Aug 082012
 

0 FBI & TSA Agents to be deployed in UK airports for 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS (G4S, False Flag)FBI & TSA Agents to be deployed in UK airports for 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS (G4S, False Flag)

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The US Transport Security Administration has reportedly prepared its personnel to be deployed in UK airports for the Olympic Games. The US agents will apply their skills to help their UK colleagues bolster security during the event.

­TSA personnel are to arrive at UK air hubs a week before and stay a week after the London Olympics, according to a newly reached agreement between UK’s Department of Transport and the US Transportation Security Administration, Sky News reports.

“This is an added security layer that has been done to help boost and aid the American airlines in particular that fly in and out of the likes of Heathrow and other airports,” says Sky’s correspondent.

The agents are not permitted beyond boarding gates or onto UK aircraft. The action is aimed at aiding the US carriers’ security and also that of UK airlines flying in and out of America.

UK’s Olympic security has been questioned on a number of occasions.

The latest on July 15th, the Observer newspaper reported that since the start of the month, Heathrow immigration staff have missed a number of people on a security watch list whose arrival must be reported to counter-terrorism police or Britain’s domestic intelligence service.

Authorities in London are under extreme pressure to provide the necessary security staff after the failure of the private security contractor G4S to deliver personnel to protect Olympic venues. The security personnel provided have had insufficient training and failed to adequately conduct body searches or operate scanners, according to reports.

“I can see so many security loopholes for this event. Security staff are given a very short time for their training and there is a very slack approach,” said a whistleblower, an expert in weapons and explosives detection.

Now the UK government has called in an extra 3,500 troops to guard the events in addition to the 7,500 troops already scheduled to provide security at some 100 sensitive sites.
­’US security presence proves UK’s vulnerability’

­The American security presence during the Olympics is fairly insulting to the British government and its security apparatus, Phil Rees, a security expert, told RT.

“It has been such a culture of cutbacks, such a culture of privatizations here, that I think it has left Britain very vulnerable,” he said.

The fact that TSA agents age being brought to British airports makes one wonder about the real threat, he added. British authorities said there is no intelligence on any specific security threat — besides a constant Islamic terror threat, Rees explained. But putting armed soldiers on the streets is not a proper way to combat terrorism, he said.

“If you look at combating terrorism, it’s intelligence that breaks it down — it’s informers, it’s not having a vast number of soldiers on the street,” he said. “I think that’s how the focus should have been on specific threats, and on those people who might endanger those at the games rather than grand security jamboree.”

The Olympics should be a celebration of athletics, but have been transformed into the celebration of an international security industry, Rees told RT.

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May 212012
 

0 Flashmob coup de coeur à YUL | Love at first flight at YULFlashmob « Coup de cœur » à l’aéroport Montréal-Trudeau (YUL)
Le 14 février 2012, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) célébrait ses 20 ans au service des voyageurs en leur offrant un flashmob pour la Saint-Valentin. Une soixantaine d’employés d’ADM, de l’Administration Canadienne de la Sûreté du Transport Aérien, de l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada, d’Air Canada, d’Air Transat, de CFL, de HMSHost, de l’Hôtel Marriott Aéroport, de Porter, de la STM et de Transports Canada s’étaient mobilisés à YUL pour l’occasion.

Love at First Flight flash mob at Montréal–Trudeau airport (YUL)
On February 14, 2012, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) celebrated 20 years of serving travellers by treating them to a Valentine’s Day flash mob. Some 60 employees of ADM, Air Canada, Air Transat, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, CFL, HMSHost, the Montréal Airport Marriott Hotel, Porter, the STM and Transport Canada rallied together at YUL for the event.

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Feb 062012
 

0 Transport Canada Airport Security Policy Breached! 02/05/2012Transport Canada’s recent ban on transgender passengers was apparently put in place for security reasons, according to Denis Lebel – Minister of Transport. However, trans people are getting access to airplanes on a daily basis, including one prominent transwoman who’s blog post helped spread this story viral!

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Oct 262011
 

0 Screening The TSAThe Transportation Security Administration says passenger checkpoints are making flights safer, but a security adviser says those measures are “security theater.” Lesley Stahl reports.

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Oct 242011
 

0 TSA performing SECONDARY screeningLas Vegas airport gate D55, United Airlines flight Las Vegas to Chicago. October 14, 2011

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Oct 102011
 

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Jul 312011
 

0 Takeoff (Взлет) 1969   Edited Short VersionCLICK LINK for full length version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJrBn1gbnQE

National Archives – Takeoff SST (Supersonic Transport Aircraft) – National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. – ARC 653130 / LI 263.2392

This film shows the Soviet aircraft TU-144 taking off and landing.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupolev_Tu-144

The Soviet government published the concept of the Tu-144 in an article in the January 1962 issue of the magazine Technology of the Air Transport. The air ministry started development of the Tu-144 on 26 July 1963, ten days after the design was approved by the Council of Ministers. The project started two years later than the Concorde. The plan called for five flying prototypes to be built in four years. The first aircraft was to be ready in 1966.

The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO reporting name: “Charger’”) was a Soviet supersonic transport aircraft (SST). The Tu-144 remains one of only two SSTs to enter commercial service, the other being Concorde, from the Anglo-French consortium. The design, first publicly unveiled in January 1962, was constructed under the direction of the Soviet Tupolev design bureau, headed by Alexei Tupolev. The Tu-144 was Tupolev’s only supersonic commercial airliner venture, as the company’s other large supersonic aircraft were designed and built to military specifications.

The Tu-144 was outwardly similar to Concorde, which was under development at the same time by Aérospatiale/British Aircraft Corporation, and allegations were frequently made that Soviet espionage services had stolen Concorde technology, giving the Tu-144 the nickname “Konkordski” or “Concordski”. A prototype (OKB: izdeliye 044 — article 044) first flew on 31 December 1968 near Moscow, two months before the first flight of the Concorde. The Tu-144 first broke the sound barrier on 5 June 1969, and on 15 July 1969 it became the first commercial transport to exceed Mach 2.

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Jul 192011
 

0 Takeoff (Взлет) 1969http://airboyd.tv

National Archives – Takeoff SST (Supersonic Transport Aircraft) – National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. – ARC 653130 / LI 263.2392

This film shows the Soviet aircraft TU-144 taking off and landing.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupolev_Tu-144

The Soviet government published the concept of the Tu-144 in an article in the January 1962 issue of the magazine Technology of the Air Transport. The air ministry started development of the Tu-144 on 26 July 1963, ten days after the design was approved by the Council of Ministers. The project started two years later than the Concorde. The plan called for five flying prototypes to be built in four years. The first aircraft was to be ready in 1966.

The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO reporting name: “Charger’”) was a Soviet supersonic transport aircraft (SST). The Tu-144 remains one of only two SSTs to enter commercial service, the other being Concorde, from the Anglo-French consortium. The design, first publicly unveiled in January 1962, was constructed under the direction of the Soviet Tupolev design bureau, headed by Alexei Tupolev. The Tu-144 was Tupolev’s only supersonic commercial airliner venture, as the company’s other large supersonic aircraft were designed and built to military specifications.

The Tu-144 was outwardly similar to Concorde, which was under development at the same time by Aérospatiale/British Aircraft Corporation, and allegations were frequently made that Soviet espionage services had stolen Concorde technology, giving the Tu-144 the nickname “Konkordski” or “Concordski”. A prototype (OKB: izdeliye 044 — article 044) first flew on 31 December 1968 near Moscow, two months before the first flight of the Concorde. The Tu-144 first broke the sound barrier on 5 June 1969, and on 15 July 1969 it became the first commercial transport to exceed Mach 2.

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Jul 122011
 

0 Ron Pauls Texas Straight Talk 7/4/11: TSA Abuses and Failureshttp://RonPaul2012.com

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The press reports are horrifying: 95 year-old women humiliated; children molested; disabled people abused; men and women subjected to unwarranted groping and touching of their most private areas; involuntary radiation exposure. If the perpetrators were a gang of criminals, their headquarters would be raided by SWAT teams and armed federal agents. Unfortunately, in this case the perpetrators are armed federal agents. This is the sorry situation ten years after the creation of the Transportation Security Administration.

The requirement that Americans be forced to undergo this appalling treatment simply for the “privilege” of traveling in their own country reveals much about how the federal government feels about our liberties. The unfortunate fact that we put up with this does not speak well for our willingness to stand up to an abusive government.

Many Americans continue to fool themselves into accepting TSA abuse by saying “I don’t mind giving up my freedoms for security.” In fact, they are giving up their liberties and not receiving security in return. Last week, for example, just days after an elderly cancer victim was forced to submit to a cruel and pointless TSA search, including removal of an adult diaper, a Nigerian immigrant somehow managed stroll through TSA security checks and board a flight from New York to LA — with a stolen, expired boarding pass and an out-of-date student ID as his sole identification! He was detained and questioned, only to be released to do it again 5 days later! We should not be surprised to find government ineptitude and indifference at the TSA.

At the time the TSA was being created I strongly opposed federalization of airline security. As I wrote in an article back in 2001:

“Congress should be privatizing rather than nationalizing airport security. The free market can and does produce excellent security in many industries. Many security-intensive industries do an outstanding job of maintaining safety without depending on federal agencies. Nuclear power plants, chemical plants, oil refineries, and armored money transport companies all employ private security forces that operate very effectively. No government agency will ever care about the bottom-line security and profitability of the airlines more than the airlines themselves. Airlines cannot make money if travelers and flight crews are afraid to fly, and in a free market they would drastically change security measures to prevent future tragedies. In the current regulatory environment, however, the airlines prefer to relinquish all responsibility for security to the government, so that they cannot be held accountable for lapses in the future.”

What we need is real privatization of security, but not phony privatization with the same TSA screeners in private security firm uniforms still operating under the “guidance” of the federal government. Real security will be achieved when the airlines are once again in charge of protecting their property and their passengers.

In the meantime, this week I am introducing the American Traveler Dignity Act, which establishes that airport security screeners are not immune from any US law regarding physical contact with another person, making images of another person, or causing physical harm through the use of radiation-emitting machinery on another person. It means they are not above laws the rest of us must obey. As we continue to see more and more outrageous stories of TSA abuses and failures, I hope that my colleagues in the House will listen to their constituents and join with me to support this legislation.

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Jun 232011
 

0 A Message From Transport Canada   Rick Mercer ReportHilarious message about a not so funny subject.
Full Body Scanners airport security TSA Department of Homeland Security

TSA wants it’s hands down your pants now, with it’s new enhanced enhanced pat downs. (or feel ups) when will this stop.

Video is from Rick Mercer Report on CBC.

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