Report: Security Forces Put On Alert As Trump Set To Ban Laptops On Planes Originating From Europe

By Mac Slavo

In late March U.S. intelligence sources announced that terrorist organizations have found a novel and deadly way to smuggle explosives onto airplanes utilizing everyday laptops. Though officials declined to provide additional details, some believe that the intelligence highlighting the new threat was the result of President Trump’s raid on an Al Queda compound in Yemen that left at least 14 Al Queda fighters. Navy SEAL Ryan Owens was also killed in the raid. The President called it a “winning mission,” and officials said the mission’s stated purpose, to gather information, had been accomplished.

If the information they deemed from the raid as revealed by U.S. intelligence sources to CNN is accurate, then traveling on airlines is about to get a lot more difficult for most modern-day passengers, who often carry electronic devices like phones, tablets and laptops when on the go.

Such devices have already been banned on all flights originating from Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Tunisia and now British Intelligence sources have said they are bracing for more widespread implementation that could ban the devices on every flight leaving Europe for the United States, including those originating from major airline hubs in London.

ban-devicesSource: The Sun UK

Passengers flying from Britain to the US face a ban on carrying laptops in aircraft cabins, The Times has learnt.

Under the restrictions, devices larger than a mobile phone — including laptops, tablets and e-readers — must be checked in and stored in the hold. The ban has worried passengers that the gadgets may be damaged. It can also be difficult to obtain insurance for items in the hold. British security chiefs have been put on alert that the US is planning to impose its laptop ban on incoming flights from some parts of Europe…

Full report: The Times

A CNN report from March explains how the new ban from Middle East countries and Africa works. Similar restrictions are likely to be placed on passengers in Europe:

Though the official story is certainly plausible, as terrorist organizations are always innovating and creating new ways to kill as many people as possible, Middle East Airlines immediately mocked the ban:

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A short video from Bloomberg even suggests that Trump’s decision was based on protectionist policies designed to inflict financial pain on airlines operating out of the Middle East:

According to The Sun, the new ban may be in place in as little as three weeks and would likely affect all travelers to the United States, including American citizens vacationing in Europe.

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4 Comments on "Report: Security Forces Put On Alert As Trump Set To Ban Laptops On Planes Originating From Europe"

  1. This is dumber than dirt! If I were to plant a bomb on a plane, I would certainly have it in my laptop. It’s a BUILT-IN timer. A quarter pound of C4 spread under the motherboard and detonated by a preset timer program will take down a plane, regardless of where it’s stored. The skin by the cargo hold is not armor. Blow a hole in there and everything comes down.

  2. Well, if a globalist airline and Bloomberg suspect Trump of petty protectionism, there must be something to it.

    Truly, a diabolical plot.

  3. Since 9/11 fraud the ‘safety rules’ are becoming exponentially more ‘safe’ for those who imposed the rules, to begin with… Who was it once again?? Something like HS…??? Passengers of all flights, not having ANY electronic devices are pretty much ‘left without any access to a proof’ of who might have done what to the airplane which they are sitting in…

  4. This has nothing to do with security, it is all about government control.

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