TSA: ‘Thousands of Aliens’ in U.S. Flight Schools Illegally

TSA: ‘Thousands of Aliens’ in U.S. Flight Schools Illegally
Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
February 27, 2008


ABC News reports:

Thousands of foreign student pilots have been able to enroll and obtain pilot licenses from U.S. flight schools, despite tough laws passed in the wake of the 9/ll attacks, according to internal government documents obtained by ABC News.

“Some of the very same conditions that allowed the 9-11 tragedy to happen in the first place are still very much in existence today,” wrote one regional security official to his boss at the TSA, the Transportation Security Administration.

But of course. Because foreigners in flight schools had nothing to do with September 11, 2001 — that is to say, foreign students not enrolled in military programs and vetted by the CIA had nothing to do with the attacks.

As we know, the supposed hijackers were alumni of American military schools, a fact reported by the New York Times. “The Defense Department said Mr. Atta had gone to the International Officers School at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama; Mr. al-Omari to the Aerospace Medical School at Brooks Air Force Base in Texas; and Mr. al-Ghamdi to the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio in Monterey, Calif.,” the newspaper reported on September 15, 2001.

These patsy and mentally deficient terrorists were handled by the CIA at the time they were supposedly learning how to fly at Huffmann Aviation in Venice, Florida. “A CIA front company called Air Caribe was also operating out of the very same hangar at Venice airport,” veteran UK intelligence officer Colonel John Hughes-Wilson wrote in his book, Military Intelligence Blunders and Coverups (Carroll & Graf, 2004, pp. 391). According to Hughes-Wilson, “this highly curious coincidence must inevitably raise some suspicions of just how much the CIA really did know before 9/11. Was the CIA trying to infiltrate and ‘double’ the US-based al-Qaeda cell, in the hope of using it against Osama bin Laden’s organization in the future?”

The CIA had little reason to infiltrate Osama bin Laden’s organization, named after a Mujahideen database, because it was created and owned by the CIA. Moreover, if the Transportation Security Administration needs to determine if any of the foreign students are a threat to aviation a la 9/11, all they have to do is a bit of research to see if the students are involved with military intelligence or any of a number of spook agencies. In fact, as ABC informs us, under post-9/11 laws, “American flight schools are only supposed to provide pilot training to foreign students who have been given a background check by the TSA and have a specific type of visa,” so a process is already in place.

Of course, this may prove problematic, especially considering the patsy Sheikh Omar Abdul-Rahman, now cooling his heels in prison as a convicted terrorist, received six visas between 1986 and 1990, all approved by CIA agents acting as consular officers at US embassies in Sudan and Egypt, a fact reported by the Boston Globe and the New York Times. Michael Springmann, head US consular official in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, confirmed that the CIA was handing out visas like buttered hotcakes at the time. In fact, the number of alleged terrorists and associates who received visas is quite remarkable and included Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden’s brother-in-law, pegged 9/11 hijackers Nawaf Alhazmi, Salem Alhazmi, and Khalid Almihdhar, and the ace stunt pilot Hani Hanjour. So important was big fish KSM, aka Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, that he didn’t even have to appear in person at any point during his visa application process, even though a month earlier the CIA supposedly passed a warning to all U.S. intelligence agencies, certain military commanders, and parts of the Justice and Treasury Departments warning that Mohammed was attempting to enter the country. Sure, and Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, too.

If you are clueless about these inconvenient facts, reported in the corporate media – that is, for those out there in need of news vetted by the corporate media — you may feel a bit at ease now that the “FAA and Homeland Security are now starting to crack down on a number of flight schools suspected of training students illegally.”

“What happened in 9/ll we don’t want to happen again or anything like that so something has to be done,” declares former FAA inspector Bill McNease in an interview with professional propagandist Charlie Gibson.

Great, so we put the Ministry of Homeland Security on the case. I feel so much better now.

Finally, if the neocons and their globalist buddies want another politically expedient attack on the “homeland” — maybe, for instance, to decimate the few shreds of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights that remain and put a few finishing touches on the police state — they certainly won’t let the FAA and TSA stand in the way.

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