Thursday, August 16, 2012

Jet Skier Breaks Through JFK Airport's $100 Million Security System

The way I see this is...
1. Where are the "auditors" of the billions in U.S. tax dollars that is being mismanaged by the U.S military and Homeland security?

2.  Why are investigators blaming Raytheon for the breach when this area was not under contract to be secured by Raytheon?

3.  Why were the resident's of NYC and travelers "fasely" lead to believe JFK airport is completely secured?

4.  Does this breach present yet another "business opportunity" for another security contractor to step up to the plate, only to continue to "pilfer" more money from innocent citizens?





2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Syneeda, I've been reading through all your blogs since you stood up this site late last year. I must say, I truly admire your outrageous courage to continue to stand-up and speak out about the obvious corruption of our US government. After reading the suspicious documents that someone posted on the internet relating to your "government file" it's blatantly obvious that you uncovered something and was punished, to the extreme for speaking out against the wrongdoings of man.

For months, you have presented a unique and special quality about your true personality and after reading every one of your 127 poems of your poetry book, "Essence of Black Beauty", I must say, yes you are just as alluring as your name.

In your blog, your poetry and your ability to standout for what is right, which is the protection of human rights, you truly represent each color of the spectrum of the rainbow.

Please don't ever change! Abused female veterans needs a role model and spokes person such as you, who's not afraid to speak out about the corruption of man!

Syneeda said...

Anon, Thank you for your comment and your support. I have friends and family who live in New York and I don't think American's can handle another aftermath of the 9/11 attack. But if you consider these same types of events is what lead to the 9/11 war in the first place, and we are still paying "billions" into homeland security.