Now Boarding – or not?

I thought I’d heard it all, but no. They have thought of new restrictions to impose on us, whether they can possibly be justified or not.

Just look at this excerpt from the article “Planning a Trip to Canada or the Caribbean? US Immigration May Have Other Ideas…” –

“One million British travellers planning to fly to Canada, the Caribbean and Mexico this year face the risk of being turned away at the airport – at the insistence of the US Department of Homeland Security.

New rules require British Airways and other airlines flying to certain airports outside America to submit passengers’ personal data to US authorities. The information is checked against a “No Fly” list containing tens of thousands of names. Even if the flight plan steers well clear of US territory, travellers whom the Americans regard as suspicious will be denied boarding.”

And just to ensure that you are inconvenienced to the maximum:-

“Any passenger who refuses to comply will be denied boarding. Those who do supply details may find their trip could be abruptly cancelled by the Department of Homeland Security, which says it will “make boarding pass determinations up until the time a flight leaves the gate … If a passenger successfully obtains a boarding pass, his/her name is not on the No Fly list.” In other words, travellers cannot find out whether they will be accepted on board until they reach the airport.”

The original article can be seen at

A quick run through the comments below it will give you an idea of the vitriolic reaction with which this news item has been greeted.

However, I did not find it first from this site at all but from here;-
and this page has its own set of vitriolic comments below, one of which I am going to quote, as I think it is particularly relevant.

· 2 days ago
what’s the problem here? under agenda 21 and the un charter, after the rest of the us constitution has been pissed on by the us govt, travel is by permission only. that has been broad-public-issue for years now.

where has everyone been while agenda 21 was being implemented? i would say – right here watching it happen. the same will happen with car travel. only by permission. unless you are part of the ruling class.

the un charter is communitarianism – their own word, not mine. you have all had plenty of opportunity to determine this for yourselves. i broached the subject countless times and met with nothing but ridicule.

the transfer is almost complete. you have nothing to complain about. you chose not to see.

you watched it happen. we have about five minutes left to act. shut down the fucking government. shut it down before it can move another inch. stop going to work, take your kids out of school, stop shopping except for food, stop fucking flying(!), stop driving, stop paying taxes…….or accept enslavement. or death. we are at the wire. we must make a clear decision. we must act this very minute. in the next, we will have absolutely nothing left to lose. which is when action is generally feebly attempted. we are on the verge of being ‘too late’.”

I make no apology for repeating the language verbatim, even though I would not use it myself!

I would say we are well past the “Eleventh Hour” folks!


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