The People’s Anonymous Commissar announced:
This change will apply exclusively to individuals that simply refuse to provide any identification or assist transportation security officers in ascertaining their identity.
This new procedure will not affect passengers that may have misplaced, lost or otherwise do not have ID but are cooperative with officers.
…Passengers that fail to comply with security procedures may be prohibited from entering the secure area of airports to catch their flight.
Commissar Hawley stated “with this advance, we overcome the latest tactic of the counter-revolutionary, and ensure that our internal passport system is fully functional.”
He went on to explain that this enhances our first ammendment rights to free expression by ensuring that all free expression will be supportive of the new policy, and that under United States v. Biswell, 406 U.S. 311 (1972), a comrade’s entry into a
perversely pervasively regulated area permits content-based speech restrictions.
We are also renaming this blog “Imposed Order.”
It is the policy of Imposed Order that all comments will be supportive of this policy and the new name for the blog.