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What The DHS Just Threatened To Do In US Airports Could Make Holiday Flying An Even Bigger Nightmare

from Western Journalism:

As America’s biggest holiday travel times of the year approach, so are new restrictions, regulations and screenings. The focus of the new steps will chiefly be commercial flights coming into the United States from the Middle East.

Last Saturday, a Russian airliner exploded in midair over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people aboard. One leading theory for the crash is that a bomb had been placed on board the aircraft.

Federal officials “have identified a series of interim, precautionary enhancements to aviation security with respect to commercial flights bound for the United States from certain foreign airports in the region,” Jeh C. Johnson, secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, said in a statement released Friday.

The actions “are designed to provide an additional layer of security for the traveling public, and will be undertaken in consultation with relevant foreign governments and relevant passenger and cargo airlines.”

Johnson said European nations are working with the United States to implement the new restrictions. He said the measures include expanded screening, airport assessments and additional measures “both seen and unseen.”

The impact of the changes taking effect and those being considered by the Transportation Security Authority will be far-reaching, said Rep. William Keating, D-Mass. Keating is a member of the House Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees.

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5 comments to What The DHS Just Threatened To Do In US Airports Could Make Holiday Flying An Even Bigger Nightmare

  • Craig escaped from Detroit

    Here’s my idea about traveling.

    Never Fly, Drive, Bus, Rail, Bike, or Walk TO, FROM, or THROUGH ANY muslim country, and try to avoid all muslim areas that are within “non-muslim” nations (such as the muslim areas inside Europe, Asia, North America, etc.

    And why would anybody actually go to Africa, and then go to Muslim Africa? That’s about as stupid as hiking between Afghanistan & Iran, or Turkey & Syria, Iraq, etc etc.

    But hey, if you are THAT stupid, then the sooner DARWIN catches up with you, the better off the rest of the world will be.

    • Christine

      That will do wonders for expanding anyone’s mind and horizons… Not mentioning how sad and wasted a life without experiencing the thrill of discovering truly is.

      • Craig escaped from Detroit

        Traveling, exploring and discovery are great, and done a bit of that myself, but I just don’t want to end up on the head-chopping schedule.

        Avoiding muslim stuff, is not such a great loss.

        I lived many years along side a pretty darn big MUSLIM population zone within America (more than 100,000 muslim arabs all around me). Ate at the arab restaurants, arab bakeries, shopped at their shops, etc. But things are going down hill.

        Been to Mexico long ago before the cartels and the economy made things much worse.

        Camped and fished among thousands of remote islands in the Georgian Bay-Canada accessible only by boat or plane.

        Seen a few countries in Europe, including many weeks in a couple of former USSR places.

        Hiked in the Colorado Rockies, camped on the Outer Banks, etc. There is PLENTY of exploring people can do and never have to set foot in the lands where muslims can go crazy at any moment.

        Also have a close friend of many years who is a “flight attendant” shuttling often to London, Amsterdam, Paris & Stockholm and I’ve been treated to the scary horror stories of the muslim areas in those cities (now called “NO GO ZONES” by flight attendants from MANY airlines.)

        But trying to discover which muslim is the one who will kill the infidel tourist? That’s not something I will miss.

        If I ever desire to travel outside the GREAT BIG continent of North America again, I can go places that won’t put me into muslim nations.

        I can go to China, Japan, most of India, Catholic regions of the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, non-muslim Europe, Russia, South America, Central America, etc.

        So far, I think I like southern & eastern Europe the best. A bit leery of the venomous and toxic wildlife found in Australia (box jellies, funnel web spiders, gympie gmypie tree or bush, etc.)

        Although, in the Caribbean islands and south Florida is a tree SO poisonous, you don’t dare TOUCH it, or even stand under it during a rainfall as the drops from the leaves can blind you.
        The tree is also known as the Death apple. And yes, it is lethal. Was used to make poison arrows, etc.

        Don’t like those “Camel spiders” in parts of the middle east. Huge and can run up to 10MPH.
        Don’t like rattlesnakes, cobras, or even these pesky fire ants.
        Scared of Asian devil hornets (world’s largest and often fatal.)

        Love exploring, just not so big on dieing.

        In my life, I’ve had the privilege of meeting people from at least 20 other countries right here in the USA.

        Walked in forests and beach areas where there was old WW2 Russian & German bunkers and war preps.
        Seen things from the cold war era. Listened to stories told to me by old German men who were in the German army in the 40’s. Met a man who was part of the original Manhattan Project teams. (and yes, he died from cancer).

        Sat and had some deep conversations with some open minded muslims (they would have been killed if their own community would have heard how much these people knew how to question their own religion’s bullkrap.)

        Had a few lunches with a older lady who grew up in Calcutta and had worked with Mother Theresa.
        Met her in a guitar shop I used to manage.
        Dated a woman from Michigan who was from Russia and worked as a scientist at the university.

        When I look back on it, I’m kinda shocked. It sounds interesting, but it was just living and being willing to chit chat with people. One thing leads to another.
        Also had my heart broken more times than I care to remember.

        Sometimes your the bug, and sometimes you’re the windshield.

        • Christine

          And in the end, you still croak just the same.

          The question is… did you have all the fun you came to experience while here or did you allow the wings you were born with to be clipped one inch at a time for fear of expanding them? That’s the question everyone will have to answer at some point.

          For me, clipping’s no good. Makes me shrivel and want out of here.

          • Craig escaped from Detroit

            Good point Christine,
            Some people are not happy and don’t think they can grow unless they are always into something or someplace new.
            But growth and spiritual soaring are experienced within. I’ve soared and I’ve been de-winged more than once. Funny thing, is that all of it always resulted in my inner growth.

            We heal with love, we grow from pain. 2 sides of the same coin. We gotta have em both.

            The ones who decide or afraid to love (or love again), they are the ones who stop growing because they reject the pain of lost or broken loves. (No pain, no gain.) More true than we know.

            Learning to fly, but I ain’t got wings. (thanks to Tom Petty for that line).

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