Los Angeles, Alta California - June 16, 2008 - (ACN) Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signed an agreement during his trip to Israel that greatly endangers the security of all Angelenos and of travellers who utilize the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The agreement signed on Friday will allow right-wing Israeli Likud Party operatives complete access to all areas of the LAX under the pretext of making "expert" periodic reviews of anti-terrorist measures at the world's fifth busiest airport. The agreement also calls for city taxpayers to pay three Israelis $1000.00 each per day plus all travel, lodging and other expenses while making "security" inspections at the LAX....
Damn, LA, what's with this? Has all of that smog affected your memory? Erased words like 9/11 and Huntleigh?
Let's refresh that memory about Huntleigh, as posted by AZTLAN
The security at Boston's Logan Airport during the terror attack of 911 was under the control of Huntleigh USA which is a wholly owned subsidiary of an Israeli company called International Consultants on Targeted Security (ICTS) that is run by "former Israeli military commanding officers and veterans of government intelligence and security agencies"
There are today an increasing number of Americans who are convinced that 911 was an inside job carried out by USA Neocons in collaboration with the Israeli MOSSAD and the criminal Likud Party. Americans who do not believe the conclusions of the "US 9/11 Commission Report" include university professors, physicists, engineers, and many other professionals. There is now a large very credible body of evidence that proves that 911 was in fact an inside job. These intelligent and patriotic Americans are today demanding an independent re-investigation of the 911 terror attacks. They say that 911 was engineered in order to justify the war against Iraq and to benefit Zionists here and in Israel.
This is the type of "security" you're wanting to provide to Los Angeles? Gotta a death wish or something?
Mr. Mayor, why not do a little checking on these "security" experts before you hand over the keys to LAX, it looks like you've got the contacts.
Take one, a certain Nahum Liss, who is currently director of security planning, control and projects for the Israel Airport Authority at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport. Do a search of Nahum and you'll find he's a ghost in the machine, like if he had no life before taking the Ben Gurion job, which means this guy is probably mobbed up with either Israel's internal security service, the Shin Bet or their external intelligence organization/hot bed of assassins called the MOSSAD.
But there is one small reference to Nahum. Seems like Nahum was present at one of those "attacks" against Israeli's. Here's Nahum own words:
"I was sitting about 30 meters away when a terrorist
blew himself up, along with one of the women doing a security check," Liss recalled, his ordinarily booming voice growing quiet.
Uhh, Nahum, given Israel's propensity for setting off false-flags to make the murderer the victim, when that person blew up, you weren't holding any kind of device in your paws, were you?
Considering that LAX has already had several security studies done that pointed out what needed to be done at LAX, why is Los Angeles letting Israeli "security" ops roam at will thru LAX?
The second Rand Corporation reported notes Villaraigosa's failure to implement the recommendations made in the first report:
"In Stevens et al. (2004), we found that the key to a successful strategy of deterrence against an unpredictable enemy is to understand and reduce LAX's vulnerabilities and the potential consequences of an attack, making it a less attractive target. The airport is vulnerable in a number of ways but particularly to large truck bombs, luggage bombs, and curbside car bombs. Two steps, relatively easy and cost-effective to implement, could mitigate the risks from all three of these threats.
"1. Reduce the probability of the success of the bombers by adding permanent vehicle checkpoints at the entrances to LAX.
"2. Reduce potential consequences at LAX by reducing crowds on the sidewalks and inside terminals.
"One reason that reducing the crowds at the terminals is more cost effective than adding security film to the glass is that reducing the crowds mitigates the potential consequences from car bombs, luggage bombs, and suicide bombers, while applying film to the glass is only effective (if properly applied) against car bombs. We stand by our 2004 conclusions."
So, Mr. Mayor, just why are you letting MOSSAD ops roam freely about your airport?