Kurt Haskell witnessed a well dressed man help the underwear bomber to board Flight 253 without a passport.
Video Kurt created discussing the Underwear Bomber with Michael Chertoff.
How did we get to the point of full body scans at airports, the massive personal intrusion that represents, and the tens of millions spent for machines that irradiate us as a consequence of merely flying from here to there?
The proximate cause is the attempted bombing of a December 25, 2009 Northwest airlines flight. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, an engineering student, attempted to mix, then detonate a bomb as Northwest Flight 253 from Amsterdam made its descent to Detroit's Metropolitan Airport. Mr. Abdulmutallab somehow got on the flight with the chemicals undetected, hidden in his underwear. (Image)
9/11 and Cyberterrorism:
Did the real "cyber 9/11" happen on 9/11?
The Corbett Report
17 July, 2009
Government sources immediately began blaming North Korea for the recent cyberterror attacks on South Korea and the U.S., despite having no evidence to back up those claims. Now, an examination of the evidence by independent computer experts show that the attack seems to have been coordinated from the UK. The hysterical media coverage in the attack's wake, however, echoing the government line that it was likely the work of North Korea, served to cement in the minds of many that this was an act of cyberwarfare.
Anyone know anything about Black Helicopter exercises that are supposedly being held in a number of US cities? We have had 2 nights of this shit here in Portland and the city is saying it is all DoD, and sorry we didn't warn the residents of this terrorism of a city. Someone has just raised the idea that it might be some mercenary company doing the practice runs, with AK-47's, apparently unloaded?!
Thanks for any constructive recommendations!
SAN FRANCISCO—Five years after formation of the Homeland Security Department, cybersecurity is becoming a major focus of the department, Secretary Michael Chertoff said Tuesday at the RSA Security conference.
The department has never completely ignored the area, he said in his remarks during the opening sessions of one of the nation’s largest gathering of security professionals. He cited the National Cyber Security Division and US-CERT, the nation’s primary early warning system for cyberthreats. CERT is good, but not sufficient, he said.
“The time has come to take a quantum leap forward” from CERT’s reactive capabilities, he said.
That leap, Chertoff said, is embodied in the president’s joint national security and homeland security directive creating a National Cyber Security Initiative.
“It is almost like a Manhattan Project to defend cyber networks,” he said, referring to the World War II crash project to develop an atomic weapon.
the makers of 9/11 and the War on Terror proudly present.... Big Brother!
U.S. security chief says fingerprints not private, can be shared by governments
April 9th, 2008
By The Canadian Press
OTTAWA - The American homeland security czar says Canadians shouldn't fear plans for international sharing of biometric information like fingerprints.
Michael Chertoff says fingerprints are like footprints - "They're not particularly private."
The prospect of governments swapping the fingerprints of law-abiding citizens worries privacy advocates.
But Chertoff says officials need to make sure terrorists or criminals can't evade security by exploiting differences in Canadian and American practices.
Chertoff was in Ottawa today for a meeting with Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day on border security issues.
As of June 2009, only a passport or other acceptably secure document will be accepted at the U.S. border.
Chertoff says he's confident the countries can put in place a system of secure driver's licences before the deadline.
30/3/08 The American Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, was on an official visit to Israel from the 27th to the 29th of March, as the guest of the Ministry of Public Security, Avi Dicter. Secretary Chertoff was accompanied by his wife and senior officials of his office.
The aim of the visit was to promote the operational and technological cooperation of the State of Israel and the American Department of Homeland Security in the area of homeland security.
During his visit, Secretary Chertoff met with the Head of the Intelligence Branch in the Israel Defense Force regarding the regional situation and the coordination between the various intelligence agencies, with the Deputy Minister of Defense with whom he discussed issues of crises management during states of emergency in the home front, and with the head if the Israel Security Agency (Shabak).
The meetings were also attended by the Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Public Security, Rani Falk.
Someone I know attended a talk which Homeland Security Head Michael Chertoff gave today at USC on port and supply-chain security and public infrastructure protection.
My contact reported to me today by email that Chertoff spoke about more "gut feelings" that he (Chertoff) has about a simultaneous Los Angeles / San Francisco dirty bomb attack that "our enemy is surely planning".
I've had a hunch for a long time that the next false flag will be on the West Coast, so that it seems that the whole country is under attack, and not just the East Coast.
MSNBC just now reported that Homeland Security's Michael Chertoff announced today that he has a "gut feeling" that Al Qaeda will attack the U.S. this summer.
Can we please get an early release of Loose Change Final Cut?
It looks like the fascists are preparing us for another false flag attack, and we need people to be educated about this so they see through it!
Michael Chertoff, the head of the Department of Homeland Security, admitted in a Washington Post article that 9/11 truth has gone mainstream. Chertoff tries to write off 9/11 truth and the secret history of false flag operations as "historical revisionism", which is the polite way of saying a false conspiracy theory.
However, when Mr. Chertoff was a top justice department terrorism prosecutor, he said something very different: