Friday, December 31, 2010

Whistleblower Pilot Posts Video Exposing Airport Security Flaws! We need many more everywhere






Pilot shows ?serious flaws? in airport security

Whistleblower: Pilot Posts Video Exposing Airport Security Flaws

He should be commended. It is obvious that we are nurturing terrorists and extremists and are much less safer today than we were before 9/11. The airports are just one small part of the whole. Other experts in their field better start speaking up and may be instead of a facade of security we can have some real security. We really have yet to start!

To top off all the increasing problems we are facing we now have an American terrorist topping Osama Bin Laden as our biggest threat. He has been able to martial an ever increasing number of home bred radicals seeking to harming America and kill their fellow Americans.

We constantly hear how much safer we are here and we keep seeing our so called security at main airports circumvented and compromised. There are too many examples now, underwear bomber and shoe bomber aside as well as the explosives found in Bahrain and Britain after they were flown there on passenger jets. They were only found because of a repentant Al Qaeda member. We have up to now been lucky not overly vigilant.

We know a dozen would be terrorists were just caught in England before they could do any damage. We were also made aware of a widespread conspiracy to poison the food in Restaurants and hotels. For that matter we know how vulnerable our food supply is and from seed to market how difficult it would be to secure if it was to become a target as you can be sure it will be.

Since 9/11, Washington has spent billions of dollars on airport security. But the bigger terrorist threat may be at U.S. seaports There are some 16,000 containers passing through our ports every day. Heretofore we have captured only illegal immigrants. A 16 year old kid managed to get in the wheel well of a passenger plane, died and fell out. What if he had evil intentions?

We are not safer or safe! We have almost 100,000 miles of coastline. Look at it by State small air ports and landing strips number in the millions and are everywhere, heck for small planes you don't need a runway. we have over 7,000 of unprotected border The facade of safety is merely to make citizens feel an effort is being made and they are safer but safer? Not hardly!



James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

4 comments:

Demeur said...

Having worked at the airport for some 5 years I can say that we are a great deal safer. The people who work on the aircraft and other contractors must go through an extensive FBI background check. It takes near an act of congress to do any repair work in or near the control tower.
All of the incidents we've seen in the last 9 years was the result of foreign security lapses not ours. You still go to a mall or the supermarket don't you? Think about doing that in the middle east.

Anon-Paranoid said...

Happy New Year to you also Steve.

DHS Airport security is a joke. All it takes is a small cell to all enter the airport through separate doors loaded with explosives on them and take out the whole ticket area and front of the airport by setting their explosives off.

They don't need to get on an airplane to kill a whole lot of people. They can destroy the airports instead.

What do you think that would do to the airline industry and flying public?

It would kill it. That's what it would do.

So while were all getting xrayed and felt up by TSA employees the airports are basically open for terrorists to just walk into and blow everyone up.

Have a great new year my friend.

an average patriot said...

Airport security is a facade and a bad joke! So far we have been lucky because they made attempts that were faulty or because of feelings of guilt someone told us where explosives were. We are not safer and our main airports are just the beginning.

an average patriot said...

Anon so happy to see you around and read your right on input!