Friday, July 10, 2020

Forever...

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I will let you know about something.

Actually, you may have heard about it, before.  Hopefully, you  did... because even though I received e-mail, I found that some of the links that were in the e-mail messages... were no longer available to see or use... due to trouble with our Canadian government... as can also be read online.

However, I will share with you an article that was supplied.

Here is a link to the article by rebelnews.com that is entitled, One month of Ottawa Airport security failures: Multiple breaches and an entire unscreened flighthttps://www.rebelnews.com/ottawa-airport-security-failure-multiple-breaches-include-screwdriver-bullet-entire-flight-unscreened?utm_campaign=sgr_omar_khadr_flight&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel.

Hopefully, you clicked on that link, and read that article.  In case you didn't, I will share what was stated (I copied/pasted):

A four-year-long access to information investigation into just one month of security screening incidents at the Ottawa Airport has uncovered multiple breaches, including an entire flight to Boston that was not properly screened.
The Transport Canada documents first requested by Rebel News in July 2016, and just returned in February 2020, detail multiple serious security failures at the Ottawa International Airport during January 2016.
On January 17th, 2016, a security breach occurred when a passenger was able to gain access to the “sterile area” — past the security checkpoint — with a 7 cm long screwdriver. An airline representative returned to the checkpoint with the screwdriver and advised the screening point manager that a passenger had given her this prior to boarding an Air Canada for Halifax.
Another incident describes the failure of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) to properly screen an entire Boston bound flight:
“"received a call from sitcen at approximately 1500 hours advising of a security incident at the Ottawa International airport. CATSA advised sitcen the first flight of the day search was missed by CATSA. When CATSA arrived at the gate 90 minutes prior to departure, CATSA was advised that the flight had departed earlier in the day (time unknown) CATSA was not advised by the air carrier of the revised departure time and the required search of the aircraft was not conducted. The flight landed in Boston and the TSA was advised.”
On January 26th, 2016 three consecutive positive explosive tests were done on a passenger's laptop, suitcase and purse after the passenger had been randomly selected for further screening. The passenger was allowed to keep her items with her on an Air Canada flight to Calgary after officials guessed that cleaning products used in the items may produce a false positive.
Then there were the nunchucks. New year's Day 2016, WestJet officials reported to Transport Canada that a passenger had cleared security with nunchucks and tried to take them on the plane. Other incidents detail vehicles that failed to stop when flagged for additional screening at the airport.
Rebel Commander, Ezra Levant, confronted convicted war criminal Omar Khadr in the Halifax airport after Ezra realized he had just been on an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Halifax from Toronto with one of al-Qaeda’s finest.
I guess it's really no surprise how a confessed terrorist was able to get onto a Canadian flight.
On January 26th 2016, three consecutive positive explosive tests were done on a passenger's laptop suitcase and purse after the passenger had been randomly selected for further
screening. The passenger was allowed to keep their items with them on an Air Canada flight to Calgary saying that cleaning products probably produced a false positive.
On Jan 14, 2016 the least shocking security breach here is when a passenger was found with one bullet on him at screening. Who among us hasn’t accidentally left at .22 casing in their pocket? At least they caught it at security unlike the nunchucks in the screwdriver.
This is just 1 month in 2016 of security breaches at 1 Canadian airport.
Screeners missed nunchucks and a screwdriver, let a plane fly to Boston completely unscreened and had vehicles just drive away that were selected for screening.
Oh and the one woman who tested positive for explosives on her 3 times had her laptop returned to her because she assured them she had just been using cleaning supplies, no big deal.
I think Transport Canada has a lot of explaining to do.

FEB 19 ATIP 1 by The Rebel on Scribd

Wow!

Even though that situation began in 2016... this article was published on February 19, 2020... just as you may have read.

The portion of this article that I felt was important, I will share with you again (I copied/pasted):

Rebel Commander, Ezra Levant, confronted convicted war criminal Omar Khadr in the Halifax airport after Ezra realized he had just been on an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Halifax from Toronto with one of al-Qaeda’s finest.
I guess it's really no surprise how a confessed terrorist was able to get onto a Canadian flight.
Why was that important to me?

That man... Omar Khadr... who had been confirmed in Canada... in the past... of being a Muslim terrorist... as you may have read previously... was treated well by security guards.

Yet, Rebel Commander of RebelNews, Ezra Levant and some other RebelNews workers... were not always treated well... as was read online... in the past.

Thinking about that, made me think about 1 John 2:9, "He that saith he is in the light, and hateth his brother, is in darkness even until now.".

Amen! He that saith he is in the light, and hateth his brother, is in darkness even until now. 

It seems to me that the security guards did feel they were in the light... yet hated anyone concerned... as we read in that article.

Please realize that anyone in the darkness may not be treated well by God in the future.

When anyone in darkness... who's life ends here on earth... who has NOT YET gained salvation and everlasting life... by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ... will spend eternity in Hell... separated from God... with NO chance of escape... forever.

Please... join me in prayer... that everyone will gain salvation and everlasting life... for if they do... they will be loved by God... forever.

Thank You, Lord!


Until next time...

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