Submitted by: Veronica Coffin
Passengers were literally terrified on an EasyJet flight to Venice on 9/11. A Muslim immigrant was being deported to Venice and went on a Jihad rant on the plane, screaming “Alluha Akbar” 29 times, “death is coming” 17 times and “we will die” on nine occasions in a two-hour frenzy. He was restrained by security officials and handcuffed. Budget airlines are now being use to deport Islamic immigrants.
The Daily Mail got a hold of an 11-minute audio from a passenger on that flight who was sitting very close to what was happening. The unidentified man kept up the ‘crude and threatening’ tirade for nearly the entire 2-hour flight. Children were crying and passengers feared a terrorist attack. What made it even worse is the EasyJet cabin crew ordered passengers to delete videos and pictures of the man they had taken on their cellphones. Why would they do that? Airline PR?
From the Daily Mail:
Holidaymakers were forced to endure a terrifying two-hour flight alongside a migrant who repeatedly screamed ‘Allahu Akbar’ and ‘death is coming’ – as it emerged the Home Office is using budget airlines to deport illegal immigrants.
Children were reduced to tears and travelers feared a terror attack until it became clear that the handcuffed man was being guarded by Home Office officials.
But there was no official explanation from the captain or crew as he kicked, thrashed about and threatened passengers and crew in an expletive-strewn tirade.
A security official knelt facing the man and had an arm on his shoulders for most of the flight as well. This guy is a failed asylum seeker who spent a year in a UK detention center. He was being deported to Italy under the Dublin Regulation, which dictates that people must claim asylum in the first safe country they reach. This is the first time this has happened according to these officials, but if they are censoring everyone, how do you know that is the truth?
A honeymoon couple on the flight revealed how they feared for their lives. Lucy and Terence O’Sullivan were sitting only five rows in front of the man, who was positioned at the back of the plane, with officials on either side of him. Mrs. O’Sullivan said: “It was really scary. I felt threatened. I was tearful. The worst-case scenario was that we weren’t going to get off that plane alive because we didn’t know who the person was, what the circumstances were or anything. There was nothing explained to us. It was very daunting. When we got on board, the seats were moving so he was obviously kicking or thrashing out. I thought someone was having a fit. But when we got up close we could see people were restraining him.” This couple feared they were victims of a terror attack.
The migrant, believed to be of African origin, shouted and screamed constantly for the first half an hour of the flight and then sporadically thereafter. Passengers were not allowed to use the lavatory towards the rear of the plane where the deportee was seated in the back row. Italian police boarded the flight when it landed in Venice before anyone was allowed off and took the migrant away.
So, now people are just supposed to take crap like this from their governments, no matter the risk to themselves and their families. Heck of a way to observe 9/11.