Thursday, August 10, 2006

Rapture Alert in the Sky

Terror in Britain Terror in the skies. Leave all your belongings in the can't board a plane with them if you didn't leave home without them. In a departure from the tradition of "nobody could have imagined" planes hitting buildings or levees breeching, the MSM is screeching what CAN be imagined in the deep dark recesses of Lieboy's and Poodle's minds. "Terror on an Unimaginable Scale" was shrieked off the tube today on MSNBCNN as arrests were made in the UK of several British Nationals with alleged dastardly deeds on their minds. In liquid form. Naked flying is next.
Chimpy Sez U.S. still at risk of attack
"This country is safer than it was prior to 9-11," Bush said from the airport tarmac here where he was appearing at events focused on the economy. "We've taken a lot of measures to protect the American people but obviously we're not completely safe. ... It is a mistake to believe there is no threat to the United States of America."
"This nation is at war with Islamic fascists who will use any means to destroy those of us who love freedom, to hurt our nation," he said, his remarks carried live on television.

Snowjob said: "It is safe to travel", despite this Terror Plot

Would you buy a used car from these men? I wouldn't either. Interestingly, stateside was the first time any Al Qaeda connection was mentioned. The Brits still haven't filed charges and haven't made such a leap. But this is the land of fear based initiatives and fearful spying on neighbors. Leap first, deny later.
Homeland Security Briefing First of all, the United States government has raised the nation's threat level to our highest level of alert -- severe, or red -- for commercial flights originating in the United Kingdom and bound for the United States. We've made this adjustment to coordinate our alert level with that that is currently in force in Britain.

Foiled plot
Foiled plot brings new security, delays
LONDON - British authorities said Thursday they thwarted a terrorist plot to simultaneously blow up several aircraft heading to the United States using explosives smuggled in carry-on luggage. Security was raised to its highest level in Britain, and carry-on bags were banned on all flights. Huge crowds backed up at London's Heathrow airport as officials searching for explosives barred nearly every form of liquid outside of baby formula.


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