posted on May, 27 2005 @ 11:07 PM
You'd think a good lock on the pilots door and some undercover security is enough to secure a plane.
What are they trying to stop exactly? People getting hurt or killed on a plane or a plane being flown into a building being used as a bomb?
Since when do people in planes all of a sudden become so important that extreeme measures must be implace to protect their saftey? They'd be more
likely to be shot or stabbed on the way to the airport.
In that essence, it's only the pilots, ie. the ones who controll the plane (or bomb as it's now feared) that are the important lives on this vessel.
Secure their space and you've secured the planes flight and all this is becomes pointless. Even if terrorsists decided to shoot or stab 50 people on
the plane, as long as they can't get into the cockpit then their efforts are in vein and more than likely, not going to bother 'flogging a dead
Thou, this is a great way to desensitise a public into accepting population control.
Since 9/11 we've seen biometric databasing, new passport and license measures, intrusive security and now full blown loss of privacy just to keep us
safe from a threat which is 55 million times less likely to kill you than cancer.
Next they'll be insisting that the only way to protect the skies is to have everyone spend 48 hours in a holding cell without contact to outsiders
before flight... just so it's not a shock when the FEMA camps open.
[edit on 27-5-2005 by TheShroudOfMemphis]