RELATED: Homeland Security Trying To Shut Down Air Travel? (Paul Joseph Watson)
Dr. Henry Makow
Saves the Males.ca
November 15, 2010
REPOST FROM DEC. 2009
Like sheep, humanity had better adjust to constant harassment as long as it tolerates Illuminati control of all important government and social institutions.
At the height of the holiday season, millions of travelers to the US were delayed and inconvenienced because of one suspicious incident Friday.
In 1969, Rockefeller Insider Dr. Richard Day predicted the future in these terms:
“Travel … would become very restricted. People would need permission to travel and they would need a good reason to travel. If you didn’t have a good reason for your travel you would not be allowed to travel, and everyone would need ID… later on some sort of device would be developed to be implanted under the skin that would be coded specifically to identify the individual.” (Tape two)
The reaction to the failed “terrorist attack” eventually may lead to this state of affairs. Ironically, the Nigerian bomber was allowed on the plane without a passport! Although shabby in appearance, he was accompanied by an East Indian man, presumably an Intelligence agent, who was well dressed. This man bought the $2200 ticket. Why is there no inquiry as to his identity?
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Anyone who has traveled recently knows security measures already are stringent. There is no way a man can get on a plane with an explosive device taped to his body. Like most terror, this event was concocted by the Illuminati and executed by their intelligence agencies.
In a Globe and Mail Poll Monday, over 2/3 said the current security measures were an overreaction. Now people are getting felt up at security, a perfect job for Illuminati perverts. Is this really an experiment to see how much degradation people will suffer?
Can anyone bring down a plane with exploding underwear?
Pilots and passengers rail at new airport patdowns
Thurs, Nov. 11, 2010
WASHINGTON – Stepped-up security screening at airports in the wake of foiled terrorism plots has provoked an outcry from airline pilots and travelers, including parents of children who say they are too intrusive.