REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage

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Slovakian Authorities placed explosives on 8 different unsuspecting passengers to test airport security. One of the passengers made it home with the explosives, and was ARRESTED for having them (later released).

The level of this BS is just getting sickening.

I've emailed this to newstips@infowars.com already.

Guess this is no longer a "conspiracy theory," huh mainstream media?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8441891.stm

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Explosive planted in airport test
Irish police have released a man held over an explosives find, after Slovak authorities admitted planting them in his luggage as part of a security test.

The explosives were among eight contraband items placed with passengers at Bratislava Airport last weekend, broadcaster RTE reported.

The 49-year-old man unwittingly brought the material into Dublin when he returned from his Christmas holidays.

He was arrested on Tuesday morning but has since been released without charge.

Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern said he was very concerned that Irish police had not been alerted for three days.

Airport security detected seven of the illicit items, but the eighth - 90g of research development explosive - managed to escape detection.

Slovak authorities were reportedly trying to test screening procedures for checked-in luggage by placing items with unwitting passengers.

Slovak police alerted their Irish counterparts on Tuesday morning, and the man's flat near the city centre was cordoned off while bomb disposal experts removed the explosives for further examination.

The Irish Army said passengers had not been put in danger because the explosives were stable and not connected to any essential bomb parts.

The Slovak minister for the interior has expressed his government's "profound regret" to Mr Ahern.

An Irish government spokesman said Mr Ahern had "ordered a full report into what has transpired".

Airport security has been stepped up in many countries following an alleged plot to bomb an airliner over the US city of Detroit on 25 December, though it was not clear if the Slovak test was linked to such efforts.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/europe/8441891.stm

Published: 2010/01/06 02:01:24 GMT

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2010, 07:50:33 AM »
surely this is a great find

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2010, 08:10:15 AM »
This should be stickied!!
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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #3 on: January 06, 2010, 08:25:44 AM »
IMO this is proof that all the so called threats from the last couple of weeks are just staged.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #4 on: January 06, 2010, 08:33:10 AM »
from the daily mail - Last updated at 9:39 AM on 06th January 2010


Slovakian passenger has explosives planted in his luggage and manages to fly to Dublin in bungled security test

A Slovakian man unwittingly carried hidden explosives on board a flight to Dublin after a botched security exercise, Irish officials revealed.
A furious Irish Government demanded that Slovakia explain its actions after the unsuspecting unsuspecting electrician was allowed to carry the explosives on the flight at Poprad-Tatry Airport on Saturday.
The diplomatic row erupted after Slovak airport police randomly planted powerful RDX in the 49-year-old's bag, but took three days to warn authorities he had unwittingly evaded scanning machines.


Real bomb components were hidden in the luggage of eight unwitting passengers. Eight were detected, but one bag containing around three ounces of RDX plastic explosive traveled undetected through security on to a Danube Wings aircraft.

The bewildered passenger did not find out about the explosives cache until Irish police, acting on a Slovak tip-off, raided his apartment yesterday morning.

A major Dublin crossroads was shut down and neighbouring buildings were evacuated as a precaution while Irish Army experts inspected the explosive.


I notice bbc state research development explosive but the mail says the correct name - RDX sounds slightly more scary doesn't it !


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1240967/Fury-Slovakian-explosives-planted-luggage-manages-fly-Dublin.html









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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2010, 08:34:43 AM »
Wow.. just wow..


False Flag imminent for 2010.

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should we always read between Obama's lines?
« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2010, 11:31:02 AM »
what did Lord Obama say about the underwear bomber,"It was a massive intelligence fuck up."

one wonders what (flight tragedy, embellishment of global tyranny) would have happened had their intelligence got it all right.

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fuckers.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #7 on: January 06, 2010, 11:45:03 AM »
Note how they've just legitimized the authorities planting ILLEGAL stuff and contraband in UNWITTING passenger's stuff.

If they can do that they can frame anyone in the airport at will.

If the contraband did manage to escape detection, the "authorities" could detonate the explosives remotely and false flag complete!

This is unbelievable bullsh*t.

We live in the frickin' twilight zone.

Alex is right. We need to start complaining and resisting this LOUDLY, and right now!

This is total tyranny.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2010, 11:46:53 AM »
Ok, it's official.  I refuse to fly anymore.  I don't care if that means not getting a job, or taking weeks to visit my family.  I just can't put up with this bullshit anymore, and I'm taking a stand.

Now these nazi f**kers are going to plant explosives in my bag, then claim it was a test??? you've got to be shitting me!  there is no way in hell I'm going to support that draconian bullshit!


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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2010, 12:58:04 PM »
There has to be a legal action against this incident. A lawyer should file charges such as personal defamation, undue stress and mental well being, attempted murder etc.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2010, 01:05:35 PM »
Planting explosives . . . WTF?

On a civilian even worse !

Surely if (IF) you wanted to do this you would just use a military person or something - but a unwitting person with no clue what was happening?

Sick F*ckers !

Someone who can sticky this !
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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #11 on: January 06, 2010, 01:11:06 PM »
IMO this is proof that all the so called threats from the last couple of weeks are just staged.
And that they are ready and willing to plant evidence on you for your own purposes, at YOUR inconvenience.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #12 on: January 06, 2010, 01:31:38 PM »
Just listened to Alan Watt podcast from last night, he covered it, well on the ball.  respect.

original RTE article -http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0105/dorset.html

Alan Watt mp3 - http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/CTTM2010/Alan_Watt_CTTM_LIVEonRBN_485_Secret_Services--Euphemism_Ensuring_Corporate_Feudalism_Jan052010.mp3

Explosive reached Ireland after failed test

Tuesday, 5 January 2010 23:04

A quantity of explosive, found in a flat on Dorset Street in Dublin this morning, was brought into Ireland following a failed security operation in Slovakia.

The explosive was one of eight pieces of contraband planted by the authorities in the luggage of unsuspecting passengers at Bratislava Airport in Slovakia last weekend as part of a test of security procedures.

Seven were detected by airport security, but the eighth - 90g of research development explosive or RDX - was put in the luggage of a Slovakian electrician who lives and works in Dublin.

The 49-year-old unwittingly brought the material to Dublin when he returned from Christmas holidays.

Gardaí were eventually alerted this morning following a call from police in Bratislava and the flat on Dorset Street was sealed off.

During the operation, the adjoining homes and businesses were evacuated as the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit removed the explosive for further analysis.

Both Gardiner Street and Lower Dorset street were closed off for about an hour.

The Slovakian man was arrested at the scene, but gardaí are now satisfied that he is innocent and he was released from custody this afternoon. He will not face charges.

The Department of Foreign Affairs said the Slovakian Minister for the Interior has conveyed his Government's profound regret for this incident to the Justice Minister Dermot Ahern.

Minister Ahern said he was very concerned about the fact that the gardaí were not alerted for three days and has asked for a full report.

Garda Commissioner Fachtna Murphy has appointed Detective Chief Superintendent Martin McLaughlin to establish the full background to this incident.

The Slovakian Minister has told Minister Ahern that his government will cooperate fully with the Garda investigation.



Didn't the German secret services or Americans do something similar in Berlin ? when Obama visited, like trying to smuggle real explosives into a rally      these minions are mental.


 

 

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2010, 03:27:10 PM »
Bumped for unbelievable tyranny factor!

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #14 on: January 06, 2010, 03:56:47 PM »
what did Lord Obama splurt about the underwear bomber,"It was a massive intelligence fuck up."

one wonders what (flight tragedy, embellishment of global tyranny) might have happened had their 'intelligence got it all right'.

fuckers.

I mean absolute fuckers.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2010, 06:34:17 PM »
Dang.... someone needs to get this story to Alex.
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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #16 on: January 06, 2010, 06:59:10 PM »
Truly, the lunatics are running the asylum.

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2010, 07:38:50 PM »
I can't believe this!!  I'm so angry  >:(
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False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #18 on: January 07, 2010, 08:41:44 AM »
Authorities put explosives in passenger baggage

Air passenger was unwittingly a part of a security drill and traveled with plastic explosives from Slovakia all the way home to his apartment in Dublin.

By Leif Poulsen
Wednesday 6th January 2010

The Slovak security authorities made the weekend a security drill before a general flight from Slovakia to Dublin, Ireland by placing bomb parts in nine unwitting passengers' baggage and let them pass through security checks, writes AP.

But the suitcase with 90 grams of plastic explosives slipped past the controls and flew with the Slovak flights to Dublin. There is no control of incoming baggage, so the unsuspecting travelers took to his apartment in the interior of Dublin with suitcase and explosives.

Only three days later approached the Slovak authorities to the Irish, who rushed to the man's apartment. The area was cordoned off and local residents were evacuated. The Irish authorities told the agency that you initially thought the man was a terrorist until the Slovak authorities came with more detailed information on their role in the matter.

There was no risk of explosive would explode even if it were subjected to shock or pressure.

The Slovak Interior Minister has apologized that it had neglected the explosive, and only responded three days later. The Irish safety authorities call it folly to place the bomb parts in ignorant passengers' baggage.

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http://www.rejseliv.dk/myndigheder-placerede-spraengstof-i-passagerers-bagage

Myndigheder lagde sprængstof i passagers bagage
Flypassager var uden at vide det en del af en sikkerheds-øvelse og rejste med plastisk sprængstof fra Slovakiet helt hjem til sin lejlighed i Dublin.
Af Leif Poulsen
Onsdag den 6. januar 2010
De slovakiske sikkerhedsmyndigheder lavede i weekenden en sikkerheds-øvelse før en almindelig flyvning fra Slovakiet til Dublin, Irland. Man placerede simpelthen bombe-dele i ni uvidende passagerers bagage og lod dem gå gennem sikkerhedskontrollen, skriver AP.
Se også: Verdens værste håndbagage
Men kufferten med 90 gram plastisk sprængstof smuttede forbi kontrollen og fløj med det slovakiske fly til Dublin. Her er ingen kontrol af ankommende bagage, så den rejsende tog intetanende til sin lejlighed i det indre af Dublin med kuffert og sprængstof.
Først tre dage senere henvendte de slovakiske myndigheder sig til de irske, som hastede til mandens lejlighed. Området blev afspærret og de omkringboende evakueret. De irske myndigheder siger til bureauet, at man i første omgang troede at manden var terrorist, indtil de slovakiske myndigheder kom med mere uddybende oplysninger om deres rolle i sagen.
Ingen risiko
Der var ingen risiko for at sprængstoffet ville eksplodere, selv hvis det blev udsat for slag eller tryk.
Den slovakiske indenrigsminister har undskyldt, at man havde overset sprængstoffet og først reageret tre dage senere. De irske sikkerhedsmyndigheder kalder det tåbeligt at placere bombedele i uvidende passagerers bagage.

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Re: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #19 on: January 07, 2010, 09:01:37 AM »
Thanks for the article and the translation!
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Re: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #20 on: January 07, 2010, 10:32:10 AM »
Dublin Airport 'faxed about explosives plant'
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8445799.stm

Dublin Airport authorities were told a man was due to arrive carrying explosives planted by Slovakian police, officials in Slovakia have claimed.

Stefan Gonda, 49, unwittingly brought plastic explosives placed on him to test security at Poprad-Tatry Airport.

Irish police arrested him on Tuesday, three days after his flight. He was later released without charge.

Dublin Airport has rejected claims it was told. It is believed a telex was sent to a baggage handling firm.

Slovak chief of border police Tibor Mako claimed a test sample of explosives had been attached to the straps of the man's backpack.

He said it was detected by a sniffer dog but a policeman forgot to remove the sample then failed to tell his supervisor that the explosives were on board the plane.

Ivana Herkelova, director of Poprad-Tatry airport in north-east Slovakia, said the plane was on the runway when the error emerged but the pilot decided it was safe to fly.

"I think that the Foreign Police units made a mistake here and the aircraft should have been prohibited from taking off," she told Slovak newspaper SME.

In a statement, the Dublin Airport Authority said it had no contact from the authorities in Slovakia until Tuesday.

Reports suggest the warning message was faxed from Slovakia to luggage handling agent Servisair.

When Irish police were informed on Tuesday morning, the man's flat near Dublin city centre was cordoned off while bomb experts examined the scene.

No complaint

Mr Gonda, a Slovakian electrician living in Dublin, was returning from his Christmas holidays.

His wife, Monika Gondova, told Slovak newspaper Pravda that he would not file a complaint against the police.

The explosives were among eight contraband items placed with passengers at Bratislava and Poprad-Tatry airports last weekend.

A spokesman for Irish Justice Minister Dermot Ahern said it "beggared belief" that the man had been allowed to board the flight, the Irish Independent reported.

He said the security operation was a "bit of a fiasco", but added that the minister had accepted an apology from Slovakia's deputy prime minister and interior minister Robert Kalinak.

Opposition politicians have called for Mr Kalinak to resign.

Slovak authorities were reportedly trying to test screening procedures for checked-in luggage by placing items with unwitting passengers.

The Irish Army said passengers had not been put in danger because the explosives were stable and not connected to any essential bomb parts such as a detonator or power supply.

Airport security has been stepped up in many countries following an alleged plot to bomb an airliner over the US city of Detroit on 25 December, though it was not clear if the Slovak test was linked to such efforts.
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Re: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #21 on: January 07, 2010, 01:39:23 PM »
Alex just covered this on air.
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Re: REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #22 on: November 30, 2011, 08:48:20 AM »
who are the real terrorists?

why isn't Lindsey Graham writing a bill to stop these terrorists and their terrorist 'drills' which kill Americans?
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Re: REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #23 on: November 30, 2011, 10:30:10 AM »
Testing 1 2 3 BOOOOOM!

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Re: REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #24 on: November 30, 2011, 10:47:41 AM »
"The Irish Army said passengers had not been put in danger because the explosives were stable and not connected to any essential bomb parts."

Uh-huh, and they couldn't possibly have some other compartmentalized drill personnel there with the other parts necessary to make it a complete bomb could they?

Wtf, these people are completely exposed so hardcore it makes no sense how they are still in power.

Edit:

This article is so open about this, that it's probably the type of info that John O'Neill was murdered over--now being seen in MSM articles.

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« Reply #25 on: December 12, 2011, 11:53:12 AM »
i was think about this recently and looking for this

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Re: BBC News - Explosives planted on man to test airport security
« Reply #26 on: December 12, 2011, 01:19:04 PM »
And that they are ready and willing to plant evidence on you for your own purposes, at YOUR inconvenience.
Hi Ekim, good catch, they can get ya hook line and sinker.
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Re: REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #27 on: December 12, 2011, 01:56:38 PM »
I wonder if the person 'arrested' was OK with that?

Have we really become that dumbed down?
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« Reply #28 on: December 12, 2011, 02:09:21 PM »
I guess we are wasting a lot of money on scanners, pat downs, mean stares, and crude remarks.
I would rather have the thrill of being on a plane with a terrorist and experiencing the adventure of fighting or going down than be thrown into a jail cell at the mercy of pig thug police yes-men and know the sickening feeling of despair and rage... just because someone planted something on a backpack??

You can see what they are doing to us.
Torture via deprivation of experience is just as effective as pain.
It prevents development of reason.
Pain teaches something at least.

I think the 1st Reich would have imploded because the German people were too individualistic and strong.
Hitler's shit was artificial.
Shouldn't have worked so well -- witchy stuff.

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We must respond to our environment and become stronger.

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Re: REDUX: False Flag Drill: Authorities put explosives in passengers' baggage
« Reply #29 on: December 13, 2011, 06:24:41 PM »
HERP A DERR LETS FLY
BUT WE BETTER LET THEM SCAN US
POLICE MIGHT HAVE PLANTED BOMBS ON US