posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 03:01 PM
What irritates me is that 9/11 happened using domestic flights which had little security in comparison to international flights. As was said at the
time, it was like getting on a bus.
So when I have to go through 10x security on an international flight when it was good enough before and suddenly my fingerprints are required just to
enter a transit lounge I get slightly irritated.
Maybe the flying schools and also the staff that man 747 (or whatever they were) flight simulators (not many of them around) should be more weary of
suspicious people that are only interested in navigation and flying in a straight line, and not landing and taking off like most.
Common sense stops terrorists, not billions of pounds worth of junk.
So while the authorities were searching me and other dangerous people on the flight, (like a 10 year old kid and the Captain of the damn plane) on my
holiday they missed the kids that stole a Cessna and joyrided around New York, noone noticing until they drunkenly landed.
Yeah, US-VISIT really highlighted the problem there, like it did when the blokes body parts fell out of the undercarriage bay, where instead of a sad
little man trying to escape his country there could have been a bomb instead.
I can't wait for our billio-ns of pounds to really make a difference here to with our pointless ID cards. Another government project against the
people, sponsered by - wait for it - ... the people!