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TSA: Laugh or Wear A Costume At Disney Parks & You’re A Terrorist

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Reports are finally leaking out from the Department of Homeland Security-run Transportation and Security Agency that they have plain clothed officers patrolling not just airports – but the TSA has also infiltrated theme parks across America – and with the Disney theme park resort properties in California and Florida being the most popular in not just the US, but the world – the TSA has developed a program to track down potential terrorists.

You might want to think twice before paying to attend one of Disneyland’s many dress-up, costume, or Halloween events held yearly at the park, because the TSA’s Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT, program will most likely flag you as a terrorist.  Also, don’t have too much fun.  Well, have fun, but the officers feel that “excessive” laughter is also an immediate sign of you being a terrorist, so you may want to avoid buying those Mickey Mouse ears you’ve always wanted and laughing while visiting the parks.

Natural News, in an article entitled “TSA ridiculously instructs Disneyland employees to flag “excessive laughter” or “wearing a disguise” as signs of terrorism”, they report:

America’s agency of federally approved airport perverts, itchy-finger crotch-grabbers and power trip egomaniacs now has a whole new job: brainwashing the minds of Disneyland employees with its quack science “behavior detection program” to spot terrorists.

“Yes, the Transportation Security Administration’s embattled $900 million behavior detection program, called Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT, is not just used at airports. It’s also used at theme parks,” writes Jana Winter of The Intercept.TSA_Screen Shot 2015-04-18 at 3.38.15 AM

“They have plainclothes people at Seaworld and Disney doing the same behavior detection, looking for the same indicators we look for at the airport,” a source told The Intercept.

No doubt the TSA also trained Tilikum the killer whale to spot terrorists, too. That’s what happened, actually: one day the trainer laughed a little too loud and the killer whale ATE HIM.

Excessive laughter and wearing a disguise are both “suspicious behaviors” at Disney theme parks

The TSA — which stands for Transportation Security Agency — is supposed to only be concerned with transportation security, not theme park security. Somehow, the TSA has convinced itself that Disneyland’s rides qualify as “transportation.” (After all, in the Small World ride, you’re in a boat, right?) So it has begun teaching Disney’s security employees how to identify so-called “suspicious behaviors” which include:

• Excessive laughter
• Wearing a disguise

What this means is that, according to the TSA, Goofy is a terrorist because he exhibits both of these suspicious behaviors.

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“Whistling” is also a suspicious behavior, which pretty much nails Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (whom I’ve always suspected of running some sort of “terror cell” anyway, so this doesn’t surprise me).

90 more “suspicious behaviors” you’d better not exhibit at Disneyland or Seaworld

Excessive laughter and wearing a disguise are only two of a whopping 92 suspicious behaviors the TSA says might make you a terrorist. The Intercept published this widely ridiculed list which claims that all the following behaviors might also make you a terrorist:

• Carrying an almanac
• Arriving late for your flight
• Carrying prepaid phone cards
• Gazing down
• Having eyes too wide open
• Clearing your throat too frequently
• Complaining about the TSA screening process (“Don’t touch my junk!”)
• Having a bobbing Adam’s apple

Fascinatingly, the TSA does not list “wearing a vest lined with explosives” as suspicious behavior. Nor does the federal agency think it’s suspicious to sexually molest travelers as this former TSA agent now admits happened every day at airports across America.

In any given crowd of Disneyland tourists being observed by the TSA, the TSA agent is the most likely criminal in the room!

Disney might be a terrorist organization…

When The Intercept attempted to get a comment on all this from Disney World, they hit a brick wall. “Disney World did not respond to requests for comment,” says their article.

But not responding to questions is also a “suspicious behavior,” according to the TSA. So Disney World’s refusal to respond to questions about why it is using the TSA’s Looney Tunes behavior profiling program to catch transportation terrorists inside the Magic Kingdom is, itself, an indicating that the Disney corporation might itself be run by terrorists.

Whatever the case, I’m pretty sure the TSA found time to engage in the sexual molestation of Disney characters. How do I know? Because someone told me the TSA was “f—–g Goofy!”

 

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