Saturday, August 26, 2006

Liquid Explosive Terror Alert Exposed

People flying through UK airports these past weeks have been subject to the most outragous form of state sponsored intrusion into their private lives.

Mothers have been forced to drink their own breast milk, persons have been denied essential medicines, and you must now show all of the contents of your hand luggage, not only to the airport officials, but, thanks to the see throuh bag you have to use, anyone can see anything you are carrying.

So how feasible is this 'terror' plot?

The state sponsored mainstream media, such as the BBC, would have you believe that the 'terrorists' planned to use a liquid explosive, known as triacetone triperoxide (TATP) to blow up planes in mid flight.

This would entail the use of three chemicals. Hydrogen Peroxide (at the correct concentration, not easily done outside of a laboratory without blowing yourself up), acetone, and sulfuric acid.

You would also need some ice, a thermometer, a stirring rod, a bucket and a medicine dropper.

After somehow sneaking all of these ingredients into the toilet, the process of making TATP would then take several hours, during which more than enough fumes would be released to a) overcome the 'terrorist' and b) alert the rest of the aircraft.

Of course, having made the TATP, all the 'terrorist' needs to do is to let it dry for a few hours.

So, all in all, it would take about 6 hours, would fill the airplane with noxious fumes, and would more than likely result in a small explosion, which would only kill the 'terrorist'.

The question of why then the government is willing to have you believe that these intrusions into your personal lives are neccessary remains.

It could be because they believe the above scenario is remotely possible, or it could simply be another move towards the total Orwellian society.

The people are smart enough to know.


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