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It should be evident enough with our porous Southern Border that the fear hyped from potential terrorist attacks on U.S. soil since 9/11 is more a mechanism of societal control than a real, tangible threat.
But nothing has proven that more than a recent WIRED report into how completely useless those Rapiscan full body scanners the Transportation Security Administration had been using at airports up until last year — you know, the ones that showed off you and your grandmother and children’s private parts in fine detail for all of TSA to see — really are.
We live in a country where we have been force fed the official story that a group of hijackers with box cutters were able to take over airplanes, so we aren’t even allowed to get on one now without taking off our flip flops first because there might be bombs hidden in them. In addition, if we don’t want to get patted down by TSA’s finest, we have to go through radiating full body scanners, you know, just to make sure we aren’t hiding bombs in our underwear either.
Except those scanners, which were supposed to help protect the American people from rampant terrorists trying to board planes and kill us all everywhere which scanned people for nearly a decade at over 160 airports for a price tag of $1 billion don’t actually work.
You probably remember how blogger Jonathan Corbett published a YouTube video in 2012 that showed the entire world just how easy it was to slip weapons through those scanners and onto airplanes using a few very simple tricks. You may even remember how the TSA flatly denied that this video was accurate.
Well, tech mag WIRED recently reported that a security research team from the University of California at San Diego, the University of Michigan, and Johns Hopkins were able to fool those scanners again…and again…and again, basically rendering them completely useless at their entire reason for existing in the first place.
Unlike others who have made claims about vulnerabilities in full body scanner technology, the team of university researchers conducted their tests on an actual Rapiscan Secure 1000 system they purchased on eBay. They tried smuggling a variety of weapons through that scanner, and found—as Corbett did—that taping a gun to the side of a person’s body or sewing it to his pant’s leg hid its metal components against the scan’s black background. For that trick, only fully metal guns worked; An AR-15 was spotted due to its non-metal components, the researchers report, while an .380 ACP was nearly invisible. They also taped a folding knife to a person’s lower back with a thick layer of teflon tape, which they say completely masked it in the scan.
But it gets better (or, worse actually):
Even more disturbingly, the researchers found they could easily conceal a 200 gram pancake of putty designed to have the same X-ray deflecting properties as plastic explosives by molding it around a passenger’s torso. The simulated bomb’s detonator, made from a different material, was hidden in the would-be bomber’s belly button.
Researchers were also able to easily hijack the scanners with malware.
The scanners were switched out last year for different ones with supposedly better technology, but how many terrorist attacks did the other ones ever stop? Apparently if a terrorist really wanted to get through a scanner, all he or she would have needed was a little tape.
And how many people by now have been violated with this technology? Innumerable.
So all those years of the TSA and Homeland Security making us safe from terrorists using these privacy invading, private-part photographing scanners was an illusion, much like the rest of the agency’s security theater police state that violates our civil liberties on a daily basis every day since September 11, 2001.
Surely the fact that former U.S. Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff — who helped hype the perception of danger and raise the nation’s level of fear all while promoting the scanners and prompting their purchase, even though at the same time Rapiscan Systems just so happened to be a client of his consulting firm — had nothing to do with it.
“They’re trying to scare the pants off the American people that we need these things,” Hanni told The Huffington Post. “When Chertoff goes on TV, he is basically promoting his clients and exploiting that fear to make money. Fear is a commodity and they’re selling it. The more they can sell it, the more we buy into it. When American people are afraid, they will accept anything.”
Listen to former Congressman Ron Paul talk about Chertoff and his lucrative Rapiscanners here (starts around 4:25):
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St. Louis Police have released a cell phone video that captured the shooting of Kajieme Powell.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson via KWBU:
The two officers in one car responded to these calls and approached the suspect. They exited their vehicles. Chief Dotson says that at that point they did not have their weapons drawn and were trying to speak with the individual when he grabbed at his waistband and then pulled out a knife in what Dotson described as an overhand grip.
He began telling the officers, shoot me now. Kill me now. And the officers then began giving him verbal warnings. When they saw the knife they had drawn their weapons he said they began telling the man get back, drop the weapon, stop. The man did not comply, and when he came within three to four feet of one of the officers, Dotson says, it was at that point that both officers fired, killing the suspect.
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In Native American lore, it is often said that hunters made use of the entire animal that they had killed in order to respect the sacrifice that sustained them. They considered the buffalo to be sacred, and felt it was an offense to be wasteful. They ate anything edible; used the hides for shelters, shoes, and clothing; they strung bows with the sinews, they used the stomachs as water canteens, and they used the horns for weapons and tools.
The other day when I was preserving some peaches, my daughter pointed out that I was letting some parts go to waste. She said, “Mom, you need to use the whole buffalo!”
So, I began to do some reading. I broke out all of my vintage cookbooks and began scouring the internet and discovered that in this day and age, we sure do waste a lot of our buffalos.
For many of us, budgets are tight. Whole, organic food is expensive, so in order to get our money’s worth, we need to be creative and make it go as far as possible.
Back to peaches. (I’ll write a follow up article on Nutritional Anarchy with all of the recipes and the reason that you won’t die of cyanide poisoning by using peach pits!)
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had my hands on nearly 100 pounds of fresh juicy peaches from the orchard less than a mile from my house. 50 pounds in, Rosie pointed out that the pits and peels might be able to be used for something other than adding to our compost pile. So here’s what we did with the peaches:
Jars of decadent Vanilla Spiced Peaches
Jars of Brown Sugar Peach Preserves
Jars of Spicy Peach Jam
Jars of Sweet Lemon Peaches
Peach Peel Candy (they taste a lot like Fuzzy Peaches candies but they aren’t made of nasty chemical ingredients)
Peach Ice Tea (from the pits)
Peach Vodka (still brewing in a cool dark place)
Jars of Peach Pit Syrup
The only stuff that got tossed in the compost was the funky spots on the skin and the occasional mushy spot that we cut out and discarded. The only equipment we used was a waterbath canner and a dehydrator
Growing food is sort of like having a baby.
When you put forth the effort to grow your own food, you realize how much work goes into it and you are far less likely to take it for granted. Sort of like carrying a baby around for 9 months then pushing it out. You’re going to take good care of anything that is that much work. Okay, it’s really not that much like having a baby, but go with my analogy – it’s too much work to be careless with the results.
When you begin to shift to a more agrarian lifestyle, you begin to realize that although right now, there is so much more food than you could ever consume, that food won’t be around forever. Berry season is fleeting, peaches are only here for a few short weeks, and tomatoes are in their glory only for the hottest part of the summer. If, like me, you intend to stop shopping at the conventional grocery store, you are going to need to make the most of this bounty while it’s here, or winter is going to be long and bland. Our ancestors managed fine without “fresh” blueberries and tomatoes in December, and with a little food preservation effort, you can too.
So, don’t be shy about buying vast amounts of **this-week’s-yumminess*** at the farmer’s market this weekend. With a little bit of research, you can make it go much further than one decadent meal. You even make some things last until next year!
This is very budget friendly.
People ask me all the time how we can afford to eat an organic, local diet on a tight single mama budget. While it’s true that the food we purchase often costs more than the food at the grocery store, the quality is so good that a simple slice of tomato is positively decadent. We actually find that we are far more satisfied with the delicious, chemical-free honest-to-goodness food that we eat. However, we still have to fill our tummies on more than a slice of tomato. That’s why I go out of my way to find free food.
I have always considered anything you make from stuff that other people throw away to be free food.
There actually IS such a thing as a free lunch. It consists of soup made from that chicken carcass that your family picked nearly clean at dinner last night, cooked along with those onion and veggie scraps that you kept in the freezer for the specific purpose of making a future soup. Most meals for a family of 4 cost between $10-20 when prepared at home, so if you make one freebie meal a week, that will save you between $500-1000 per year!
Snacks often cost $1 each when tucked into a lunch box. But if you make them from stuff most folks throw out (like peach peel candy) then it’s free! So, if you can make 5 snacks a week for free, that will save you $260 over the course of the year.
I’m sure you see where I’m going with all of this. It just makes good economic sense to stretch your food as far as possible, while still eating nutritious, delicious wholesome ingredients.
How else can you use the whole buffalo?
Whatever you have in abundance, I can guarantee there are far more ways to use it than you have ever even thought about. Whether it is meat or produce, be willing to try some new things. For some of this, I thought back to my granny’s kitchen and to the stories my dad told my about growing up during the Depression. For other stuff, I pored over old cookbooks and arcane websites.
This is just to get your wheels turning. I’ll be posting recipes and instructions for all of the things listed below.
Watermelon: Eat yummy fresh watermelon > dehydrate watermelon candy > make watermelon rind pickles
Pears: Can pears > make pear peel butter > make juice or jam from the cores
Peaches: Can peaches > dehydrate peach peel candy > make peach pit syrup > roast peach kernels
Chicken: Roast a whole chicken > make a casserole or stir-fry > make broth from the carcass
Apples: Can apple pie filling > make applesauce > make spiced apple cider-ish beverage from the cores
Once you’ve done all of this and you’ve made as many edible things as possible from your original item, you can still avoid the trash can. The fruit and vegetable by-products can be tossed onto the compost heap; the gristle from the meat can be made into dog treats (only in small amounts); and the bones can even be finely ground to make a bonemeal soil amendment that also helps to frighten away “prey” animals like deer and rabbits.
Society has become so wasteful that many of these ideas may seem extreme. We live in a world of plenty, but that plenty comes at a grave cost. As a nation, our health is suffering, because “plenty” is a chemical concoction, first sealed in plastic and then in a cardboard box. What most people consider to be food is raised in horrible conditions in CAFOs or doused with toxic pesticides, then preserved with even more toxic chemicals. Everything is disposable, but no one thinks about where all of that “disposed” stuff goes. Our landfills are overflowing from the vast amounts of garbage that people throw away. We have very little garbage at our house, because most of our food doesn’t even come in any sort of packaging and much of our waste goes to chickens or the compost pile.
How do you keep things from going to waste?
Do you have some great ideas to help make food go further? Please share them in the comments below!
The Little House Cookbook: Frontier Foods from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Classic Stories (This book is a great way to get kids involved!)
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