Sunday, November 30, 2014

Here Comes Satan Claws: Al Qaeda Plot To Blow Up 5 Passenger Planes In Christmas ‘Spectacular’


The Muslims Are Restless

From the Express:
The threat has been taken so seriously it came close to leading to an outright ban on all hand luggage, a senior insider has revealed. Mobile phones and electronic devices could still be banned from plane cabins, with the threat of a 9/11-style coordinated attack on London and other major cities feared imminent. 
The warning comes as Whitehall officials admit that a terror strike on the UK is now “almost inevitable” particularly with British jihadis returning from fighting alongside the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. 
An airport security source told the Sunday Express: “We’ve been told that five planes are being targeted in a high profile hit before Christmas. They’ve been waiting for the big one. 
“We have many scares but this one nearly got hand baggage pulled from all airlines. The threat is still alive and real.” 
The plot, which has been known about for the past two months, is thought to involve Islamists smuggling bombs on to planes bound for major European destinations before Christmas.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The number of sympathizers employed by transit authorities is beyond disproportional to demographics. It's almost as if the powers that be enable this outcome intentionally.

Anonymous said...

Question: I read some time ago that Muslim women, covered from head to toe are not required to go through scanners (they even wear gloves, which would allow a man to be in disguise.) Is that true? I ask because I remember the guy was indignant, and was threatened to be detained if he kept making a fuss. It is absolutely ridiculous, but I don't put it past the administration blindness and stupidity

Pastorius said...

I don't think that is official policy to the TSA.

One might be able to argue that it is unofficial policy.

Look at the people who work at the security checkpoints. Do they look like they are happy with America?

Here's an article from Front Page Magazine on the phenomenon you describe:

http://www.frontpagemag.com/2013/david-menzies/airport-security-double-standards/