posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 12:37 PM
The guy in the OP video is a disgusting hypocrite. First he complains about privacy violation by using the scanners, then chooses Ben Gurion Airport
as his top authority in matters of security and what not. And at Ben Gurion they don't use scanners, and it is implied that your privacy is sacred
there. Voila... Right?
As evidenced by any number of reports, including this review of Ben Gurion
this place is the mother of lengthy and extremely invasive searches. If you wanted to do something like this in the US, there would be an actual riot
in the streets. Remember that guy, "touch my junk and I see you in court" or something?
So, duh... You can't have extensive patdowns, having complete scrutiny of your luggage down to the last toothpick etc here in the States, so you are
forced to do something else, which is try the scanners. And of course, no technology is ideal, only a complete moron can expect that.
So there, you can cheer for that dude in the video, but he's just a self-important pompous fool. Yup, things can be smuggled aboard airplane. Yawn.
edit on 7-3-2012 by buddhasystem because: typo