May 8, 2012
A suspicious bomb plot supposedly derailed by the CIA will be used to usher in new and more intrusive “security” measures at airports in America.
It was reported on Monday that the CIA had foiled a plot out of Yemen by al-Qaeda to use a new kind of bomb that would be “undetectable” and capable of passing through airport security. The device is described by the Associated Press as an “upgrade” to the bomb the underwear bomber attempted to detonate on Christmas Day of 2009.
In December of 2010, Infowars.com reported that the supposed bomb used by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab over Detroit would not have produced a blast large enough to penetrate the 5 mm thick aluminum alloy skin and the structural integrity of Northwest Airlines flight 253. A program that aired on the CBC demonstrated how in laboratory conditions the detonation method of igniting the PETN allegedly used by Abdulmutallab is difficult. According to the official story parroted by the corporate media, Abdulmutallab’s underwear bomb was designed to breach the plane’s fuselage, ignite the fuel tanks and cause a crash.
It was later discovered that the patsy Abdulmutallab was “deliberately and intentionally allowed to keep his US entry visa as the result of a national security override issued by an as yet unknown US intelligence or law-enforcement agency with the goal of blocking the State Department’s planned revocation of that visa,” Webster Tarpley wrote in December, 2010.
What we see here is a classic example of the use of a national security override on the part of subversive moles who are performing their most basic responsibility of protecting a patsy by preventing him from being arrested or otherwise interfered with until that patsy can perform his assigned task and produce the desired incident, with the goal of inducing an intensive political response in the form of a wave of public hysteria.
In addition to public hysteria, the false flag was used as a pretext to introduce naked body scanners in airports around the country.
“Within days or even hours of the bombing attempt, everyone was talking about so-called whole-body imaging as the magic bullet that could stop this type of attack,” writes James Ridgeway.
“You’ve got to find some way of detecting things in parts of the body that aren’t easy to get at. It’s either pat downs or imaging, or otherwise hoping that bad guys haven’t figured it out, and I guess bad guys have figured it out,” declared former Homeland Security boss Michael Chertoff, who served as a huckster for OSI systems, one of two companies licensed to sell full-body scanners to the TSA.
It was later revealed that naked body scanners do not work and would not have detected Abdulmutallab’s supposed bomb. In addition, the intrusive pat-downs now used by the TSA would also not have detected the bomb fitted into his underwear.
According to the Associated Press, the government currently has no plans to change security procedures at U.S. airports.
In the near future, however, the incident will likely be relived in order to subject air travelers to additional mandatory government molestation and force them to endure new cancer-causing technology.