YouTube revelations led to more disclosures. Respected Middle East scholar, Daniel Pipes, witnessed beveiled folk — whether male or female, he couldn’t tell — swanning unchallenged through Canadian boarding controls.
A former U.S. Special Forces soldier reportedly saw arrogant face-veiled women “harangue” and threaten a screener with lawsuits for daring to ask to see their faces in a private room.
The screener caved, let them pass, and was humiliated with laughter from the victorious women who — in Arabic — disparaged “simpleton Canadians.”
“Simpleton Canadians?” Quite so. For this fiasco makes a farce and fraud of Canadian jurisdiction, no-fly lists, security regulations — and ministerial declarations.
Indeed, increasing numbers of Canadians, such as Muslim Canadian Congress founder Tarek Fatah, find the situation “disgraceful and alarming.”
Fatah is not far off when he says that no covered person has any business being within an airport’s perimeter, let alone getting a free pass onto a plane.
I maintain that the “family” in the video must have passed through earlier layers of security to get to the boarding gate.
However, the larger issue is that Muslims, if they’re so rich, need to build their own damn airlines and airports and use those. Everyone would be happy.
But of course, making us unhappy is their primary goal.