Since it’s not bad enough that the TSA already has their hands down your pants, inside your shirts and are ogling images of your naked bodies, imagine what they must be thinking now that they’ve ‘discovered’ that Al-Qaeda has developed an ingenious liquid that turns ordinary clothing into bombs.
This story must surely be making the TSA and the Department of Homeland Security scratch their heads in wonderment, or delight, of how they’re going to stop this latest threat; clothing bombs. The fact that this liquid bomb is ‘undetectable under current security processes’ only makes their jobs more difficult, or more easy, if they already have the sickening solution. What might that be? How about forcing everyone to fly in the nude, or more likely, having a ‘change of clothing’ that everyone will have to change into after they are cleared through their TSA grope down before they enter their planes.
Think of that, everyone will be dressed in the same ‘uniform’, probably pink or zebra striped, or of course, their birthday suits. You got to read what ‘experts’ have to say to get a glimpse of what’s coming down the road.
An Al-Qaida affiliate has developed a new generation of liquid explosive that U.S. officials fear could be used in a future attack, ABC News reported Monday.
Two senior U.S. government sources who have been briefed on the terror threat that prompted the U.S. to close embassies across the Mideast and North Africa this week, told the network that clothes dipped in the liquid become explosive devices when dry.
One of the U.S. officials described the new generation explosive as “ingenious,” while another said it would be undetectable under current security processes.
The liquid explosive is believed to be the brainchild of the Yemen-based affiliate Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the officials told ABC News. This affiliate is home to Ibrahim al-Asiri, a master bombmaker, who was on the 25 “most wanted terrorist” list published by the Yemeni government.