Did you read the fucking article? I don’t think you did.
I posted it. So chances are, I did.
No one was scared. The lady was being an asshole. The employees did something about it.
What exactly makes the lady an asshole? Did you even read the article or are you just reflexively assuming she was in the wrong.
Your friends are murderers. By default, your support of them makes you guilty as well.
Those you call my friends would probably chop my head off at the first occasion. And I didn’t support anyone. I called them the way they should be called: Terrorists. That term encompasses “criminal”, “murderer” and every other bad thing under the sun.
What makes you think that a person opposed to air paranoia and totalitarianism would be guilty of supporting terrorists remains a mystery.
I do not want to destroy the region out of fear, but to exterminate the blood thirsty roaches that you have become to the planet.
That didn’t make much sense, now did it? What’s “the region”? And what do you mean by “you”? Did I in any way suggest that I’m blood thirsty?
Show me where the fear is.
The elephant that stampedes a village because of a mouse is certainly not acting out of courage.
Anyway, the tribulations of this Australian woman is just the latest case of a series of events which illustrate the ambient fear around air travel. I don’t like blown up planes anymore than you do, but the price paid for a semblance of safety is evidently disproportionate.
I think arresting people because of the literature they’re carrying or the T-shirt they’re wearing are symptoms of a society that’s wetting it’s pants out of fear.[/quote]
Actually Lixy (and I’ve actually had to remind you of this before), thanks to the islamists you are always apologizing for, those of us who have to fly, now need to remove our shoes, and go through a great deal more security.
It’s not pants wetting out of fear, it’s survival instinct. Those with functioning central nervous systems, understand that a certain segment of the muslim world views air travel as an opportunity for terror, and will exploit that any chance they get.
I know it’s hard for you to relate, since you don’t have the means to travel, and Sweden does not (yet?) subsidize this for you.