Last month the 23-year-old Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was pestered by his 'Dad' (who adopted him in Nigeria, and who ran the national arms industry (DICON) in partnership with Israel, in particular, the Mossad) to either take the 'job offered by our Israeli friends' or return with your mum back to Yemen... (According to Nigerian sources)
Reportedly Dr. Umaru Mutallab took his adopted son to meet the CIA and Mossad agents stationed at the U.S. 'Embassy' in Abjua, Nigeria. [Embassy my assonance! U.S. don't have Embassies, they have Spy dens and Spy Nests] (According to Intel sources)
'Morning gentlemen, this is Umar, my son. He agrees to play the role of terrorist
to test your airport security...' More? @BBC
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Excerpt: ...Governments throughout history have wanted to search their subjects — and they've usually done so with impunity. Searches flex the State's muscle in a few ways. First, they uncover things governments forbid mere peasants to own, whether those things are weapons that could be turned against rulers; pamphlets urging rebellion, Bibles, the Koran or George Orwell's Animal Farm; drugs, homemade alcohol on which no tax has been paid, or imports that undersell protected domestic industries. Other contraband simply offends official whims: the American EPA frowns on certain fuels while chewing gum enrages Singapore's dictators.
Being able to search anyone at any time allows a government to find and confiscate whatever it doesn't like while punishing those who dare defy it. The State reaps another enormous benefit: the humiliation of a search horrifies so deeply that folks seldom protest anything authorities do. Instead, they cower. They try never to draw attention or stand out from the crowd. Above all, they do nothing to invite retaliation from officials. Fear keeps them compliant and accepting regardless of the other abuses their government dishes out.
Exhibit A: the downcast eyes and subservience to screeners' orders, however ridiculous or immoral, in checkpoint lines. No wonder the TSA has ceaselessly tried to foist whole-body imagining on us. From the start, it yearned to scan every passenger on every flight (and ultimately, anyone who ventures into public, judging from its hopes of expanding to mass transit). Nor has it quailed at fibbing, and fulsomely, to achieve that goal...
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