Tuesday, November 23, 2010

TSA Keeps Flight Passengers Safe by Strip Searching non-Muslim Children

What do most terrorists have in common?

As we all know, the September 11th attacks were perpetrated by 12-year-old boys. The 12-year-old shoe bomber Richard Reid was, fortunately, foiled in his attempt to blow up a plane, as was 12-year-old underwear bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. According to the Religion of Peace Website, prepubescent boys have carried out more than 16,000 deadly terrorist attacks since September 11th. We can all be happy that the TSA is keeping us safe by searching the people who actually want to harm us.



BTW, can anyone imagine the international outrage if the TSA had strip searched a young Muslim?

9 comments:

hugh watt said...

Ok. Now I've seen it it's more worse than I could've imagined.
That child must surely have been told by hie parents not to let strangers touch him in an intimate way. This is sick! I don't think I'm exaggerating here. They gonna touch little girl too? This will have a bad affect upon them.

BOOTA SINGH said...

very bad,search muslims

Osama Abdallah said...

You don't see it, do you?? This is not about Muslims and Islam. And it's not about shoe bombers and diapers bombers, WHOM BY THE WAY WERE HIRED BY THE CIA TO PULL THESE "TERRORIST" PRANK (yes, there were no terrorist attempts)! This is about conditioning people, especially the next generations to come, like that 12-year old boy, TO SUBMIT TO THE NEW NEW WORLD ORDER! The zionists' NWO is the new system that will rule all. These fabricated reasons that they tell you about today are nothing but a bunch of hogwash BS.

Osama Abdallah
www.answering-christianity.com

Tizita said...

You know, i don't think they need to search NON muslim children. There is absolutely no need to do so, in my opinion.

We should all do what Israel does, PROFILE! yeah, they have never had airplane terrorist attacks b/c of profiling. They don't care whether the muslims feel singled out, to bad, u blow up innocent people then u get profiled, simple.

If we (America) did that then trust me we can be a lot safer like Israel. But that will never happen. CAIR will get involved, people will rally calling TSA racist, boycotting airplanes, on and on and on.

*sigh* I can't wait till Jesus comes back, or till the church gets raptured. I'm ready to leave!!!!!

Tizita said...

@ Osama......

Hahahahahahah,,ahahahaha......I really can't stop laughing. The most ridiculous thing i have ever heard. C'mon u can do better than that. Just give it a try.

mkvine said...

Let me get this straight: TSA allows Muslim women to pat THEMSELVES down, but they can strip a shirt off a young boy? Yeah that makes perfect sense.

mkvine said...

Osama, do you have any proof that the "shoe bombers and diapers bombers" were "hired by the CIA"?

hugh watt said...

And just who is it that's helping the N.W.O wannabe's in their quest for such a plan? Who better to pick on than an ideology that wants its own Sharia World Order? Let's not leave Islam out of this. Picking on Jews again just makes Muslims look like what they don't want to admit to being; xenophobes!

Luq07 said...

I'm Muslim and a 6th generation American. I can trace my family back to the early 1700s. I've been profiled and strip searched. 3 times since Sept 11. I can't count how many times I've been pulled over for "additional screening".
So your ignorant rantings of outrage are just that. Ignorant. I didn't see my case of being strip searched in the news because I'm a man with a Muslim name not some kid. And you should read more often. Babies have been put on the terror watch list by mistake due to Irish names that are the same as some IRA bomber. It's not a Muslim/Christian thing. Its a bad data thing with the Terror watch list. Which is why you now have to list your full name including middle name or initial and date of birth before you get issued a ticket. Since kids don't carry state issued ID and since kids can and are often used as mules (or mistakenly carry toy guns onto a plane), this whole thing doesn't surprise nor offend me one bit.