June 20, 2007, - 2:32 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
There’s something I don’t understand about the new virtual fences being erected to go around the New York area’s four airports. If their virtual fences are so secure, why isn’t the virtual fence on the Southern border as effective? And is there really a virtual fence throughout the Southern border? If not, why? And why isn’t there one on the Northern border?
More on what’s being done at New York airports, inspired by “evil Zionists” in Tel Aviv:
4 main airports getting virtual fences
After the thwarted terror plot at John F. Kennedy International earlier this month, officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey revealed details about an ongoing project to erect virtual fences around its four main airports: JFK, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty and Teterboro.
Designed by Raytheon and modeled after a fence around the Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, it’ll be equipped with sensors, video motion detectors, thermal imagers and closed-circuit television. It will transmit information to a central Port Authority police station and a command post at each airport. The project, begun in 2006, will cost $138 million and be completed next year.
Another question: If there actually is a virtual border completely erected along the ENTIRE Southern border, it’s not working. So how will throwing more money at it–under the Immigration Amnesty Bill–change that?
If it’s not working now. It certainly won’t be working later, with the addition 20-30 million new citizens instantly thrown upon us.
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