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Air line security in Canada

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Submitted by leon Kushner (Canada), Aug 26, 2010 at 09:15

It's a wonder that our major cities haven't been blown up yet. We have one of the world's largest borders and where we meet the seas, one of the most difficult to secure. But apparantly that's not the real problem. If you are a terrorist (murderer or any other type of villain) and you want to enter Canada, all you have to do is fly directly into any major Canadian airport and put on a niqab. If you bring an aggressive male friend with you, he can be your spokesman so you won't even have to speak to security agents. Are we retarded or what? WOW!!!

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