Thursday, December 31, 2009

Airtravel now obsolete?

Fractal Flower - art by Anne VisAccording to our minister of Interior Affairs, the US has blackmailed the Netherlands to impose full body searches (including fumbling with the genitals) or else there would be no plane able to land on US soil.
I find it highly suspicious that this is the umpteenth time that US intelligence ignores information (11 countries warned about 9/11), it gives the impression that this is a strategy. I guess the Rumsfelds of this world are building this body scan machine? (just like Rumsfeld is behind Tamiflu?)
The next thing we are going to see is that people can also hide weapons inside their body, like the people smuggling cocaine have shown.
Fumbling with somebody's genitals against their will is a crime. Is the next thing that rape is going to be legalized on a large scale at airports? It is already the case for flights from Suriname, so don't hold your breath.
Also: what are they going to do with a woman who has her period and uses sanitary bandages? And what about children? Are they going to be traumatized for life? (I already see the pedophiles lining up for a job at security)
How far are we going in order to have so called "security"? And why is there no questioning about the reasons for these attacks? Do our governments really think they can get away with destroying Iraq and other countries without consequences?
Just last week in one evening in Amsterdam there were over a hundred car accidents. In comparison flying is so safe.
However, with the measures that are taken now, one will think twice about taking a plane, especially across the pond.
It's very disappointing that Obama turns out to be the Bush administration, term 3.

A couple of years ago I had a time travel experience (IN body!). I was driving with a friend in the Netherlands, when we suddenly found ourselves far in Germany, close to Oberhausen. This happened spontaneously. I think the time has come we learn how to master this skill, traveling deliberately to the destination we want and also be able to travel back when and if we want. As far as I know yogis who have practiced for years master these skills, but maybe with the changes in frequencies there will be new ways to learn how to do this. At least we have a great incentive now! Let me know if you know of somebody who can teach this! :-)

1 comment:

Stoneweaver said...

Is that true - you found yourselves in another country!? Were you shocked? Please tell us more about this - very intriguing. I do agree with you about the whole 'security' rubbish. You know, it is so bad in the US that I don't think I will ever visit that country again - too much hassle!

Your spiral picture is lovely.