To: West Coast Conservative
They behaved far more rationally than any Western government has been.
posted on 08/19/2006 4:57:41 PM PDT
(Islam delenda est)
"Initially, six passengers refused to board the flight. On board the aircraft, word reached one family. To the astonishment of cabin crew, they stood up and walked off, followed quickly by others."
NOW THIS IS WHAT WE SHOULD START DOING IN THIS COUNTRY.IF OUR GOVERNMENT WON'T START PROFILING .....WE SHOULD!!!
It seems that the two gentlemen had also drawn the attention of airport security, "even though he had been security-checked twice before boarding". The passengers just took the next logical step, one I hope that is adopted by all airlines-suspicious Arabs just don't fly, no matter if they are searched or not. They may or may not be up to no good, but who can risk it now.
It shows me that the passengers at least used a very uncommon thing and that's common sense.
I would want off of that plane too.
What is classically known as "suspicious looking characters." The policy should be: the airline should know who is getting aboard their airplanes. The means are readily available, IF the Government would use them.
posted on 08/19/2006 6:13:09 PM PDT
It's actually a victory for Common Sense. IF they would profile, then the passengers would not have to. If the police took care of criminals, citizens would not have to. However, we do not have to BUY every bit of blather that the government blows. "The Emporer Has No Clothes" wins again. Better safe than sorry, imho.
posted on 08/19/2006 7:08:13 PM PDT
Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen, announcing the departure of Airflop, 666W, this is a preboarding announcement only, will all white Europeans with blue eyes, please proceed to the boarding gate, all others are reminded that Airflop's flight number 666M, is for the exclusive use of followers of the peaceful cult of Islam, and that flight boards at gate 1005, which is located, approximately 3 short miles down wing Z....
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