posted on Oct, 31 2010 @ 01:40 PM
nice vid. all fair arguments, and it's true that lots of packages are picked up and transported to planes by trucks, but.. i think the question
whether said contract driver could himself be working for al quaeda, and simply used an address on his route, or could the "suspicious packages"
have originated from another country and also simply used a false address?? or is this simply a false flag, so the TPTB can start reigning in on our
services, much like they may be trying to do with the internet? if something is seen as a possible security threat, the government would "shut it
down for the safety of the people" etc. etc., blah blah, ad nauseum and so on and so forth.
while the yemeni officials don't want to look like a haven for terrorists, they could be lieing, but i think a lie like that would just be stupid,
being as it's information anyone can check, as has already happened in the above reply.
but, on the other hand, it's entirely possible that people in yemen don't watch enough american television, and therefore haven't learned all the
really cool, smart ways to do stuff... just one season of burn notice, and they'd have it in the bag. lol..