Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Andrei There's good touching and there's bad touching

And this is definitely bad touching.

The context the boy is about to board an aircraft and the authorities have to make sure he isn't a terrorist on a suicide mission so they are doing a body search.

A few days ago under the headline "the terrorists have won" Drudge carried this photo. A Nun being searched by a hijab wearing TSA employee.

Says it all doesn't it - we have a lot to fear from four year old American boys and nuns every time we get on an airplane.

Yeah right!

Related video: 3 Year-Old Girl Accosted By TSA

10 comment(s):

Canterbury Atheists said...

Theists follow and are inspired by the writings and offspring of the same maniacal god (a.k.a Yahweh, Allah etc etc) Terrorists are primarily motivated by their religious beliefs. If we didn’t live in such a PC world we atheists could organise our own airlines to protect ourselves and our love-ones from religious nutters and the only security we would need is to recite a pre-flight statement “God and his son are bastards”. As the chief inspirers of this religious doctrine of hatred I’m firmly for the rule all nuns, priests, imams, mullahs, bishops, rabbi etc being publicly strip-searched at airports and have compulsory body-orifice searches. It’s a shame we live in a world which allows doctrines of hatred to ruin the freedom of others. It’s the price society has to pay allowing religion to flourish and being so politically correct we can’t have a black-list of those who pose a danger. Religious leaders being at the top.

Have a great day.


FYI: A religious terrorist once placed a bomb in his baby’s carry-on luggage. He wasn’t on the flight but his wife and baby daughter were. Airline security were tipped-off by Israeli security and the bomb was found pre-flight. That’s why the

Anonymous said...

Spot the hysterical religious fanatic.

ZenTiger said...

It’s a shame we live in a world which allows doctrines of hatred to ruin the freedom of others.

Freedom to strip search and humiliate innocent people you don't like Paul?

The Islamic fundamentalist says "all of the west is corrupt, so they must be warred against.

The atheist fundamentalist says "all of religion is corrupt so they must be warred against."

Both care not about collateral damage.

Murray's comment is spot on.

Muerk said...

"I’m firmly for the rule all nuns, priests, imams, mullahs, bishops, rabbi etc being publicly strip-searched at airports and have compulsory body-orifice searches."

How about we all just read that again to remind ourselves of the cool rational mind of the atheist. The "rational" atheist who is suggesting we publically strip nuns naked and have fingers placed in their anus and vagina because HE DOESN'T LIKE THEIR BELIEFS.

That is just so sick.

Canterbury Atheists said...

The irony has escaped you lot – gone straight over your heads. Here is we have a bunch of you theists complaining that as a result of the excess’s of fellow theists your rights are being trampled upon!

Or are you guys now non-believers like me who have a right to complain at Airport Security? The true innocents.

I really do think an atheist only airline would be the safest way to fly and save a lot of arguments and delays at airports. You guys can share a plane-seat next to a guy who believes in the same god as you and is called Mohamed. I really think you Catholics have 'a thing' for bottoms and reproductive organs there Muerk but to answer your question I think Security Staff would have to get paid extra to deal with Nuns (plus use two sets of gloves one imagines)

As you know being people of faith Catholic priests have in-fact hijacked planes in the past. Google: Lawrence Downey.

See ya round.


Andrei said...

What have you been smoking Paul?

If you think that an odd incident 30 years ago involving an ex trappist monk, in which no one was hurt let alone killed, justifies Government employees sexually assaulting preschool children you are clearly mentally deficient.

ZenTiger said...

Paul, are you sure the problem isn't "men", or "arabs" or "left handed people" or "people that don't wear proper trousers" or perhaps "any living human being"?

Broaden your bigotry, you have the potential.

Canterbury Atheists said...

Remind me Zen isn’t it you guys who are all indignant about a Catholic nun being patted down by a Muslim security guard at some U.S Airport? Is that a photo I spotted? Yet by me pointing this out – I’m the one who’s a bigot? Of course you can back up your insinuation that left-handed, Arab atheists are hijacking planes in the name of their “lack of beliefs.” I await your list.

The world is indeed going mad. Guess what is behind all these acts of madness? Your God and the imaginary after-life full of virgins and hell.

You don’t like hearing the truth and then belly-ache about political correctness in the nezt breath.

Here it is in simple terms:



This is my last post here.

Remember this saying.

Have a great life

Pssst… only get one.


Ciaron said...

This is my last post here.

Doubt it.

I.M Fletcher said...

It's interesting also that in America CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) which is linked to Hamas has issued a travel notice to Muslims saying that Muslim women should only be allowed to be patted down around the head and neck area.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has issued a travel notice to Muslim airline passengers, warning them that new regulations from the Transportation Security Administration violate certain religious rules.
According to CAIR, the TSA's new "enhanced pat down" policy should be limited to searching only around Muslim women's head and neck if they are wearing a hijab and that Muslims objecting to the enhanced full-body scans have the right to request the pat-down procedure be done in a private place.

From CAIR's press release:

Special recommendations for Muslim women who wear hijab:

* If you are selected for secondary screening after you go through the metal detector and it does not go off, and "sss" is not written on your boarding pass, ask the TSA officer if the reason you are being selected is because of your head scarf.
* In this situation, you may be asked to submit to a pat-down or to go through a full body scanner. If you are selected for the scanner, you may ask to go through a pat-down instead.
* Before you are patted down, you should remind the TSA officer that they are only supposed to pat down the area in question, in this scenario, your head and neck. They SHOULD NOT subject you to a full-body or partial-body pat-down.
* You may ask to be taken to a private room for the pat-down procedure.
* Instead of the pat-down, you can always request to pat down your own scarf, including head and neck area, and have the officers perform a chemical swipe of your hands.

In other words, the very people that all these regulations are in place for, should not be subjected to them...


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