Saturday, December 15, 2007

Airline Panic Attack on Air Canada?

From You tube user - 2003tiburon

The video-grapher relay an account which he witnessed while flying from Toronto, Canada to London, England.

I don't know what happened here. But this happened on my Air Canada plane ride to London, England in December 6th, 2007 from Toronto.

At 3:15 sec he says "f'in white people". I personally believe that another passenger somehow provoked or encouraged this persons paranoid behaviour.

What is important is that everybody arrived safely.

I am no medical doctor so I have no idea what this man was going through, but I feel that he seemed more concerned for his own safety? I think he was scared. I think it's a very fascinating phenomenon.

My partner and I decided we should videotape this in the interest of sharing the experience we went through on this plane with those interested.




Is it just a nut or something more sinister, like a trial run to see how passengers will react to such an event?

11 comments:

Rudolf_the_Red said...
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Canadian Infidel said...

he says "f'in white people". Nuff said. Since 9/11 we just can't dismiss this type of behaviour on aircraft as just an isolated incident, because it's happening with more frequency then the MSM reports. Most of which are supposed "Dry runs" to test security. Maybe your fine with being blown out the air, I am not.

Kippinski02 said...

"Wow, just because he is middle eastern you assume he must be a terrorist?"
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No- terrorists come from all walks of life- but if I had a Musleum acting like that next to me on a plane- we would not be having any kind of conversation- because he would be in a sleeper hold....

It is sad that we are predjudice tward Musleum/Arabs, but 9-11 is even sadder :(

It would make me happy if we could put handcuffs on every Musleum/Arab decent that flies on a commercial plane...:)

It is ok if 1/5 (or probably more) of their population dreams of Strapping a bomb their ass and making sushi out of as many people as they can-

Yet, I cannot feel comfortable flying home for the Holidays.

I think that in certain circumstances "Predjudice" can be a good thing...

Canadian Infidel said...

"Wow, just because he is middle eastern you assume he must be a terrorist?"
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No- terrorists come from all walks of life- but if I had a Musleum acting like that next to me on a plane- we would not be having any kind of conversation- because he would be in a sleeper hold....


I don't know if he is a terrorist or not, BUT, we do know terrorists try testing airline security all the time, maybe he was, maybe he wasn't. Better safe then sorry.

As for "coming from all walk of life". True, but they do come from mainly one religion, ISLAM!

lol canadian infidel said...
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Anonymous said...

"I'd say 90%+ chance that he is not Muslim (GASP!!! AGAIN!!!)."

go ahead and gasp - but that is a 10% chance that I am not willing to take :)

also - if he wouldn't have been freaking out- there wouldn't have been an issue....

Anonymous said...

Now thats what I call ignorance and racism (comments above). 1/5 M.E. people wishing to blow themselves out? Try more 1/150.000 otherwise we would have MILLIONS of terrorists collapsing civilization.
We can always flip the coin and call occupation forces, preventive attacks, political/economical assassination and financing of dissident factions STATE terrorism... that would make a lot more white people around the world guilty of terrorism than a few hard headed muslim fanatics

Dumb SandNiiggeer said...

well - I dont care if he is or isnt a sandniiggger! i would have choked him out freaking out like that if he sat next to me!

tmorg2009 said...
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tmorg2009 said...

It's rather sad that you (the admin) remove insightful posts and leave all the racists comments intact.

tmorg2009 said...

RCMP's text book handling of a deportee's panic atttack. It's always nice to see good police work.