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Yeah, these parents are so concerned for the privacy of their child... and yet they tape the whole thing and upload it to the internet for the whole world to see? Aren't Americans an interesting breed?
Don't get me wrong, I think it's absurd to pat down a six year old. But videotaping it and putting it on the internet is far more offensive than the act in question, and completely shatters any argument the parents have about the privacy and safety of their child. Disgusting, in my opinion.
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I've always said the TSA is a fear-based invasion of privacy that has failed miserably. I want it dead.
However, the film in question showed a truly professional, sensitive TSA agent (I didn't think they existed!) quietly explaining to the girl exactly what she was going to do before she did it, and the little girl was clearly not alarmed by the process... a process that nobody should have to endure, in my opinion.
I'd rather be sniffed by an explosive-detecting dog than subjected to the kinds of things that TSA agents have done to people, especially people with prosthetics and ostomy equipment.
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Quite a few crimes against humanity there by the allies by today's standards.
The Japanese were and are different. They pretty much submitted to allied occupation because their Emperor said they should.