dead-while-walking shoe salesmen never felt anything either as they were zapped hour after hour, day after day, week after week, just as you feel nothing when you are zapped hour after hour, day after day, week after week.

This photo was published by Gizmodo a few days ago. If genuine, it is clear that the right arm of the TSA operator is visible in the background of the scanner output. If the TSA worker appears in the scan output, then the TSA worker was scanned, once for every passenger that goes through his scanner all day, every day, every week, every month, every year. You, the TSA pervert, are being zapped, hour after hour, day after day, week after week. The terahertz machines are not adequately shielded, based on that Gizmodo photo, just as those shoe store X-ray machines were not adequately shielded. You believe you are safe while operating those machines only because the government tells you are safe while operating those machines. But as you zap and fondle passengers this coming Thanksgiving weekend, consider this. Those machines cost much more than you do, and are a huge profit center for people in the government who have invested in the companies that make them. And, after all, this is the same government that assured us all Saddam had nuclear weapons. Could the government lie to you? Of course they could, and would, and probably do.

So while you get your jollies abusing the tourists, think of all those shoe salesmen who died lingering painful deaths because they too believed when the government said their equipment was safe to use.

As for those forced to endure the harassment of the TSA this holiday weekend, remember the words from Faust; "stipendium peccati mors est", the reward of sin is death. Should history repeat, then those TSA bullies exulting in their tyrannical power over you are all dead men (and women) walking.